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2017

Msellemu, Daniel and Shemdoe, Aloysia and Makungu, Christina and Mlacha, Yeromini and Kannady, Khadija and Dongus, Stefan and Killeen, Gerry F. and Dillip, Angel. (2017) The underlying reasons for very high levels of bed net use, and higher malaria infection prevalence among bed net users than non-users in the Tanzanian city of Dar es Salaam : a qualitative study. Malaria journal, 16. p. 423.

2012

Dillip, Angel and Alba, Sandra and Mshana, Christopher and Hetzel, Manuel W. and Lengeler, Christian and Mayumana, Iddy and Schulze, Alexander and Mshinda, Hassan and Weiss, Mitchell G. and Obrist, Brigit. (2012) Acceptability – a neglected dimension of access to health care : findings from a study on childhood convulsions in rural Tanzania. BMC health services research, Vol. 12 , 113.

Dillip, Angel. Gaining access to prompt and appropriate malaria treatment in the Kilombero valley, Tanzania : a health social science perspective. 2012, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.

2007

Obrist, Brigit and Iteba, Nelly and Lengeler, Christian and Makemba, Ahmed and Mshana, Christopher and Nathan, Rose and Alba, Sandra and Dillip, Angel and Hetzel, Manuel W. and Mayumana, Iddy and Schulze, Alexander and Mshinda, Hassan. (2007) Access to health care in contexts of livelihood insecurity : a framework for analysis and action. PLoS medicine, Vol. 4, H. 10 , e308.

Hetzel, Manuel W. and Iteba, Nelly and Makemba, Ahmed and Mshana, Christopher and Lengeler, Christian and Obrist, Brigit and Schulze, Alexander and Nathan, Rose and Dillip, Angel and Alba, Sandra and Mayumana, Iddy and Khatib, Rashid A. and Njau, Joseph D. and Mshinda, Hassan. (2007) Understanding and improving access to prompt and effective malaria treatment and care in rural Tanzania : the ACCESS Programme. Malaria journal, Vol. 6 , 83.

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