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    • ‘Madam, are you one of them?’ ‘Reflexivities of discomfort’ in researching an ‘illicit’ subject 

      Namatende-Sakwa, Lydia (Taylor and Francis, 2018)
      Informed largely by Affect theory (2004), this paper takes up ‘reflexivities of discomfort’ to reflexively engage with my affective struggles as a Christian, heterosexual, mother, educator, undertaking a study on ...
    • Mainstreaming Education for Sustainable Development in Uganda Martyrs University: A critical analysis of the strategy 

      Ssentongo, Jimmy Spire; Byaruhanga, Aloysius (Rhodes University Environmental Learning Research Centre, 2015)
      It has been observed by several scholars, commentators, and sustainability-related bodies that one of the most important ways of realising sustainable development is by integrating it in both what is taught and how it is ...
    • Maize Response to Fertilizer and Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Uganda 

      Kaizzi, C. Kayuki; Byalebeka, John; Semalulu, Onesmus; Alou, Isaac; Zimwanguyizza, Williams; Nansamba, Angella; Musinguzi, Patrick; Ebanyat, Peter; Hyuha, Theodore; Wortmann, S. Charles (American Society of Agronomy, 2012)
      Maize (Zea mays L.) is an important smallholder crop in Uganda. Yields are low because of low soil fertility and little fertilizer use. Yield response to nutrient application and economically optimal rates (EOxR, where x ...
    • Making the transition to workload-based staffing: 

      Namaganda, Grace; Oketcho, Vincent; Bakaitwoha, Everd Maniple; Viadro, Claire (BioMed Central, 2015)
      Background: Uganda’s health workforce is characterized by shortages and inequitable distribution of qualified health workers. To ascertain staffing levels, Uganda uses fixed government-approved norms determined by facility ...
    • Malaria and DDT: Myths and Facts 

      Murru, Maurizio (Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-08)
      Around the world, about 2,400 million people, in about 100 countries and territories, are still at risk of contracting Malaria. Between 300 and 500 million of them get the disease each year and between 1.1 and 2.7 million ...
    • Management of hospital security in general hospitals of Southwestern Uganda 

      Katongole, Simon Peter; Bigira, Sebakiga Ezra (International Journal of Public Health Research, 2015-06-20)
      The management of security varies in different organizations including hospitals, and security is one of the major support services needed for ensuring a safe environment of care. This study determined the management of ...
    • Management of Security in General Hospitals in South Western Uganda 

      Sebakiga, Ezrah Bigira (Uganda Martyrs University, 2012)
      SEBAKIGA EZRAH BIGIRA (2012-M191-10023) Management of Security in General Hospitals in South Western Uganda Security is one of the support services that are responsible for ensuring a safe environment of care in health ...
    • Management Strategies for Funding and Sustaining Early Childhood Education in Nigeria 

      Alabi, A. T.1; Ijaiya, N. Y. S. (African Journals Online, 2011)
      This paper examined the existing management strategies for funding Early Childhood Education (ECE) in Nigeria with a view towards its better funding and sustenance. It recognised the commitment of the Nigerian Governments ...
    • Maternal Health Care Seeking Behavior of Peri-Urban Women With Disability in Busiro South, Wakiso District, Uganda: a Community Based Study 

      Natukunda, Bonny; Musoke, David; Kiconco, Arthur; Mugambe, Samuel; Atuhairwe, Christine; Taremwa, Ivan Mugisha; Nanyingi, Miisa (Research Square, 2020-08-10)
      In Uganda women with disabilities attend antenatal care (ANC) while pregnant, however, majority of these deliver from the hands of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) due to due to fear of being mistreated by skilled birth ...
    • Maternal HIV infection and other factors associated with growth outcomes of HIV-uninfected infants in Entebbe, Uganda 

      Muhangi, Lawrence; Lule, Swaib; Mpairwe, Harriet (Public Health Nutrition, 2013)
      Objective: To assess the associations between maternal HIV infection and growth outcomes of HIV-exposed but uninfected infants and to identify other predictors for poor growth among this population. Design: Within a trial ...
    • Maternal hookworm modifies risk factors for childhood eczema: results from a birth cohort in Uganda 

