"Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites

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"Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites. / Baschieri, Angela; Gordeev, Vladimir S; Akuze, Joseph; Kwesiga, Doris; Blencowe, Hannah; Cousens, Simon; Waiswa, Peter; Fisker, Ane B; Thysen, Sanne M; Rodrigues, Amabelia; Biks, Gashaw A; Abebe, Solomon M; Gelaye, Kassahun A; Mengistu, Mezgebu Y; Geremew, Bisrat M; Delele, Tadesse G; Tesega, Adane K; Yitayew, Temesgen A; Kasasa, Simon; Galiwango, Edward; Natukwatsa, Davis; Kajungu, Dan; Enuameh, Yeetey Ak; Nettey, Obed E; Dzabeng, Francis; Amenga-Etego, Seeba; Newton, Sam K; Manu, Alexander A; Tawiah, Charlotte; Asante, Kwaku P; Owusu-Agyei, Seth; Alam, Nurul; Haider, M M; Alam, Sayed S; Arnold, Fred; Byass, Peter; Croft, Trevor N; Herbst, Kobus; Kishor, Sunita; Serbanescu, Florina; Lawn, Joy E.

In: Journal of global health, Vol. 9, No. 1, 010901, 2019.

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Baschieri, A, Gordeev, VS, Akuze, J, Kwesiga, D, Blencowe, H, Cousens, S, Waiswa, P, Fisker, AB, Thysen, SM, Rodrigues, A, Biks, GA, Abebe, SM, Gelaye, KA, Mengistu, MY, Geremew, BM, Delele, TG, Tesega, AK, Yitayew, TA, Kasasa, S, Galiwango, E, Natukwatsa, D, Kajungu, D, Enuameh, YA, Nettey, OE, Dzabeng, F, Amenga-Etego, S, Newton, SK, Manu, AA, Tawiah, C, Asante, KP, Owusu-Agyei, S, Alam, N, Haider, MM, Alam, SS, Arnold, F, Byass, P, Croft, TN, Herbst, K, Kishor, S, Serbanescu, F & Lawn, JE 2019, '"Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites', Journal of global health, vol. 9, no. 1, 010901. https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.09.010901

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Baschieri, A., Gordeev, V. S., Akuze, J., Kwesiga, D., Blencowe, H., Cousens, S., Waiswa, P., Fisker, A. B., Thysen, S. M., Rodrigues, A., Biks, G. A., Abebe, S. M., Gelaye, K. A., Mengistu, M. Y., Geremew, B. M., Delele, T. G., Tesega, A. K., Yitayew, T. A., Kasasa, S., ... Lawn, J. E. (2019). "Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites. Journal of global health, 9(1), [010901]. https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.09.010901

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Baschieri A, Gordeev VS, Akuze J, Kwesiga D, Blencowe H, Cousens S, Waiswa P, Fisker AB, Thysen SM, Rodrigues A, Biks GA, Abebe SM, Gelaye KA, Mengistu MY, Geremew BM, Delele TG, Tesega AK, Yitayew TA, Kasasa S, Galiwango E, Natukwatsa D, Kajungu D, Enuameh YA, Nettey OE, Dzabeng F, Amenga-Etego S, Newton SK, Manu AA, Tawiah C, Asante KP, Owusu-Agyei S, Alam N, Haider MM, Alam SS, Arnold F, Byass P, Croft TN, Herbst K, Kishor S, Serbanescu F, Lawn JE. 2019. "Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites. Journal of global health. 9(1):Article 010901. https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.09.010901

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Baschieri, Angela ; Gordeev, Vladimir S ; Akuze, Joseph ; Kwesiga, Doris ; Blencowe, Hannah ; Cousens, Simon ; Waiswa, Peter ; Fisker, Ane B ; Thysen, Sanne M ; Rodrigues, Amabelia ; Biks, Gashaw A ; Abebe, Solomon M ; Gelaye, Kassahun A ; Mengistu, Mezgebu Y ; Geremew, Bisrat M ; Delele, Tadesse G ; Tesega, Adane K ; Yitayew, Temesgen A ; Kasasa, Simon ; Galiwango, Edward ; Natukwatsa, Davis ; Kajungu, Dan ; Enuameh, Yeetey Ak ; Nettey, Obed E ; Dzabeng, Francis ; Amenga-Etego, Seeba ; Newton, Sam K ; Manu, Alexander A ; Tawiah, Charlotte ; Asante, Kwaku P ; Owusu-Agyei, Seth ; Alam, Nurul ; Haider, M M ; Alam, Sayed S ; Arnold, Fred ; Byass, Peter ; Croft, Trevor N ; Herbst, Kobus ; Kishor, Sunita ; Serbanescu, Florina ; Lawn, Joy E. / "Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites. In: Journal of global health. 2019 ; Vol. 9, No. 1.

