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2/4 "... with a potential to improve U.S. #perinatal #outcomes with organizational models that more closely resemble those of #England and the #Netherlands."
3/4 "In the U.S., however, a decidedly different pattern emerged. #Vaginal #births without #induction or #augmentation in U.S. hospitals were far more likely to occur during #standard #working #hours."

#infant #neonates #prenatal #perinatal #health #outcomes #maternal
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Like many others, I have been observing the #ScrumMaster market over the past 12-13 years. That said, the qualification possibilities have grown dramatically. The general skill of a Scrum Master too. But there is something wrong.
Average day #rates for Scrum Masters rather went down, instead of up. Large companies claim, they can get a great Scrum Master at EUR 500,- to 600,- (Western European ranges). And they miss one point: such a person would be plain stupid joining them!
Let's be frank. The first Scrum Master in the world was an experienced manager. The idea for this role was never a simple one. Bad implementations made it simple (like becoming a team secretary). But to me a Scrum Master is a skilled #organizational #developer.
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1/In light of #COVID19, organizational readiness seems more important than ever. So today in my 3 hr #impsci course, we're going deep into lit on importance of #organizational context, readiness, resources and leadership. We'll use one of my faves as case study (thanks @bjweiner)
2/ One thing I love about this piece of that the appendix goes in depth into about how they defined #organizational context, all the key stakeholders they interviewed, plus the qualitative questions they used for each organizational construct in their comparative case analysis.
3/ 2nd half of class we'll go into #stakeholder engagement, #CBPR, participatory processes- areas that we know are critical for #healthequity and to ensure our science impacts policy & reaches key groups who would benefit from it most. Love this piece as a #impsci CBPR case study
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