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Association between infrastructure and observed quality of care in 4 healthcare services

December 12, 2017

Association between infrastructure and observed quality of care in 4 healthcare services

In a cross-sectional study of 4,300 facilities in 8 countries, Hannah Leslie and colleagues examine the association between infrastructure and observed quality of care in 4 healthcare services. Read the Perspective.

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Effects of women’s groups practising participatory learning and action on preventive and care-seeking behaviours to reduce neonatal mortality

In a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials, Nadine Seward and colleagues find that in Asian and African settings with limited access to medical services, participatory learning women's groups are associated with improved perinatal health behaviors. Read the Author Summary.

Effects of women’s groups practising participatory learning and action on preventive and care-seeking behaviours to reduce neonatal mortality

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