Research published today in BMC Public Health explores the extent to which mis-implementation of chronic disease programs is occurring and identifies the factors that contribute to the mis-implementation of these programs in U.S. state health departments. Author Margaret Padek discusses the research findings in this blog.
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Background Recent publications have focused excessively on the mode of delivery. To go beyond the sole question of the mode of delivery, an ontological approach was applied to understand the observation of perinatal morbidity. Indeed, unmeasured fetal and maternal factors can at least partly explain the breech delivery dilemma (planned cesarean section or trial of… Read more »
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