Self-reported health problems in a rural district in Vietnam: Can a field laboratory help to improve planning of health services?

Self-reported health problems in a rural district in Vietnam: Can a field laboratory help to improve planning of health services? Kim Bao Giang MASTER THESIS IN PUBLIC HEALTH Abstract Monitoring health has always been an important role for public health. Health in Vietnam has been in the period of transition since an economic renovation called DoiMoi was […]

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Mortality from cardiovascular diseases in Bavi district – Hatay province – Vietnam

Mortality from cardiovascular diseases in Bavi district – Hatay province – Vietnam Hoang Van Minh, MD Hanoi Medical University Ministry of Health, Vietnam, in collaboration with and with the support of World Health Organization, Non-communicable Disease Surveillance, Geneva MASTER THESIS IN PUBLIC HEALTH Tutor: Professor Peter Byass Epidemiology Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine […]

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Determining causes of death by verbal autopsy methods in Bavi – Vietnam

Determining causes of death by verbal autopsy methods in Bavi – Vietnam Dao I.an Huong, MD Institute of Health Strategy and Policy Ministry of Health. Vietnam MASTER THESIS IN PUBLIC HEALTH Tutor: Professor Peter By ass Abstract • Background: Verbal autopsy (VA) is an attractive method for ascertaining causes of death in settings where the […]

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Male involvement in family planning in Quang ninh Province, Vietnam

Male involvement in family planning in Quang ninh Province, Vietnam Views from married couples with induced abortions by Tran Quang Huy, Bs.N Vietnam-Sweden Uongbi General Hospital Ministry of Health – Vietnam Supervisor: Dr. Annika Johansson ABSTRACT The aim of the study presented in this thesis is to explore male involvement in family planning. The study […]

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Abortion patterns and women’s decision-making in abortion

Abortion patterns and women’s  decision-making in abortion A study from Quang Ninh Province, Viet Nam by  Nguyen Thu Nga, MD Vietnam Sweden Uong Bi General Hospital, Quang Ninh, Vietnam Supervisor: Dr. Annika Johansson ABSTRACT Abortion is legal in Vietnam and abortion rates are high in international comparison. The aim of the study is to describe […]

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Emerging perspectives on tuberculosis and gender in Vietnam – Eva Johansson

Emerging perspectives on tuberculosis and gender in Vietnam Abstract Background: Tuberculosis (TB) kills more people than AIDS, malaria and other tropical diseases together. Despite available effective treatment, an increase in the incidence of TB has occurred since the beginning of the 1980s.There is growing evidence of unacceptable variations between men and women both in accessibility […]

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Emerging perspectives on tuberculosis and gender in Vietnam

Emerging perspectives on tuberculosis and gender in Vietnam Abstract The general aim of this thesis is to investigate women’s experiences in family planning. It is seen in the broad context of their reproductive lives and in view of their reproductive dilemma’, that is having to satisfy the family’s need for sons on the one hand, […]

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