Behavior Change After 20 Months of a Radio Campaign Addressing Key Lifesaving Family Behaviors for Child Survival: Midline Results From a Cluster Randomized Trial in Rural Burkina Faso.

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BACKGROUND In Burkina Faso, a comprehensive 35-month radio campaign addressed key, multiple family behaviors for improving under-5 child survival and was evaluated using a repeated cross-sectional, cluster randomized design. The primary outcome of the trial was postneonatal under-5 child mortality. This paper reports on behavior change achieved at midline… (More)
DOI: 10.9745/GHSP-D-15-00153

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@article{Sarrassat2015BehaviorCA, title={Behavior Change After 20 Months of a Radio Campaign Addressing Key Lifesaving Family Behaviors for Child Survival: Midline Results From a Cluster Randomized Trial in Rural Burkina Faso.}, author={Sophie Sarrassat and Nicolas Y Meda and Moctar Ou{\'e}draogo and Henri Som{\'e} and Robert A Bambara and Roy Head and Joanna Murray and Pieter Remes and Simon Nicholas Cousens}, journal={Global health, science and practice}, year={2015}, volume={3 4}, pages={557-76} }