Zoe Matthews
Zoe Matthews
Professor of Global Health and Social Statistics, University of Southampton
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The World health report: 2005: make every mother and child count
World Health Organization
World Health Organization, 2005
Going to scale with professional skilled care
M Koblinsky, Z Matthews, J Hussein, D Mavalankar, MK Mridha, I Anwar, ...
The Lancet 368 (9544), 1377-1386, 2006
Improvement of maternal and newborn health through midwifery
P ten Hoope-Bender, L de Bernis, J Campbell, S Downe, V Fauveau, ...
The Lancet 384 (9949), 1226-1235, 2014
Quality maternity care for every woman, everywhere: a call to action
M Koblinsky, CA Moyer, C Calvert, J Campbell, OMR Campbell, AB Feigl, ...
The Lancet 388 (10057), 2307-2320, 2016
Maternal mortality in adolescents compared with women of other ages: evidence from 144 countries
A Nove, Z Matthews, S Neal, AV Camacho
The Lancet Global Health 2 (3), e155-e164, 2014
Childbearing in adolescents aged 12–15 years in low resource countries: a neglected issue. New estimates from demographic and household surveys in 42 countries
S Neal, Z Matthews, M Frost, H Fogstad, AV Camacho, L Laski
Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica 91 (9), 1114-1118, 2012
Inequalities experienced by Gypsy and Traveller communities: A review
S Cemlyn
Equality and Human Rights Commission, 2009
Country experience with strengthening of health systems and deployment of midwives in countries with high maternal mortality
W Van Lerberghe, Z Matthews, E Achadi, C Ancona, J Campbell, ...
The Lancet 384 (9949), 1215-1225, 2014
A framework for the evaluation of quality of care in maternity services
L Hulton, Z Matthews, RW Stones
University of Southampton, 2000
Community factors affecting rising caesarean section rates in developing countries: an analysis of six countries
T Leone, SS Padmadas, Z Matthews
Social science & medicine 67 (8), 1236-1246, 2008
Impact and determinants of sex preference in Nepal
T Leone, Z Matthews, GD Zuanna
International family planning perspectives, 69-75, 2003
Examining the “urban advantage” in maternal health care in developing countries
Z Matthews, A Channon, S Neal, D Osrin, N Madise, W Stones
PLoS medicine 7 (9), e1000327, 2010
Applying a framework for assessing the quality of maternal health services in urban India
LA Hulton, Z Matthews, RW Stones
Social science & medicine 64 (10), 2083-2095, 2007
Geographical access to care at birth in Ghana: a barrier to safe motherhood
PW Gething, FA Johnson, F Frempong-Ainguah, P Nyarko, A Baschieri, ...
BMC public health 12 (1), 1-13, 2012
Heterogeneity of child nutritional status between households: a comparison of six sub-Saharan African countries
NJ Madise, Z Matthews, B Margetts
Population studies 53 (3), 331-343, 1999
Gender, family, and the nutritional status of children in three culturally contrasting states of India
P Griffiths, Z Matthews, A Hinde
Social science & medicine 55 (5), 775-790, 2002
Soil salinity, household wealth and food insecurity in tropical deltas: evidence from south-west coast of Bangladesh
S Szabo, MS Hossain, WN Adger, Z Matthews, S Ahmed, AN Lázár, ...
Sustainability science 11, 411-421, 2016
A tale of two continents: a multilevel comparison of the determinants of child nutritional status from selected African and Indian regions
P Griffiths, N Madise, A Whitworth, Z Matthews
Health & place 10 (2), 183-199, 2004
Socio-economic inequalities in the use of postnatal care in India
A Singh, SS Padmadas, US Mishra, S Pallikadavath, FA Johnson, ...
PloS one 7 (5), e37037, 2012
Population dynamics, delta vulnerability and environmental change: comparison of the Mekong, Ganges–Brahmaputra and Amazon delta regions
S Szabo, E Brondizio, FG Renaud, S Hetrick, RJ Nicholls, Z Matthews, ...
Sustainability Science 11, 539-554, 2016
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