Published on in Vol 6, No 7 (2018): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/8832, first published .
Mobile-Based Nutrition Counseling and Unconditional Cash Transfers for Improving Maternal and Child Nutrition in Bangladesh: Pilot Study

Mobile-Based Nutrition Counseling and Unconditional Cash Transfers for Improving Maternal and Child Nutrition in Bangladesh: Pilot Study

Mobile-Based Nutrition Counseling and Unconditional Cash Transfers for Improving Maternal and Child Nutrition in Bangladesh: Pilot Study

Journals

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  8. Islam M, Karim M, Inan T, Islam A. Investigating usability of mobile health applications in Bangladesh. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2020;20(1) View
  9. Rothstein J, Klemm R, Niyeha D, Smith E, Nordhagen S. Assessing the challenges to women’s access and implementation of text messages for nutrition behaviour change in rural Tanzania. Public Health Nutrition 2021;24(6):1478 View
  10. Huda T, Alam A, Tahsina T, Hasan M, Iqbal A, Khan J, Ara G, Ali N, Al Amin S, Kirkwood E, Laba T, Goodwin N, Muthayya S, Islam M, Agho K, Hoddinott J, El Arifeen S, Dibley M. Shonjibon cash and counselling: a community-based cluster randomised controlled trial to measure the effectiveness of unconditional cash transfers and mobile behaviour change communications to reduce child undernutrition in rural Bangladesh. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1) View
  11. Torlesse H, Benedict R, Craig H, Stoltzfus R. The quality of maternal nutrition and infant feeding counselling during antenatal care in South Asia. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2021;17(3) View
  12. Kang Y, Nordhagen S, Rothstein J, Kaganda J, Smith E, Klemm R. Effect of a Short-Message-Service (SMS) and Inter-Personal Communication (IPC) Strategy on Maternal and Child Nutrition Outcomes: A Factorial Design Cluster Randomized Trial. SSRN Electronic Journal 2021 View
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  14. Kirkwood E, Dibley M, Hoddinott J, Huda T, Laba T, Tahsina T, Hasan M, Iqbal A, Khan J, Ali N, Ullah S, Goodwin N, Muthayya S, Islam M, Ara G, Agho K, Arifeen S, Alam A. Assessing the impact of a combined nutrition counselling and cash transfer intervention on women’s empowerment in rural Bangladesh: a randomised control trial protocol. BMJ Open 2021;11(6):e044263 View
  15. Barnett I, Meeker J, Roelen K, Nisbett N. Behaviour change communication for child feeding in social assistance: A scoping review and expert consultation. Maternal & Child Nutrition 2022;18(3) View
  16. Uddin M, Molyneux S, Muraya K, Jemutai J, Berkley J, Walson J, Hossain M, Islam M, Zakayo S, Njeru R, Ahmed T, Chisti M, Sarma H, Chenette E. Treatment-seeking and recovery among young undernourished children post-hospital discharge in Bangladesh: A qualitative study. PLOS ONE 2022;17(9):e0274996 View
  17. Kirkwood E, Clymer C, Imbulana K, Mozumder S, Dibley M, Alam N. The Role of mHealth Interventions in Changing Gender Relations: Systematic Review of Qualitative Findings. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(3):e32330 View
  18. Biau S, Bonnet E, Dagenais C, De Allegri M, Traoré Z, Ouedraogo A, Sow A, Dubois-Nguyen K, Ridde V. Using Information and Communication Technologies to Engage Citizens in Health System Governance in Burkina Faso: Protocol for Action Research. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(11):e28780 View
  19. Kustiawan T, Nadhiroh S, Ramli R, Butryee C. Use of mobile app to monitoring growth outcome of children: A systematic literature review. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211386 View
  20. Yoshino C, Sidney-Annerstedt K, Wingfield T, Kirubi B, Viney K, Boccia D, Atkins S. Experiences of conditional and unconditional cash transfers intended for improving health outcomes and health service use: a qualitative evidence synthesis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2023;2023(6) View