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Cross-sectional study of Ebola virus disease preparedness among National Health Service hospital trusts in England.
BACKGROUND The largest outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) is ongoing in West Africa. Air-travel data indicate that outside Africa, the UK is among the countries at greatest risk of importing aExpand
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Learning from Somaliland? Transferability of learning from volunteering to national health service practice in the UK
BackgroundCapacity building partnerships between healthcare institutions have the potential to benefit both partners particularly in staff development. Previous research suggests that volunteeringExpand
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Settlements and separation in the West Bank: future implications for health
The conflict and socioeconomic isolation that has been engendered by the policies of settlement expansion and separation barrier construction is arguably the most pervasive threat to the health ofExpand
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Sustained Reduction in Third-generation Cephalosporin Usage in Adult Inpatients Following Introduction of an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program in a Large, Urban Hospital in Malawi
Abstract Background Third-generation cephalosporins (3GC) remain the first-choice empiric antibiotic for severe infection in many sub-Saharan African hospitals. In Malawi, the limited availability ofExpand
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Small and light arms violence reduction as a public health measure: the case of Libya
The conflict environment in Libya is characterized by continued pervasive insecurity amidst the widespread availability of small arms and light weapons (SALW). After the First Civil War, armedExpand
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Pulmonary tuberculosis presenting as post-operative fever of unknown origin
Post-operative fever is common following emergency surgery. Investigation and management of post-operative fever can be challenging when a clear source of sepsis is not evident or the underlyingExpand