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Fear and social isolation as consequences of tuberculosis in VietNam: a gender analysis.
Long NH, Johansson E, Diwan VK, Winkvist A. Long NH, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Health Policy. 2001 Oct;58(1):69-81. doi: 10.1016/s0168-8510(01)00143-9. Health Policy. 2001. PMID: 11518602
Both in the family and the community, isolation could be subtle, but it could also be obvious and had a tendency to continue much longer than medically justified. ...
Both in the family and the community, isolation could be subtle, but it could also be obvious and had a tendency to continue much lon …
Difference in symptoms suggesting pulmonary tuberculosis among men and women.
Long NH, Diwan VK, Winkvist A. Long NH, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. J Clin Epidemiol. 2002 Feb;55(2):115-20. doi: 10.1016/s0895-4356(01)00455-3. J Clin Epidemiol. 2002. PMID: 11809348
Longer delays in diagnosis and lower case-detection of tuberculosis (TB) among women remain a problem in many countries. This study describes reported symptoms of new smear-positive pulmonary TB among men and women, and their association with TB diagnostic delays. ...
Longer delays in diagnosis and lower case-detection of tuberculosis (TB) among women remain a problem in many countries. This study d …
Trust and transparency in human encounters in tuberculosis control: lessons learned from Vietnam.
Johansson E, Winkvist A. Johansson E, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Qual Health Res. 2002 Apr;12(4):473-91. doi: 10.1177/104973202129120025. Qual Health Res. 2002. PMID: 11939249
A need for quality interaction based on transparency and trust among patient, family, society, and provider was observed. Providers lacked an awareness of differences between male and female patients with regard to social situation and support. ...A need for active
A need for quality interaction based on transparency and trust among patient, family, society, and provider was observed. Providers l
Gender and tuberculosis control: perspectives on health seeking behaviour among men and women in Vietnam.
Johansson E, Long NH, Diwan VK, Winkvist A. Johansson E, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Health Policy. 2000 May;52(1):33-51. doi: 10.1016/s0168-8510(00)00062-2. Health Policy. 2000. PMID: 10899643
A model illustrating different factors influencing health seeking was elaborated and served as a basis for discussion of the findings. ...A typical feature of the described health seeking behaviour of men was that they neglected symptoms until the disease rea
A model illustrating different factors influencing health seeking was elaborated and served as a basis for discussion of the f
Attitudes to compliance with tuberculosis treatment among women and men in Vietnam.
Johansson E, Long NH, Diwan VK, Winkvist A. Johansson E, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 1999 Oct;3(10):862-8. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 1999. PMID: 10524582
SETTING: A study carried out in 1996 in four districts representing south and north as well as urban and rural areas of Vietnam. ...DESIGN: Sixteen focus group discussions were performed by a multi-disciplinary research team from Vietnam and Sweden. Analysis was per …
SETTING: A study carried out in 1996 in four districts representing south and north as well as urban and rural areas of Vietnam. ...D …
Longer delays in tuberculosis diagnosis among women in Vietnam.
Long NH, Johansson E, Lönnroth K, Eriksson B, Winkvist A, Diwan VK. Long NH, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 1999 May;3(5):388-93. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 1999. PMID: 10331727
DESIGN: All patients (n = 1027) aged 15-49 years with new smear-positive pulmonary TB detected in the selected districts during 1996 were interviewed using a structured questionnaire. ...Women do not receive a diagnosis of TB by doctors or other health care provider …
DESIGN: All patients (n = 1027) aged 15-49 years with new smear-positive pulmonary TB detected in the selected districts during 1996 were in …
Different tuberculosis in men and women: beliefs from focus groups in Vietnam.
Long NH, Johansson E, Diwan VK, Winkvist A. Long NH, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Soc Sci Med. 1999 Sep;49(6):815-22. doi: 10.1016/s0277-9536(99)00171-9. Soc Sci Med. 1999. PMID: 10459892
In 1993, the World Health Organisation declared TB a global emergency. Passive case-finding is an important part of TB control programmes, and this is strongly affected by people's perceptions and beliefs of TB and society's behaviour towards TB sufferers. ...In general, p …
In 1993, the World Health Organisation declared TB a global emergency. Passive case-finding is an important part of TB control progra …
Energy intake during economic crisis depends on initial wealth and access to rice fields: the case of pregnant Indonesian women.
Hartini TN, Winkvist A, Lindholm L, Stenlund H, Surjono A, Hakimi M. Hartini TN, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Health Policy. 2002 Jul;61(1):57-71. doi: 10.1016/s0168-8510(01)00210-x. Health Policy. 2002. PMID: 12173497
All groups of pregnant women already had a mean energy intake before the emerging crisis that was lower than the Indonesian recommended dietary allowances (RDA). ...'During transition', a significant decrease in energy intake was experienced by urban poor women (P = …
All groups of pregnant women already had a mean energy intake before the emerging crisis that was lower than the Indonesian recommend …
Paternity leave in Sweden: costs, savings and health gains.
Månsdotter A, Lindholm L, Winkvist A. Månsdotter A, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Health Policy. 2007 Jun;82(1):102-15. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2006.09.006. Epub 2006 Oct 13. Health Policy. 2007. PMID: 17046098
RESULTS: It is demonstrated that fathers who took paternity leave have a statistically significant decreased death risk of 16%. Costs minus savings (discounted values) stretch from a net cost of EUR 19 million to a net saving of EUR 11 million, and the base c …
RESULTS: It is demonstrated that fathers who took paternity leave have a statistically significant decreased death risk of 16%. Costs …
Health seeking behaviour and diagnosis for pulmonary tuberculosis in an HIV-epidemic mountainous area of Thailand.
Ngamvithayapong J, Yanai H, Winkvist A, Diwan V. Ngamvithayapong J, et al. Among authors: winkvist a. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2001 Nov;5(11):1013-20. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2001. PMID: 11716337
DESIGN: All patients aged over 15 years with new smear-positive pulmonary TB detected in Chiang Rai Hospital (n = 557) were interviewed using a structured questionnaire. ...HIV-positive patients suffered more symptoms and had a shorter patient's delay. Risk factors …
DESIGN: All patients aged over 15 years with new smear-positive pulmonary TB detected in Chiang Rai Hospital (n = 557) were interviewed usin …
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