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Impact of various types of near work and time spent outdoors at different times of day on visual acuity and refractive error among Chinese school-going children

Conceptualization: Ning Neil Yu, Nathan Congdon. Formal analysis: Hongyu Guan, Ning Neil Yu. Funding acquisition: Matthew Boswell, Yaojiang Shi, Scott Rozelle, Nathan Congdon. Investigation: Ning Neil Yu, Matthew ... Boswell, Yaojiang Shi, Scott Rozelle, Nathan Congdon. Methodology: Huan Wang, Scott Rozelle, Nathan Congdon. Project administration: Hongyu Guan, Huan Wang, Matthew Boswell. Resources: Matthew Boswell

Medical waste management in three areas of rural China

Gao, Yaojiang Shi, Scott Rozelle, Sean Sylvia. S4 Table. Original survey questionnaire used in the study. (DOCX) We would like to thank all of the enumerators that participated in the study for their ... hard Investigation: Qiufeng Gao, Yaojiang Shi, Di Mo, Jingchun Nie, Scott Rozelle, Sean Sylvia. Methodology: Scott Rozelle, Sean Sylvia. Project administration: Qiufeng Gao, Yaojiang Shi, Di Mo

The gender gap among school children in poor rural areas of western China: evidence from a multi-province dataset

Background The gender gap remains a major impediment in the path towards equality and it is especially wide in low-income countries. Up to the early 2000s, many studies documented extensive inequalities in China: girls had poorer health, less nutrition and less education than their male counterparts. The goal of this study is to examine whether the gender gap persists, given that...

The gender gap among school children in poor rural areas of western China: evidence from a multi-province dataset

The gender gap remains a major impediment in the path towards equality and it is especially wide in low-income countries. Up to the early 2000s, many studies documented extensive inequalities in China: girls had poorer health, less nutrition and less education than their male counterparts. The goal of this study is to examine whether the gender gap persists, given that China is...

Nutritional Deficiencies, the Absence of Information and Caregiver Shortcomings: A Qualitative Analysis of Infant Feeding Practices in Rural China

Background and Objectives Development during the first two years of life is critical and has a lasting impact on a child’s health. Poor infant and child nutrition can lead to deficiencies in essential micronutrients, which may cause a weakened immune system and lasting effects on children's growth and development. Recent studies in rural Shaanxi Province found an anemia...

Survey using incognito standardized patients shows poor quality care in China’s rural clinics

Over the past decade, China has implemented reforms designed to expand access to health care in rural areas. Little objective evidence exists, however, on the quality of that care. This study reports results from a standardized patient study designed to assess the quality of care delivered by village clinicians in rural China. To measure quality, we recruited individuals from the...