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The cost of interventions related to Chagas disease in endemic and non-endemic countries: a systematic review
Chagas disease has an estimated annual incidence of 50,000 people, prevalence of about 8 million infected persons worldwide (WHO, 2015, WHO, 2010b) and 5.4 million prevalent cases that are expected...
Sexual and reproductive health knowledge
Sexual and reproductive health knowledge is an important predictor of individualís sexual behavior. However, little is known about this issue among Iranians. This study assesses sexual and...
Migration of health care workers from sub-saharan africa: causes And impacts on health systems: a literature review
To assess the reasons behind migration of healthcare workers and the impact of healthcare worker migration on health systems in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The WHO Haemoglobin Colour Scale can improve the accuracy of the diagnosis of anaemia in primary health care settings in low-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Anaemia is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in low-income countries. Primary health care workers in resource-poor settings usually diagnose anaemia clinically, but this is inaccurate. The WHO...
The Interagency Emergency Health Kit and its Relevance to Non-Communicable Diseases: A Review of the Literature
The need for standardized drug donations in emergencies is an issue that has long been called upon and sought by relief organization. Before the 1980s and not until an emergency health kit was first...
Official invitation letters to promote male partner attendance and couple voluntary HIV counselling and testing in antenatal care: an implementation study in Mbeya Region, Tanzania.
The benefits of male partner involvement in antenatal care (ANC) and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) for maternal and infant health outcomes have been well recognised.
Sexual and reproductive health knowledge
Sexual and reproductive health knowledge is an important predictor of individualís sexual behavior. However, little is known about this issue among Iranians. This study assesses sexual and...
Enabling and impeding factors for implementing kangaroo mother care for low birthweight infants in low and middle income countries the user side. A realist review.
Kangaroo mother care was initiated in 1978 in Bogotŗ, Colombia in as an alternative care method for low birthweight or preterm neonates, where the baby is held skin-to-skin against the mother's...
Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak in Isiro, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2012: Signs and Symptoms, Management and Outcomes
Data collected during the 2012 Ebola virus disease (EVD) epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were analysed for clinical signs, symptoms and case fatality of EVD caused by Bundibugyo...
Maasai Butterfat Fed Babies, A Pilot Qualitative Study of the Infant Supplemental Feeding Practices and Beliefs of the Maasai Living in the Longido District of Tanzania.
This study was undertaken to investigate the infant feeding practices and beliefs of the Maasai living in rural Northern Tanzania. The fact that butterfat is fed to the babies is common knowledge...
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