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Malawi Medical Journal

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The Malawi Medical Journal is a peer reviewed publication of scientific medical research and serves as a forum for the dissemination of findings of health-related research undertaken in Malawi to health workers in Malawi. It incorporates original research studies, policy analysis, case reports, literature reviews and occasional special features. It is published both in print and electronically on a quarterly basis.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.mmj.mw/


Vol 31, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, but not goodbye EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lucinda Manda-Taylor 1

Original Research

Factors associated with the utilization of postnatal care services among Malawian women EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jessie Khaki 2-11
Inactivation of pathogens in ecological sanitation latrines in Malawi: An observational follow up study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Save Kumwenda 12-18
Prevalence and knowledge of risk factors of childhood obesity among school-going children in Osogbo, south-western Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Wasiu Olalekan Adebimpe 19-24
Dietary patterns and associated socio-economic factors in rural Mozambican adolescents EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Milagre Macuácua 25-30
Healthcare professionals’ perception of quality of care of patients with cardiac disease in Nigeria: Implication for clinical guideline, inter-professional education and team work EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nse Ayooluwa Odunaiya 31-38
Burden of family caregivers of ophthalmic patients in a university teaching hospital in south-west Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Samuel Olowookere 39-44
Low-cost antimicrobial fortification of ultrasound coupling gel: An ergonomic innovation to combat sonology-acquired nosocomial infections EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Philip Okere 45-49
Pattern of stroke in a rural Kenyan hospital EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ominde Beryl Shitandi 50-55
Do Community Characteristics Influence Unintended Pregnancies in Kenya? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bola Lukman Solanke 56-64
Validation of Chichewa Short Musculoskeletal Function Assessment (SMFA) questionnaire: A cross-sectional study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Linda Chokotho 65-70
Low back pain during pregnancy: Prevalence, risk factors and association with daily activities among pregnant women in urban Blantyre, Malawi EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Steven Manyozo 71-76
Congenital obstructive bowel anomalies presenting after neonatal age EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sebastian Ekenze 77-81

Case Report

Chronic bowel obstruction from colonic stenosis in early infancy-A report of two cases EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sebastian Okwuchukwu Ekenze 82-85

Sytematic Review

Community-based interventions for preventing diarrhoea in people living with HIV in sub-Sahara Africa: A systematic review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Balwani Chingatichifwe Mbakaya 86-94

Narrative View

What can Sub-Saharan Africa learn from Canada’s investment in active healthy ageing? A narrative view EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Seyi Ladele Amosun 95-98

Commentary

Strengthening human resources for health in resource-limited countries: The case of Medic to Medic in Malawi EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Fanuel Meckson Bickton 99-101

Interview

Profile interview with Professor Mia Crampin EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Haules Zaniku 102-103


ISSN: 1995-7262
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