Items where Author is "AbouZahr, C."

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Chandramohan, D. and Fottrell, E. and Leitao, J. and Nichols, E. and Clark, S. J. and Alsokhn, C. and Cobos Muñoz, D. and AbouZahr, C. and Di Pasquale, A. and Mswia, R. and Choi, E. and Baiden, F. and Thomas, J. and Lyatuu, I. and Li, Z. and Larbi-Debrah, P. and Chu, Y. and Cheburet, S. and Sankoh, O. and Mohamed Badr, A. and Fat, D. M. and Setel, P. and Jakob, R. and de Savigny, D.. (2021) Estimating causes of death where there is no medical certification: evolution and state of the art of verbal autopsy. Glob Health Action, 14 (Suppl. 1). p. 1982486.

AbouZahr, C. and Bratschi, M. W. and Cercone, E. and Mangharam, A. and de Savigny, D. and Dincu, I. and Forsingdal, A. B. and Joos, O. and Kamal, M. and Fat, D. M. and Mathenge, G. and Marinho, F. and Mitra, R. G. and Montgomery, J. and Muhwava, W. and Mwamba, R. and Mwanza, J. and Onaka, A. and Sejersen, T. B. and Tuoane-Nkhasi, M. and Sferrazza, L. and Setel, P.. (2021) The COVID-19 pandemic: effects on civil registration of births and deaths and on availability and utility of vital events data. American journal of public health, 111 (6). pp. 1123-1131.

Setel, P. and AbouZahr, C. and Atuheire, E. B. and Bratschi, M. and Cercone, E. and Chinganya, O. and Clapham, B. and Clark, S. J. and Congdon, C. and de Savigny, D. and Karpati, A. and Nichols, E. and Jakob, R. and Mwanza, J. and Muhwava, W. and Nahmias, P. and Ortiz, E. M. and Tshangela, A.. (2020) Mortality surveillance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 98. p. 374.

Ekström, A. M. and Clark, J. and Byass, P. and Lopez, A. and de Savigny, D. and Moyer, C. A. and Campbell, H. and Gage, A. J. and Bocquier, P. and AbouZahr, C. and Sankoh, O.. (2016) INDEPTH Network : contributing to the data revolution. The lancet. Diabetes & endocrinology, 4 (2). p. 97.

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