Objectives To explore roles and responsibilities in newborn care in the intra- and post-partum period in Nigeria, Tanzania and Ethiopia.
Author Archives: Tropical Med and Intl Health
Objectives To compare two cervical cancer screening methods: community-based self-collection of high-risk human papillomavirus (HR-HPV) testing, and visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA).
Aims The aim of this study was to record stroke admissions to a tertiary referral hospital in Tanzania over four decades.
Objectives This paper aims to measure the economic costs of maternal complication and to understand household coping strategies for financing maternal health care cost.
Objectives Recent reports suggest that Schistosoma infection may increase the risk of acquiring Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
Objectives The high cost of rifampicin-resistant tuberculosis (RR-TB) treatment hinders treatment access.
Objective The incidence of cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) caused by Leishmania major has increased in Morocco over the last decade, prompting the Ministry of Health to take inter-sectoral response measures including vector and reservoir control.
Objective Published literature from resource limited settings is infrequent, although urinary tract infections (UTI) are a common cause of outpatient presentation and antibiotic use.
Underreporting is a major concern in surveillance of dengue.
Objectives To assess the care of hypertension, diabetes mellitus and/or HIV patients enrolled into Medication Adherence Clubs (MACs).
Objectives To examine the cost and quality of care of traditional healing for short term morbidities and major morbidities in India and to compare them with the non-traditional healing.
Objective To evaluate the efficacy and community effectiveness of larvivorous fish for the control of dengue vectors and dengue transmission, when used as single agent or in combination with other vector control methods.
Objective To assess tuberculosis infection control measures in diabetes mellitus (DM) clinics in China.
Objective and Methods In many countries, national TB prevalence surveys are the only way to reliably measure the burden of TB disease and monitor trends.