Will Measuring the Quality of Antenatal Care Tell Us How It Works?
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This study examines prenatal care to determine which elements improve birth outcomes. The conclusions indicate that human resource development among health care workers, through activities such as continuing education and recertification, can dramatically improve health care outcomes, particularly for an infant's birth weight.
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