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Additional file 2 of Palliative care in the Eastern Mediterranean: comparative analysis using specific indicators

Miguel Antonio Sánchez-Cárdenas, Nasim Pourghazian, Eduardo Garralda, Danny van Steijn, Slim Slama, Edgar Benítez, Marie-Charlotte Bouësseau & Carlos Centeno
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Additional file 1 of Detection of Salmonella Typhi nucleic acid by RT-PCR and anti-HlyE, -CdtB, -PilL, and -Vi IgM by ELISA at sites in Ghana, Madagascar and Ethiopia

Ursula Panzner, Ondari Daniel Mogeni, Yaw Adu-Sarkodie, Trevor Toy, Hyon Jin Jeon, Gi Deok Pak, Se Eun Park, Yeetey Enuameh, Ellis Owusu-Dabo, Trinh Van Tan, Abraham Aseffa, Mekonnen Teferi, Biruk Yeshitela, Stephen Baker, Raphael Rakotozandrindrainy & Florian Marks
Additional file 1. Location of sites in Ethiopia [1A], Ghana [1B] and Madagascar [1C]. Notes: The location of each site is indicated as a black dot and the site’s name in red font; Ethiopia (Figure 1A): nine regional states (black italic, capital letters) and two chartered cities (black italic, lower letters) are shown;SNNPR=Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region; Ghana (Figure 1B): ten regions (black italic, capital letters) are shown; Madagascar (Figure 1C): six provinces (black...

Risk and Protective Factors for Violence Against Women and Girls Living in Conflict and Natural Disaster-Affected Settings: A Systematic Review

Maureen Murphy, Mary Ellsberg, Aminat Balogun & Claudia García-Moreno
This systematic review provides an overview of existing research on risk and protective factors associated with violence against women and girls (VAWG) in conflict and natural disaster settings. PubMed (Medline); PsycINFO; Scopus; and Cochrane Center trials registrar were searched as well as relevant internet repositories for VAWG research. The inclusion criteria covered studies that were published between January 1995 and December 2020, documented risk and/or protective factors for VAWG in conflict or natural disaster-affected settings...

Human resource needs and costs for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis provision in nurse-led primary care in Eswatini and opportunities for task sharing

Stefan Kohler, Shona Dalal, Anita Hettema, Sindy Matse, Till Bärnighausen & Nicolas Paul
Abstract Background The global expansion of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) includes health systems that face a shortage of skilled health care workers (HCWs). We estimated the human resource needs and costs for providing PrEP in nurse-led primary care clinics in Eswatini. Furthermore, we assessed potential cost savings from task sharing between nurses and other HCW cadres. Methods We conducted a time-and-motion and costing study in a PrEP demonstration project between August 2017 and January 2019....

Additional file 3 of Human resource needs and costs for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis provision in nurse-led primary care in Eswatini and opportunities for task sharing

Stefan Kohler, Shona Dalal, Anita Hettema, Sindy Matse, Till Bärnighausen & Nicolas Paul
Additional file 3. Supplement C: Implementation Guide for PrEP demonstration projects in Swaziland

Additional file 4 of Human resource needs and costs for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis provision in nurse-led primary care in Eswatini and opportunities for task sharing

Stefan Kohler, Shona Dalal, Anita Hettema, Sindy Matse, Till Bärnighausen & Nicolas Paul
Additional file 4. Supplement D: Time-and-motion form used for data collection in a PrEP demonstration project in Eswatini

Additional file 1 of Are emojis ready to promote the WHO 5 moments for hand hygiene in healthcare?

Nasim Lotfinejad, Ermira Tartari, Julien Sauser, Carolina Fankhauser-Rodriguez, Daniela Pires & Didier Pittet
Additional file 1. “Your Five Moments for Hand Hygiene” Emoji assessment.

Additional file 2 of Do in-service training materials for midwifery care providers in sub-Saharan Africa meet international competency standards? A scoping review 2000–2020

Joanne Welsh, Hashim Hounkpatin, Mechthild M. Gross, Claudia Hanson & Ann-Beth Moller
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Do in-service training materials for midwifery care providers in sub-Saharan Africa meet international competency standards? A scoping review 2000–2020

Joanne Welsh, Hashim Hounkpatin, Mechthild M. Gross, Claudia Hanson & Ann-Beth Moller
Abstract Background Levels of maternal and neonatal mortality remain high in sub-Saharan Africa, with an estimated 66% of global maternal deaths occurring in this region. Many deaths are linked to poor quality of care, which in turn has been linked to gaps in pre-service training programmes for midwifery care providers. In-service training packages have been developed and implemented across sub-Saharan Africa in an attempt to overcome the shortfalls in pre-service training. This scoping review has...

