Central Data Catalog


1 Bryce, Jennifer, Eleanor Gouws, Taghreed Adam, Robert E. Black, Joanna Armstrong Schellenberg, Fatuma Manzi, Cesar G. Victora, and Jean-Pierre Habicht. "Improving quality and efficiency of facility-based child health care through Integrated Management of Childhood Illness in Tanzania." Health Policy Plan (2005).
2 Manzi, Fatuma, Joanna Armstrong Schellenberg, Taghreed Adam, Hassan Mshinda, Cesar G. Victora, and Jennifer Bryce. "Out-of-pocket payments for under-five health care in rural southern Tanzania." Health Policy Plan (2005).
3 Masanja, Honorati, Joanna Armstrong Schellenberg, Don de Savigny, Hassan Mshinda, and Cesar G. Victora. "Impact of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness on inequalities in child health in rural Tanzania." Health Policy Plan (2005).
4 Nathan, Rose, Honorati Masanja, Hassan Mshinda, Joanna A. Schellenberg, Don de Savigny, Christian Lengeler, Marcel Tanner, and Cesar G. Victora. "Mosquito nets and the poor: can social marketing redress inequities in access?." Trop. Med. Int. Health (2004).
5 Prentice, Andrew M, M Eric Gershwin, Ulrich E Schaible, Gerald T Keusch, Cesar G Victora, and Jeffrey I Gordon. "New challenges in studying nutrition-disease interactions in the developing world." J. Clin. Invest. 118, no. 4 (2008): 1322-1329.
6 Schellenberg, D., J. R. M. Armstrong Schellenberg, A. Mushi, D. de Savigny, L. Mgalula, C. Mbuya, and C. G. Victora. "The silent burden of anaemia in Tanzanian children: a community-based study." Bull. World Health Organ. (2003).
7 Schellenberg, Joanna Armstrong, Cesar G. Victora, Adiel Mushi, Don de Savigny, David Schellenberg, Hassan Mshinda, Jennifer Bryce, and M. C. E. Baseline Household Survey Study Group Tanzania Integrated Management of Childhood Illness. "Inequities among the very poor: health care for children in rural southern Tanzania." Lancet (2003).
8 Victora, Cesar G., Joanna Armstrong Schellenberg, Luis Huicho, João Amaral, Shams El Arifeen, George Pariyo, Fatuma Manzi, Robert W. Scherpbier, Jennifer Bryce, and Jean-Pierre Habicht. "Context matters: interpreting impact findings in child survival evaluations." Health Policy Plan (2005).