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Simulation-based low-dose, high-frequency plus mobile mentoring versus traditional group-based training approaches on day of birth care among maternal and newborn healthcare providers in Ebonyi and Kogi States, Nigeria; a randomized controlled trial

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(Published August, 2018)
Ugwa, E. (Author),
Otolorin, E. (Author),
Kabue, M. (Author),
Ishola, G. (Author),
Evans, C. (Author),
Oniyire, A. (Author),
Olisaekee, G. (Author),
Onwe, B. (Author),
LeFevre, A. (Author),
Bluestone, J. (Author),
Orji, B. (Author),
Yenokyan, G. (Author),
Okoli, U. (Author)
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The Low dose, High frequency [LDHF] approach uses in-service learning updates to deliver information based on local needs during short, structured, onsite, interactive learning activities that involve the entire team and are spaced over time to optimize learning. The aim of this study will be to compare the effectiveness and cost of LDHF versus TRADItional approaches in improving knowledge and skill in maternal and newborn care and to determine trainees’ satisfaction with the approaches in Ebonyi and Kogi states, Nigeria

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Ugwa E. et al. 2018 Simulation-based low-dose, high-frequency plus mobile mentoring versus traditional group-based training approaches on day of birth care among maternal and newborn healthcare providers in Ebonyi and Kogi States, Nigeria; a randomized controlled trial. BMC Health Services Research. 18:630. DOI:10.1186/s12913-018-3405-2