Reducing one million child deaths from birth asphyxia – a survey of health systems gaps and priorities

@article{Lawn2007ReducingOM,
  title={Reducing one million child deaths from birth asphyxia – a survey of health systems gaps and priorities},
  author={Joy E. Lawn and Ananta Manandhar and Rachel A. Haws and G L Darmstadt},
  journal={Health Research Policy and Systems},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={4 - 4}
}
BACKGROUND Millions of child deaths and stillbirths are attributable to birth asphyxia, yet limited information is available to guide policy and practice, particularly at the community level. We surveyed selected policymakers, programme implementers and researchers to compile insights on policies, programmes, and research to reduce asphyxia-related deaths. METHOD A questionnaire was developed and pretested based on an extensive literature review, then sent by email (or airmail or fax, when… CONTINUE READING

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