Infant vaccination timing: Beyond traditional coverage metrics for maximizing impact of vaccine programs, an example from southern Nepal

Author

Michelle Hughes

Application Date

2012 Spring

Program

GHFRA

Mentor

Joanne Katz

Country

Nepal

Infant vaccination timing: Beyond traditional coverage metrics for maximizing impact of vaccine programs, an example from southern Nepal

Authors: Michelle M. Hughesa, Joanne Katza, Janet A. Englundb, Subarna K. Khatryc, Laxman Shresthad, Steven C. LeClerqa,c, Mark Steinhoffe, James M. Tielschf

Publication Year: 2016

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