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Prehypertension: A warning signal for action! Prevalence of Hypertension and Prehypertension and Associated Modifiable Risk Factors among Women in Delhi

To study the prevalence of hypertension, prehypertension and associated modifiable risk factors among women 18-40 years in an urban resettlement colony of Delhi. Study design: Cross-sectional community based. Study period: March-May 2005. Study Area: Urban resettlement colony of Delhi.

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African Partnership For Patient Safety in Cameroon: The Story So Far

Safe care will become a reality in the CHY through continuous learning and improvement in key action areas. The sustainability of this program will be achieved by ensuring mechanisms for the ongoing training of health professionals for infection control, continued sensitization and through integrating patient safety activities within the CHY care environment.

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Participatory Learning: An Approach for Empowering Vulnerable in Drug Infested Settings

Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) is an umbrella term for a wide range of qualitative methods of process oriented, participant evaluative research. The evaluations have been organized as action research, (Cornwall & Jewkes (1995), Hart & Bond (1995), aiming at facilitating the participants’ own analysis, planning and ongoing evaluation of the process.

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