Preventable Feto-Infant Mortality
Heaman, Maureen, Elliott, Lawrence J., Beaudoin, Carole, Baker, Lynn, et al., Canadian Journal of Public Health
Application of a Conceptual Framework for Perinatal
Health Surveillance to Manitoba Perinatal Outcomes
Background: Perinatal health surveillance systems have lacked conceptual frameworks to translate data into information for policy and program planning. This paper demonstrates the application of a conceptual framework in the analysis of feto-infant mortality data in the province of Manitoba.
Methods: Fetal and infant deaths were categorized according to a two-dimensional framework of birthweight and age-at-death, and grouped into four broad categories of contributors to perinatal health: Maternal Health, Maternal Care, Newborn Care, and Infant …
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Publication information: Article title: Preventable Feto-Infant Mortality. Contributors: Heaman, Maureen - Author, Elliott, Lawrence J. - Author, Beaudoin, Carole - Author, Baker, Lynn - Author, et al. - Author. Journal title: Canadian Journal of Public Health. Volume: 93. Publication date: November/December 2002. Page number: S27+. © Canadian Public Health Association Jan/Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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