Zewdu Shewangizaw

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Religious and sociocultural beliefs influence the nature of treatment and care received by people with epilepsy. Many communities in Africa and other developing nations believe that epilepsy results from evil spirits, and thus, treatment should be through the use of herbaceous plants from traditional doctors and religious leadership. Community-based(More)
Background: Holy water use in the form of a drink and a shower is the main treatment used by People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) together with other spiritual practices. A growing number of PLWHA in Ethiopia today are relocating to holy water sites. The study was intended to determine the level of use of holy water as anti-retro viral treatment (ART) among(More)
Prevalence of Relapse and Associated Factors in Patient with Schizophrenia at Amanuel Mental Specialized Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Institution Based Cross Sectional Study Zewdu Shewangizaw Weret 1 and Roan Mukherjee 2 1. College of Medicine and Health sciences, Arbaminch University, Arbaminch, Ethiopia 2. Dept. of Human Physiology, Hazaribag College(More)
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