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(Quality of health care)
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  • Health seeking for chronic lung disease in central Malawi: Adapting existing models using insights from a qualitative study. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2018; 13(12):e0208188
  • Saleh S, Bongololo G, … Dean L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Efforts to improve effective and accessible healthcare provision for chronic lung disease need to address all the determinants of health seeking behaviour identified. This may include: enhancing the structural and financial accessibility of health services, through the strengthening of community linkages; improving communication between formal health providers, patients and communities around symptoms, diagnosis and management of chronic lung diseases; and improving the quality of diagnostic and management services through the strengthening of health systems 'hardware' (equipment availability) and 'software' (development of trusting and respectful relationships between providers and patients).
  • Quantifying Burn Injury-Related Disability and Quality of Life in the Developing World: A Primer for Patient-Centered Resource Allocation. [Journal Article]
  • APAnn Plast Surg 2018 Dec 13
  • McMahon HA, Ndem I, … DeGeorge BR
  • CONCLUSIONS: These data demonstrate the significant impact on quality of life that untreated burns have in this population. Male and female children with extremity burns and adult women with extremity burns were most significantly affected in multiple domains. Consequently, children and adult women with extremity burns appear to be the patient cohort with the greatest opportunity to impact their quality of life. These data may be utilized to improve patient triage and resource allocation for future surgical trips but could also be of significant benefit to internal health agencies and ministries for the same purpose.
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