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  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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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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