by Hamish Graham, Mariam Tokhi and Trevor Duke
Tropical Medicine and International Health, Vol. 21, No 11, pp. 1366–1388, November 2016
Strategies that have been effective in reducing child mortality globally are unlikely to adequately address the needs of children with chronic health conditions in low- and middle-income settings. Current evidence mostly relates to disease-speciﬁc, narrow strategies, and more research is required to develop and evaluate the integrated models of care, which may be effective in improving the outcomes for these children.