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title = "{"}Every Newborn-INDEPTH{"} (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites",
abstract = "Background: Under-five and maternal mortality were halved in the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) era, with slower reductions for 2.6 million neonatal deaths and 2.6 million stillbirths. The Every Newborn Action Plan aims to accelerate progress towards national targets, and includes an ambitious Measurement Improvement Roadmap. Population-based household surveys, notably Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys, are major sources of population-level data on child mortality in countries with weaker civil registration and vital statistics systems, where over two-thirds of global child deaths occur. To estimate neonatal/child mortality and pregnancy outcomes (stillbirths, miscarriages, birthweight, gestational age) the most common direct methods are: (1) the standard DHS-7 with Full Birth History with additional questions on pregnancy losses in the past 5 years (FBH+) or (2) a Full Pregnancy History (FPH). No direct comparison of these two methods has been undertaken, although descriptive analyses suggest that the FBH+ may underestimate mortality rates particularly for stillbirths.Methods: This is the protocol paper for the Every Newborn-INDEPTH study (INDEPTH Network, International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and their Health Every Newborn, Every Newborn Action Plan), aiming to undertake a randomised comparison of FBH+ and FPH to measure pregnancy outcomes in a household survey in five selected INDEPTH Network sites in Africa and South Asia (Bandim in urban and rural Guinea-Bissau; Dabat in Ethiopia; IgangaMayuge in Uganda; Kintampo in Ghana; Matlab in Bangladesh). The survey will reach >68 000 pregnancies to assess if there is ≥15% difference in stillbirth rates. Additional questions will capture birthweight, gestational age, birth/death certification, termination of pregnancy and fertility intentions. The World Bank's Survey Solutions platform will be tailored for data collection, including recording paradata to evaluate timing. A mixed methods assessment of barriers and enablers to reporting of pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes will be undertaken.Conclusions: This large-scale study is the first randomised comparison of these two methods to capture pregnancy outcomes. Results are expected to inform the evidence base for survey methodology, especially in DHS, regarding capture of stillbirths and other outcomes, notably neonatal deaths, abortions (spontaneous and induced), birthweight and gestational age. In addition, this study will inform strategies to improve health and demographic surveillance capture of neonatal/child mortality and pregnancy outcomes.",
author = "Angela Baschieri and Gordeev, {Vladimir S} and Joseph Akuze and Doris Kwesiga and Hannah Blencowe and Simon Cousens and Peter Waiswa and Fisker, {Ane B} and Thysen, {Sanne M} and Amabelia Rodrigues and Biks, {Gashaw A} and Abebe, {Solomon M} and Gelaye, {Kassahun A} and Mengistu, {Mezgebu Y} and Geremew, {Bisrat M} and Delele, {Tadesse G} and Tesega, {Adane K} and Yitayew, {Temesgen A} and Simon Kasasa and Edward Galiwango and Davis Natukwatsa and Dan Kajungu and Enuameh, {Yeetey Ak} and Nettey, {Obed E} and Francis Dzabeng and Seeba Amenga-Etego and Newton, {Sam K} and Manu, {Alexander A} and Charlotte Tawiah and Asante, {Kwaku P} and Seth Owusu-Agyei and Nurul Alam and Haider, {M M} and Alam, {Sayed S} and Fred Arnold and Peter Byass and Croft, {Trevor N} and Kobus Herbst and Sunita Kishor and Florina Serbanescu and Lawn, {Joy E}",
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language = "English",
volume = "9",
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T1 - "Every Newborn-INDEPTH" (EN-INDEPTH) study protocol for a randomised comparison of household survey modules for measuring stillbirths and neonatal deaths in five Health and Demographic Surveillance sites

