Two Internship Opportunities with UCSF Safe Motherhood Program: San…

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Kate Mitchell
I am Kate Mitchell. I completed my MPH in International Health at Boston University. For my ‘culminating experience’ at BU, I put together a 25 minute multimedia piece on the issue of maternal mortality in the Dominican Republic. Until very recently, I was working on the Knowledge Management team of the Maternal Health Task Force at EngenderHealth. At the end of August, I moved to India to work on the MANSI (Maternal and Newborn Survival Initiative) project as a William J. Clinton Fellow.

The  Safe Motherhood Program  at the  University of California, San Francisco  is looking for two interns: one office intern to be based in the San Francisco office and one field intern to be based in the Copperbelt region of Zambia. 1.) UCSF Safe Motherhood Office Intern, San Francisco – Summer 2012 The focus of this internship is to prepare presentations for an upcoming international conference in order to effectively show the latest data on the non-pneumatic anti-shock garment (NASG) for obstetric hemorrhage clinical trial.  The intern will also gain some experience in handling and cleaning a large data set. For more information on the trial please visit and

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