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Safe motherhood strategies : a review of the evidence

DE BROUWERE, Vincent
VAN LERBERGHE, Wim
2001

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Includes 19 scientific background papers which review the published and grey literature on a variety of topics around reducing maternal mortality. They were commissioned by the European Commission to inform strategy and policy

Guidelines and principles for the development of disability statistics

UNITED NATIONS
2001

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This publication is aimed at assisting national statistical offices and other producers of disability statistics to improve the collection, compilation and dissemination of disability data. The document addresses methodological issues in the area of disability by providing guidelines and principles related to data collection, through surveys and censuses and also on the compilation, dissemination and usage of data on disability.

Multi-country evaluation of IMCI effectiveness, cost and impact (MCE) : progress report May 2000-April 2001

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO). Department of Child and Adolescent Health and Development
2001

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Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) is a strategy for improving the health of children. The objectives of the multi-country evaluation (MCE) are to evaluate the impact of the IMCI strategy on child health, and the cost-effectiveness of the strategy. The report provides a summary of the evaluation work to date and directions for the future. The chapters cover the methods used in the MCE, summaries of progress and plans in each of the four countries where the evaluation has taken place, and a list of the products of the MCE in terms of evaluation tools, capacity building and the establishment of new knowledge about IMCI implementation. These demonstrate how the MCE is strengthening the knowledge base and capacity for child health programming in developing countries

Assessing telemedicine : a systematic review of the literature

ROINE, R
OHINMAA, A
HAILEY, D
2001

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A systematic review of telemedicine research published 1966-2000 found that most of the available literature referred only to pilot projects and short term outcomes and that most of the studies were of low quality. Convincing evidence was only found for teleradiology, teleneurosurgery, telepsychiatry, transmission of echocardiographic images and the use of electronic referrals enabling email consultations and video conferencing between primary and secondary care

Children and participation : research, monitoring and evaluation with children and young people

SAVE THE CHILDREN UK. Development Dialogue Team
2000

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This book is about participatory information gathering in the process of research, monitoring and evaluation with children and young people. It describes participatory methods of information gathering with children, including drawing, role play, photography and video-making. It also guides teachers, project planners and practitioners towards other sources of information

Gender and health : technical paper

DOYAL, Lesley
1998

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This paper aims to indroduce health policy makers and planners to the concept of gender, and its role in health and health policy and in programme development. It shifts away from 'women in development' to explore 'gender and development', in other words approaching gender as a social rather than a biological idea. It aims to present an accessible review of the literature on gender and health

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