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The Private Sector Healthcare Initiative (PSHi) is seeking an experienced researcher, writer, and statistician to spearhead the analysis and publication of results from the Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Care-Seeking (MNCCS) study. This 18-month project includes three sequential studies designed to understand the trends in key maternal and child health indicators, as well as the unique determinants of maternal health outcomes in urban settings. The objectives of the study are to: 1) assess the global trends in urban and rural facility-based deliveries and the key drivers of these trends; 2) examine the implications of increasing facility delivery on the cause structure of maternal deaths, and the quality of maternal and neonatal care; and 3) understand the determinants of maternal health inequities including assessment of environmental, social, and health infrastructure factors. In addition, the study examines trends across vulnerable populations including migrants, slum-dwellers, and the urban poor.
The post-doctoral fellow will organize and analyze existing data, reports and literature reviews, and co-write articles. The goal of these publications is to improve the evidence base regarding drivers of facility-based deliveries, urban health, and maternal and child care-seeking in LMICs. Key activities will include analyzing survey and DHS data, conducting literature reviews, co-writing articles and case studies, and developing targeted policy briefs around recommendations.
For more information, please read the detailed job description: here.
To apply or for more information on this position, please forward a CV and a cover letter describing your relevant experience and qualifications to Dr. May Sudhinaraset at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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