Now available on Gates Open Research: An Approach to Determining the Most Common Causes of Stillbirth in low and middle-income countries: A commentary. The commentary reviews the most useful investigation approaches in cause of death determination in stillbirths in low to middle-income countries (LMICs), including minimally invasive tissue sampling.
The journal supplement is a collection of methods, case studies, and findings from studies using MITS that was made possible from contributions from partners, members, and funding support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Get the full PDF.
The MITS Surveillance Alliance Secretariat has released a solicitation for Request for Proposals (RFP) to select MITS Surveillance Program sites. The initiative will focus on identifying up to five surveillance sites that will incorporate MITS into existing mortality surveillance programs. The RFP is available for download here.
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We are excited to announce the dates for the upcoming MITS Surveillance Alliance meeting, which will take place Wednesday, October 4, and Thursday, October 5, 2023, in Nairobi, Kenya. Please hold the week of October 2-6. Further details to come.
We look forward to gathering and meeting everyone in person!
The MITS Surveillance Alliance (MITS Alliance) has awarded five grants to new surveillance sites that support the integration of the Minimally Invasive Tissue Sampling (MITS) approach into existing mortality surveillance site systems. Read more here.