Traditional birth attendant training and local birthing practices in India
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- Prendiville, Noreen, 1998. "The role and effectiveness of traditional birth attendants in Somalia," Evaluation and Program Planning, Elsevier, vol. 21(4), pages 353-361, November.
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- Prata, Ndola & Quaiyum, Md. Abdul & Passano, Paige & Bell, Suzanne & Bohl, Daniel D. & Hossain, Shahed & Azmi, Ashrafi Jahan & Begum, Mohsina, 2012. "Training traditional birth attendants to use misoprostol and an absorbent delivery mat in home births," Social Science & Medicine, Elsevier, vol. 75(11), pages 2021-2027.
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KeywordsMaternal and infant health Traditional birth attendants training Traditional birthing practices Home births Warm chain Hypothermnia Community awareness;
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