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Effective supervision of doctoral students in public and population health in Africa: CARTA supervisors’ experiences, challenges and perceived opportunities
Understanding the context of delays in seeking appropriate care for children with symptoms of severe malaria in Uganda
Understanding the context of delays in seeking appropriate care for children with symptoms of severe malaria in Uganda.
Effects of a school-based intervention on frequency and quality of adolescent-parent/caregiver sexuality communication: Results from a randomized-controlled trial in Uganda
Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Geographic Factors Leading to Severe Malaria and Delayed Care Seeking in Ugandan Children: A Case–Control Study
Community perceptions of paediatric severe anaemia in Uganda.
Caregivers and community perceptions of blood transfusion for children with severe anaemia in Uganda: Transfusion Medicine
Acceptability of HIV testing for men attending televised football venues in Uganda.
Mothers’ perception of childhood injuries, child supervision and care practices for children 0-5 years in a peri-urban area in central Uganda: Implications for prevention of childhood injuries.
Autoantibody levels are associated with acute kidney injury, anemia and post-discharge morbidity and mortality in Ugandan children with severe malaria.
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