Major research interest: Models for delivery of obstetric care.
Other research interests: Global Health; Medical complications of pregnancy; Ultrasound of fetal anomalies:
“Group Prenatal Care” The Centering Pregnancy Program is an innovative model for providing group prenatal care that has been implemented at prenatal care sites around the United States since 1995. It has ten defined 2-hour sessions implemented from weeks 16 through 40 of pregnancy. All prenatal care occurs within the group setting except for the initial intake done prior to group assignment, medical concerns involving the need for privacy, and cervical assessments late in pregnancy.
Mentor to Rwanda OBGYN resident theses and involved in helping the residents perform their required projects as well as evaluating the impact of training OBGYN residents in the Human Resources for Health Rwanda on maternal and fetal outcomes.
Gynecology; Obstetrics; Pregnancy; Pregnancy Complications; Global Health; Delivery, Obstetric