Veronique Filippi DDG DISP PhD
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I studied political sciences, demography and epidemiology and I work with multidisciplinary teams. My research interests include: developing methods for measuring reproductive and maternal morbidity in low income countries; documenting the long term health, social and economic consequences of obstetric complications; understanding how women manage their productive and reproductive needs after childbirth; learning from near-miss complications; improving quality of obstetric care through audit and maternal death reviews; improving respectful care and birth and postnatal preparedness. I conduct most of my research in African countries where I am also involved in large evaluation projects of interventions designed to reduce maternal mortality and improve infant health (EVA-PMDUP, FEMHEALTH, Alive and Thrive). I am a member of the STEPUP Research Programme Consortium on "Meeting reproductive health needs for the Millenium". http://www.popcouncil.org/projects/325_STEPUP.asp. I provide technical support on maternal and near-miss case reviews.
- Centre for Evaluation
- Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive & Child Health (MARCH)
- Global Mental Health
I organise a MSc module entitled "Current Issues in Safe motherhood and Perinatal Health in Low Income Countries, together with Dr Hannah Blencowe, and supervise several PhD students in maternal health and family planning research.
My current research activities include: cost effectiveness evaluation of interventions to reduce maternal deaths from unwanted pregnancies (funded by DFID); an interdisciplinary study of productivity, family planning and reproductive health in Burkina Faso (funded by ESRC/ PopDev); the effects of obstetric complications on health functioning and disabilities (funded by WHO); the evaluation of the Alive and Thrive community based activities in Boucle de Mouhoun in Burkina Faso. Useful information can be found on these projects and the research of other members of the Maternal Health Group in the Departement of Infectious Diseases Epidemiology on: http://mnhgroup.lshtm.ac.uk
Please also visit the MARCH website for information on all maternal, adolescent, reproductive and child health activities in all faculties at LSHTM: http://march.lshtm.ac.uk/ .
- Complex interventions
- Health outcomes
- Health services research
- Health status measurement
- Impact evaluation
- Maternal health
- Mixed methods
- Perinatal health
- Quality improvement
- Reproductive health
- Systematic reviews
- Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
- Burkina Faso
- Burden Of Disease
- Cohort Studies
- Developing countries
- Effectiveness Evaluations
- Family Planning
- Health Surveys
- Health-related Quality Of Life
- Longitudinal Data
- Maternal And Child Health
- Medical Abortion
- Systematic review
- maternal health
The effectiveness of birth plans in increasing use of skilled care at delivery and postnatal care in rural Tanzania: a cluster randomised trial.
Magoma, M. ; Requejo, J. ; Campbell, O. ; Cousens, S. ; Merialdi, M. ; Filippi, V. ;
Trop Med Int Health, 2013; 18(4):435-43
Mortality after near-miss obstetric complications in Burkina Faso: medical, social and health-care factors.
Storeng, K.T. ; Drabo, S. ; Ganaba, R. ; Sundby, J. ; Calvert, C. ; Filippi, V. ;
Bull World Health Organ, 2012; 90(6):418-425B
Difficulties leaving home: a cross-sectional study of delays in seeking emergency obstetric care in Herat, Afghanistan.
Hirose, A.; Borchert, M.; Niksear, H.; Alkozai, A.S.; Cox, J.; Gardiner, J.; Osmani, K.R.; Filippi, V.;
Soc Sci Med, 2011; 73(7):1003-13
Effects of severe obstetric complications on women's health and infant mortality in Benin.
Filippi, V.; Goufodji, S.; Sismanidis, C.; Kanhonou, L.; Fottrell, E.; Ronsmans, C.; Alihonou, E.; Patel, V.;
Trop Med Int Health, 2010; 15(6):733-42
Health of women after severe obstetric complications in Burkina Faso: a longitudinal study.
Filippi, V.; Ganaba, R.; Baggaley, R.F.; Marshall, T.; Storeng, K.T.; Sombié, I.; Ouattara, F.; Ouedraogo, T.; Akoum, M.; Meda, N.;
Lancet, 2007; 370(9595):1329-37
Paying the price: The cost and consequences of emergency obstetric care in Burkina Faso.
Storeng, K.T.; Baggaley, R.F.; Ganaba, R.; Ouattara, F.; Akoum, M.S.; Filippi, V.;
Soc Sci Med, 2007; 66(3):545-57
Maternal health in poor countries: the broader context and a call for action.
Filippi, V.; Ronsmans, C.; Campbell, O.M.; Graham, W.J.; Mills, A.; Borghi, J.; Koblinsky, M.; Osrin, D.;
Lancet, 2006; 368(9546):1535-41
How to do (or not to do) ... Obstetric audit in resource-poor settings: lessons from a multi-country project auditing 'near miss' obstetrical emergencies
Filippi, V.; Brugha, R.; Browne, E.; Gohou, V.; Bacci, A.; de Brouwere, V.; Sahel, A.; Goufodji, S.; Alihonou, E.; Ronsmans, C.
Health Policy and Planning, 2004; 19(1):57-66
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