Most of the world’s neonatal deaths occur in remote rural homes in sub-Saharan African regions and other low-income rural settings. The aim of Michael Mwaniki’s research is to increase knowledge in a number of areas required to effectively manage neonatal care in health facilities in these regions. His case studies focus on the burden and outcome of neonatal conditions in Kilifi District Hospital in Kenya.
M.K. Mwaniki: Burden and Outcome of Neonatal Diseases and Conditions at a Rural District Hospital Setting in Kenya.
Prof. M. Boele van Hensbroek
Prof. C.R.J.C Newton (University of Oxford)
Prof. P.A. Kager
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