3 edition of analysis of individual and community level determinants of delivery care in Kenya found in the catalog.
analysis of individual and community level determinants of delivery care in Kenya
Monica A. Magadi
Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-36).
|Statement||Monica Magadi, Ian Diamond, and Roberto Nascimento Rodrigues.|
|Series||Working papers ;, no. 21, Working papers (African Population and Health Research Center) ;, no. 21.|
|Contributions||Diamond, Ian., Rodrigues, Roberto do Nascimento.|
|LC Classifications||RG651 .M26 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||2001313474|
Community-based care (also referred to as community-based practice) is the delivery of health-care services outside the typical institu-tional setting, but these services do not necessarily focus on the entire community (American Nurses Association [ANA], ). Community-based care is the delivery of health-care services within the community envi-. Pregnancy is a high-risk period for HIV acquisition in African women, and pregnant women who become acutely infected with HIV account for up to a third of vertical HIV transmission cases in African settings. To protect women and eliminate vertical transmission, WHO recommends offering oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) based on tenofovir to HIV-negative pregnant and post-partum women with a.
Data can be a catalyst for improving community health and well-being. Understanding data on social determinants of health, such as income, educational level, and employment, can help focus efforts to improve community health. The following tools are supported by CDC resources; some tools include references to data sources outside of CDC. Regular utilization of maternal health care services reduces maternal morbidity and mortality. This study assessed the maternal health care seeking behavior and associated factors of reproductive age women in rural villages of Haramaya district, East Ethiopia. Community based cross sectional study supplemented with qualitative data was conducted in Haramaya district from .
A meta-analysis of the level of patient satisfaction with nursing care was carried out using a random-effects (DerSimonian and Laird) method since it is the most common method in a meta-analysis to adjust for the observed variability [35, 36]. The influence of selected determinant factors was also independently analyzed. Background We aimed to determine the prevalence of pulmonary TB amongst the adult population (≥15 years) in in Kenya. Method A nationwide cross-sectional survey where participants first underwent TB symptom screening and chest x-ray. Subsequently, participants who reported cough >2weeks and/or had a chest x-ray suggestive of TB, submitted sputum specimen for laboratory .
The Empress Catherine and Princess Dashkov
Children as victims and witnesses in the criminal trial process
Love and Mr Lewisham
Mathematical and statistical formulae and tables
An empirical examination of the zone of optimal functioning theory
Caring behind the wall
complete class-book of naval architecture, practical, laying off, theotrical, with numerous illustrations and almost 200 fully worked-out ansers to recent Board of education examination questions.
The U.S.-Soviet trade sourcebook
Prints Arctic Quebec II, 1974 = Estampes Nouveau-Quebec, 1974
King Coals levee
Glaciers and landscape
The New-England primer, improved
[Letter to] My dear brother May
Give Me Back My Heart.
Handbook on the Constitutions of the United States and Georgia
Religion east & west.
Relationship between pensions and earnings and between contributions and earnings
My Numbers Colors And Shapes Suitcase
The variation in full immunization in Model 2 remained significant [τ =p community level 3 (Model 2) also revealed that the PCV for individual level factors model adjustment was 21 %; indicating that 21 % of the variance in the odds of childhood full immunization between communities was explained by Cited by: The aim of this analysis was to determine the individual- household- and community-level factors associated with EBF practice in Bangladesh.
Methods A total of 1, women-child pairs data were analysed extracted from and Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey. Multilevel logistic regression analysis was performed for the three outcomes of interest accounting for individual- and community-level factors associated with the use of maternal health care services.
A substantial amount of variation was observed at the community level. The determinants of delivery care in Kenya. Analysis of choice of Cited by: In addition, community level variables are not commonly examined. Therefore, utilizing multi-level analysis, we describe the effects of the three main interventions and identify the individual and community determinants of full vaccination coverage among children aged 12–59 months in Nyanza province, by: 7.
To improve this situation, a study of the determinants of facility delivery, including individual, family and community factors, was necessary to consider effective intervention in Kenya. Pregnancy is a high-risk period for HIV acquisition in African women, and pregnant women who become acutely infected with HIV account for up to a thir.
