Maria Openshaw, RN, MS

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Family Health Care Nursing
SchoolSchool of Nursing
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    University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CAM.S.09/2014Midwifery and Women's Health
    Bowdoin College, Brunswick, MEA.B.05/2008Latin American Studies; Spanish
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    UCSF2014The Jeanne Rous Award

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    I am a Certified Nurse-Midwife who has practiced midwifery in the U.S. and Malawi in a variety of birth settings. I am the Midwifery Advisor for the UCSF Global Action in Nursing, a global nursing workforce project with sites in Malawi, Liberia and Sierra Leone. I am the former Director of Midwifery for this project, which is now led by expert in-country midwives. I am also an Assistant Clinical Professor (without salary) at UCSF School of Nursing.
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    1. Assessing Combined Longitudinal Mentorship and Skills Training on Select Maternal and Neonatal Outcomes in Rural and Urban Health Facilities in Malawi. J Transcult Nurs. 2022 11; 33(6):704-714. Blair AH, Openshaw M, Mphande I, Jana O, Malirakwenda R, Muller A, Rankin S, Baltzell K. PMID: 36062416; PMCID: PMC9561805.
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    2. Medicalização do parto: Saberes e práticas. Eds: A. Pereira Rodrigues, F. Loureiro Silva, L.A. Teixeira, M. Fisher Nucci. Capítulo 8: Onde “longe demais para andar” encontra com “muito, cedo de- mais”: vida de mães à beira da transição obstétrica. 2021. Maria Openshaw. . View Publication.
    3. Underreporting of maternal and neonatal complications: A comparison of information in maternity registers and client charts at a rural community hospital in Malawi. International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences. 2021; 15. Kapito E, Chirwa E, Maluwa A, Kachimanga C, Openshaw M, Rankin S, Rose S, Muller A, Baltzell K. View Publication.
    4. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. The impact of longitudinal nurse-midwife mentorship on reducing maternal and neonatal complications in rural Malawi: the Global Action in Nursing (GAIN) Project. 2020; S2(151):8-96. Openshaw M, Kapito E, McMahon C, Kachimanga C, Rose S, Wroe E, Blair A, Baltzell K, Mhango M. View Publication.
    5. A Pilot Study of Palliative Care Provider Self-competence and Priorities for Education in Kenya. J Hosp Palliat Nurs. 2015 Aug; 17(4):356-363. Sedillo R, Openshaw MM, Cataldo J, Donesky D, Boit JM, Tarus A, Thompson LM. PMID: 28539840; PMCID: PMC5440086.
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    6. Childhood trauma is associated with depressive symptoms in Mexico City women. Rev Panam Salud Publica. 2015 May; 37(4-5):308-15. Openshaw M, Thompson LM, de Pheils PB, Mendoza-Flores ME, Humphreys J. PMID: 26208201.
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