AU - Baschieri, Angela

AU - Gordeev, Vladimir S

AU - Akuze, Joseph

AU - Kwesiga, Doris

AU - Blencowe, Hannah

AU - Cousens, Simon

AU - Waiswa, Peter

AU - Fisker, Ane B

AU - Thysen, Sanne M

AU - Rodrigues, Amabelia

AU - Biks, Gashaw A

AU - Abebe, Solomon M

AU - Gelaye, Kassahun A

AU - Mengistu, Mezgebu Y

AU - Geremew, Bisrat M

AU - Delele, Tadesse G

AU - Tesega, Adane K

AU - Yitayew, Temesgen A

AU - Kasasa, Simon

AU - Galiwango, Edward

AU - Natukwatsa, Davis

AU - Kajungu, Dan

AU - Enuameh, Yeetey Ak

AU - Nettey, Obed E

AU - Dzabeng, Francis

AU - Amenga-Etego, Seeba

AU - Newton, Sam K

AU - Manu, Alexander A

AU - Tawiah, Charlotte

AU - Asante, Kwaku P

AU - Owusu-Agyei, Seth

AU - Alam, Nurul

AU - Haider, M M

AU - Alam, Sayed S

AU - Arnold, Fred

AU - Byass, Peter

AU - Croft, Trevor N

AU - Herbst, Kobus

AU - Kishor, Sunita

AU - Serbanescu, Florina

AU - Lawn, Joy E

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Background: Under-five and maternal mortality were halved in the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) era, with slower reductions for 2.6 million neonatal deaths and 2.6 million stillbirths. The Every Newborn Action Plan aims to accelerate progress towards national targets, and includes an ambitious Measurement Improvement Roadmap. Population-based household surveys, notably Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys, are major sources of population-level data on child mortality in countries with weaker civil registration and vital statistics systems, where over two-thirds of global child deaths occur. To estimate neonatal/child mortality and pregnancy outcomes (stillbirths, miscarriages, birthweight, gestational age) the most common direct methods are: (1) the standard DHS-7 with Full Birth History with additional questions on pregnancy losses in the past 5 years (FBH+) or (2) a Full Pregnancy History (FPH). No direct comparison of these two methods has been undertaken, although descriptive analyses suggest that the FBH+ may underestimate mortality rates particularly for stillbirths.Methods: This is the protocol paper for the Every Newborn-INDEPTH study (INDEPTH Network, International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and their Health Every Newborn, Every Newborn Action Plan), aiming to undertake a randomised comparison of FBH+ and FPH to measure pregnancy outcomes in a household survey in five selected INDEPTH Network sites in Africa and South Asia (Bandim in urban and rural Guinea-Bissau; Dabat in Ethiopia; IgangaMayuge in Uganda; Kintampo in Ghana; Matlab in Bangladesh). The survey will reach >68 000 pregnancies to assess if there is ≥15% difference in stillbirth rates. Additional questions will capture birthweight, gestational age, birth/death certification, termination of pregnancy and fertility intentions. The World Bank's Survey Solutions platform will be tailored for data collection, including recording paradata to evaluate timing. A mixed methods assessment of barriers and enablers to reporting of pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes will be undertaken.Conclusions: This large-scale study is the first randomised comparison of these two methods to capture pregnancy outcomes. Results are expected to inform the evidence base for survey methodology, especially in DHS, regarding capture of stillbirths and other outcomes, notably neonatal deaths, abortions (spontaneous and induced), birthweight and gestational age. In addition, this study will inform strategies to improve health and demographic surveillance capture of neonatal/child mortality and pregnancy outcomes.

AB - Background: Under-five and maternal mortality were halved in the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) era, with slower reductions for 2.6 million neonatal deaths and 2.6 million stillbirths. The Every Newborn Action Plan aims to accelerate progress towards national targets, and includes an ambitious Measurement Improvement Roadmap. Population-based household surveys, notably Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys, are major sources of population-level data on child mortality in countries with weaker civil registration and vital statistics systems, where over two-thirds of global child deaths occur. To estimate neonatal/child mortality and pregnancy outcomes (stillbirths, miscarriages, birthweight, gestational age) the most common direct methods are: (1) the standard DHS-7 with Full Birth History with additional questions on pregnancy losses in the past 5 years (FBH+) or (2) a Full Pregnancy History (FPH). No direct comparison of these two methods has been undertaken, although descriptive analyses suggest that the FBH+ may underestimate mortality rates particularly for stillbirths.Methods: This is the protocol paper for the Every Newborn-INDEPTH study (INDEPTH Network, International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and their Health Every Newborn, Every Newborn Action Plan), aiming to undertake a randomised comparison of FBH+ and FPH to measure pregnancy outcomes in a household survey in five selected INDEPTH Network sites in Africa and South Asia (Bandim in urban and rural Guinea-Bissau; Dabat in Ethiopia; IgangaMayuge in Uganda; Kintampo in Ghana; Matlab in Bangladesh). The survey will reach >68 000 pregnancies to assess if there is ≥15% difference in stillbirth rates. Additional questions will capture birthweight, gestational age, birth/death certification, termination of pregnancy and fertility intentions. The World Bank's Survey Solutions platform will be tailored for data collection, including recording paradata to evaluate timing. A mixed methods assessment of barriers and enablers to reporting of pregnancy and adverse pregnancy outcomes will be undertaken.Conclusions: This large-scale study is the first randomised comparison of these two methods to capture pregnancy outcomes. Results are expected to inform the evidence base for survey methodology, especially in DHS, regarding capture of stillbirths and other outcomes, notably neonatal deaths, abortions (spontaneous and induced), birthweight and gestational age. In addition, this study will inform strategies to improve health and demographic surveillance capture of neonatal/child mortality and pregnancy outcomes.

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