The Perinatal Problem Identification Program (PPIP) is a tool to make your perinatal and maternal death audit easier. It does not do the audit for you, but it takes the tedious paperwork out of the process. The moment you enter the basic data, you can instantly do extensive data analysis, and even present your data in graphs and print reports - all with the press of a button.
Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths in South Africa
National Department of Health Management Guidelines
SA Facility List (2012)
Download here (XLS Format) or here (as a ZIP file).
Medical Research Council
Research Unit for Maternal and Infant Health Care Strategies at the University of Pretoria. E-mail:
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