Mak IR Repository
Welcome to Makerere University's Institutional Repository (Mak IR). Mak IR was formerly called Uganda Scholarly Digital Library (USDL). Mak IR is a collection of scholarly output of by researchers of Makerere University, including scholarly articles and books, electronic theses and dissertations, conference proceedings, technical reports and digitised library collections. It is the official Institutional Repository (IR) of Makerere University.
Copyright Information:For information about the publishers' copyright policy on archiving your articles online or in an institutional repository, visit the Sherpa Site at http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo.php The site gives a summary of the permissions normally given as part of each publisher's copyright transfer agreement. If you wish to publish your research findings in Mak IR, please contact Makerere University Library at email@example.com for details. Mak IR operates both open access and closed access models. Access to fulltext has been restricted in adherence to the Makerere University Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Copyrights policies.
Other Useful ResourcesAfrica Portal is an online repository of open access library collection with over 3,000 books, journals, and digital documents on African policy issues. This is an initiative by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), Makerere University (MAK), and the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA). Please visit the Africa Portal at http://www.africaportal.org/library.
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Communities in Mak IR
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- College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES)
- College of Business and Management Sciences (CoBAMS)
- College of Computing and Information Sciences (CoCIS)
- College of Education and External Studies (CEES)
- College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT)
- College of Health Sciences (CHS)
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHuSS)
- College of Natural Sciences (CoNAS)
- College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources and BioSecurity (CoVAB)
- Conferences and Workshops
- Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC)
- Makerere University Library (MakLIB)
- Quality Assurance Directorate (QAD)
- School of Law (S.Law)
Compliance levels with the W.H.O global guidelines for prevention of infection and associated surgical site infection following caesarean delivery in Mulago hospital (Makerere University, 2019)Background: Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a substantial burden to health-care systems worldwide in terms of patient morbidity, mortality, and costs. The study’s objective was to determine the levels of compliance ...
Availability and Utilization of Sexual Reproductive Health Services among adolescents in boarding secondary schools in Soroti District (Makerere University, 2019-11-14)Background: Adolescence represents a period of transition from childhood to adulthood. During this period, adolescents are exploring, highly active and are willing to take risks including sexual experimentation. Therefore, ...
Discipline management strategies and student behaviour in private secondary schools in Mayuge Town Council (2019-07)The study examined ‘DISCIPLINE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND STUDENT BEHAVIOUR IN PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MAYUGE TOWN COUNCIL, MAYUGE DISTRICT’. Due to increasing student misbehavior in schools, the study examined discipline ...
PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS OF OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION IN CHILDREN AGED 2-12 YEARS ATTENDING THE PAEDIATRIC CLINIC AT MULAGO NATIONAL REFERRAL HOSPITAL (2019-10-11)Introduction: Otitis media with effusion (OME) is common in children aged between 6 months to 4 years, and it is one of the causes of hearing loss (HL) in children worldwide. OME is one of the most commonly occurring ...
BACTERIAL PATTERNS OF RHINOSINUSITIS AMONG ADULT HIV PATIENTS WITH A CD4 COUNT ABOVE OR BELOW 200/μL ATTENDING THE AIDS SUPPORT ORGANISATION (TASO) MULAGO CLINIC (Makerere University, 2019-08-20)Introduction: The HIV-associated Rhinosinusitis (RS) is reported with a prevalence of 11 to 70%. When the CD4 count is below 200/μL, RS becomes recurrent, severe and difficult to treat due to atypical bacterial aetiological ...