Every Newborn: health-systems bottlenecks and strategies to accelerate scale-up in countries.

@article{Dickson2014EveryNH,
  title={Every Newborn: health-systems bottlenecks and strategies to accelerate scale-up in countries.},
  author={Kim Eva Dickson and Aline Simen-Kapeu and Mary V. Kinney and Luis Huicho and Linda Vesel and Eve M. Lackritz and Joseph de Graft Johnson and Severin Ritter von Xylander and Nuzhat Rafique and Mariame Sylla and Charles C.V. Mwansambo and Bernadette M. E. G. Daelmans and Joy E. Lawn},
  journal={Lancet},
  year={2014},
  volume={384 9941},
  pages={438-54}
}
Universal coverage of essential interventions would reduce neonatal deaths by an estimated 71%, benefit women and children after the first month, and reduce stillbirths. However, the packages with the greatest effect (care around birth, care of small and ill newborn babies), have low and inequitable coverage and are the most sensitive markers of health… CONTINUE READING