Who has been caring for the baby?

@article{Darmstadt2014WhoHB,
  title={Who has been caring for the baby?},
  author={Gary L. Darmstadt and Mary V. Kinney and Mickey Chopra and Simon Nicholas Cousens and for The Lancet Every Newborn Study Group},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2014},
  volume={384},
  pages={174-188}
}
Nearly a decade ago, The Lancet published the Neonatal Survival Series, with an ambitious call for integration of newborn care across the continuum of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health and nutrition (RMNCH). In this first of five papers in the Every Newborn Series, we consider what has changed during this decade, assessing progress on the basis of a systematic policy heuristic including agenda-setting, policy formulation and adoption, leadership and partnership, implementation… CONTINUE READING
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