Items where Author is Roschnik, Natalie
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Roschnik, Natalie and Parawan, Amado and Baylon, Melba Andrea and Chua, Teresita and Hall, Andrew (2004) Weekly iron supplements given by teachers sustain the haemoglobin concentration of schoolchildren in the Philippines. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 9 (8). pp. 904-909. ISSN 1360-2276
Hall, Andrew and Roschnik, Natalie and Ouattara, Fatimata and Toure, Idrissa and Maiga, Fadima and Sacko, Moussa and Moestue, Helen and Bendech, Mohamed Ag (2002) A randomised trial in Mali of the effectiveness of weekly iron supplements given by teachers on the haemoglobin concentrations of schoolchildren. Public Health Nutrition, 5 (3). pp. 413-419. ISSN 1368-9800
Hall, Andrew and Bobrow, Emile and Brooker, Simon and Jukes, Matthew C.H. and Nokes, Kate and Lambo, Jane K. and Guyatt, Helen L. and Bundy, Donald A.P. and Adjei, Sam and Wen, Su-Tung and Satoto, . and Subagio, Hertanto and Rafiluddin, Mohammed Zen and Miguel, Ted and Moulin, Sylvie and Johnson, Joseph de Graft and Mukaka, Mary and Roschnik, Natalie and Sacko, Moussa and Zacher, Anna and Mahumane, Bonifacio and Kihamia, Charles M. and Mwanri, Lillian and Tatala, Simon and Lwambo, Nicholas J.S. and Siza, Julius and Khanh, Le Nguyen Bao and Khoi, Ha Huy and Toan, Nguyen Duy (2001) Anaemia in schoolchildren in eight countries in Africa and Asia. Public Health Nutrition, 4 (3). pp. 749-756. ISSN 1368-9800
Rousham, Emily K. and Roschnik, Natalie and Baylon, Melba Andrea B. and Bobrow, Emily A. and Burkhanova, Mavzuna and Campion, M. Gerda and Adle-Chua, Teresita and Degefie, Tedbabe and Hilari, Caroline and Kalengamaliro, Humphreys and Kassa, Tamiru and Maiga, Fadima and Mahumane, Bonifacio J. and Mukaka, Mary and Ouattara, Fatimata and Parawan, Amado R. and Sacko, Moussa and Patterson, David W. and Sobgo, Gaston and Khandaker, Ikhtiar Uddin and Hall, Andrew (2011) A comparison of the National Center for Health Statistics and new World Health Organization growth references for school-age children and adolescents with the use of data from 11 low-income countries. American Journal of Clinical Nutition, 94 (2). pp. 571-577. ISSN 0002-9165