The more global citizens there are, and the more active they are, the more progress the world will make. Gates Annual Letter 2015
22 January 2015
15 January 2015
Lessons in getting research into action from the Maternal Health Task Force PLOS Collection for Maternal Health
12 December 2014
How can you get your health innovation to benefit more women and babies in Ethiopia, Nigeria and India?
“Scale up is a craft not a science”Quote from the IDEAS qualitative study of scale-up in Ethiopia, Nigeria and India
14 November 2014
Upheaval, disasters and disease make it easy to forget the thousands in Northeastern Nigeria born too soon. Let’s not! Let’s count every newborn
It was a cold night in December when the twins came into the world. Born too early to a young mother by C-section they were tiny, cold and barely alive. I was on call attending to what was perhaps my 18th delivery of the day.
22 September 2014
One of the most exciting aspects of my research is that it challenges my assumptions in the most unexpected ways.
3 September 2014
IDEAS is working to find out how much effort needs to be put into a health programme in order to achieve a specified coverage of health indicators. Ultimately this could enable health policy makers to target their funds more productively tow
29 May 2014
Northeast Nigeria myths and superstitions pose more barriers to health of women and babies than conflict
“The conflict is not much of a problem to my work.
22 May 2014
7 March 2014
Authors: Agnes Becker, Krystyna Makowiecka, Tanya Marchant. Cross-posted from the Impatient Optimists blog.
11 February 2014
Maternal and neonatal healthcare is going to remain a central focus on the developmental agenda for low- and middle-income countries, but public health professionals need to focus more on quality, equity and respect for healthcare users.