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E-health in low- and middle-income countries: findings from the Center for Health Market Innovations.
OBJECTIVE To describe how information communication technology (ICT) is being used by programmes that seek to improve private sector health financing and delivery in low- and middle-income countries,Expand
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Success factors for reducing maternal and child mortality.
Reducing maternal and child mortality is a priority in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and will likely remain so after 2015. Evidence exists on the investments, interventions and enablingExpand
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On the relationships between the Bushveld Complex and its felsic roof rocks, part 1: petrogenesis of Rooiberg and related felsites
A major question concerning the Bushveld Complex is the relationship between the layered mafic rocks and the overlying Rooiberg Group felsites and related granophyres. Here, we assemble bulk-rockExpand
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The Global strategy for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health (2016–2030): a roadmap based on evidence and country experience
Box 1 The Global strategy for women's, children's and adolescents' health (2016-2030) Objectives of the global strategy: * Survive: end preventable mortality; * Thrive: promote health and well-being;Expand
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Accountability in the 2015 Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health
  • J. Schweitzer
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • 14 September 2015
Julian Schweitzer describes the steps taken to ensure accountability in the 2015 Global Strategy and why it is important to success
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The Economics of eHealth and mHealth
While mHealth has the potential to overcome traditional obstacles to the delivery of health services to the poor in lower and middle-income countries—issues related to access, quality, time, andExpand
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Factors Contributing to Maternal and Child Mortality Reductions in 146 Low- and Middle-Income Countries between 1990 and 2010
Introduction From 1990–2010, worldwide child mortality declined by 43%, and maternal mortality declined by 40%. This paper compares two sources of progress: improvements in societal coverage ofExpand
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Odontiatrogenic tooth fracture.
While the awareness of vertical tooth fractures, whether incomplete or complete, is increasing, sufficient attention has not been paid to the manner in which the dentist may contribute to theExpand
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Country progress towards the Millennium Development Goals: adjusting for socioeconomic factors reveals greater progress and new challenges
BackgroundThe health Millennium Development Goals (4, 5, 6) impose the same ambitious 2015 targets on every country. Few low-income countries are on track to reach them. Some authors have proposedExpand
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