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Pan African Medical Journal
We believe that scientific work done in Africa should be rapidly and freely made available to all researchers worldwide. Aim: To create, stimulate and perpetuate a culture of information sharing and publishing amongst researchers and other health actors of the African health scene in ways that will contribute to availability of health information, better understanding of Africa specificities and overall, to improve health outcomes of the people on the continent. Scope: We publish original scientific research on clinical, public health, social, political, economic and all other factors affecting the health of populations in Africa.

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The experience of disproportionate supplies of COVID-19 vaccines to Africa: the need for Africa to decolonize its public health response (Essay)
Adeponle Olayode Adeoye, John Lola Okunola, Sunday Olutayo Fakunle
PAMJ. 44(54). 27 Jan 2023
Health care providers´ preparedness and health care protection against the third wave of COVID-19 pandemics in a resource-limited setting in Southwest Ethiopia: a multi-center cross-sectional study (Research)
Fisha Alebel GebreEyesus, Omega Tolessa Geleta, Bisrat Zeleke Shiferaw, Tadesse Tsehay Tarekegn, Baye Tsegaye Amlak, Mamo Solomon Emeria, Tamene Fetene Terefe, Bogale Chekole Temere, Agerie Aynalem Mewahegn, Melkamu Senbeta Jimma, Ermias Sisay Chanie, Natnael Moges Misganaw, Fatuma Seid Degu, Menen Amare Eshetu
PAMJ. 44(53). 26 Jan 2023
Personal protective equipment availability and accessibility among nurses and midwives in selected urban general hospitals in Lusaka, Zambia: a cross-sectional study (Research)
Sebean Mayimbo, Kabwe Chitundu, Samson Shumba, Nedah Chikonde Musonda, Mutinke Zulu, Deborah Nayame Mushamba, Lonia Mwape, Patricia Katowa-Mukwato
PAMJ. 44(52). 25 Jan 2023
Timely initiation of first antenatal care visit and associated factors among pregnant women in the Amhara Region, north-west Ethiopia: a comparative cross-sectional study (Research)
Workaferu Fetene, Alemtsehay Mekonnen, Zemenu Shiferaw, Almaw Genet, Semehal Haile
PAMJ. 44(51). 25 Jan 2023
Carcinome épidermoïde du périnée masculin: à propos d´un cas (Case report)
Diakite Mamadou Lamine, Cheickna Badiaga, Samassekou Aissata, Coulibaly Seydou, Dembélé Mayoro, Berthe Honore Jean Gabriel
PAMJ. 44(50). 25 Jan 2023
Clinical characteristics and short-term outcomes of adult stroke patients admitted to Jimma Medical Center, Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study (Research)
Abel Wubshet, Korinan Fanta, Tadesse Dukesa Gemachu, Addis Birhanu, Esayas Kebede Gudina
PAMJ. 44(49). 25 Jan 2023
A surgical partial excision for the treatment of lingual ectopic thyroid: a case report (Case report)
Ariefian Erlangga, Muhtarum Yusuf
PAMJ. 44(46). 24 Jan 2023
Ustekinumab-induced autoimmune hepatitis: about a case report (Case report)
Ali Said Samah, Tennenbaum Ruth, Kallel Roua, Vitte René Louis
PAMJ. 44(44). 24 Jan 2023
Knowledge, perceptions, practices, and health risk awareness of African Basotho women towards skin lightening products: a cross-sectional survey (Research)
Nthabiseng Florina Motloh, Eltony Mugomeri, Clemence Tarirai
PAMJ. 44(43). 24 Jan 2023

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