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Beynon, F. and Guérin, F. and Lampariello, R. and Schmitz, T. and Tan, R. and Ratanaprayul, N. and Tamrat, T. and Pellé, K. G. and Catho, G. and Keitel, K. and Masanja, I. and Rambaud-Althaus, C.. (2023) Digitalizing clinical guidelines: experiences in the development of clinical decision support algorithms for management of childhood illness in resource-constrained settings. Glob Health Sci Pract, 11 (4). e2200439.

Beynon, F. and Salzmann, T. and Faye, P. M. and Thiongane, A. and Ndiaye, O. and Luwanda, L. B. and Alladiguimbai, M. and Triclin, F. and Harper, M. and Elkin, J. A. and Delaigue, S. and Tan, R.. (2023) Systèmes d'aide à la décision clinique pour la pédiatrie en santé. Revue médicale suisse, 19 (836). pp. 1398-1403.

Farnham, A. and Loss, G. and Lyatuu, I. and Cossa, H. and Kulinkina, A. V. and Winkler, M. S.. (2023) A roadmap for using DHIS2 data to track progress in key health indicators in the Global South: experience from sub-Saharan Africa. BMC public health, 23. p. 1030.

Kachimanga, C. and Divala, T. H. and Ket, J. C. F. and Kulinkina, A. V. and Zaniku, H. R. and Murkherjee, J. and Palazuelos, D. and Abejirinde, I. O. and Akker, T. V. D.. (2023) Adoption of mHealth technologies by community health workers to improve the use of maternal health services in Sub-Saharan Africa: protocol for a mixed method systematic review. JMIR Res Protoc, 12. e44066.

Kulinkina, A. V. and Farnham, A. and Biritwum, N. K. and Utzinger, J. and Walz, Y.. (2023) How do disease control measures impact spatial predictions of schistosomiasis and hookworm? The example of predicting school-based prevalence before and after preventive chemotherapy in Ghana. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 17 (6). e0011424.

Palmeirim, M. S. and Erismann, S. and Leuenberger, A. and Berger-González, M. and Mtenga, S. and Sayasone, S. and Odermatt, P. and Prytherch, H. and Somerville, C.. (2023) Gender in public health research: reflections on design and process across four research projects in low-and middle-income countries. PLOS Glob Public Health, 3 (4). e0000808.

Tan, R. and Cobuccio, L. and Beynon, F. and Levine, G. A. and Vaezipour, N. and Luwanda, L. B. and Mangu, C. and Vonlanthen, A. and De Santis, O. and Salim, N. and Manji, K. and Naburi, H. and Chirande, L. and Matata, L. and Bulongeleje, M. and Moshiro, R. and Miheso, A. and Arimi, P. and Ndiaye, O. and Faye, M. and Thiongane, A. and Awasthi, S. and Sharma, K. and Kumar, G. and Van De Maat, J. and Kulinkina, A. and Rwandarwacu, V. and Dusengumuremyi, T. and Nkuranga, J. B. and Rusingiza, E. and Tuyisenge, L. and Hartley, M. A. and Faivre, V. and Thabard, J. and Keitel, K. and D'Acremont, V.. (2023) ePOCT+ and the medAL-; suite; : development of an electronic clinical decision support algorithm and digital platform for pediatric outpatients in low- and middle-income countries. PLOS Digit Health, 2. e0000170.

Anufriyeva, V. and Pavlova, M. and Stepurko, T. and Groot, W.. (2022) The perception of health care quality by primary health care managers in Ukraine. BMC Health Serv Res, 22. p. 895.

Bahati, C. and Rukundo, G. and Nyirahabimana, N. and Izabayo, J. and Niyonsenga, J. and Sezibera, V.. (2022) The prevalence of mental disorders among intimate partner violence exposed and non-exposed Rwandans: findings from a national cross-sectional survey. Psychiatry research, 310. p. 114465.

Bohle, L. F. and Abdallah, A. K. and Galli, F. and Canavan, R. and Molesworth, K.. (2022) Knowledge, attitudes and practices towards malaria diagnostics among healthcare providers and healthcare-seekers in Kondoa district, Tanzania: a multi-methodological situation analysis. Malar J, 21. p. 224.

Hoang, T. K. D. and Binh, Q. A. and Bui, X. T. and Le, T. H. and Dang, B. T. and Nguyen, H. H. and Ngo, T. T. M. and Kohler, P. and Makohliso, S. and Maryna, P. and Raab, M. and Vanobberghen, A. and Hayter, A. and Schonenberger, K.. (2022) Assessment of water, sanitation, and hygiene services in district health care facilities in rural area of Mekong delta, Vietnam. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 194 (Suppl. 2). p. 775.

