Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Resurrecting the triple threat: academic social responsibility in the context of global health research
As a result of the pandemic of human immunodeficiency virus infection, more academic physicians involved in research are working in resource-limited settings, especially in the field of infectious diseases. These researchers ...
Medical male circumcision for HIV/AIDS prevention in Uganda: the cost of disposable versus re-usable circumcision kits
(Tropical Doctor, 2012-01-01)
We evaluated the cost implications of medical male circumcisions for HIV prevention when performed using re-usable equipment that is sterilized after each use versus using single-use disposal kits. In Uganda, a re-usable ...
The impact on nurses and nurse managers of introducing PEPFAR clinical services in urban government clinics in Uganda
(BioMed Central Ltd, 2011)
Background: Improving provider performance is central to strengthening health services in developing countries. Because of critical shortages of physicians, many clinics in sub-Saharan Africa are led by nurses. In addition ...
Integration of HIV and TB services results in improved TB treatment outcomes and earlier prioritized ART initiation in a large urban HIV clinic in Uganda
(Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2012-06-01)
Background: The World Health Organization recommends that treatment of tuberculosis ...
The effects of an HIV project on HIV and non-HIV services at local government clinics in urban Kampala
(Biomed Central, 2011)
Background: HIV/AIDS is a major public health concern in Uganda. There is widespread consensus that weak health systems hamper the effective provision of HIV/AIDS services. In recent years, the ways in which HIV/AIDS focused ...