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Fragile and shock-prone settings (FASP) present a critical development challenge, eroding efforts to build healthy, sustainable and equitable societies. Power relations ...

Abstract Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the natural process by which bacteria become resistant to the medicines used to kill them, is becoming one of the greatest ...

Brief behavioural support can effectively help tuberculosis (TB) patients quit smoking and improve their outcomes. In collaboration with TB programmes in Bangladesh, ...

A cohesive and strategic governance approach is needed to improve the health workforce (HW). To achieve this, the WHO Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health (HRH) ...

As societies urbanize, their populations have become increasingly dependent on the private sector for essential services. The way the private sector responds to health ...

Author Joanna Morrison,Romi Giri,Abriti Arjyal,Chandani Kharel,Helen Harris-Fry,Philip James,Sushil Baral,Naomi Saville,Sara Hillman Abstract Maternal anaemia prevalence ...

Authors Cicely Marston, Abriti Arjyal, Smriti Maskey, Shophika Regmi & Sushil Baral Absract Evaluations of health interventions are ...

Authors Sonja Mueller, Delphine Soriano, Andrei Boscor, Naomi M. Saville,Abriti Arjyal, Sushil Baral, Maureen Fordham, Gareth Hearn, Rachya ...

Authors Dana R. Thomson, Radheshyam Bhattarai, Sudeepa Khanal, Shraddha Manandhar, Rajeev Dhungel, Subash Gajurel, Joseph Paul ...

Infant birthweight is an important public health indicator that is a proxy of maternal and baby’s health. Earthquakes can cause acute distress, but can also contribute ...