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Table 2 Why interviewees believe that the surveillance project on severe maternal morbidity had a positive feedback

From: Impact of a nationwide study for surveillance of maternal near-miss on the quality of care provided by participating centers: a quantitative and qualitative approach

Reasons given by interviewees for justifying their opinion of a positive outcome After 6 months After 12 months
Change in how cases are identified × ×
Better organization in the center/routine/standardization of staff activities × ×
Dissemination of knowledge at local/regional level/changes in health policies × ×
Proposed changes in routines/protocols × ×
Review of severe cases × ×
Reduction in maternal morbidity and mortality × ×
Local and/or national diagnosis of maternal morbidity × -
Improvements required in prenatal care - ×
Importance at scientific level - ×