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3/2/2017MEXICOJose de Jesus Mendozacrcjr.contacto@gmail.com
 
1/7/2017MEXICOLUIS ALBERTO ORTIZdireccion@ersolutions.org
 
10/22/2016MEXICOFrank Bentley
 
12/1/2015MEXICOSaul Carvajaltuem2011@hotmail.com
 
8/1/2015MEXICOJorge Rembisrembis@hotmail.com
 
7/1/2015MEXICOJorge Rembisrembis@hotmail.com
 
2/1/2015MEXICOPatty Kellypttyklly@gmail.com
Course went very well.  Of course, translators help a great deal as well although I had two Spanish speakers on my team, one of them fluent.Time did not allow OSCE A but it was explained as having to recognize and respond to primary apnea.
 
2/1/2015MEXICOVILCHIS CLAUDIAclaudia_vilchis@hotmail.com
 
1/1/2015MEXICOPatricia Kellypttyklly@gmail.com
These were two separate trainings in Chiapas.  Many who registered as nurses are midwives.  For sake of the form here, the number 0 was used.
 
11/1/2014MEXICOalberto ortizcursos-ersolutions@hotmail.com
education on neonatal resuscitation is not yet well disseminated among emergency health teams so this course is really interesting and useful
 
10/1/2014MEXICOFrank Bentleyjerickson@ldschurch.org
 
10/1/2014MEXICOJames Thomasjerickson@ldschurch.org
 
10/1/2013MEXICORay Doucettejerickson@ldschurch.org
 
9/1/2013MEXICOPATTY KELLYpttyklly@gmail.com
Very successful training, very engaged participants.  Participants are MD's and RN's, RN/Midwives, including pediatric and obstetric residents who will take the training to members of the rural communities.  Lesson is to be sure each table (we had 5 tables per training,x2 trainings) made a plan for their communities and had to present a detailed plan to the group. 
 
1/1/2013MEXICOPatty Kellypttyklly@gmail.com
Once people have been taught NPR, it can be difficult to transfer them to HBB.  It helps to continue to remind them they will be in a low resource situation.Distribution below is approximate.
 
3/1/2012MEXICORaymond Doucetterebecca.jones@ldschurch.org
 
6/1/2010MEXICOCarlos Ramoscgrameaux@yahoo.com
Participated in the development of a course with an organization named PACE, based in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. They coordinated with the State of Chiapas Ministry of health to trained different providers.
 
6/1/2010MEXICORenate Savichrsavich@unm.edu
We developed an App with the PACE organization to input data and CQI data for all babies delivered by the midwives in Chiapas with a GPS location for each delivery.  The Ministry of Health is using this to collect the data centrally.  We will also follow up with Telemedicine to make sure there is CQI for the HBB teaching after teaching the local midwives.  Data collection form was developed.
 

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