Tropical Medicine & International Health
Surgery in low-income countries during crisis: experience at Médecins Sans Frontières facilities in 20 countries between 2008 and 2014*
Effectiveness of insecticide-treated and untreated nets to prevent malaria in India*
Gestational diabetes mellitus in sub-Saharan Africa: systematic review and metaregression on prevalence and risk factors*
Evidence on feasibility and effective use of mHealth strategies by frontline health workers in developing countries: systematic review*
Service delivery interventions to improve adolescents' linkage, retention and adherence to antiretroviral therapy and HIV care*
Efforts to reduce the disparity between permanent residents and temporary migrants: Stop TB experiences in Shanghai, China
Quality of life of Nepali patients with ear disease before and after corrective surgery
Combining malaria control with house electrification: adherence to recommended behaviours for proper deployment of solar-powered mosquito trapping systems, Rusinga Island, western Kenya
Who is left behind on the road to universal facility delivery? A cross-sectional multilevel analysis in rural Tanzania
Point-of-care ultrasound education for non-physician clinicians in a resource-limited emergency department
Screening of patients with Diabetes Mellitus for Tuberculosis in Community Health Settings in China
Differences in malaria care seeking and dispensing outcomes for adults and children attending drug vendors in Nasarawa, Nigeria
Building awareness to health insurance among the target population of community-based health insurance schemes in rural India
Cost of neurocysticercosis patients treated in two referral hospitals in Mexico City, Mexico
No evidence of MERS-CoV in Ghanaian Hajj pilgrims: cautious interpretation is needed
Response to the letter to the editor: Barasheed et al ., ‘No evidence of MERS-CoV in Ghanaian Hajj pilgrims: cautious interpretation is needed’