|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Routinely collected infant feeding data: time for global action in the era of big data (Forthcoming)|
|Authors:||Whitford, Heather M|
|Citation:||Whitford HM, Hoddinott P & Renfrew M (2018) Routinely collected infant feeding data: time for global action in the era of big data (Forthcoming), Maternal and Child Nutrition.|
|Abstract:||This commentary sets out how routinely collected data, sometimes referred to as Big Data could strengthen the global evidence and policy base, as has been demonstrated for smoking cessation. An international collaborative effort is called for to progress this.|
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