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Prevalence of Helminth Infection in the Kilombero Ulanga Antiretroviral Cohort (KIULARCO), Ifakara, Tanzania
Helminth co-infection with HIV is very common in areas of epidemiological overlap, such as in Sub-Saharan Africa. Co-infection with helminths might lead to faster progression of HIV. We aimed to...
Is cytology screening for cervical cancer an option in sub-saharan africa? The specific case of swaziland
To evaluate the feasibility and affordability of cytological scrrening for cervical cancer in Swaziland, with the support of literature evidence and of an assessment in the field.
Decision Making among Women Seeking Induced Abortion Services in Ranchi District, Jharkhand, India
This study explored the decision making process among 107 married women who have experienced induced abortion in the tribal state of Jharkhand in India. The study is based on a secondary analysis of...
Focus on staff care Assessing safety and security support of expatriate field staff in Switzerland based humanitarian organizations
The aim of this descriptive study is to identify the current practices of staff care for expatriate field staff in humanitarian organisations based in Switzerland and to propose improvement...
Anaesthesia in Complex Emergencies
Providing patients with safe, timely, and adequate anaesthesia care during emergency-­and disaster relief operations is challenging for medical personnel. Many of the skills needed are not part of a...
Best practices & alternative integrated community based model in delivering primary health care service for Chittagong Hill tracts of Bangladesh
The objective of the study was to develop an alternative integrated community based model for the delivering of PHC services according to need and the priority of rural communities of the CHT.
Retention in PMTC – Factors Influencing Retention in Care in PMTCT Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa; A Systematic Literature Review
Only in 2010 approximately 370 000 children got newly infected with HIV worldwide - 90% of them in sub-Saharan Africa and 90% through vertical transmission during pregnancy, delivery or breastfeeding.
Interaction between first and second line: an analysis from patient provider perspective – focus on patients of Sub-Saharan African origin
The main objective of this study is to critically reflect on the role of specialist and general practitioners in HIV care offered to patients of Sub-Saharan African origin living in Belgium.
Overcoming barriers to Inclusive Education for Children with a Disability in rural Nigeria
The main objective of the study were to identify if there is a significant difference in the view on Inclusive Education between teachers in schools where it is being implemented and those in schools...
Investigation of Low Birth Weight (LBW) incidence and its risk factors in rural community of Bangladesh: A case control study
Low birth weight (LBW) is one of the main causes of neonatal mortality. This research is to investigate incidence of low birth weight and to identify its risk factors and to examine association of...
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