Justine Dol is completing her PhD in Health at Dalhousie University. Justine’s research focuses on the postpartum experience and using mobile health technologies to provide postpartum education and support to mothers. She has published 38 peer reviewed papers; 18 related to global health. She is also leading a systematic review on the timing of maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity during the postnatal period for healthy women and newborns, commissioned by the World Health Organization through the SPOR Evidence Alliance. In 2017, she was a Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Scholar working in Tanzania. She has been trained in Helping Babies Survive and has been involved in evaluation and teaching in Tanzania and Jamaica. She led a systematic review on the impact of the Helping Babies Survive program on newborn outcomes and healthcare provider knowledge and skills which has been cited over 32 times since it was published in 2018.