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Christopher Vunni Draiko, Khemika Yamarat et al.
This study aimed to evaluate the long-term retention of knowledge, skills, and competency of health workers who completed a Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) training program and its effect on newborn mortality. a quasi-experimental pre- and post-intervention study was conducted. Participants were health workers selected based on their previous traini...Read more
Domaine: Neonatology,Pediatrics (general) | 05 Jul 2019
Research
Yumi Yestiana, et al. | 27 Jun 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 27 Jun 2019; 33(148)
This study aimed to determine the factors that predict the incidence of burnout in nurses who work at the Public Hospital of Tangerang Regency in Banten, Indonesia. a cross-sectional design was used...Read more
Opinion
Francois-Xavier Mbopi-Keou, et al. | 22 Feb 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 22 Feb 2019; 32(87)
This position paper is written in reference to the recent extensive media coverage of the report of the Independent Panel describing Harassment, Including Sexual Harassment, Bullying and Abuse of Powe...Read more
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Bandoh Delia Akosua, et al. | 29 May 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 29 May 2019; 33(68)
Field Epidemiology Training Programmes (FETPs) are functional ways of strengthening epidemiology, surveillance and outbreak response capacity in countries. However, sustainability of FETPs is a major...Read more
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Pan African Medical Journal. 21 Jun 2019; 33(133)
L'objectif de cette étude était d'analyser les aspects épidémiocliniques, thérapeutiques et anatomopathologiques de la fistule urogénitale (FUG). L'étude rétrospective porte sur les cas de FUG admis d...Read more
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Obioma Chukwudi Uchendu, et al. | 04 Jul 2019
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INTRODCUTION: Female condom awareness and use have been poorly documented in Sub-Saharan region especially among street youths. This study assessed its awareness and use among street youths. a cross-...Read more
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Benabdellah Nawal, et al. | 29 Apr 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 29 Apr 2019; 32(210)
Les troubles de l'équilibre de l'eau représentent une pathologie fréquente dans notre pratique clinique. L'étude du récepteur V2R est importante pour la compré...Read more
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Refiloe Stephania Mabathoana, et al. | 04 Jul 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 04 Jul 2019; 33(166)
With its number of employees ranging from 45,310 to 46,000, the textile and apparel industry is the main private sector employer of labour in Lesotho. It has been reported that a third (an estimated 3...Read more

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Yawovi Mawufemo Tsevi, et al. | 05 Jul 2019
Pan African Medical Journal. 05 Jul 2019; 33(176)
Nous rapportons dans ce travail un cas d'hématome sous capsulaire spontané rompu de la rate, induite par un toxique traditionnel, et révélé par une insuffisance rénale aigue avec hémolyse intravascula...Read more
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