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Maternal Health Task Force Year 3: Integrating Health Care to Meet the Needs of the Mother-Infant Pair
Partnered Collections, Special Issues
The theme of the Year 3 Collection was chosen with the aim of strengthening the evidence for approaches to providing integrated care, from preconception; through pregnancy, childbirth and the post-natal period; to the child's early days and years of life. It aims to build understanding of how and when to integrate maternal and infant health care, especially in relation to conditions like HIV, malaria, exposure to environmental risks and other situations that significantly impact the health of both mother and infant. Articles in the collection intend to form a clearer understanding of the importance for the integration of care.
April 14, 2014Timothy D. Minniear, Sonali Girde, Frank Angira, Lisa A. Mills, Clement Zeh, Philip J. Peters, Rose Masaba, Richard Lando, Timothy K. Thomas, Allan W. Taylor, for the Kisumu Breastfeeding Study Team
August 13, 2014Erika Ota, Togoobaatar Ganchimeg, Naho Morisaki, Joshua P. Vogel, Cynthia Pileggi, Eduardo Ortiz-Panozo, João P. Souza, Rintaro Mori, on behalf of the WHO Multi-Country Survey on Maternal and Newborn Health Research Network
October 16, 2014Kelly Clarke, Kishwar Azad, Abdul Kuddus, Sanjit Shaha, Tasmin Nahar, Bedowra Haq Aumon, Mohammed Munir Hossen, James Beard, Anthony Costello, Tanja A. J. Houweling, Audrey Prost, Edward Fottrell