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    • Aggressive Regimens for Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Decrease All-Cause Mortality 

      Mitnick, Carole Diane; Franke, Molly Forrest; Rich, Michael Leonard; Alcantara Viru, Felix A.; Appleton, Sasha C.; Atwood, Sidney S.; Bayona, Jaime N.; Bonilla, Cesar A.; Chalco, Katiuska; Fraser, Hamish S. F.; Furin, Jennifer J.; Guerra, Dalia; Hurtado, Rocio M.; Joseph, Keith; Llaro, Karim; Mestanza, Lorena; Mukherjee, Joia S.; Muñoz, Maribel; Palacios, Eda; Sanchez, Epifanio; Seung, Kwonjune J.; Shin, Sonya S.; Sloutsky, Alexander; Tolman, Arielle W.; Becerra, Mercedes C. (Public Library of Science, 2013)
      Rationale: A better understanding of the composition of optimal treatment regimens for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) is essential for expanding universal access to effective treatment and for developing new ...
    • Baseline population health conditions ahead of a health system strengthening program in rural Madagascar 

      Miller, Ann; Ramananjato, Ranto H.; Garchitorena, Andres; Rabeza, Victor R.; Gikic, Djordje; Cripps, Amber; Cordier, Laura; Rahaniraka Razanadrakato, Hery-Tiana; Randriamanambintsoa, Marius; Hall, Lara; Murray, Megan Blanche; Safara Razanavololo, Felicite; Rich, Michael Leonard; Bonds, Matthew H (Informa UK Limited, 2017)
    • Development of an Ultrasound Training Curriculum in a Limited Resource International Setting: Successes and Challenges of Ultrasound Training in Rural Rwanda 

      Shah, Sachita; Noble, Vicki Elizabeth; Umulisa, Irenee; Dushimiyimana, J. M. V.; Bukhman, Gene Yevgeny; Mukherjee, Joia Stapleton; Rich, Michael Leonard; Epino, Henry M. (Springer-Verlag, 2008)
      Background: Over the last decade, the diffusion of ultrasound technology to nontraditional users has been rapid and far-reaching. Much research and effort has been focused on developing an ultrasound curriculum and training ...
    • Discordant Treatment Responses to Combination Antiretroviral Therapy in Rwanda: A Prospective Cohort Study 

      Kayigamba, Felix R.; Franke, Molly F.; Bakker, Mirjam I.; Rodriguez, Carly A.; Bagiruwigize, Emmanuel; Wit, Ferdinand WNM; Rich, Michael L.; Schim van der Loeff, Maarten F. (Public Library of Science, 2016)
      Introduction: Some antiretroviral therapy naïve patients starting combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) experience a limited CD4 count rise despite virological suppression, or vice versa. We assessed the prevalence and ...
    • Improving Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Care and Related Services in Eastern Rwanda 

      Lim, Younsook; Kim, Jim Yong; Niyonzima, Jean Bosco; Smith Fawzi, Mary C.; Gahire, Rose; Mukaminega, Martha; Getchell, Marya; Peterson, Curtis W.; Binagwaho, Agnès; Rich, Michael Leonard; Stulac, Sara Nicole; Farmer, Paul Edward (Public Library of Science, 2010)
      Younsook Lim and colleagues describe the Rwanda Learning Collaborative on Child Health, which aimed to improve and extend the impact of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS.
    • Motivations and Constraints to Family Planning: A Qualitative Study in Rwanda’s Southern Kayonza District 

      Farmer, Didi Bertrand; Berman, Leslie; Ryan, Grace; Habumugisha, Lameck; Basinga, Paulin; Nutt, Cameron; Kamali, Francois; Ngizwenayo, Elias; Fleur, Jacklin St; Niyigena, Peter; Ngabo, Fidele; Farmer, Paul E; Rich, Michael L (Global Health: Science and Practice, 2015)
      Background: While Rwanda has achieved impressive gains in contraceptive coverage, unmet need for family planning is high, and barriers to accessing quality reproductive health services remain. Few studies in Rwanda have ...
    • Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis Management in Resource-Limited Settings 

      Nathanson, Eva; Lambregts-van Weezenbeek, Catharina; Gupta, Rajesh; Blöndal, Kai; Caminero, José A.; Cegielski, J. Peter; Danilovits, Manfred; Espinal, Marcos A.; Hollo, Vahur; Jaramillo, Ernesto; Leimane, Vaira; Nunn, Paul; Pasechnikov, Alexander; Tupasi, Thelma; Wells, Charles; Raviglione, Mario C.; Rich, Michael Leonard; Bayona, Jaime; Mitnick, Carole Diane; Mukherjee, Joia Stapleton (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2006)
      Evidence of successful management of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDRTB) is mainly generated from referral hospitals in high-income countries. We evaluate the management of MDRTB in 5 resource-limited countries: ...
    • Reduced Paediatric Hospitalizations for Malaria and Febrile Illness Patterns Following Implementation of Community-Based Malaria Control Programme in Rural Rwanda 

      Sievers, Amy Claire; Lewey, Jennifer; Musafiri, Placide; Franke, Molly Forrest; Bucyibaruta, Blaise J; Stulac, Sara Nicole; Rich, Michael Leonard; Karema, Corine; Daily, Johanna P (BioMed Central, 2008)
      Background: Malaria control is currently receiving significant international commitment. As part of this commitment, Rwanda has undertaken a two-pronged approach to combating malaria via mass distribution of long-lasting ...
    • Shared learning in an interconnected world: innovations to advance global health equity 

      Binagwaho, Agnes; Nutt, Cameron T; Mutabazi, Vincent; Karema, Corine; Nsanzimana, Sabin; Gasana, Michel; Drobac, Peter C; Rich, Michael L; Uwaliraye, Parfait; Nyemazi, Jean Pierre; Murphy, Michael R; Wagner, Claire M; Makaka, Andrew; Ruton, Hinda; Mody, Gita N; Zurovcik, Danielle R; Niconchuk, Jonathan A; Mugeni, Cathy; Ngabo, Fidele; Ngirabega, Jean de Dieu; Asiimwe, Anita; Farmer, Paul E (BioMed Central, 2013)
      The notion of “reverse innovation”--that some insights from low-income countries might offer transferable lessons for wealthier contexts--is increasingly common in the global health and business strategy literature. Yet ...