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The implementation of a new tool, the Data Informed Platform for Health, could be feasible in Uttar Pradesh, India, according to a new report published by IDEAS today. The report describes the findings of a feasibility study undertaken in Uttar Pradesh, India. The Data Informed Platform for Health (DIPH) is a framework to guide coordination, bringing together key data from public and private health sectors on inputs and processes that could influence maternal and newborn health. The key data will be synthesised to create a measure of programme implementation strength for each local area, which in turn can be used in the evaluation of the effects of large-scale programmes on health outcomes.


Schellenberg, JA; Gautham, M; Avan, BI; IDEAS, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Public Health Foundation of India; (2012) Data Informed Platform for Health Feasibility Study Report, Uttar Pradesh, India. Project Report. London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London.


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Professor Joanna Schellenberg

IDEAS Co-Principal Investigator and Professor

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Dr Meenakshi Gautham

IDEAS India Country Coordinator and Research Fellow

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Dr Bilal Avan

Associate Professor

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