Additional file 1 of Research and implementation interactions in a social accountability study: utilizing guidance for conducting process evaluations of complex interventions

Joanna Paula Cordero, Vernon Mochache, Victoria Boydell, Mary Awelana Addah, Heather McMullen, Alice Monyo, Sigilbert Mrema, Dela Nai, Donat Shamba & Petrus S. Steyn
Additional file 1. CaPSAI Project - Standard Operating Procedures. figshare. Online resource. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.14363336 . Guidelines for interactions between the research and implementing teams (Interactions SoP), 2018. Social Harms Standard Operating Procedures Ghana (Social Harm SoP), 2018. Social Harms Standard Operating Procedures Tanzania (Social Harm SoP), 2018. Guidelines for authorship, external publication and use of data for higher degrees (Publications SoP) 2021.

Additional file 1 of Research and implementation interactions in a social accountability study: utilizing guidance for conducting process evaluations of complex interventions

Joanna Paula Cordero, Vernon Mochache, Victoria Boydell, Mary Awelana Addah, Heather McMullen, Alice Monyo, Sigilbert Mrema, Dela Nai, Donat Shamba & Petrus S. Steyn
Additional file 1. CaPSAI Project - Standard Operating Procedures. figshare. Online resource. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.14363336 . Guidelines for interactions between the research and implementing teams (Interactions SoP), 2018. Social Harms Standard Operating Procedures Ghana (Social Harm SoP), 2018. Social Harms Standard Operating Procedures Tanzania (Social Harm SoP), 2018. Guidelines for authorship, external publication and use of data for higher degrees (Publications SoP) 2021.

Additional file 1 of Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework to develop recommendations for induction of labour

Melissa Murano, Doris Chou, Maria Laura Costa & Tari Turner
Additional file 1. Supplementary methods and data for “Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework in the development of induction of labour recommendations”. Detailed evidence review findings, 2. Search strategies, 3. Qualitative evidence eligibility and quality assessment, 4. Qualitative evidence selection, 5. Cost and cost-effectiveness evidence, 6. EtD framework mapping, 7. Characteristics of included qualitative studies, 8. Participant characteristics in included qualitative studies, 9. References.

Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework to develop recommendations for induction of labour

Melissa Murano, Doris Chou, Maria Laura Costa & Tari Turner
Abstract Background In 2019, WHO prioritized updating recommendations relating to three labour induction topics: labour induction at or beyond term, mechanical methods for labour induction, and outpatient labour induction. As part of this process, we aimed to review the evidence addressing factors beyond clinical effectiveness (values, human rights and sociocultural acceptability, health equity, and economic and feasibility considerations) to inform WHO Guideline Development Group decision-making using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework, and to reflect on how...

Additional file 2 of Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework to develop recommendations for induction of labour

Melissa Murano, Doris Chou, Maria Laura Costa & Tari Turner
Additional file 2. Economic data extraction “Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework in the development of induction of labour recommendations”. 1. Economic study design and characteristics, 2. Treatment and cost data.

Additional file 1 of Early child stimulation, linear growth and neurodevelopment in low birth weight infants

Ravi Prakash Upadhyay, Sunita Taneja, Tor A. Strand, Halvor Sommerfelt, Mari Hysing, Sarmila Mazumder, Nita Bhandari, Jose Martines, Tarun Dua, Patricia Kariger & Rajiv Bahl
Additional file 1: Supplementary Table 1. Comparison of baseline characteristics of the infants with neurodevelopment data at 12 months (N = 516) and those that did not have (N = 36).

Hand hygiene improvement of individual healthcare workers: results of the multicentre PROHIBIT study

Tjallie van der Kooi, Hugo Sax, Hajo Grundmann, Didier Pittet, Sabine de Greeff, Jaap van Dissel, Lauren Clack, Albert W. Wu, Judith Davitt, Sofia Kostourou, Alison Maguinness, Anna Michalik, Viorica Nedelcu, Márta Patyi, Janja Perme Hajdinjak, Milena Prosen, David Tellez, Éva Varga, Fani Veini, Mirosław Ziętkiewicz & Walter Zingg
Abstract Background Traditionally, hand hygiene (HH) interventions do not identify the observed healthcare workers (HWCs) and therefore, reflect HH compliance only at population level. Intensive care units (ICUs) in seven European hospitals participating in the “Prevention of Hospital Infections by Intervention and Training” (PROHIBIT) study provided individual HH compliance levels. We analysed these to understand the determinants and dynamics of individual change in relation to the overall intervention effect. Methods We included HCWs who contributed...

