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Improvements in newborn care and newborn resuscitation following a quality improvement program at scale: results from a before and after study in Tanzania

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(Published November, 2014)
Christina Lulu Makene (Author),
Marya Plotkin (Author),
Sheena Currie (Author),
Dunstan Bishanga (Author),
Patience Ugwi (Author),
Henry Louis (Author),
Koheleth Winani (Author),
Brett Nelson (Author)
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Quality improvement program in 52 health facilities in Tanzania assessed the quality of essential maternal and newborn services and provider skills in newborn resuscitation through direct observation of providers two years after training in helping babies breathe using a mannequin and other clinical interventions for reducing newborn mortality.

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Makene C, Plotkin M, Currie S, Bishanga D, Ugwi P, Louis H, et al. Improvements in newborn care and newborn resuscitation following a quality improvement program at scale: results from a before and after study in Tanzania. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2014;14(1):381