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Research data: HEALTH SERVICES
2009 "You become afraid to tell them that you are gay": availability and utilisation of health services by men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Johannesburg/eThekwini men's study
Background: The Johannesburg/eThekwini Men's Study (JEMS) was conducted to provide information on HIV among men who have sex with men (MSM) ...Download this report
2009 Utilisation of the national antiretroviral therapy guidelines among health care professionals working in Abuja treatment centres, Nigeria
Access to and utilisations of the National Antiretroviral Treatment Guidelines (NATG) are valuable factors for effective programme implement...
This article discusses the inclusion of traditional care into the national health-care system by a traditional medicine directorate within t...
2009 Self-reported diabetes prevalance and risk factors in South Africa: results from the world health survey
Using the data from the South African World Health Survey (WHS), the current study aims to assess the self-reported prevalence of diabetes a...