Bibliography

This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within different theme areas of work relating to equity in health in east and southern Africa.

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Catastrophic health expenditure and its determinants in Kenya slum communities
Buigut S; Ettarh R; Amendah DD (2015 December)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Addressing social determinants of health by integrating assessment of caregiver-child attachment into community based primary health care in urban Kenya
Bryant JH; Bryant NH; Williams S; Ndambuki RN; Erwin PC (2012 October)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Assessment of the uptake of neonatal and young infant referrals by community health workers to public health facilities in an urban informal settlement, KwaZulu-natal, South Africa
Nsibande D; Doherty T; Ijumba P; Tomlinson M; Jackson D; Sanders D; Lawn J (2013 February)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Assessment of the uptake of neonatal and young infant referrals by community health workers to public health facilities in an urban informal settlement, KwaZulu-natal, South Africa
Nsibande D; Doherty T; Ijumba P; Tomlinson M; Jackson D; Sanders D; Lawn J (2013 February)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Improving recognition of severe illness and patient pathways in primary health services using mHealth technology in urban Blantyre, Malawi
O'Byrne T; Nyirenda D; Perrin R; Marshall S; Geldof M; Bar-Zeev S; Glennie L; Molyneux E; Heyderman R; Desmond N (2013 December)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Closing the poor-rich gap in contraceptive use in urban Kenya: Are family planning programs increasingly reaching the urban poor?
Fotso JC; Speizer IS; Mukiira C; Kizito P; Lumumba V (2013 August)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Treatment-seeking behaviour, cost burdens and coping strategies among rural and urban households in coastal Kenya: An equity analysis
Chuma J; Gilson L; Molyneux C (2007 May)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Patterns and determinants of health care utilization: An assessment of high density urban areas in Harare, Zimbabwe
Bandason N (2008 June)
Themes:
Equitable health services
For someone who’s rich, it’s not a problem”. insights from Tanzania on diabetes health-seeking and medical pluralism among Dar es Salaam’s urban poor
Kolling M; Winkley K; Von Deden M (2010 May)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Assessment of facilitators and barriers to maternal and child health services in four rural and urban districts of Zimbabwe
Loewenson R; Kadungure A; Laver S; Shamu S; Mushayi W (2012 May)
Themes:
Equitable health services

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