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    • Randomised comparison of two household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five countries: the Every Newborn-INDEPTH study 

      Akuze, Joseph; Blencowe, Hannah; Waiswa, Peter; Baschieri, Angela; Gordeev, Vladmir S.; Kwesiga, Doris; Fisker, Ane B.; Thysen, Sanne M.; Rodrigues, Amabelia; Biks, Gashaw A.; Abebe, Solomon M.; Gelaye, Kassahun A.; Mengistu, Mezgebu Y.; Geremew, Bisrat M.; Delele, Tadesse G.; Tesega, Adane K.; Yitayew, Temesgen A.; Kasasa, Simon; Galiwango, Edward; Natukwatsa, Davis; Kajungu, Dan; Enuameh, Yeetey A.K.; Nettey, Obed E.; Dzabeng, Francis; Amenga-Etego, Seeba; Newton, Sam K.; Tawiah, Charlotte; Asante, Kwaku P.; Owusu-Agyei, Seth; Alam, Nurul; Haider, Moinuddin M.; Imam, Ali; Mahmud, Kaiser; Cousens, Simon; Lawn, Joy E. (Elsevier, 2020)
      Background An estimated 5·1 million stillbirths and neonatal deaths occur annually. Household surveys, most notably the Demographic and Health Survey (DHS), run in more than 90 countries and are the main data source from ...