Health Policy and Development
Department of Health Sciences of Uganda Martyrs University
Catchment populations as a basis for allocating health funds: the case of Padyere Health Sub-District - Nebbi District
Exploring the relationship between privatisation of health care and infant mortality in Africa
Karungi, Gloria; Klazinga, Niek S.
Prospects for financial sustainability of scaling up antiretroviral therapy programs
Implementing a community-based health management information system in Bungoma District, Kenya
Odhiambo-Otieno, George W.
Gender analysis of health facility utilization in Uganda
Bakeera, S.; Talisuna, A.; Murindwa, G.; Kirunga, C.
Prevalence of intestinal parasites among schoolchildren in Moyo District, Uganda
Mote, K. E.; Makanga, B.; Kisakye, J. J. M.
Recent international publications - More aid, pro-poor trade reform and long-term peace-building vital to ending extreme poverty
Theme 1: Issues in service delivery - The devil in the details: early evaluation of home-based management of fever in Nebbi District, Uganda
Theme two: Managing health information - The curse of league tables: How Uganda missed the point
Letter to the Editor
In HIV transmission, is abstinence less pragmatic than fear?
'Safer sex' maybe, 'safe sex' never
Kudos for HPD Journal
Public private partnership in health (PPPH): a consumer perspective
'New wave' won't be a tsunami: the genesis of high HIV rates in Africa
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