1. Maternal Mortality: The Greatest Health Divide in the World Carolina Bibbo, Taraneh Shirazian 2. Postpartum Hemorrhage in a Conflict Setting Nichole Young-Lin, Maya Garala, Erin Gertz 3. Obstetric Fistula Salma Rahimi, Tracy Capes, Charles Ascher-Walsh 4. Diagnosis and Treatment of Malaria in Pregnancy Veronica Ades 5. The Unmet Need for Family Planning Kate A Shaw, Jessica M Atrio, Paul D Blumenthal 6. Anesthesia in Action at a Global Health Site Andrew M. Perez MD, Ram Roth MD, Elizabeth A.M. Frost MD 7. At Your Cervix: Preventing Cervical Cancer using a Single Visit Approach Deborah Landis Lewis, Miriam Cremer 8. The Challenge of Global Cervical and Breast Cancer Prevention, Detection, and Treatment Annekathryn Goodman, MD, MS 9. Radiation Therapy: A Privilege, not a Right - Treatment of Cervical Cancer with Limited Radiotherapy in Low-Resource Settings Jessica Ton, Linus Chuang, MD 10. Interested in Volunteering Abroad? Considerations When Choosing a Global Health Opportunity Michael Brodman, MD
Taraneh Shirazian, M.D. is the Director of Global Health and a Faculty OB/GYN generalist in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. She is also a leader in women's health and serves on the board of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She is currently the national Chair of ACOG's Junior Fellow College Advisory Council. In this role she is responsible for creating resident and medical student educational opportunities.
From the reviews: "This book covers common women's health issues that obstetrics/gynecologists face in different areas around the world ... . The intent is to highlight the challenges in women's healthcare globally. This is certainly a worthwhile goal and the authors do a good job of achieving it. The book is intended for residents and physicians who plan to participate in global initiatives. ... This is an interesting book on global women's health issues for obstetricians and gynecologists." (Anthony Shanks, Doody's Book Reviews, November, 2013)