Advanced search    

Search: authors:"Natalie Carvalho"

6 papers found.
Use AND, OR, NOT, +word, -word, "long phrase", (parentheses) to fine-tune your search.

Capturing Budget Impact Considerations Within Economic Evaluations: A Systematic Review of Economic Evaluations of Rotavirus Vaccine in Low- and Middle-Income Countries and a Proposed Assessment Framework

wrote the report with input from all authors. All authors approved the final version of the report. Compliance with Ethical Standards Funding Natalie Carvalho was funded by the University of Melbourne ... Natalie Carvalho, Mark Jit, Sarah Cox, Joanne Yoong and Raymond C.W. Hutubessy have no conflicts of interest directly relevant to the content of this article. Data availability statement This article is a

More Evidence on the Impact of India's Conditional Cash Transfer Program, Janani Suraksha Yojana: Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of the Effects on Childhood Immunization and Other Reproductive and Child Health Outcomes

. - Funding: Natalie Carvalho was supported by the Harvard University Graduate Society Dissertation Completion Fellowship from September 2011 to May 2012. No other sources of funding were received. The funders

National and sub-national analysis of the health benefits and cost-effectiveness of strategies to reduce maternal mortality in Afghanistan

contributions to this analysis. This work was supported by the John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation [#07-89007-0 00GSS and #10-97002000-INP]. Natalie Carvalho was also supported by the Social Sciences and

Alternative Strategies to Reduce Maternal Mortality in India: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

A cost-effectiveness study by Sue Goldie and colleagues finds that better family planning, provision of safe abortion, and improved intrapartum and emergency obstetrical care could reduce maternal mortality in India by 75% in 5 years.

Characterizing the Epidemiological Transition in Mexico: National and Subnational Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors

Background Rates of diseases and injuries and the effects of their risk factors can have substantial subnational heterogeneity, especially in middle-income countries like Mexico. Subnational analysis of the burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors can improve characterization of the epidemiological transition and identify policy priorities. Methods and Findings We estimated...