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  1. Evidence-based obstetric care is widely promoted in developing countries, but the success of implementation is not known. Using selected childbirth care procedures in four hospitals in Shanghai, we compared pr...

    Authors: Xu Qian, Helen Smith, Li Zhou, Ji Liang and Paul Garner
    Citation: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2001 1:1
  2. Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) infection could lead to seriously adverse outcomes if left untreated. This study aimed to determine CT-related knowledge, opinion to testing, and practices of providers among different ...

    Authors: Rongxing Weng, Chunlai Zhang, Lizhang Wen, Yiting Luo, Jianbin Ye, Honglin Wang, Jing Li, Ning Ning, Junxin Huang, Xiangsheng Chen and Yumao Cai
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2022 22:601
  3. Uganda has an imbalanced distribution of the health workforce, which may be influenced by the specialty career preferences of medical students. In spite of this, there is inadequate literature concerning the f...

    Authors: Job Kuteesa, Victor Musiime, Ian G. Munabi, Aloysius G. Mubuuke, Robert Opoka, David Mukunya and Sarah Kiguli
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2021 21:215
  4. Most studies evaluating career aspirations among gender are performed in Anglo-Saxon countries. Two recent French studies looked at the career choice of residents in obstetrics & gynecology. It seemed useful t...

    Authors: A. Cathelain, M. Jourdain, C. Cordonnier, S. Catteau-Jonard, D. Sebbane, M. C. Copin, L. Berlingo, C. Rubod and C. Garabedian
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2021 21:63
  5. Audit and feedback as an implementation strategy leads to small, but potentially important improvements in practice. Yet, audit and feedback is time and personnel intensive. Many interventions designed for inp...

    Authors: Rebecca F. Hamm, Lisa D. Levine, Meghan Lane-Fall and Rinad Beidas
    Citation: Implementation Science Communications 2021 2:103
  6. Developments in 3-dimensional (3D) printing technology has made it possible to produce high quality, affordable 3D printed models for use in medicine. As a result, there is a growing assessment of this approac...

    Authors: Carly M. Cooke, Teresa E. Flaxman, Lindsey Sikora, Olivier Miguel and Sukhbir S. Singh
    Citation: 3D Printing in Medicine 2023 9:6
  7. Coordination between the autonomous professional groups in midwifery and obstetrics is a key debate in the Netherlands. At the same time, it remains unclear what the current coordination challenges are.

    Authors: Vera LN Schölmerich, Anke G Posthumus, Halleh Ghorashi, Adja JM Waelput, Peter Groenewegen and Semiha Denktaş
    Citation: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014 14:145
  8. In Japan, the absolute deficiency of doctors and maldistribution of doctors by specialty is a significant problem in the Japanese health care system. The purpose of this study was to investigate the factors co...

    Authors: Ryuichi Kawamoto, Daisuke Ninomiya, Yoshihisa Kasai, Tomo Kusunoki, Nobuyuki Ohtsuka, Teru Kumagi and Masanori Abe
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2016 16:288
  9. This project aims to study the use of antibiotics in three clinical wards in the largest tertiary teaching hospital in Ethiopia for a period of 1 year. The specific aims were to assess the prevalence of patien...

    Authors: Girma Gutema, Helle Håkonsen, Ephrem Engidawork and Else-Lydia Toverud
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2018 18:326
  10. Comfort of patients with medical students is important and promotes appropriate clinical reasoning and skills development in the students. There is however limited data in this field in Uganda. In this study, ...

    Authors: Amos Deogratius Mwaka, Seti Taremwa, Winnie Adoch, Jennifer Achan, Peruth Ainembabazi, Grace Walego, Moses Levi Ntayi, Felix Bongomin and Charles Benstons Ibingira
    Citation: BMC Medical Education 2022 22:519
  11. An irrational antibiotic use is a common problem in developing countries like Ethiopia, which makes empiric antibiotics use difficult. It is considered to be the greatest health problem in our time and future ...

    Authors: Mesay Dechasa, Legese Chelkeba, Amente Jorise, Birbirsa Sefera and Tsegaye Melaku
    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2022 15:84
  12. Choosing a medical specialty requires medical students to match their interests and social-cultural situations with their perceptions of the various specialties.

    Authors: Charles Weissman, Howard Tandeter, Rachel Yaffa Zisk-Rony, Yoram G Weiss, Uriel Elchalal, Alex Avidan and Josh E Schroeder
    Citation: Israel Journal of Health Policy Research 2013 2:19
  13. Every year an estimated three million neonates die globally and two hundred thousand of these deaths occur in Pakistan. Majority of these neonates die in rural areas of underdeveloped countries from preventabl...

    Authors: Ali Turab, Shabina Ariff, Muhammad A Habib, Imran Ahmed, Masawar Hussain, Akhtar Rashid, Zahid Memon, Mohammad I Khan, Sajid Soofi and Zulfiqar A Bhutta
    Citation: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2013 13:136
  14. Healthcare costs have substantially increased in recent years, threatening the population health. Obstetric care is a significant contributor to this scenario since it represents 20% of healthcare. The rate of...

    Authors: Romulo Negrini, Raquel Domingues da Silva Ferreira and Daniela Zaros Guimarães
    Citation: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2021 21:333
  15. Clinical pharmacy service has evolved steadily over the past few decades and is contributing to the ‘patient care journey’ at all stages. The service improves safety and effectiveness of medicines, thereby avo...

    Authors: Arebu Issa Bilal, Zelalem Tilahun, Gebremedhin Beedemariam, Belete Ayalneh, Bisrat Hailemeskel and Ephrem Engidawork
    Citation: Journal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice 2016 9:7

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