Network for Education in International Health
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Lessons learned: The implementation of Syphilis and HIV Screening with Rapid Tests in Special Indigenous Health District of Alto Solimões in the Brazilian Amazon
This study is to describe the approach and difficulties of Health Professionals (HP) implementing Syphilis and HIV screening with RTs in DSEI Alto Solimões. Data on demographics and existing...
Fighting HIV at a hot-spot: identifying driving and resisting factors in the decision making process for Voluntary Councelling and Testing in East Champaran District, Bihar, India
This study is to identify driving and resisting factors in the decision making process for VCT among the target communities being covered by the ACT project of Duncan Hospital; to examine the...
Antenatal Care and Delivery Assistance by Health Personnel in Indonesia: The Association with the Complications during Delivery
This study is to analyze the association between antenatal care of women who have the delivery assisted by health personnel with complications during delivery in Indonesia during 2007 in ever...
The factors influencing TB adherence: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research
This study is to synthesise the recent qualitative research findings, since 2005, on experience, attitudes and knowledge of patients and other stakeholders regarding treatment for TB and adherence...
Sexual Violence as a Weapon of War - Mental Public Health
This study is to analyze the long-term mental health impact of sexual violence as weapon of war after the genocide in Rwanda and identify the interdependency of psychological trauma related to...
Assessment Of Child Health Inequalities Across Socio-Cultural Groups
This study aimed to assess and compare the under-five mortality rates across socio-cultural groups in Nigeria and to evaluate the social determinants of U5M in Nigeria.
Inaction Against User Fees in Pursuit of MDGs 4 and 5 in Ethiopia: Power, Process and Politics of the Reform
The terrain of health policy analysis in developing countries is in its infancy. Most health policy analysis wrongly focuses on the content of the reform, as opposed to paying attention to the...
Sociocultural, Infrastructural and Political Determinants surrounding Severe Maternal Morbidity: The case of Severe Acute Maternal Morbidity and Obstetric Fistula in Kasese district, Western Uganda
This study is to explore the underlying sociocultural, infrastructural and political factors contributing to severe maternal morbidity in Western Uganda by understanding the experiences of...
Clients’ perceived quality of PMTCT: Ugandan and Tanzanian Experience
Low uptake of PMTCT services has been noted in sub-Saharan Africa despite wide scale-up of ARVs as well as expansion of PMTCT programme. The aim of the study was to assess the quality of care...
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices toward Lymphatic Filariasis among People in Indra Jaya Sub-district, Pidie, Aceh, Indonesia
Currently there are nearly 1.3 billion people who are at high risk for infection with lymphatic filariasis (LF), and an estimated 120 million people in 83 countries are already infected. The...
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