Research briefSummary of IDEAS maternal and newborn household and facility surveys in Ethiopia for local health officials
Two page summary of IDEAS household and facility surveys in Ethiopia for local health officials
Journal articleMaternal, newborn, and child health and the Sustainable Development Goals-a call for sustained and improved measurement [Comment]
This paper was written by measurement experts, and discusses how to improve meausrement for women, adolescents, children and newborns in the face of the new Sustainable Development Goals.
Journal articleTaking knowledge users’ knowledge needs into account in health: an evidence synthesis framework
Knowledge translation ideally creates user-friendly outputs, tailored to meet information needs in a particular context for a particular audience. A Framework should facilitate a more systematic assessment of the balance of essential characteristics required to select the best output for the purpose.
ReportImplementation pathway report: Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit, India, June 2015
The Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit was established to provide the Government of Uttar Pradesh with technical assistance in order to improve reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child and adolescent health coverage and outcomes.
Journal articleAdding Content to Contacts: Measurement of High Quality Contacts for Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia, North East Nigeria, and Uttar Pradesh, India
Families in high mortality settings need regular contact with high quality health services. This paper presents a method for estimating the population level coverage of high quality contacts.
ReportDissemination activity and impact of maternal and newborn health projects in Ethiopia, India and Nigeria
Report on the dissemination activity and impact of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation implementation projects.
Journal articleMeasurement of delayed bathing and early initiation of breastfeeding: a cross-sectional survey exploring experiences of data collectors in Ethiopia
This paper recommends that the inclusion of standard probes or follow-on questions to the existing survey tools assessing delayed bathing and early initiation of breastfeeding. Data collectors also require further guidance in using appropriate probes to gather accurate maternal responses.
ReportImplementation pathway report: Community Resource Person An intervention by the Technical Support Unit Uttar Pradesh, India, February 2015
Community Resource Persons are local graduate women which support and coordinate frontline workers activities, such as record keeping and home visits, and strengthen Village Health, Sanitation and Nutrition Committees for improved community monitoring of health services and schemes, in Uttar Pradesh, India.
ToolIDEAS Phase 1: Infographic – where we work
These areas have high maternal and newborn mortality rates. Many deaths could be prevented with improved access to effective health care....