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The development and application of a new tool to assess the adequacy of the content and timing of antenatal care

Bibliographic reference Beeckman, Katrien ; Louckx, Fred ; Masuy-Stroobant, Godelive ; Downe, Soo ; Putman, Koen. The development and application of a new tool to assess the adequacy of the content and timing of antenatal care. In: BMC Health Services Research, Vol. 11 (2011)
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