Survey launched to understand clinical and research impact of INTERGROWTH-21st tools after 170,000 downloadsby The Editorial Team
Nurturing care for early childhood development: a framework for helping children survive and thrive to transform health and human potential published by WHOby The Editorial Team
Neurodevelopmental milestones and associated behaviours are similar among healthy children across diverse geographical locationsby INTERGROWTH-21st
The latest findings from the international INTERGROWTH-21st Project, that has monitored healthy, urban children from educated families across four continents from early pregnancy to 2 years of age, show that human neurodevelopment is not influenced by the colour of an individual’s skin.
Scholarships available for early career scientists to help advance research in human milk and lactationby The Editorial Team
Burden of disease in Brazil, 1990–2016: a systematic subnational analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016by GBD 2016 Brazil Collaborators published in The Lancet
World Prematurity Day 17th November 2017 We would like to highlight WHO World Prematurity Day. Premature birth is a very serious health problem. Worldwide, 15 million babies are born preterm and more than a million die as a result. Babies who survive often have lifelong health problems such as cerebral palsy, vision and hearing loss, and intellectual disabilities.
The INTERGROWTH-21st global references and z scores for head circumference, length and weight at birth of very preterm newborns are available to download below.
New INTERGROWTH-21st very preterm size at birth reference charts have been published in The Lancet.
We are delighted to announce that Sri Lanka has become the first country to adopt the INTERGROWTH-21st Preterm Standards.
Drs Leila Cheikh Ismail and Jane Hirst are currently introducing the Preterm Growth Standards through a series of workshops in Sri Lanka.