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The government of Burundi is implementing a new financing scheme in health centres. The objective is to provide additional financial compensations to health centres on the basis of their performance in nutrition activities: it consists in the introduction of criteria focusing on malnutrition prevention and care activities in the existing performance based financing (PBF) system. The general objective of this study is to assess the effects of this new financing scheme, to...
Self-directed care (SDC) programs give people with disabilities control over public funds to purchase traditional behavioral health and non-traditional services in order to remain outside of institutional settings. The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of this model on participant outcomes, service costs, and user satisfaction among people with serious mental illness.
The main objective is to investigate effects of perineal trauma at birth on women´s health and whether early physiotherapy improves pelvic floor strength. This will be achieved by an acknowledged/validated questionnaire sent electronically 6 weeks after first delivery. Women with 2-4° perineal tears will be offered participation in a single-blinded randomized intervention study to compare outcome after targeted physiotherapy with conventional advice and support. Intervention ...
The study investigators propose to test various supply-side approaches to increase the numbers of both SARCs (short-acting reversible contraceptives, i.e. the pill and injectable) and especially LARCs (long-acting reversible contraceptives, i.e. the IUD and implant) administered by health facilities to reproductive-age females in Cameroon, particularly adolescents who may be unmarried and/or nulliparous. The study investigators will do this via interventions at primary health f...
Economic impact of cancer treatments is increasing for years: increase of number of patients (385 000 new occurrences in 2015), increase of life expectancies, chronicization of diseases and increase of therapeutic innovation costs. Oral anticancer drugs allow the ambulatory turn in oncologic treatments, avoid hospitalizations dues to injectable chemotherapies and improve patient autonomy. In real life situation, these drugs still remain linked to significant drug iatrogenic ef...
Worldwide about 88 million children drop out of primary school annually. One of the contributory factors is a lack of school readiness among young children, their families and their teachers. To better prepare young children for school, investment in early childhood interventions is necessary. Young children require good health, adequate nutrition and social-emotional, cognitive and communication skills to succeed in school, which requires both support in the family environment...
Medical and Scientific Background: Colorectal cancers (CRC) are the leading cancers in both genders. This cancer is of prognostic severity. The prognosis of this cancer has not been significantly improved. The treatment of colonic cancer is primarily based on surgery. Adjuvant chemotherapy is proposed for metastatic cancers (stages III and IV). However nearly 30% of patients with localized cancer (stage II) will present a recurrence. Despite intense research efforts, no markers...