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A Cross-sectional Study Describing the Factors Influencing the Decision of Health Professionals in the Philippines to Enroll in a Master in Business Administration in Healthcare Management at the Ateneo Graduate School Of Business.
Healthcare systems globally are continuously facing complex, dynamic, and rapidly evolving challenges today, leaving healthcare leaders insufficiently equipped with the tools to enable them overcome...
Sociocultural Determinants for "Violence against Women and Girls" in the context of Natural Disasters with special emphasis on Bangladesh
This paper investigates on how gender differentiations are affecting women and girls health outcomes in general and especially in natural disasters with regard to sociocultural aspects. A view will...
Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Surveys of an HIV & TB Workplace Program in Ghana
HIV and Tuberculosis have profound social and economic effects which impacts severely on enterprises, workers and their families in Africa. A successful approach to improve this situation is, to...
Quality Management in Primary Health Facilities in North West Frontiers Pakistan/ Role of combined evaluation methods
One objective of this study was to examine the methods and data collection regarding the combination and role of the patient interviews and peer reviews in primary health care services in NWFP. A...
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...
Influence of hepatitis B co-infection on the response to antiretroviral therapy after 12 month
Hepatitis B (HBV) co-infection is a common problem in the management of HIV patient receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). The majority of studies show that in HIV infected individuals under ART...
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...
Provider-related factors influencing IUD insertion by trained midwives in Cambodia
Since 2005, training in IUD (intra-uterine device) insertion has been provided to 557 midwives in 283 health centers (HCs) with the support of the German Development Bank KfW in all Cambodian...
A critical analysis of HIV/AIDS policy development in South Africa from 1990-2012 How do South African policies reflect respective WHO recommendations? Using availability of antiretroviral treatment (ART) and ART coverage as an indicator of improvement
South Africa lies in the epicentre of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and carries one sixth of the worldwide HIV/AIDS burden, equaling 5.6 million infected South Africans in 2011. Since the emergence of...

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