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HOW CAN WE BE OF USE?
INTERVIEWING EXPECTANT MOTHERS AT CASA MATERNA, PUERTO
CABEZAS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THEIR HEALTH EDU...
CASA MATERNA
 National* network of maternity waiting homes
 Residential facilities located near hospitals
 Used extensi...
SHARED KITCHEN AND DORM
LAUNDRY AND OPEN AREA
TC3 IN NICARAGUA
 23 years visiting Puerto Cabezas with
Nursing students and faculty.
 Recent movement to connect more
f...
EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS
WHAT SHOULD WE BE DOING?
 With a shift in focus we have been given the opportunity to strengthen
connections, and build n...
ASKING QUESTIONS
TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION
INTERVIEW PARTICIPANTS HOME
COMMUNITIES
DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
EDUCATION AT COMMUNITY CLINICS
EDUCATIONALTOPICS IDENTIFIED BY
INTERVIEWEES
CONCERNS UPON RETURNING HOME
TO SUPPLEMENT AND SUPPORT
 Interviews were designed to reveal
educational opportunities to
supplement, support and re-inf...
CASA MATERNA PORTRAITS
CONTACT INFORMATION
 Paula Moore, RN, CNM, MSN
 Professor of Nursing
 TC3
 MooreP@tc3.edu
 PaulTreadwell
 Instructor...
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How can we be of use? Interviewing expectant mothers at Casa Materna, Puerto Cabezas to better understand their health education needs.

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Interviews conducted January 2016 at the maternity waiting facility 'Casa Materna' in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua. Interviews were one aspect of this years service trip to Nicaragua from Tompkins Cortland Community College, Dryden, N.Y.

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How can we be of use? Interviewing expectant mothers at Casa Materna, Puerto Cabezas to better understand their health education needs.

  1. 1. HOW CAN WE BE OF USE? INTERVIEWING EXPECTANT MOTHERS AT CASA MATERNA, PUERTO CABEZAS TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THEIR HEALTH EDUCATION NEEDS. Tc3 in Nicaragua, January 2016
  2. 2. CASA MATERNA  National* network of maternity waiting homes  Residential facilities located near hospitals  Used extensively by rural women nearing birth  Meant to improve access to skilled care  Maternity waiting homes are also found in many other countries across the world.
  3. 3. SHARED KITCHEN AND DORM
  4. 4. LAUNDRY AND OPEN AREA
  5. 5. TC3 IN NICARAGUA  23 years visiting Puerto Cabezas with Nursing students and faculty.  Recent movement to connect more formally with MINSA.  Shift in emphasis towards community health and health education.
  6. 6. EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS
  7. 7. WHAT SHOULD WE BE DOING?  With a shift in focus we have been given the opportunity to strengthen connections, and build new relationships.  Asking women at Casa Materna about their lives and levels of exposure to health education opens the door to more meaningful student projects.  We anticipate continuing the interview process in coming years.
  8. 8. ASKING QUESTIONS
  9. 9. TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION
  10. 10. INTERVIEW PARTICIPANTS HOME COMMUNITIES
  11. 11. DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
  12. 12. EDUCATION AT COMMUNITY CLINICS
  13. 13. EDUCATIONALTOPICS IDENTIFIED BY INTERVIEWEES
  14. 14. CONCERNS UPON RETURNING HOME
  15. 15. TO SUPPLEMENT AND SUPPORT  Interviews were designed to reveal educational opportunities to supplement, support and re-inforce existing educational programs, when possible.
  16. 16. CASA MATERNA PORTRAITS
  17. 17. CONTACT INFORMATION  Paula Moore, RN, CNM, MSN  Professor of Nursing  TC3  MooreP@tc3.edu  PaulTreadwell  Instructor  TC3  PT006@tc3.edu

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