Neonatal Survival in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies: Setting an evidence-based research agenda

This study utilizes the child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative (CHNRI) methodology to prioritize research questions on neonatal health in complex humanitarian emergencies. The authors found that countries with the highest neonatal mortality rates currently or have recently been affected by a complex humanitarian emergency. This study strives to fill the knowledge gap by identifying research priorities for neonatal health and survival in complex humanitarian emergencies.

Published 2016-11-03

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