Ethiopia gears up for more major health reforms

  title={Ethiopia gears up for more major health reforms},
  author={John Donnelly},
  journal={The Lancet},

Large local variations in the use of health services in rural southern Ethiopia: An ecological study

The study found that distance to the health centre was associated with the low health care utilisation and improving the accessibility of health services by upgrading the primary health care units could increase the service use.

Low and unequal use of outpatient health services in public primary health care facilities in southern Ethiopia: a facility-based cross-sectional study

The health service utilisation rate was low in Sidama, and the use of health services was lower among rural residents, men, children and elderly, and health post users.

Health and politics in pandemic times: COVID-19 responses in Ethiopia

It is argued that a contextually situated use of the high/low distinction allows us to recognize the fleeting and context-dependent nature of health's political status, providing valuable insights that help to understand the ways that health emerges and disappears as high politics.

Policies, delivery models, and lessons learned from integrating mental health and substance abuse services into primary health care in Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) represent 18.3% of premature mortality, consume 23% of the household expenditures, and cost 1.8% of the gross domestic product. Risk factors such as

Process evaluation of the community-based newborn care program implementation in Geze Gofa district, south Ethiopia: a case study evaluation design

The process of CBNC program implementation was relatively good, although the compliance of healthcare providers with the national guideline and maternal satisfaction with the services was low.

Internet utilization for health information and its associated factors among undergraduate students in Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia - A cross sectional study

Digital health literacy, being health science student, year of study and computer ownership were found to be important predictors of Internet use for health information among undergraduate students in Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.

Urban health extension service utilization and associated factors in the community of Gullele sub-city administration, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Responses who utilized toilet with hand washing facilities were higher among the respondents who utilized and implemented the urban health extension packages, which provided important information regarding to the status of community utilization of urban health extensions services.

The silencing of political context in health research in Ethiopia: why it should be a concern

It is argued that the current political situation increases the probability of social desirability bias and research that takes the political context into account is much needed in order to balance the overarching positive literature on Ethiopia's health system.

‘Restoring the person's life’: a qualitative study to inform development of care for people with severe mental disorders in rural Ethiopia

Stakeholders prioritised interventions to meet basic needs for survival and endorsed a multi-faceted approach to promoting recovery from SMD, including social recovery, although sole reliance on this over-stretched community to mobilise the necessary resources may not be feasible.