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The feasibility and promise of mobile technology with community health worker reinforcement to reduce rural preterm birth.

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Summary of "The feasibility and promise of mobile technology with community health worker reinforcement to reduce rural preterm birth."

(1) Assess feasibility of a smartphone platform intervention combined with Community Health Worker (CHW) reinforcement in rural pregnant women; (2) Obtain data on the promise of the intervention on birth outcomes, patient activation, and medical care adherence; and (3) Explore financial implications of the intervention using return on investment (ROI).

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Name: Public health nursing (Boston, Mass.)
ISSN: 1525-1446
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