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What influences adolescent girls' decision-making regarding contraceptive methods use and childbearing? a qualitative exploratory study in Rangpur District, Bangladesh
(© 2016 Public Library of Science, 2016)
Background: Bangladesh has the highest rate of adolescent pregnancy in South Asia. Child marriage is one of the leading causes of pregnancies among adolescent girls. Although the country's contraceptive prevalence rate is ...
Lessons learned in using realist evaluation to assess maternal and newborn health programming in rural Bangladesh
(© 2016 Oxford University Press, 2016)
Realist evaluation furnishes valuable insight to public health practitioners and policy makers about how and why interventions work or don't work. Moving beyond binary measures of success or failure, it provides a systematic ...
Double trouble: prevalence and factors associated with tuberculosis and diabetes comorbidity in Bangladesh
(BRAC Univeristy, 2016-10-31)
Background Diabetes among tuberculosis patients increases the risk of tuberculosis treatment failure, death, and development of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. Yet, there is no data is available in Bangladesh on the ...