Schmitz, T. and Beynon, F. and Musard, C. and Kwiatkowski, M. and Landi, M. and Ishaya, D. and Zira, J. and Muazu, M. and Renner, C. and Emmanuel, E. and Bulus, S. G. and Rossi, R.. (2022) Effectiveness of an electronic clinical decision support system in improving the management of childhood illness in primary care in rural Nigeria: an observational study. BMJ Open, 12 (7). e055315.

Schultes, O. L. and Sikder, M. and Agyapong, E. A. and Sodipo, M. O. and Naumova, E. N. and Kosinski, K. C. and Kulinkina, A. V.. (2022) Longitudinal borehole functionality in 15 rural Ghanaian towns from three groundwater quality clusters. BMC Res Notes, 15. p. 114.

Simpson, R. B. and Kulinkina, A. V. and Naumova, E. N.. (2022) Investigating seasonal patterns in enteric infections: a systematic review of time series methods. Epidemiology and infection, 150. e50.

Kachimanga, C. and Dibba, Y. and Patiño, M. and Gassimu, J. S. and Lavallie, D. and Sesay, S. and Lado, M. and Kulinkina, A. V.. (2021) Implementation of a non-communicable disease clinic in rural Sierra Leone: early experiences and lessons learned. J Public Health Policy, 42 (3). pp. 422-438.

Wroe, E. B. and Nhlema, B. and Dunbar, E. L. and Kulinkina, A. V. and Kachimanga, C. and Aron, M. and Dullie, L. and Makungwa, H. and Chabwera, B. and Phiri, B. and Nazimera, L. and Ndarama, E. P. L. and Michaelis, A. and McBain, R. and Brown, C. and Palazuelos, D. and Lilford, R. and Watson, S. I.. (2021) A household-based community health worker programme for non-communicable disease, malnutrition, tuberculosis, HIV and maternal health: a stepped-wedge cluster randomised controlled trial in Neno District, Malawi. BMJ Glob Health, 6 (9). e006535.

Kempers, J. and Bohle, L. F. and Topa, A. and Ross, G. and Kasymova, Z. and Yarbaeva, S. and Rotaru, C. and Prytherch, H.. (2020) Investment case for two-year post university speciality training in family medicine in Tajikistan: how much is needed for continuing and scaling up the improved education of family doctors? BMC Health Serv Res, 20. p. 1132.

Merid, Simon Kebede and Novoloaca, Alexei and Sharp, Gemma C. and Küpers, Leanne K. and Kho, Alvin T. and Roy, Ritu and Gao, Lu and Annesi-Maesano, Isabella and Jain, Pooja and Plusquin, Michelle and Kogevinas, Manolis and Allard, Catherine and Vehmeijer, Florianne O. and Kazmi, Nabila and Salas, Lucas A. and Rezwan, Faisal I. and Zhang, Hongmei and Sebert, Sylvain and Czamara, Darina and Rifas-Shiman, Sheryl L. and Melton, Phillip E. and Lawlor, Debbie A. and Pershagen, Göran and Breton, Carrie V. and Huen, Karen and Baiz, Nour and Gagliardi, Luigi and Nawrot, Tim S. and Corpeleijn, Eva and Perron, Patrice and Duijts, Liesbeth and Nohr, Ellen Aagaard and Bustamante, Mariona and Ewart, Susan L. and Karmaus, Wilfried and Zhao, Shanshan and Page, Christian M. and Herceg, Zdenko and Jarvelin, Marjo-Riitta and Lahti, Jari and Baccarelli, Andrea A. and Anderson, Denise and Kachroo, Priyadarshini and Relton, Caroline L. and Bergström, Anna and Eskenazi, Brenda and Soomro, Munawar Hussain and Vineis, Paolo and Snieder, Harold and Bouchard, Luigi and Jaddoe, Vincent W. and Sørensen, Thorkild I. A. and Vrijheid, Martine and Arshad, S. Hasan and Holloway, John W. and Håberg, Siri E. and Magnus, Per and Dwyer, Terence and Binder, Elisabeth B. and DeMeo, Dawn L. and Vonk, Judith M. and Newnham, John and Tantisira, Kelan G. and Kull, Inger and Wiemels, Joseph L. and Heude, Barbara and Sunyer, Jordi and Nystad, Wenche and Munthe-Kaas, Monica C. and Räikkönen, Katri and Oken, Emily and Huang, Rae-Chi and Weiss, Scott T. and Antó, Josep Maria and Bousquet, Jean and Kumar, Ashish and Söderhäll, Cilla and Almqvist, Catarina and Cardenas, Andres and Gruzieva, Olena and Xu, Cheng-Jian and Reese, Sarah E. and Kere, Juha and Brodin, Petter and Solomon, Olivia and Wielscher, Matthias and Holland, Nina and Ghantous, Akram and Hivert, Marie-France and Felix, Janine F. and Koppelman, Gerard H. and London, Stephanie J. and Melén, Erik. (2020) Epigenome-wide meta-analysis of blood DNA methylation in newborns and children identifies numerous loci related to gestational age. Genome medicine, 12. p. 25.

