BMC Public Health (Accessed 11 November 2017)

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(Accessed 11 November 2017)

Introduction
Introduction: reporting on updates in the scientific basis for the Lives Saved Tool (LiST)
Authors: Neff Walker and Ingrid K. Friberg
Citation: BMC Public Health 2017 17(Suppl 4):774
Published on: 7 November 2017

Research
Water, sanitation and hygiene interventions for acute childhood diarrhea: a systematic review to provide estimates for the Lives Saved Tool
In the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) era, there is growing recognition of the responsibilities of non-health sectors in improving the health of children. Interventions to improve access to clean water, …
Authors: Nazia Darvesh, Jai K. Das, Tyler Vaivada, Michelle F. Gaffey, Kumanan Rasanathan and Zulfiqar A. Bhutta
Citation: BMC Public Health 2017 17(Suppl 4):776
Published on: 7 November 2017

Research
How is the Lives Saved Tool (LiST) used in the global health community? Results of a mixed-methods LiST user study
The Lives Saved Tool (LiST) is a computer-based model that estimates the impact of scaling up key interventions to improve maternal, newborn and child health. Initially developed to inform the Lancet Child Surviv…
Authors: Angela R. Stegmuller, Andrew Self, Kate Litvin and Timothy Roberton
Citation: BMC Public Health 2017 17(Suppl 4):773
Published on: 7 November 2017

Research article
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? Perspectives on HPV vaccination among girls, boys, and parents in the Netherlands: a Q-methodological study
Despite the introduction of Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination in national immunization programs (NIPs), vaccination rates in most countries remain relatively low. An understanding of the reasons underlyin…
Authors: Nathalie J. S. Patty, Hanna Maria van Dijk, Iris Wallenburg, Roland Bal, Theo J. M. Helmerhorst, Job van Exel and Jane Murray Cramm
Citation: BMC Public Health 2017 17:872
Published on: 7 November 2017

Research
A method for estimating maternal and newborn lives saved from health-related investments funded by the UK government Department for International Development using the Lives Saved Tool
In 2010, the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID) committed through its ‘Framework for results for reproductive, maternal and newborn health (RMNH)’ to save 50,000 maternal lives and 2…
Authors: Ingrid K. Friberg, Angela Baschieri and Jo Abbotts
Citation: BMC Public Health 2017 17(Suppl 4):779
Published on: 7 November 2017