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Development of an Early Warning Track and Trigger system for preterm or low-birth weight infants in a low resource setting: results of a mixed-methods study at a national referral hospital in Kenya

Mitchell, Eleanor; Qureshi, Zahida; Were, Fredrick; Daniels, Jane; Gwako, George; Osoti, Alfred; Opira, Jacqueline; Bradshaw, Lucy; Oliver, Mary; Pallotti, Phoebe; Ojha, Shalini

Authors

Eleanor Mitchell 2rd.eleanor.mitchell@nottingham.ac.uk

Zahida Qureshi

Fredrick Were

Jane Daniels

George Gwako

Alfred Osoti

Jacqueline Opira

Lucy Bradshaw

Mary Oliver

Phoebe Pallotti

Shalini Ojha



Journal Article Type Article
Journal BMJ Global Health
Electronic ISSN 2059-7908
Publisher BMJ Publishing Group
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
APA6 Citation Mitchell, E., Qureshi, Z., Were, F., Daniels, J., Gwako, G., Osoti, A., …Ojha, S. (in press). Development of an Early Warning Track and Trigger system for preterm or low-birth weight infants in a low resource setting: results of a mixed-methods study at a national referral hospital in Kenya. BMJ Global Health,
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