The Lancet Neonatal Series: 2005
One crucial omission in global health research and policy has been the health of newborns. While the infant and the mother have been at the centre of efforts to protect early childhood, the newborn period has been relatively neglected. This marginalisation is difficult to square with the bare numbers: 8 million children are either stillborn or die each year within the first month of life.
A continuum of care to save newborn lives. Anne Tinker, Petra ten Hoope-Bender, Shahida Azfar, Flavia Bustreo, Robin Bell
Epidemiological transition, medicalisation of childbirth, and neonatal mortality: three Brazilian birth-cohorts. Anthony Costello, David Osrin
4 million neonatal deaths: When? Where? Why? Joy E Lawn, Simon Cousens, Jelka Zupan
Evidence-based, cost-effective interventions: how many newborn babies can we save? Gary L Darmstadt, Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Simon Cousens, Taghreed Adam, Neff Walker, Luc de Bernis.
Systematic scaling up of neonatal care in countries. Rudolf Knippenberg, Joy E Lawn, Gary L Darmstadt, Genevieve Begkoyian, Helga Fogstad, Netsanet Walelign, Vinod K Paul
Neonatal survival: a call for action. Jose Martines, Vinod K Paul, Zulfiqar A Bhutta, Marjorie Koblinsky, Agnes Soucat, Neff Walker, Rajiv Bahl, Helga Fogstad, Anthony Costello