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College of Health Sciences, Makerere University



Byonanebye, D. M., Nabaggala, M. S., Naggirinya, A. B., Lamorde, M., Oseku, E., King, R., et al. (2021). An Interactive Voice Response Software to Improve the Quality of Life of People Living With HIV in Uganda: Randomized Controlled Trial, 9(2).
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Byonanebye, D. M., Mackline, H., Sekaggya-Wiltshire, C., Kiragga, A. N., Lamorde, M., Oseku, E., et al. (2021). Impact of a mobile phone-based interactive voice response software on tuberculosis treatment outcomes in Uganda (CFL-TB): a protocol for a randomized controlled trial, 22(1), 391+. Retrieved from

Byonanebye, D. M., & Group∗, T. R. E. S. P. O. N. D. S. (2021). Incidence of dyslipidemia in people with HIV who are treated with integrase inhibitors versus other antiretroviral agents. Aids, 35(6). Retrieved from (Original work published 2021 May)

Baluku, J. B., Nakazibwe, B., Twinomugisha, B., Najjuuko, R., Isabella, N., Nassozi, S., et al. (2021). One dollar incentive improves tuberculosis treatment outcomes in programmatic settings in rural Uganda, 11(1), 19346+. Retrieved from

Ssegujja, E., & Andipatin, M. (2021). Building on momentum from the global campaigns: an exploration of factors that influenced prioritization of stillbirth prevention at the national level in Uganda, 17(1), 66+. Retrieved from

Waiswa, P., Mpanga, F., Bagenda, D., Kananura, R. M., O’Connell, T., Henriksson, D. K., et al. (2021). Child health and the implementation of Community and District-management Empowerment for Scale-up (CODES) in Uganda: a randomised controlled trial . Bmj Global Health, 6(6). Retrieved from (Original work published 2021 Jun)

Ssegujja, E., Mulumba, Y., Guttmacher, S., & Andipatin, M. (2021). The role and attributes of social networks in the provision of support to women after stillbirth: experiences from Uganda, 21(1), 352+. Retrieved from

Ssegujja, E., Ddumba, I., & Andipartin, M. (2021). Prioritization of interventions in pursuit of maternal health policy objectives to mitigate stillbirth risks. An exploratory qualitative study at subnational level in Uganda, 21(1), 53+. Retrieved from

Nabatanzi, M., Seruwagi, G. K., Tushemerirwe, F. B., Atuyambe, L., & Lubogo, D. (2021). “Mine did not breastfeed”, mothers’ experiences in breastfeeding children aged 0 to 24 months with oral clefts in Uganda, 21(1), 100+. Retrieved from

Agiraembabazi, G., Ogwal, J., Tashobya, C., Kananura, R. M., Boerma, T., & Waiswa, P. (2021). Can routine health facility data be used to monitor subnational coverage of maternal, newborn and child health services in Uganda?, 21(1), 512+. Retrieved from