Behaviour change in perinatal care practices among rural women exposed to a women's group intervention in Nepal [ISRCTN31137309]

@article{Wade2006BehaviourCI,
  title={Behaviour change in perinatal care practices among rural women exposed to a women's group intervention in Nepal [ISRCTN31137309]},
  author={Angela Mills Wade and David Osrin and Bhim Prasad Shrestha and Aman Sen and Joanna Morrison and Kirti Man Tumbahangphe and Dharma S Manandhar and Anthony M de L Costello},
  journal={BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={20 - 20}
}
BACKGROUND A randomised controlled trial of participatory women's groups in rural Nepal previously showed reductions in maternal and newborn mortality. In addition to the outcome data we also collected previously unreported information from the subgroup of women who had been pregnant prior to study commencement and conceived during the trial period. To determine the mechanisms via which the intervention worked we here examine the changes in perinatal care of these women. In particular we use… CONTINUE READING
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