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|2014-09-27||Country experience with strengthening of health systems and deployment of midwives in countries with high maternal mortality||Van Lerberghe, W; Matthews, Z; Achadi, E; Ancona, C; Campbell, J; Channon, A; De Bernis, L; De Brouwere, V; Fauveau, V; Fogstad, H; Koblinsky, M; Liljestrand, J; Mechbal, A; Murray, SF; Rathavay, T; Rehr, H; Richard, F; Ten Hoope-Bender, P; Turkmani, S|
|2017-05||Progress and inequities in maternal mortality in Afghanistan (RAMOS-II): a retrospective observational study||Bartlett, L; LeFevre, A; Zimmerman, L; Saeedzai, SA; Turkmani, S; Zabih, W; Tappis, H; Becker, S; Winch, P; Koblinsky, M; Rahmanzai, AJ|
|2015-01-01||Use of clinical guidelines: Perspectives from clinicians in paediatric and maternity hospitals in Kabul, Afghanistan||Graham, H; Tokhi, M; Edward, A; Salehi, AS; Turkmani, S; Duke, T; Bartlett, L|
|2016-04-20||Context matters: Successes and challenges of intrapartum care scale-up in four districts of Afghanistan||Tappis, H; Koblinsky, M; Winch, PJ; Turkmani, S; Bartlett, L|
|2014-01-01||Establishing midwifery in low-resource settings: Guidance from a mixed-methods evaluation of the Afghanistan midwifery education program||Zainullah, P; Ansari, N; Yari, K; Azimi, M; Turkmani, S; Azfar, P; LeFevre, A; Mungia, J; Gubin, R; Kim, YM; Bartlett, L|
|2013-01-01||'Midwives are the backbone of our health system': Lessons from afghanistan to guide expansion of midwifery in challenging settings||Turkmani, S; Currie, S; Mungia, J; Assefi, N; Javed Rahmanzai, A; Azfar, P; Bartlett, L|