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Psychoactive substances use and associated factors among Axum university students, Axum Town, North Ethiopia
BackgroundThe use of substances such as alcohol, khat leaves and tobacco have long been recognized as one of the leading causes of human suffering and become one of the rising major public health andExpand
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Willingness to Pay for Community Based Health Insurance among Households in the Rural Community of Fogera District, North West Ethiopia
Introduction: Community-based health insurance schemes are becoming increasingly recognized as a tool to finance health care in developing countries. The Ethiopian government is now implementingExpand
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Timely Initiation of Complementary Feeding Practice and Associated Factors among Mothers of Children Aged from 6 to 24 Months in Axum Town, North Ethiopia
Introduction: Appropriate complementary feeding is critical for the achievement of a healthy growth and development and mere survival of young children. Lack of appropriate breast-feeding andExpand
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Patientsâ Satisfaction and its determinants in Outpatient Department ofDeberebirhan Referral Hospital, North Shoa, Ethiopia
Introduction: Patient satisfaction is a primary means of measuring the effectiveness of healthcare delivery. Patients have explicit desires for quality services when they visit health institutions.Expand
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Turnover Intention and Associated Factors Among Health Professionals inUniversity of Gondar Referral Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia
Background: Health workers turnover is an increasing problem that threatens the functioning of the health care sector worldwide, especially in developing countries. There are very few studies onExpand
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Determinants of delay in timely treatment seeking for diarrheal diseases among mothers with under-five children in central Ethiopia: A case control study
Background Delays in seeking timely appropriate care contributes to a large number of deaths from diarrhea in children. This study aimed to identify determinants of delays in seeking timely treatmentExpand
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Demand for health care service and associated factors among patients in the community of Tsegedie District, Northern Ethiopia
BackgroundDemand-side barriers are as important as supply factors in deterring patients from obtaining treatment. Developing countries including Ethiopia have been focusing on promoting health careExpand
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Human Resource Information System implementation readiness in the Ethiopian health sector: a cross-sectional study
BackgroundHealth workforce information systems in low-income countries tend to be defective with poor relationship to information sources. Human Resource Information System (HRIS) is currently in aExpand
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