Publish Date: July 2014
Author: Molly K. Miller-Petrie, Goldy Mazia, Magdalena Serpa, Bertha Pooley, Margaret Marshall, Carlos Meléndez, Marisol Vicuña
The Pan American Journal of Public Health included an MCHIP co-authored article in its special issue on “Health in the Americas.” The article – entitled “Building alliances for improving newborn health in Latin America and the Caribbean”—presents the findings from an analysis of the regional Latin American and Caribbean Neonatal Alliance and national neonatal alliances in Bolivia, El Salvador and Peru. The authors illuminate working strategies, structures, and tools for improving neonatal health by working through alliances that can be replicated at the regional or national level.
The open-access article is available for download below.
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