Hand hygiene improvement of individual healthcare workers: results of the multicentre PROHIBIT study

Tjallie van der Kooi, Hugo Sax, Hajo Grundmann, Didier Pittet, Sabine de Greeff, Jaap van Dissel, Lauren Clack, Albert W. Wu, Judith Davitt, Sofia Kostourou, Alison Maguinness, Anna Michalik, Viorica Nedelcu, Márta Patyi, Janja Perme Hajdinjak, Milena Prosen, David Tellez, Éva Varga, Fani Veini, Mirosław Ziętkiewicz & Walter Zingg
Abstract Background Traditionally, hand hygiene (HH) interventions do not identify the observed healthcare workers (HWCs) and therefore, reflect HH compliance only at population level. Intensive care units (ICUs) in seven European hospitals participating in the “Prevention of Hospital Infections by Intervention and Training” (PROHIBIT) study provided individual HH compliance levels. We analysed these to understand the determinants and dynamics of individual change in relation to the overall intervention effect. Methods We included HCWs who contributed...

Additional file 1 of The socioeconomic impact of tuberculosis on children and adolescents: a scoping review and conceptual framework

S. Atkins, L Heimo, DJ Carter, M. Ribas Closa, L. Vanleeuw, L. Chenciner, P. Wambi, K. Sidney-Annerstedt, U Egere, S Verkuijl, A Brands, T Masini, K Viney, T. Wingfield, K Lönnroth & D. Boccia
Additional file 1: Appendix 1. Search strategy.

The socioeconomic impact of tuberculosis on children and adolescents: a scoping review and conceptual framework

S. Atkins, L Heimo, DJ Carter, M. Ribas Closa, L. Vanleeuw, L. Chenciner, P. Wambi, K. Sidney-Annerstedt, U Egere, S Verkuijl, A Brands, T Masini, K Viney, T. Wingfield, K Lönnroth & D. Boccia
Abstract Background Tuberculosis (TB) has been repeatedly shown to have socioeconomic impacts in both individual-level and ecological studies; however, much less is known about this effect among children and adolescents and the extent to which being affected by TB during childhood and adolescence can have life-course implications. This paper describes the results of the development of a conceptual framework and scoping review to review the evidence on the short- and long-term socioeconomic impact of tuberculosis...

Interventions addressing functional abilities of older people in rural and remote areas: a scoping review of available evidence based on WHO functional ability domains

Ivy Yan Zhao, Jed Montayre, Angela Y. M. Leung, Jann Foster, Ariana Kong, Stephen Neville, Ramona Ludolph, Christopher Mikton, Alana Officer & Alex Molassiotis
Abstract Background The World Health Organization (WHO) encourages healthy ageing strategies to help develop and maintain older people’s functional abilities in five domains: their ability to meet basic needs; learn, grow, and make decisions; be mobile; build and maintain relationships, and contribute to society. This scoping review reports the available evidence-based interventions that have been undertaken with people ≥ 50 years of age in rural and remote areas and the outcomes of those interventions relevant...

Additional file 1 of The global inequity in COVID-19 vaccination coverage among health and care workers

Maria Sarah Nabaggala, Tapas Sadasivan Nair, Marta Gacic-Dobo, Amani Siyam, Khassoum Diallo & Mathieu Boniol
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Additional file 1 of Interventions addressing functional abilities of older people in rural and remote areas: a scoping review of available evidence based on WHO functional ability domains

Ivy Yan Zhao, Jed Montayre, Angela Y. M. Leung, Jann Foster, Ariana Kong, Stephen Neville, Ramona Ludolph, Christopher Mikton, Alana Officer & Alex Molassiotis
Supplementary Material 1

Additional file 1 of Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework to develop recommendations for induction of labour

Melissa Murano, Doris Chou, Maria Laura Costa & Tari Turner
Additional file 1. Supplementary methods and data for “Using the WHO-INTEGRATE evidence-to-decision framework in the development of induction of labour recommendations”. Detailed evidence review findings, 2. Search strategies, 3. Qualitative evidence eligibility and quality assessment, 4. Qualitative evidence selection, 5. Cost and cost-effectiveness evidence, 6. EtD framework mapping, 7. Characteristics of included qualitative studies, 8. Participant characteristics in included qualitative studies, 9. References.

Additional file 1 of Are emojis ready to promote the WHO 5 moments for hand hygiene in healthcare?

Nasim Lotfinejad, Ermira Tartari, Julien Sauser, Carolina Fankhauser-Rodriguez, Daniela Pires & Didier Pittet
Additional file 1. “Your Five Moments for Hand Hygiene” Emoji assessment.

Additional file 2 of Education-related inequalities in beliefs and behaviors pertaining to COVID-19 non-pharmaceutical interventions

Katherine Kirkby, Nicole Bergen, Cecilia Vidal Fuertes, Anne Schlotheuber & Ahmad Reza Hosseinpoor
Additional file 2: Supplementary Table 2. Education-related inequality in four COVID-19 prevention and testing indicators by country: crude and adjusted Slope Index of Inequality (SII) and Relative Index of Inequality (RII) (UMD-CTIS, June-Dec 2021). Education-related inequality in four COVID-19 prevention and testing indicators in 90 study countries from the UMD Global COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey, June–December 2021. Education-related inequality is measured using the Slope Index of Inequality (SII) and Relative Index of Inequality (RII)....

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