NIHR GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH GROUP ON PRETERM BIRTH AND STILLBIRTH AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH - THE DIPLOMATIC COLLABORATION

Contributors:
  1. Jane E Norman
  2. Effie Chipeta
  3. James Boardman
  4. Rebecca Reynolds,
  5. Sarah Cunningham-Burley
  6. Hilary Pinnock
  7. Fadhila Mazanderani
  8. Sarah Parry
  9. Aisha Holloway
  10. Corrine Love
  11. Caroline Hollins Martin
  12. Brian Magowan
  13. Frank Taulo
  14. Gladys Membe-Gadama,
  15. Amelia Crampin
  16. Bridget Freyne
  17. Doris Kayambo
  18. Queen Dube
  19. Khonwhani Kawaza
  20. Elizabeth Chodzaza
  21. Thomas Sukwa
  22. Everist Njelesani,
  23. Cathrine Mkandawire
  24. Jean Desire Kabamba

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Description: Using eviDence, Implementation science, and a clinical trial PLatform to Optimise MATernal and newborn health in LICs (DIPLOMATIC)

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SUMMARY: The DIPOMATIC Collaboration is an National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) global health research group, based in the UK, Malawi and Zambia. The aim of DIPLOMATIC is to reduce preterm birth and stillbirth and to optimise outcomes for babies born preterm In Malawi and Zambia. Annual deaths from preterm birth and stillbirth in Malawi and Zambia are over 36,500: the World Health Organi...

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  • The DIPLOMATIC Collaboration, Work Package 2_contextual information

    von Wissmann, Wastnedge, Waters & 10 more
    The purpose of this paper is to provide key contextual information on the existing data infrastructures relating to perinatal health within Malawi.

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  • The DIPLOMATIC Collaboration, Work Package2_Coredata set

    von Wissmann, Gadama, Queen Dube & 6 more
    Core datasets on maternity and neonatal care in DIPLOMATIC participating hospitals

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  • The DIPLOMATIC Collaboration_ WP1_Zambia

    Syacumpi, Mwaba, Mkandawire & 4 more
    Report on the key findings of a review of effective Evidence Based Practices (EBP) barriers and facilitators in the prevention of preterm and stillbir...

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