Objective: to analyze the evidence and reasons of the family members who end up abandoning the follow-up of the health of newborns, infants, and preschoolers in child health services. Method: a systematic review of qualitative evidence in the following information sources: Web of Science, Science Direct, CINAHL, SCOPUS, BDENF, PUBMED, EMBASE, LILACS, ASSIA, Sociological abstracts, Open Gray, Google Academics, Dart-e, Cybertesis, Open Thesis, PeerJ Prepint, MedRxiv, BioRxiv, and PsycINFO. The titles and abstracts will be examined by two independent reviewers and the relevant studies will be retrieved in full. Data synthesis will be performed by extraction of all the findings from all the included works, development of categories for similar findings, and development of synthesized findings from at least two categories. The qualitative findings of the research will be grouped with the meta-aggregation approach. The summarized final results will be classified and presented in a summary of the results.
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