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McDonaldization without a McDonald's: globalization and food culture as social determinants of health in urban Bangladesh
(© Association for the Study of Food and Society 2013, 2013)
Bangladesh is one of the few developing countries where there is no McDonald's and yet the process of “McDonaldization” is in full progress. This paper explores the food consumption practices of a group of affluent ...
Developing effective policy strategies to retain health workers in rural Bangladesh: a policy analysis
(© 2015 Rawal et al.; licensee BioMed Central., 2015)
Introduction: Retention of human resources for health (HRH), particularly physicians and nurses in rural and remote areas, is a major problem in Bangladesh. We reviewed relevant policies and provisions in relation to HRH ...
Achieving universal health coverage through community empowerment: a proposition for Bangladesh
(© 2014 Medknow Publications, 2014)
Intersectoral collaboration: a novel path to promote community health promotion
(© 2012 Global Health Promotion, 2012)
Meaning of death: an exploration of perception of elderly in a Bangladeshi Village
The aim of this qualitative study was to explore the perceptions of meaning of death among the elderly in a Bangladeshi community, and to understand how the meaning of death affects one’s overall well-being. Understandings ...
Retaining doctors in rural Bangladesh: A policy analysis
(International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 2018-09)
Background Retaining doctors in rural areas is a challenge in Bangladesh. In this study, we analyzed three rural retention policies: career development programs, compulsory services, and schools outside major cities – in ...