JOGNN - Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, Volume 46, May 2017,
Innovative programs introduced in response to the Millennium Development Goals show promise to reduce the global rate of maternal mortality. The Sustainable Development Goals, introduced in 2015, were designed to build on this progress. In this article, we describe the global factors that contribute to maternal mortality rates, outcomes of the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals, and the new, related Sustainable Development Goals. Implications for clinical practice, health care systems, research, and health policy are provided.
Clinical Practice; Conservation Of Natural Resources; Environmental Protection; Female; Global Health; Global Women's Health; Goals; Health Care Policy; Health Policy; Human; Humans; Legislation And Jurisprudence; Maternal Health; Maternal Health Service; Maternal Health Services; Maternal Mortality; Maternal Welfare; Millennium Development Goals; Motivation; Organization And Management; Procedures; Program Development; Program Evaluation; Sustainable Development; Sustainable Development Goals; United Nations; Women's Health; Global