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Maternal death inquiry and response in India--the impact of contextual factors on defining an optimal model to help meet critical maternal health policy objectives


, : Maternal death inquiry and response in India--the impact of contextual factors on defining an optimal model to help meet critical maternal health policy objectives. Health Research Policy and Systems 9: 41-41



Accession: 054269700

PMID: 22128848

DOI: 10.1186/1478-4505-9-41

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