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April Postings on Child Survival

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April Postings on Child Survival

Please find below, with weblinks, the titles of selected items posted to www.childsurvival.net in April 2019.

Of particular interest are item 1, on global polio surveillance, item 2, on global routine coverage, item 3, on EIRs (electronic immunization registers), item 4, on the current Ebola outbreak in DRC, and item 5, on progress towards hep B elimination in the Western Pacific region.

The all-important topic of routine immunization is discussed in items 2, 6, 7, 8, 10 16, 17, 19, 21, 22 and 24.

Good reading.

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Article Title

  1. 1.     Surveillance to track progress towards polio eradication worldwide, 2017-2018


  1. 2.     Global Routine Vaccination Coverage – 2017


  1. 3.     Redefining vaccination coverage and timeliness measures using electronic immunization registry data in low- and middle-income countries


  1. 4.     Institutional trust and misinformation in the response to the 2018–19 Ebola outbreak in North Kivu, DR Congo: a population-based survey


  1. 5.     Progress Toward Hepatitis B Control and Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of Hepatitis B Virus - Western Pacific Region, 2005-2017


  1. Coverage and timeliness of vaccination and the validity of routine estimates: Insights from a vaccine registry in Kenya


  1. Building health workforce capacity for planning and monitoring through the Strengthening Technical Assistance for routine immunization training (START) approach in Uganda.


  1. Mapping diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus vaccine coverage in Africa, 2000-2016: a spatial and temporal modelling study


  1. Delivery of Multiple Child and Maternal Health Interventions during Supplementary Immunization Campaign in Rwanda, 2013: Lessons Learnt.


10.  The impact of supplementary immunization activities on routine vaccination coverage: An instrumental variable analysis in five low-income countries


11.  Elimination of Epidemic Meningitis in the African Region: Progress and Challenges: 2010-2016


12.  Five-year experience of African Vaccination Week implemented by the WHO Regional Office


13.  Towards equity in immunisation.


14.  Using the polio programme to deliver primary health care in Nigeria: implementation research


15.  The value of tailoring vial sizes to populations and locations


16.  Routine immunization community surveys as a tool for guiding program implementation in Kaduna state, Nigeria 2015-2016


17.  Factors influencing the routine immunization status of children aged 2-3 years in China


18.  Micro-planning for immunization in Kaduna State, Nigeria: Lessons learnt, 2017


19.  Factors influencing the performance of routine immunization in urban areas: A comparative case study of two cities in Cameroon: Douala and Yaoundé.


20.  Introduction of Typhoid Conjugate Vaccines in Africa and Asia


21.  Seroprotection at different levels of the health care system after routine vaccination with DTPw-HepB-Hib in Lao PDR


22.  Vaccine non-receipt and refusal in Ethiopia: The expanded program on immunization coverage survey, 2012


23.  Delivery of Multiple Child and Maternal Health Interventions during Supplementary Immunization Campaign in Rwanda, 2013: Lessons Learnt


24.  Equity and determinants of routine child immunisation programme among tribal and non-tribal populations in rural Tangail subdistrict, Bangladesh: a cohort study


25.  Artificial Intelligence in Global Health


26.  Recent Citations on Measles and Measles Elimination


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