African Population Studies

African Population Studies/Etude de la Population Africaine is a  bilingual journal [English and French] published twice a year in April and October by the Union for African Population Studies. It publishes dependable and timely information emanating from original research on African population, development and related fields. Papers are invited from researchers and others working in the population field.

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Vol 29, No 1 (2015)

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Vol 29, No 1 (2015): Supplement on Leveraging Mobile Technology to Reduce Barriers to Maternal, Newborn And Child Health Care

Guest Editor: Jean Christophe Fotso

Table of Contents

Articles

Leveraging mobile technology to reduce barriers to maternal, newborn and child health care: a contribution to the evidence base PDF
Jean Christophe Fotso, Amy Tsui 1597-1606
Fostering the use of quasi-experimental designs for evaluating public health interventions: insights from an mHealth project in Malawi PDF
Jean Christophe Fotso, Amanda Lea Robinson, A. Camielle Noordam, Jessica Crawford 1607-1627
Where there is no phone: The benefits and limitations of using intermediaries to extend the reach of mHealth to individuals without personal phones in Malawi PDF
Erin Larsen-Cooper, Emily Bancroft, Maggie O’Toole, Zachariah Jezman 1628-1642
Improving care-seeking for facility-based health services in a rural, resource-limited setting: Effects and potential of an mHealth project PDF
Ariel Higgins-Steele, A. Camielle Noordam, Jessica Crawford, Jean Christophe Fotso 1643-1662
Strengthening the home-to-facility continuum of newborn and child health care through mHealth: Evidence from an intervention in rural Malawi PDF
Jean Christophe Fotso, Lauren Bellhouse, Linda Vesel, Zachariah Jezman 1663-1682
Application of mHealth to improve service delivery and health outcomes: Opportunities and challenges PDF
Linda Vesel, David Hipgrave, Justine Dowden, Wanjiku Kariuki 1683-1698
Accelerating and improving survey implementation with mobile technology: Lessons from PMA2020 implementation in Lagos, Nigeria PDF
Linnea Zimmerman, Funmilola OlaOlorun, Scott Radloff 1699-1712
Applying Human Rights-Based Approaches to Public Health: Lessons Learned from Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Programs PDF
Allison Smith-Estelle, Laura Ferguson, Sofia Gruskin 1713-1728
A Look Back to Look Forward: A Multidisciplinary Evaluation of an mHealth Service in Malawi PDF
Patricia N. Mechael 1729-1733



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