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Friday, June 18 • 9:00am - 10:45am
G3: Research Track: NIGH Panel: Improved Methodologies in MCH Research

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Presenters Discuss:
the relative cost effective benefits of different methods of sterilization in the developing world context (Sub Saharan Africa); the dynamics of child stunting in rural Guatemala and the importance of integrating quantitative data and ethnographic insights in program evaluation (Guatemala); the free, government run maternal healthcare system in Sri Lanka, utilization of care by mothers and pregnant women, and barriers to access in rural areas of the Kandy District such as language, geography, and working in the tea estate sector (Sri Lanka); a model for developing locally appropriate mental health screening tools (Rwanda); and institutionalized delivery versus quality care, quality improvement methodology's advantages in hospital based interventions, and how partograph use can facilitate quality improvement (Dominican Republic).

Friday June 18, 2010 9:00am - 10:45am EDT
Congressional Room

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