Measuring disparities in sanitation access: does the measure matter?
Growth rates of black soldier fly larvae fed on fresh human faeces and their implication for improving sanitation
Registering medicines for low-income countries: how suitable are the stringent review procedures of the World Health Organisation, the US Food and Drug Administration and the European Medicines Agency?
Optimisation and standardisation of an immunoagglutination assay for the diagnosis of Trypanosoma cruzi infection based on latex-(recombinant antigen) complexes
Caseload, management and treatment outcomes of patients with hypertension and/or diabetes mellitus in a primary health care programme in an informal setting
Glycated nail proteins: a new approach for detecting diabetes in developing countries
Family planning in Guinea: a need for better public commitment
Psychosocial correlates of the motivation to abstain from sexual intercourse among Indonesian adolescents
Systematic review of the proportion of pregnancy-related deaths attributed to HIV in population-based studies in sub-Saharan Africa
National health insurance scheme enrolment and antenatal care among women in Ghana: is there any relationship?
Individual and community perceptions of surgical care in Sierra Leone
Anaemia, iron deficiency and a common polymorphism of iron-regulation, TMPRSS6 rs855791, in Rwandan children
Integrating public health research trials into health systems in Africa: individual or cluster randomisation?
Response to ‘Applying the ICMJE authorship criteria to operational research in low-income countries: the need to engage programme managers and policy makers’ by Zachariah et al . (2013) TMIH 18, pp. 1025–1028
RE: Applying the ICMJE authorship criteria to operational research in low-income countries: the need to engage programme managers and policy makers by Zachariah et al . (2013) TMIH 18, pp. 1025–1028
RE: Severe mental illness at ART initiation is associated with worse retention in care among HIV-infected Ugandan adults by JM Nachega et al . (2013), TMIH 18, pp 53–57
RE: Severe mental illness at ART initiation is associated with worse retention in care among HIV-infected Ugandan adults by JM Nachega et al . (2013), TMIH 18, pp 53–57