Research, Tools, and Guides
The BetterBirth program published 6-month longitudinal data results from the LIFE Study on feeding and growth patterns among moderately low birthweight infants in resource-limited settings.
New research from BetterBirth and Noora Health that set out to understand how and why knowledge and behaviors of maternal and newborn care behaviors change ( as a result of a family caregiver-centered neonatal education program.
The latest research from our Safe Surgery/Safe Systems team that aims to bring together two of the most powerful tools in Surgical Safety and Quality across the globe.
Published in the American Journal of Public Health, Ariadne Labs, together with Boston Children’s Hospital and Google, share lessons learned from the Vaccine Equity Planner and how the tool can identify “vaccine deserts” and support decision makers.
The BetterBirth program and their global partners hosted this session at HSR 2022 in Bogota, Colombia to share findings from the LIFE Study and discuss how to improve care for the millions of small and sick newborns born each year.
Our Better Evidence team published in BMJ Open on the barriers and facilitators of UpToDate use in resource-limited settings.
Our PHC team’s latest publication in JAMA where they assessed whether FQHC-level telehealth availability was associated with visit rates for patients with mental health diagnoses enrolled in Medicaid and served by FQHCs
Drs. Eric Goralnick, Eric Elster, and Jonathan Woodson pen a perspective in Annals of Surgery to call for investing, developing, and growing Military Civilian Partnerships.
BetterBirth’s Megan Marx Delaney spoke on the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition’s webinar series on recent findings from the BetterBirth trial on oxytocin use.
The Safe Surgery/Safe Systems team publishes their results on a framework to breathe new life into their checklist and transform their safety culture.