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Lessons learned in using realist evaluation to assess maternal and newborn health programming in rural Bangladesh
(Health Policy and Planning, 2015-06-22)
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 ...
Prevention and control of tuberculosis in workplaces: how knowledgeable are the workers in Bangladesh?
(BMC Public Health, 2015-06)
Background: The National Tuberculosis (TB) Control Programme (NTP) of Bangladesh succeeded in achieving the dual targets of 70 % case detection and 85 % treatment completion as set by the World Health Organization. However, ...
Qualitative insights into promotion of pharmaceutical products in Bangladesh: how ethical are the practices?
(BMC Medical Ethics, 2015-06)
Background: The pharmaceutical market in Bangladesh is highly concentrated (top ten control around 70 % of the market). Due to high competition aggressive marketing strategies are adopted for greater market share, ...
From knowing our needs to enacting change: findings from community consultations with indigenous communities in Bangladesh
(International Journal for Equity in Health, 2015-06)
Introduction: Indigenous peoples are among the most marginalized peoples in the world due to issues relating to well-being, political representation, and economic production. The research consortium Goals and Governance ...
Utilization of maternal health services among adolescent women in Bangladesh: a scoping review of the literature
(Tropical Medicine & International Health, 2015-07)
objective To understand the health-seeking behaviour of adolescent women in Bangladesh with respect to the use of maternal health services. methods Literature review of seven electronic databases: PubMed, ISI Web of ...
Understanding the lives of caregivers of children with cerebral palsy in rural Bangladesh: use of mixed methods
(© 2015 Action for Disability Regional Rehabilitation Centre, 2015-06)
Cerebral palsy is the most prevalent health condition linked to childhood disability in Bangladesh, yet support and rehabilitation for this group is limited. Understanding the impact of cerebral palsy at family level is ...