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Title: WHO South-East Asia Journal of Public Health, Volume 1, Issue 1, January-March 2012, 1-123
Authors: World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia
Issue Date: 2012
Edition: Volume 1, Issue 1
Publisher: World Health Organization
Place of publication: New Delhi
Language: English
Contents: Contents Editorial Health situation in the South-East Asia Region: challenges for the next decade Samlee Plianbangchang & Jai P Narain 1 Perspective From Alma-Ata to Rio: health for all to all for equity Ravi Narayan & Thelma Narayan 4 Review Impact of climate change on health and strategies for mitigation and adaptation Alok K Deb, Suman Kanungo, Manjari Deb & Gopinath B Nair 8 Original research Escherichia coli contamination of babies’ food-serving utensils in a district of West Sumatra, Indonesia Aria Kusuma, Tris Eryando & Dewi Susanna 20 Prevalence and predictors of self-medication in a selected urban and rural district of Sri Lanka Pushpa R Wijesinghe, Ravindra L Jayakody & Rohini de A Seneviratne 28 Effect of patient education and standard treatment guidelines on asthma control: an intervention trial Anita Kotwani & Sunil K Chhabra 42 The pattern of psychiatric admissions in a referral hospital, Bhutan Rinchen Pelzang 52 Pandemic influenza H1N1 2009 in Thailand Aronrag Meeyai, Ben Cooper, Richard Coker, Wirichada Pan-ngum, Pasakorn Akarasewi & Sopon Iamsirithaworn 59 Behavioural risk factors of men associated with transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in Sri Lanka Kuruppu AS Jayawardena, Kalinga T Silva, Chantha K Jayawardena & Sujatha Samarakoon 69 Risk factors of childhood tuberculosis: a case control study from rural Bangladesh Mohamed R Karim, Mohamed A Rahman, Shaikh AA Mamun, Mohamed A Alam & Shahnaz Akhter 76 Report from the field Responding to measles outbreak: closing the immunity gap in children of Timor-Leste Nelson Martins, Sherin Varkey, Sidharta Yuwono, Carlitos Freitas, Mateus Cunha, Joao D Silva & Aderito Docarmo 85 Policy and practice Decentralization of health services in India: barriers and facilitating factors Manmeet Kaur, Shankar Prinja, Pravin K Singh & Rajesh Kumar 94 ii Public health classic Oral fluid therapy of cholera among Bangladesh refugees D Mahalanabis, AB Choudhuri, NG Bagchi, AK Bhattacharya &TW Simpson 105 Commentary Why is every country not primed to use oral rehydration therapy to treat cases of diarrhoea? Richard A Cash 113 Voices Primary health care: perspective of village women from Himachal Pradesh Salig R Mazta & Anita Thakur 116 Book review Managing quality in health care reviewed by Kalpa Sharma 119 Recent WHO publications 121 Guidelines for contributors 123
ISSN: 2224-3151
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