Postnatal care by provider type and neonatal death in sub-Saharan Africa: a multilevel analysis

Title

Postnatal care by provider type and neonatal death in sub-Saharan Africa: a multilevel analysis

Creator

Singh K; Brodish P; Haney E

Publisher

Bmc Public Health

Date

2014

Subject

Infant Mortality; Neonatal mortality; Scale-up; Skilled providers; Unskilled providers

Description

Globally postnatal care (PNC) of the newborn is being promoted as a strategy to reduce neonatal deaths, yet few studies have looked at associations between early PNC and neonatal outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa. In this study we look at the associations of PNC provided on day 1 and by day 7 of life by type of provider – skilled (doctor, midwife or nurse or unskilled (traditional birth attendant or community health worker) on neonatal death on days 2 to 7 and days 2 to 28. PMID: 25208951
2014-09

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

941-941

Issue

1

Volume

14

Citation

Singh K; Brodish P; Haney E, “Postnatal care by provider type and neonatal death in sub-Saharan Africa: a multilevel analysis,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed October 21, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/14802.

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