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The village-based midwife programme in Indonesia
The Government of Indonesia launched the village-based midwife programme in 1989 in response to maternal mortality of over 400 per 100 000 livebirths and neonatal mortality of 32 per 1000 livebirths.Expand
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Countdown to 2015 for maternal, newborn, and child survival: the 2008 report on tracking coverage of interventions.
BACKGROUND The Countdown to 2015 for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Survival initiative monitors coverage of priority interventions to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) for reduction ofExpand
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Delivery of MDG 5 by active management with data
A goal of the Countdown to 2015 is to scale up coverage of interventions to reduce preventable deaths. Here we propose that reductions in maternal and newborn mortality can only be achieved byExpand
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Ante natal care (ANC) utilization, dietary practices and nutritional outcomes in pregnant and recently delivered women in urban slums of Delhi, India: an exploratory cross-sectional study
BackgroundAntenatal Care (ANC) is one of the crucial factors in ensuring healthy outcomes in women and newborns. Nutrition education and counselling is an integral part of ANC that influencesExpand
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Making stillbirths count, making numbers talk - Issues in data collection for stillbirths
BackgroundStillbirths need to count. They constitute the majority of the world's perinatal deaths and yet, they are largely invisible. Simply counting stillbirths is only the first step in analysisExpand
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Assessment of the health system and policy environment as a critical complement to tracking intervention coverage for maternal, newborn, and child health.
In 2008, the Countdown to 2015 initiative identified 68 priority countries for action on maternal, newborn, and child health. Much attention was paid to monitoring country-level progress in achievingExpand
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OP79 The effect of moving to east village (the former london 2012 olympic games athletes village) on physical activity and adiposity levels
Background There has been increasing interest in whether the built environmentinfluences health behaviours, but robust longitudinal evidence is limited. We assessed the effect of moving into EastExpand
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Exposure and approval of food marketing strategies: a mixed methods study among household food providers in Jakarta
Introduction: Food marketing influences consumers’ food choices leading to unplanned food purchasing. Methods: This study used a mixed methods approach to investigate the association between foodExpand
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RF9 Does moving into social, intermediate and market-rent accommodation in east village (the former london 2012 olympic athletes village) improve self-rated mental health, well-being and
Background Evidence suggests that where we live might be an important determinant of mental health and well-being, especially amongst the more disadvantaged. However, longitudinal evidence isExpand
Cost-Sensitive Machine Learning Classification for Mass Tuberculosis Verbal Screening
TLDR
Score-based algorithms for tuberculosis (TB) verbal screening perform poorly, causing misclassification that leads to missed cases and unnecessary costly laboratory tests for false positives. Expand