Bernasconi, Andrea and Crabbé, Francois and Adedeji, Ajibola Margret and Bello, Attahiru and Schmitz, Torsten and Landi, Marco and Rossi, Rodolfo. (2019) Results from one-year use of an electronic Clinical Decision Support System in a post-conflict context: an implementation research. PLoS ONE, 14 (12). e0225634.

Bernasconi, A. and Crabbé, F. and Rossi, R. and Qani, I. and Vanobberghen, A. and Raab, M. and Du Mortier, S.. (2018) The ALMANACH Project : preliminary results and potentiality from Afghanistan. International journal of medical informatics, 114. pp. 130-135.

Bernasconi, Andrea and Crabbé, François and Raab, Martin and Rossi, Rodolfo. (2018) Can the use of digital algorithms improve quality care? An example from Afghanistan. PloS one, 13 (11). e0207233.

Cusso-Calabuig, Roser and Carrera Farran, Xavier and Bosch-Capblanch, Xavier. (2018) Effects of intensive use of computers in secondary school on gender differences in attitudes towards ICT: a systematic review. Education and Information Technologies, 23 (5). pp. 2111-2139.

Anastasi, Erin and Ekanem, Ekanem and Hill, Olivia and Adebayo Oluwakemi, Agnes and Abayomi, Oluwatosin and Bernasconi, Andrea. (2017) Unmasking inequalities : sub-national maternal and child mortality data from two urban slums in Lagos, Nigeria tells the story. PLoS ONE, 12 (5). e0177190.

Biaggi, C. and Blunier, M. and Matter, S.. (2013) eLearning in maternal and child health : the example of IMPACtt. Bulletin / Medicus Mundi Schweiz, Nr. 127. pp. 72-76.

Riabtseva, N. and Raab, M. and Castro, G. and Naumovets, G.. (2013) Using a perinatal registry to screen for NCDs in Ukraine : web based application. Bulletin / Medicus Mundi Schweiz, Nr. 128. pp. 34-37.

Shchaviy, I. and Blunier, M. and Zaugg, C.. (2011) Electronic perinatal registry in Volyn, Ukraine : concept and implementation strategy. Ukrainian Journal of Telemedicine and Medical Telematics, Vol. 9. pp. 11-16.

Moharra, M. and Espallargues, M. and Kubesch, N. and Estrada, M. D. and Parada, A. and Vondeling, H. and Lo, S. A. and Cristofides, S. and Turk, E. and Raab, M.. (2009) Systems to support health technology assessment (HTA) in member states of the European union with limited institutionalization of HTA. International journal of technology assessment in health care, Vol. 25 Suppl 2. pp. 75-83.

Book Section

Zaugg, Claudio. (2011) Better information, better decisions, better care : introducing a web-based inventory system for medical devices in Moldova. In: International Conference on Nanotechnologies and Biomedical Engineering, Chisinau, Moldova, July 7-8, 2011 : proceedings. Chisinau, pp. 427-430.

Zaugg, C. and Raab, M.. (2010) Improving health technology management : development of a model for the implementation of an essential information system for medical devices in low- and middle-income countries. In: Global telemedicine and eHealth updates : knowledge resources, Vol. 3. Luxembourg, pp. 432-436.

Newspaper or Magazine Article

Stepurko, T. and Kovtoniuk, P. and Riabtseva, N. and Raab, M. and Hoffmann, A.. (1 January 2017) Shore-term education for health care administrators in Ukraine: Swiss-Ukrainian collaboration. Вісник АПСВТ, 35 (614). pp. 61-70. Kiev.


UNSPECIFIED. (2015) Establishing a simulation center: essentials and guidelines. Experience of the Mother and Child Health Project. pp. 1-56. Kyiv, Ukraine.

Stratulat, P. and Caraus, T. and Blunier, M.. (2011) Use of telemedicine in pilot centres within the perinatal system : proceedings of the International Conference on Nanotechnologies and Biomedical Engineering, Chisinau July 6-9 2011. Chisinau.

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