While education, socio-economic level, and urban residence are consistently strong predictors of all the maternal health services considered in this study, other determinants of service utilization generally vary in magnitude and level of significance by the type of maternal service - ante-natal care, skilled attendant at birth, and postnatal care.
Healthcare worker absenteeism is common in resource limited settings and contributes to poor quality of care in maternal and child health service delivery. There is a dearth of qualitative information on the scope, contributing factors, and impact of absenteeism in Kenyan healthcare facilities.
In-depth semi-structured interviews were conducted between July and June with National, household-level, and individual-level determinants may explain persistent gaps in vaccination coverage  . Lower-income countries are less likely than higher-income countries to.
Skilled attendance at delivery is recognized as one of the most important factors in preventing maternal death. However, more than 50% of births in Kenya still occur in non-institutional locations supported by family members and/or traditional birth attendants (TBAs).
To improve this situation, a study of the determinants of facility delivery, including individual, family and community. However, more than 50% of births in Kenya still occur in non-institutional locations supported by family members and/or traditional birth attendants (TBAs).
To improve this situation, a study of the determinants of facility delivery, including individual, family and community factors, was necessary to consider effective intervention in Kenya.
The DHS Fellows Program is an important component of the capacity strengthening strategy of The DHS Program. The objective of the Fellows Program is to increase capacity of university faculty from DHS countries and to build long-term institutional sustainability for universities to train students and faculty to further analyze DHS data.
Demographic determinants Religion. In one study, use of postnatal care services was higher among Muslim women than among Christian women (OR: ; 95% CI: –). 60 In contrast, in another study, Muslim women seemed less likely to use such services than their non-Muslim counterparts (OR: ; 95% CI: –).
7 In Nepal, compared with Hindu women, Buddhist women were less likely. With respect to ANC, predisposing determinants refer to individual characteristics which exist prior to the pregnancy and affect the propensity to use care.
Previous studies have concluded that young age, low educational level, lack of a paid job, poor language proficiency, support from a social network and lack of knowledge of the health care.
Under-five mortality remains high in sub-Saharan Africa despite global decline. One quarter of these deaths are preventable through interventions such as immunization.
The aim of this study was to examine the independent effects of individual- community- and state-level factors on incomplete childhood immunization in Nigeria, which is one of the 10 countries where most of the. social determinants, and population health. As depicted, public health has both direct and indirect (through social determinants) impact on population health.
In this section, we will summarize the major contributions of public health to population health and illustrate the pathways (i.e., as-pects of social determinants) for these accomplishments. Determinants of delivery of health services by community health workers a case of embu district 1.
Public Policy and Administration Research ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.3, No.8, 1 Determinants of Delivery of Health Services by Community Health Workers: A case of Embu District Judith Museve 1*, Josphat Mutua2 1.
SEVEN STEPS TO A GENDER ANALYSIS. The key steps to a gender analysis are described in detail in the charts below.
The Jhpiego Gender Analysis Toolkit focuses principally on Steps 4 and 5 below—the identification of critical information gaps and the development and implementation of. in this area focused mainly on individual-level determinants of contraceptive uptake, including individual characteristics, such socioeconomic and demographic factors (Stephenson et al., ), and psychosocial factors encompassed by theories of behavior change (Warriner et al., ).
Community-based health care represents a unique mode of care delivery with its own set of considerations, challenges, advantages, and disadvantages.
RAND experts have studied a diverse range of community health programs, neighborhood characteristics including food environments, public health implications of prisoner reentry, the role of faith-based groups in health care, and much more.
India has focused on incentivizing institutional delivery and introducing the ASHA worker as a key strategy to improve maternal health outcomes. We examined the determinants of institutional delivery and the role of the ASHA worker in shaping choice regarding place of delivery.
We used data from the India Human Development Survey-II conducted in –12, and extracted an analytic sample of. Study characteristics and content analysis. Content was extracted from 78 articles, the characteristics of which are detailed in Additional file 3.A wide array of determinants was documented among the extracted articles, totaling uniquely-worded factors such as travel time to health facility, various perceptions about vaccines, stock-outs at health facilities and others.The Social, Cultural and Economic Determinants of Health in New Zealand: Action to Improve Health 4 A Report from the National Health Committee Action to reduce inequalities in health resulting from social, cultural and economic determinants requires a comprehensive approach involving strategies both within and outside the health sector.