Explaining biological differences between men and women by gendered mechanisms
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by Hélène Colineaux, Lola Neufcourt, Cyrille Delpierre, Michelle Kelly-Irving and Benoit Lepage
1y ago
The principal aim of this study was to explore if biological differences between men and women can be explained by gendered mechanisms ..read more
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Population cause of death estimation using verbal autopsy methods in large-scale field trials of maternal and child health: lessons learned from a 20-year research collaboration in Central Ghana
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by Samuel O. Danso, Alexander Manu, Justin Fenty, Seeba Amanga-Etego, Bilal Iqbal Avan, Sam Newton, Seyi Soremekun and Betty Kirkwood
1y ago
Low and middle-income countries continue to use Verbal autopsies (VAs) as a World Health Organisation-recommended method to ascertain causes of death in settings where coverage of vital registration systems is ..read more
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Dynamics of COVID-19 progression and the long-term influences of measures on pandemic outcomes
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by Yihong Lan, Li Yin and Xiaoqin Wang
1y ago
The pandemic progression is a dynamic process, in which measures yield outcomes, and outcomes in turn influence subsequent measures and outcomes. Due to the dynamics of pandemic progression, it is challenging ..read more
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Effect size quantification for interrupted time series analysis: implementation in R and analysis for Covid-19 research
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by Yael Travis-Lumer, Yair Goldberg and Stephen Z. Levine
1y ago
Interrupted time series (ITS) analysis is a time series regression model that aims to evaluate the effect of an intervention on an outcome of interest. ITS analysis is a quasi-experimental study design instrum ..read more
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Geographical clustering and geographically weighted regression analysis of home delivery and its determinants in developing regions of Ethiopia: a spatial analysis
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by Setognal Birara Aychiluhm, Mequannent Sharew Melaku, Kusse Urmale Mare, Abay Woday Tadesse and Getahun Fentaw Mulaw
2y ago
Nearly three-fourths of pregnant women in Ethiopia give birth at home. However, the spatial pattern and spatial variables linked to home delivery in developing regions of Ethiopia have not yet been discovered ..read more
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Candida and the Gram-positive trio: testing the vibe in the ICU patient microbiome using structural equation modelling of literature derived data
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by James C. Hurley
2y ago
Whether Candida interacts with Gram-positive bacteria, such as Staphylococcus aureus, coagulase negative Staphylococci (CNS) and Enterococci, to enhance their invasive potential from the microbiome of ICU patient ..read more
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Puberty health intervention to improve menstrual health and school attendance among adolescent girls in The Gambia: study methodology of a cluster-randomised controlled trial in rural Gambia (MEGAMBO TRIAL)
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by Vishna Shah, Penelope Phillips-Howard, Julie Hennegan, Sue Cavill, Bakary Sonko, Edrisa Sinjanka, Nyima Camara Trawally, Abdou Kanteh, Francois Mendy, Amadou B. Bah, Momodou Saar, Ian Ross, Wolf Schmidt and Belen Torondel
2y ago
Menstrual health (MH) is a recognised global public health challenge. Poor MH may lead to absence from school and work, and adverse health outcomes. However, reviews suggest a lack of rigorous evidence for the ..read more
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Are verbatim transcripts necessary in applied qualitative research: experiences from two community-based intervention trials in Ghana
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by Zelee Hill, Charlotte Tawiah-Agyemang, Betty Kirkwood and Carl Kendall
2y ago
Conducting qualitative research within public health trials requires balancing timely data collection with the need to maintain data quality. Verbatim transcription of interviews is the conventional way of rec ..read more
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Practicalities of implementing burden of disease research in Africa: lessons from a population survey component of our multi-partner FOCAL research project
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by Binyam N. Desta, Tesfaye Gobena, Custodia Macuamule, Olanrewaju E. Fayemi, Christianah I. Ayolabi, Blandina T. Mmbaga, Kate M. Thomas, Warren Dodd, Sara M. Pires, Shannon E. Majowicz and Tine Hald
2y ago
Collaborative research is being increasingly implemented in Africa to study health-related issues, for example, the lack of evidence on disease burden, in particular for the presumptive high load of foodborne ..read more
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Epidemiology, clinical and physiological manifestations of dust lung disease in major industrial centers
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by Alla Philippova, Raisa Aringazina, Gulnara Kurmanalina and Vladimir Beketov
2y ago
The present study aims to determine the structure of morbidity in workers contacting industrial aerosols, assess the timeliness of diagnosing dust-induced lung disease in major industrial centers, and optimize ..read more
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