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Structured on-the-job training to improve retention of newborn resuscitation skills: a national cohort Helping Babies Breathe study in Tanzania.

Drake M, Bishanga DR, Temu A, Njozi M, Thomas E, Mponzi V, Arlington L, Msemo G, Azayo M, Kairuki A, Meda AR, Isangula KG, Nelson BD.

BMC Pediatr. 2019 Feb 7;19(1):51. doi: 10.1186/s12887-019-1419-5.

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Use of an electronic Partograph: feasibility and acceptability study in Zanzibar, Tanzania.

Litwin LE, Maly C, Khamis AR, Hiner C, Zoungrana J, Mohamed K, Drake M, Machaku M, Njozi M, Muhsin SA, Kulindwa YK, Gomez PP.

BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2018 May 9;18(1):147. doi: 10.1186/s12884-018-1760-y.

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Outcomes and Experiences of Men and Women with Partner Notification for HIV Testing in Tanzania: Results from a Mixed Method Study.

Plotkin M, Kahabuka C, Christensen A, Ochola D, Betron M, Njozi M, Maokola W, Kisendy R, Mlanga E, Curran K, Drake M, Kessy E, Wong V.

AIDS Behav. 2018 Jan;22(1):102-116. doi: 10.1007/s10461-017-1936-x.

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Addressing the First 90: A Highly Effective Partner Notification Approach Reaches Previously Undiagnosed Sexual Partners in Tanzania.

Kahabuka C, Plotkin M, Christensen A, Brown C, Njozi M, Kisendi R, Maokola W, Mlanga E, Lemwayi R, Curran K, Wong V.

AIDS Behav. 2017 Aug;21(8):2551-2560. doi: 10.1007/s10461-017-1750-5.

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A time-use study of community health worker service activities in three rural districts of Tanzania (Rufiji, Ulanga and Kilombero).

Tani K, Stone A, Exavery A, Njozi M, Baynes CD, Phillips JF, Kanté AM.

BMC Health Serv Res. 2016 Sep 1;16:461. doi: 10.1186/s12913-016-1718-6.

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Bringing Early Infant Male Circumcision Information Home to the Family: Demographic Characteristics and Perspectives of Clients in a Pilot Project in Tanzania.

Amuri M, Msemo G, Plotkin M, Christensen A, Boyee D, Mahler H, Phafoli S, Njozi M, Hellar A, Mlanga E, Yansaneh A, Njeuhmeli E, Lija J.

Glob Health Sci Pract. 2016 Jul 13;4 Suppl 1:S29-41. doi: 10.9745/GHSP-D-15-00210. Print 2016 Jul.

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Predictors of mistimed, and unwanted pregnancies among women of childbearing age in Rufiji, Kilombero, and Ulanga districts of Tanzania.

Exavery A, Kanté AM, Njozi M, Tani K, Doctor HV, Hingora A, Phillips JF.

Reprod Health. 2014 Aug 8;11:63. doi: 10.1186/1742-4755-11-63.

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Access to institutional delivery care and reasons for home delivery in three districts of Tanzania.

Exavery A, Kanté AM, Njozi M, Tani K, Doctor HV, Hingora A, Phillips JF.

Int J Equity Health. 2014 Jun 16;13:48. doi: 10.1186/1475-9276-13-48.

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Predictors of antibiotics co-prescription with antimalarials for patients presenting with fever in rural Tanzania.

Njozi M, Amuri M, Selemani M, Masanja I, Kigahe B, Khatib R, Kajungu D, Abdula S, Dodoo AN.

BMC Public Health. 2013 Nov 27;13:1097. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-1097.

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Beyond antimalarial stock-outs: implications of health provider compliance on out-of-pocket expenditure during care-seeking for fever in South East Tanzania.

Mikkelsen-Lopez I, Tediosi F, Abdallah G, Njozi M, Amuri B, Khatib R, Manzi F, de Savigny D.

BMC Health Serv Res. 2013 Oct 27;13:444. doi: 10.1186/1472-6963-13-444.

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Health worker factors associated with prescribing of artemisinin combination therapy for uncomplicated malaria in rural Tanzania.

Selemani M, Masanja IM, Kajungu D, Amuri M, Njozi M, Khatib RA, Abdulla S, de Savigny D.

Malar J. 2013 Sep 21;12:334. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-12-334.

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Access to artemisinin-based anti-malarial treatment and its related factors in rural Tanzania.

Khatib RA, Selemani M, Mrisho GA, Masanja IM, Amuri M, Njozi MH, Kajungu D, Kuepfer I, Abdulla SM, de Savigny D.

Malar J. 2013 May 7;12:155. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-12-155.

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Using classification tree modelling to investigate drug prescription practices at health facilities in rural Tanzania.

Kajungu DK, Selemani M, Masanja I, Baraka A, Njozi M, Khatib R, Dodoo AN, Binka F, Macq J, D'Alessandro U, Speybroeck N.

Malar J. 2012 Sep 5;11:311. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-11-311.

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