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  • Successful Introduction of Routine Opt-Out HIV Testing 

    Creek, T.L.; Ntumy, R.; Seipone, K.; Smith, M.; Mogodi, M.; Smit, M.; Legwaila, K.; Molokwane, I.; Tebele, G.; Mazhani, L.; Shaffer, N.; Kilmarx, P.H. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins., 2007)
    Botswana has high HIV prevalence among pregnant women (37.4% in 2003) and provides free services for prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV. Nearly all pregnant women (.95%) have antenatal care (ANC) ...
  • Training tomorrow’s leaders in global health: impact of the Afya Bora Consortium Fellowship on the careers of its alumni 

    Mashalla, Yohana; Monroe-Wise, Aliza; O’Malley, Gabrielle; Nathanson, Neal; Seloilwe, Esther; Gachuno, Onesmus; Odero, Theresa; Nakanjako, Damalie; Sewankambo, Nelson; Tarimo, Edith; Urassa, David; Manabe, Yakari C.; Chapman, Susan; Voss, Joachim G.; Wasserheit, Judith; Farquhar, Carey; Afya Bora Consortium Working Group (BioMed Central,, 2016)
    Background: Effective leadership is a cornerstone of successful healthcare delivery in resource limited settings throughout the world. However, few programs in Africa prepare healthcare professionals with the leadership ...
  • Why there is an inverse primary-care law in Africa 

    Nkomazana, Oathokwa; Moosa, Shabir; Wojczewski, Silvia; Hoffmann, Kathryn; Poppe, Annelien; Peersman, Wim; Willcox, Merlin; Maier, Manfred; Derese, Anselme; Mant, David (Elsevier;, 2013)
    Many low-income and middle-income countries are now pursuing ambitious plans for universal primary care, but are failing to deliver adequate care quality because of intractable human resource problems—eg, in Uganda in 2009, ...