Prevalence of Anemia and Its Associated Socio-Demographic Factors Among Pregnant Women Attending an Antenatal Care Clinic at Kisugu Health Center IV, Makindye Division, Kampala, Uganda
A high prevalence of anemia among pregnant women is reported; with a majority of hypochromic-microcytic anemia; this may necessitate more anemia awareness and it requires institution of nutritional interventions to avert fetal-maternal complications.
The Effect of Internal Audit Department Function on the Performance of the Internal Control System of a Public Hospital in Uganda
This study set out to examine the effect of the internal audit department function on the performance of the internal control system in a not-profit making hospital. It focuses on Mengo Hospital in…
The Influence of District Local Government Revenue Collection on Delivery of Basic Community Services in Uganda
The study examined the influence of local government revenue collection on the delivery of services in Masaka which is one of the oldest districts in Uganda. It focused on the following specific…
Information Flow Management and the Effectiveness of the Supply Chain of Essential Medicines in the Public Sector . Evidence from Selected Public Hospitals in Uganda : A Downward Perspective
The major findings of the study were that; sharing planning information, distribution schedules, knowledge of each other stock levels and new demand were statistically significant in influencing the downward supply chain effectiveness.
Assessing the prevalence and risk factors of pre-diabetes among the community of Iganga municipality, Uganda: a cross sectional study
Prevalence of pre-diabetes is high in this community and is associated with current smoking, hypertension and high BMI and it was found that individuals with impaired fasting glucose, were subjected to OGTT.
Common uropathogens among diabetic patients with urinary tract infection at Jinja Regional Referral Hospital, Uganda
- Barbara I Nabaigwa, B. Mwambi, J. Okiria, Caesar Oyet
- MedicineAfrican Journal of Laboratory Medicine
- 9 February 2017
Factors associated with urinary tract infection in diabetic patients were age, sex and high blood glucose levels, and diabetic patients should be screened periodically for urinary tract infections.
The Supervisory Role of Head Teachers’ and the Delivery of Primary Education in the Rural Districts of Uganda
This study assessed the head teachers’ supervisory role in the delivery of Universal primary education (UPE) in the rural districts of Uganda. It focused on Busoga region in Uganda. The specific…
Inventory Management Practices and the Effectiveness of the Supply Chain of Essential Medicines in the Public Sector. Evidence from Six Selected Public Hospitals in Uganda
This study assessed the relationship between the Inventory management practices and the effectiveness of the downward supply chain of essential medicines in the selected 6 public hospitals in Uganda.…
Availability of Specialists in Hospitals and the Health Care Delivery System in Uganda
Relationship between TASO Community Initiatives and HIV/AIDS Control in Uganda
It is concluded here that the current TASO community initiatives in Entebbe should be strengthened so that strategies geared towards education information that have messages of sensitization and promoting behavioural change and those that promote a positive attitude take the centre stage in the HIV/AIDS control strategy.