Addressing Critical Knowledge Gaps in Newborn Health

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Demand and supply-side strategies to improve maternal and newborn health care can be cost-effective, though the evidence is limited by the paucity of high quality studies and the use of disparate cost-effectiveness measures.

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Frontline Health Workers new Newborn Health Factsheet

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Most pregnant women in developing regions see a skilled health provider at least once - only half of them get the recommended four antenatal checkups.

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The use of mobile technology in this intervention took a leap from simply rendering information to providing more rapid services.

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The results of this randomized clinical trial may be especially relevant in low and middle income countries that have high rates of prematurity and limited resources for acute newborn and maternal care.

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The aim of this study was to systematically evaluate the implementation status of facility-based kangaroo mother care services in four African countries: Malawi, Mali, Rwanda and Uganda.

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Supplementary Country Guidance for applying Chlorhexidine gel to a newborn baby.

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