Global use of the WHO Pocket Book of Hospital Care for Children : a systematic survey

  • Li M
  • Kelly J
  • Subhi R
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Abstract

Conclusion: More than half of all LMICs with high rates of child mortality have reported use and substantial implementation activities, a considerable achievement given minimal resources available for implementation. Improving the accessibility of the Pocket Book and its implementation tools to health workers, and developing a strategic approach to implementation in each country could improve quality of hospital care for children and support efforts towards achieving the Millennium Development Goal 4 targets.

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  • children
  • hospitals
  • implementation
  • practice guidelines
  • training
  • who

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Authors

  • Michelle Y Li

  • Julian Kelly

  • Rami Subhi

  • Wilson Were

  • Trevor Duke

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