The impact of mobile phone based health promotion services on maternal, neonatal and infant healthcare behaviour in resource-limited countries: lessons from a case study in Bangladesh
As mobile phone technology has improved, health services provided via mobile phones (mHealth), have spread around the world including hard-to- reach areas. mHealth services have been popularized in developing countries to reduce maternal and under-5 child mortality. Although there is evidence that text messages make a significant improvement to maternal and new born health indicators, the effect of voice messages is under-researched. In this thesis I have investigated Bangladesh's first...[Show more]
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