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Research priorities Preterm still birth

Setting research priorities for birth asphyxia

A Pilot Study to Determine if Nurses Trained in Basic

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basic newborn resuscitation a practical guide

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Comparison of two training strategies foressential newborn care in Brazil

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Effect of Newborn Resuscitation Training on HealthWorker Practices in Pumwani Hospital, Kenya

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Essential newborn care training activities 8years ofexperience in Eastern European, Caucasian andCentral Asian countries

Evidence-based, cost-effective interventions how manynewborn babies can we save

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Research

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