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Using concept mapping to explore why patients become lost to follow up from an antiretroviraltherapy program in the Zomba District of Malawi
(BioMed Central, 2013-06-11)
Background: Retention in antiretroviral therapy (ART) programmes remains a challenge in many settings including Malawi, in part due to high numbers of losses to follow-up. Concept Mapping (CM), a mix-method participatory ...
Exploring ways to overcome barriers to mammography uptake and retention among South Asian immigrant women
South Asians comprise one of the fastest growing immigrant groups in North America. Evidence indicates that South Asian (SA) immigrant women are vulnerable to low rates of breast cancer screening. Yet, there is a dearth ...
Resilience and resources among South Asian immigrant women as survivors of partner violence
This study explored resilience among South Asian (SA) immigrant women who were survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV). Eleven women participated in in-depth interviews. Thematic analysis was conducted using constant ...
Beyond barriers in studying disparities in women's access to health services in Ontario, Canada: a qualitative metasynthesis
Women live within complex and differing social, economic, and environmental circumstances that influence options to seek health care. In this article we report on a metasynthesis of qualitative research concerning access ...