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January-March  2016 |  Vol 60 |  Issue  1    RSS Feed Table of Contents
  Improving the quality and use of routine health data for decision-making
  Health systems are responsible for providing good-quality and easily accessible health care that is responsive to the population's needs. Each building block of the health system [1] interacts with th...
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  Students' perception of quality of medical education in a medical college in west Bengal, India
  Background: Students' perceived quality of educational service is an important field of educational research. Objectives: To identify the gaps in the quality of educational services as p...
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  Identification and exploration of the needs for health care in tuberculosis patients dropping out from therapy in Malang city: A qualitative phenomenological study
  Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is a chronic infectious disease that remains a major public health issue in the world, including Indonesia. Various efforts have been made by governments to cope w...
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  Prevalence of risk factors for non-communicable diseases in Bangladesh: Results from STEPS survey 2010
  Background: Nationally representative data on noncommunicable disease (NCD) risk factors are lacking in Bangladesh. This study was done to determine the prevalence of common risk factors for ma...
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