Anesthesiologist and Associate Professor affiliated to the University of Stavanger and SAFER. Hege is the Project Manager and Principal Investigator for the Safer Births Project. She is also the main supervisor for Estomih Mduma, Dr. Jørgen Linde and Dr. Robert Moshiro, as well as co-supervisor for Dr. Monica Thallinger, Dr. Paschal Mdoe and Jarle Urdal.
Medical Doctor under specialization in Pediatrics and currently working as a PhD fellow for Stavanger University Hospital at Haydom Lutheran Hospital in Tanzania. Jørgen is doing research on the cardio-respiratory transition at birth, using the Laerdal Newborn Resuscitation Monitor to collect data at the labor ward in Haydom.
Professor at the Department of Electrical engineering and Computer science at the University of Stavanger and part of the Biomedical data analysis group. Trygve has extensive experience with working on resuscitation data signals and is the co-supervisor for PhD fellow Jarle Urdal.
A licensed psychologist with a PhD degree in organizational psychology, Erling is currently working as a consultant at Haukeland University Hospital. He is the co-supervisor for PhD Fellow Estomih Mduma.
Professor in pediatrics at the Center for International Health in Bergen, with extensive experience in Global Health research. Thorkild is the co-supervisor of the PhD fellow Dr. Robert Moshiro.
Pediatrician by profession and currently working at the Neonatal unit at Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam. Robert has been doing research at Muhimbili as well as Haydom Lutheran Hospital in Tanzania around newborn ventilation.
Professor of Pediatrics at the New York Center for Children’s Health/Cornell Medical Center and director of Division of Newborn Medicine at Cornell Medical College’s Department of Pediatrics. Jeffrey is a world-renowned expert in neonatal medicine and co-chairman of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program. In the project he is co-supervisor for PhD fellows Dr. Jørgen Linde, Dr. Monica Thallinger, Estomih Mduma and Dr. Robert Moshiro.
Pediatrician by profession with extensive experience of working in low resource settings with Doctors Without Borders, Monica is currently doing a PhD at the University of Oslo. Her research will include randomized controlled trials in Tanzania and Norway using testing the newly developed Upright Resuscitator, and a new low-cost PEEP.
Vu completed her PhD in 2016 with the Department of Electrical engineering and Computer science at the University of Stavanger. Vu did her PhD research on biomedical signals from the Laerdal Newborn Resuscitation Monitor.
Currently working at the MoH in Tanzania, Kidanto was the senior specialist in OB-GYN at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) and the Principal Investigator for the Safer Births Project. Since 2009, he has been a member of steering committee for the National HBB project in Tanzania led by the Ministry of Health & Social Welfare. He is the supervisor for PhD fellows Dr. Pascal Mdoe and Dr. Robert Moshir
An obstetrician and gynecologist currently working at Haydom Lutheran Hospital as head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is also one of the PHD fellows in the Safer Births project, doing his study on a randomized controlled trial on different fetal heart rate monitoring devices in Haydom and Muhimbili, and the role of human factors in fetal heart rate monitoring.
Pediatrician by profession and currently working as a researcher at the Norwegian Public Health Institute. Ketil is the main supervisor for the PhD fellow Dr.Monica Thallinger.
Research Manager at Haydom Lutheran Hospital and PhD fellow at the University of Stavanger. Esto will focus his PhD on implementation research, analyzing amonst other the implementation of a randomized controlled trial in a low resource setting.
Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Oslo and leader of the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Group at the Institute for Experimental Medical Research in Oslo. Petter Andreas is co-supervisor for the PhD Candidate Dr. Monica Thallinger.
Professor at the Department of Electrical engineering and Computer science at the University of Stavanger, Kjersti has her expertise within signal processing and is one of the supervisors of PhD fellow Jarle Urdal.
Professor at the University of Bergen and Pediatrician at Stavanger University Hospital. Knut is one of the co-supervisors of the PhD fellow Dr. Jørgen E. Linde.
PhD fellow at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Stavanger. Jarle is doing his PhD research on biomedical signals from the Laerdal Newborn Resuscitation Monitor and the Laerdal Moyo fetal heart rate monitor.
Associate Professor at the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering Trinity College, Dublin, Martin is working on the dry electrode technology used in the newborn heart rate sensor on the Laerdal Newborn Resuscitation Monitor.
Medical Doctor specialized in Public Health Promotion & Economics. He has 8+ years consulting experience in qualitative & quantitative research, and Monitoring & Evaluation of health interventions. He is currently a PhD Fellow in the Safer Births Project working on “Evaluation of an innovative FHR monitoring device to improve perinatal outcome” at Muhimbili & Temeke Hospitals.
Currently the Health Director of Stavanger Municipality, Corinna, who is a medical doctor by profession also holds a PhD in health economic. She has been working on cost-benefit analysis of the Helping Babies Breathe program in Tanzania and will be conducting similar analysis related to the Safer Births Project.
Regional Medical Officer (RMO) of the Manyara region under President’s Office, Damas will assess the importance of existing health structures and facility readiness for successful implementation of SBBC in 12 facilities.
Head of the Neonatal Unit at Haydom, Vickfarajaeli will assess the perception among healthcare providers, uptake (frequency and quality of trainings), and impact (newborn care and outcomes) of LDHF simulation-based on-job training after introducing SBBC.
Head of the Newborn Division, under Directorate of Preventive Services, Ministry of Health in Dodoma, Tanzania, Felix will assess effects of SBBC on strengthening health system functions for Newborn Care Units to improve early neonatal care outcomes in the 12 health facilities.
Midwife and the Head of Nursing Department at Haydom Lutheran Hospital, Catherine will assess healthcare providers’ perception, acceptability of simulation-based LDHF on-job training on postpartum hemorrhage and impact on maternal outcomes in the two first regions of SBBC implementation.
Lecturer at Hubert Kairuki Memorial University, Dar es Salaam and an active member of the Pediatric Association of Tanzania, Florence will study acceptance, knowledge, and skill gains among healthcare providers after introducing NeoNatalie Live simulation training combined with CQI efforts and PDSA-cycles in 12 facilities in the following two regions under implementation.
Kjetil has a clinical background as a paramedic for 23 years at Stavanger University Hospital, Norway. He has a MSC in Pre-Hospital Critical Care from the University of Stavanger. He has worked as a simulation expert since 2006, and he is an EuSim Level 1 and Level 2 instructor and a member of the EuSim Board. Kjetil has experience from faculty development projects in Norway, India, Nepal, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Russia.
Employed at Praxis International, an NGO in Dar es Salaam, Grace will assess the institutionalization of CQI (including ongoing Low Dose High Frequency training) and related maternal and newborn care in the two first regions under implementation.