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“The doctor said formula would help me” : Health sector influences on use of infant formula in peri-urban Lima, Peru. / Rothstein, Jessica D.; Caulfield, Laura E.; Broaddus-Shea, Elena T.; Muschelli, John; Gilman, Robert H.; Winch, Peter J.In: Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 244, 112324, 01.2020.
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T1 - “The doctor said formula would help me”
T2 - Health sector influences on use of infant formula in peri-urban Lima, Peru
AU - Rothstein, Jessica D.
AU - Caulfield, Laura E.
AU - Broaddus-Shea, Elena T.
AU - Muschelli, John
AU - Gilman, Robert H.
AU - Winch, Peter J.
N1 - Funding Information: The authors gratefully acknowledge the study participants of Villa El Salvador for their engagement and sharing of experiences which made this research possible. We thank Lilia Z. Cabrera for her assistance with data collection, as well as Mónica J. Pajuelo, Francesca Schiaffino, and Maya P. Ochoa for their input during data analysis. The authors also wish to acknowledge members of the field team including Blanca I. Delgado, Cristel M. Lizarraga, Nelly M. Briceño, Jessica Pachas, Flor de Maria Pizarro, Mercedes Margarita Escobar, Leyda Murga, Erika M. Falcon, Cynthia Arriaga Diaz, and Brigida Rosario Jimenez for their assistance and feedback during data collection, and Marco Varela, Giovanna Vivanco, Roxy K. Malasquez, and Pilar K. Sanchez for assistance with data entry and management. The authors gratefully acknowledge the organizations that provided funding for this research. The study “ Natural infection of norovirus and sapovirus in a birth cohort in a Peruvian peri-urban community ” ( R01AI108695 ) is funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases . In addition, Jessica D. Rothstein received funding from the Fulbright-Fogarty Fellowship in Public Health (co-sponsored by the Fulbright Program and the Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health), a Procter & Gamble Fellowship, and a Dissertation Enhancement Award from the Center for Qualitative Studies in Health and Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. Appendix A
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