Special Issue: Newborn Health in Uganda Complete Special Issue, incl Table of Contents
Effect of the Uganda Newborn Study on care-seeking and care practices: a cluster-randomised controlled trial Peter Waiswa, George Pariyo, Karin Kallander, Joseph Akuze, Gertrude Namazzi, Elizabeth Ekirapa-Kiracho, Kate Kerber, Hanifah Sengendo, Patrick Aliganyira, Joy E. Lawn, Stephan Peterson
Engaging community health workers in maternal and newborn care in eastern Uganda Monica Okuga, Margaret Kemigisa, Sarah Namutamba, Gertrude Namazzi, Peter Waiswa
Strategies for helping families prepare for birth: experiences from eastern central Uganda Līga Timša, Gaetano Marrone, Elizabeth Ekirapa, Peter Waiswa
Strengthening health facilities for maternal and newborn care: experiences from rural eastern Uganda Gertrude Namazzi, Peter Waiswa, Margaret Nakakeeto, Victoria K. Nakibuuka, Sarah Namutamba, Maria Najjemba, Ruth Namusaabi, Abner Tagoola, Grace Nakate, Judith Ajeani, Stefan Peterson, Romano N. Byaruhanga
Differences in essential newborn care at birth between private and public health facilities in eastern Uganda Peter Waiswa, Joseph Akuze, Stefan Peterson, Kate Kerber, Moses Tetui, Birger C. Forsberg, Claudia Hanson
Associations between urbanisation and components of the health-risk transition in Thailand. A descriptive study of 87,000 Thai adults Lynette L-Y. Lim, Tord Kjellstrom, Adrian Sleigh, Suwanee Khamman, Sam-Ang Seubsman, Jane Dixon, Cathy Banwell
Knowledge, attitudes and practice about malaria in rural Tigray, Ethiopia Johan Paulander, Henrik Olsson, Hailemariam Lemma, Asefaw Getachew, Miguel San Sebastian
Comparing the job satisfaction and intention to leave of different categories of health workers in Tanzania, Malawi, and South Africa Duane Blaauw, Prudence Ditlopo, Fresier Maseko, Maureen Chirwa, Aziza Mwisongo, Posy Bidwell, Steve Thomas, Charles Normand
Measuring self-reported health in low-income countries: piloting three instruments in semi-rural Burkina Faso Yulia Blomstedt, Aurélia Souares, Louis Niamba, Ali Sie, Lars Weinehall, Rainer Sauerborn


Posted 2015-03-31
PRESS RELEASE: New Measures Identified for Newborn Care in Uganda

Posted 2015-01-30
PRESS RELEASE: Exploring Potential Health Impacts of ASEAN Integration

Posted 2015-01-22
PRESS RELEASE: “Men and masculinity”: An emerging theme in gender and health research

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