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The intervention had large but not statistically significant effects on neonatal and perinatal mortality. Community mobilization and increased facility care may ultimately improve neonatal and perinatal survival, and are important in the context of the global transition towards institutional...
Multi-institutional collaborative public health leadership programs may extend the reach and recruitment of diverse students into the maternal and child health field. Experiential, didactic, and mentored learning opportunities may enhance student integration of maternal and child health...
Age related differences have both programmatic and provider implications. The intervention typology can be used to evaluate PCM programs serving high risk population.
Healthy and unhealthy aspects of children’s diets may be independent of one another. Additional research in heterogeneous populations is needed.
Multivitamin/mineral supplementation can reduce the negative impact of alcohol use during pregnancy on specific developmental outcomes.
This study confirms that CMC use significantly more social work services in the medical setting. This must be considered when designing proactive medical home models to provide high quality family-centered care for this population, and further research is needed to elucidate the factors that...
Results of our analysis provide a national perspective on data linkage practices in the US. Our findings can be used to promote further data linkages, facilitate sharing of data and linkage methodologies, and identify uses of the resulting linked data.
Time constraints and documentation issues were major barriers to implementing the 5As. Simplified documentation processes and training enhancements, coupled with systems change, may enhance delivery of evidence-based smoking cessation interventions.
The FOA program thus appears to be filling a niche in coverage needs among families of children with disabilities in Louisiana.
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