Impact on child mortality of removing user fees: simulation model

@article{James2005ImpactOC,
  title={Impact on child mortality of removing user fees: simulation model},
  author={C. James and S. Morris and R. Keith and A. Taylor},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={331},
  pages={747 - 749}
}
Abstract Objective To estimate how many child deaths might be prevented if user fees were removed in 20 African countries Design Simulation model combining evidence on key health interventions' impacts on reducing child mortality with analysis of the effect of fee abolition on access to healthcare services. Results Elimination of user fees could prevent approximately 233 000 (estimate range 153 000-305 000) deaths annually in children aged under 5 in 20 African countries. Conclusion Given the… Expand
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