      Mpairwe, Harriet; Ndibazza, Juliet; Webb, Emily L; Nampijja, Margaret; Muhangi, Lawrence; Apule, Barbara; Lule, Swaib; Akurut, Helen; Kizito, Dennison; Kakande, Mohammed; Jones, Frances M; Fitzsimmons, Colin M.; Muwanga, Moses; Rodrigues, Laura C.; Dunne, David W; Elliott, Alison M (Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, 2014)
      Background: Worms may protect against allergy. Early-life worm exposure may be critical, but this has not been fully investigated. Objectives: To investigate whether worms in pregnancy and in early childhood are associated ...
    • Maternal monitoring: lowering child mortality by use of ICTs. 

      Ssemaluulu, Paul Mukasa; Muma, Wycliff; Katongole, Paul; Mwase, Maria (Fountain Publishers, 2010)
      In this paper, we describe the creation and development of an Electronic Health Records System that automates record keeping procedures for both patients and medical practitioners in a health ...
    • Maternal Recall of Birthweight and Birth Size in Entebbe, Uganda 

      Ndibazza, Juliet; Lule, Swaib A.; Webb, Emily L.; Nampijja, Margaret; Muhangi, Lawrence; Akello, Florence; Kakande, Muhammed; Kizindo, Robert; Elliott, Alison M. (2012)
      To assess the reliability of maternally recalled birthweight and size in Entebbe, Uganda.methodsThe study population comprised 404 mothers, who were participants in the Entebbe Motherand Baby Study (EMaBS). Mothers were ...
    • A Mathematical Model Approach for Prevention and Intervention Measures of the COVID–19 Pandemic in Uganda 

      Mbabazi, Fulgensia Kamugisha; Gavamukulya, Yahaya; Awichi, Richard; Olupot–Olupot, Peter; Rwahwire, Samson; Biira, Saphina; Luboobi, Livingstone S. (Cold Spring Habour Laboratory, 2020-05-11)
      The human–infecting corona virus disease (COVID–19) caused by the novel severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus 2 (SARS–CoV–2) was declared a global pandemic on March 11th, 2020. Current human deaths due to the ...
    • Mathematical Models for Influenza a Virus and Pneumococcus: Within-Host and Between-Host Infection 

      Kamugisha, Mbabazi, Fulgensia (Pan African University Institute for Basic Sciences, Technology and Innovation, 2019-04)
      Infectious diseases have become problematic throughout the world, threatening individuals who come into contact with pathogens responsible for transmitting diseases. Pneumoccocal pneumonia, a secondary bacterial infection ...
    • Meanings and understandings of wellbeing: an exploration of Somali refugees' conceptions of human wellbeing 

      Balyejjusa, Moses Senkosi (Africanus, 2015-01)
      Although there is a substantial body of literature on human wellbeing, there is no universally agreed-upon meaning and understanding of the concept. This article explores the meanings and understandings which Somali refugees ...
    • Measuring Patient Satisfaction in UCMB Health Institutions 

      Lochoro, Peter (Uganda Martyrs University, Department of Health Sciences, 2004-12)
      There is growing interest to measure patient satisfaction and collect the views of patients about the services they use. Satisfaction is essential if we have to get people utilize services, comply with treatments and improve ...
    • Media as a Political Tool for Dominance: a Case of Uganda 

      Semambo, Henry (2018)
      Libertarian theory states that nothing in the world should be restricted. It further says that, there should be free circulation of information in the world and a country should be a free market of ideas/information. ...
    • A Medical Insurance Records Management System: A Case Study of Kyotera Medical Centre. 

      Nankya, Angella Bukenya (Uganda Martyrs University, 2008)
      NANKYA ANGELLA BUKENYA (2008-03-MSCIS-PT-008) A Medical Insurance Records Management System: A Case Study of Kyotera Medical Centre The aim of this project is to develop a web-based Medical Insurance Records Management ...
    • Medical Litigation in Hospitals in Kampala, Uganda 

      Gakumba, Eva Kadimba; Katongole, Simon Peter; Bikaitwoha, Everd Maniple (International Journal of Public Health Research, 2015-07-20)
      Seeking legal redress for harm sustained while receiving medical care is common in some developed countries but less common in most developing countries. However, unconfirmed reports suggest that litigation is on the ...