Health Policy Planning and Management (HPPM) Department

BERGSTROM, A., PETERSON, S., NAMUSOKO, S., WAISWA, P. & WALLIN, L. 2012. Knowledge translation in Uganda: a qualitative study of Ugandan midwives' and managers' perceived relevance of the sub-elements of the context cornerstone in the PARIHS framework. Implement Sci, 7, 117.

EDIAU, M., BABIRYE, J. N., TUMWESIGYE, N. M., MATOVU, J. K., MACHINGAIDZE, S., OKUI, O., WANYENZE, R. K. & WAISWA, P. 2013. Community knowledge and perceptions about indoor residual spraying for malaria prevention in Soroti district, Uganda: a cross-sectional study. Malar J, 12, 170.

EKIRAPA-KIRACHO, E., WAISWA, P., RAHMAN, M. H., MAKUMBI, F., KIWANUKA, N., OKUI, O., RUTEBEMBERWA, E., BUA, J., MUTEBI, A., NALWADDA, G

SERWADDA, D., PARIYO, G. W. & PETERS, D. H. 2011. Increasing access to institutional deliveries using demand and supply side incentives: early results from a quasi-experimental study. BMC Int Health Hum Rights, 11 Suppl 1, S11.

ENGMANN, C., ADONGO, P., ABORIGO, R. A., GUPTA, M., LOGONIA, G., AFFAH, G., WAISWA, P., HODGSON, A. & MOYER, C. A. 2013. Infant illness spanning the antenatal to early neonatal continuum in rural northern Ghana: local perceptions, beliefs and practices. J Perinatol, 33, 476-81.

HANSON, C., WAISWA, P., MARCHANT, T., MARX, M., MANZI, F., MBARUKU, G., ROWE, A., TOMSON, G., SCHELLENBERG, J., PETERSON, S., JARIBU, J., Waiswa Peter,June 2012

Parkhurst, Justin Oliver, Loveday Penn-Kekana, Duane Blaauw, Dina Balabanova, Kirill Danishevski, Syed Azizur Rahman, Virgil Onama, and Freddie Ssengooba. "Health systems factors influencing maternal health services: a four-country comparison." Health Policy 73, no. 2 (2005): 127-138.

Gilson, Lucy, Kara Hanson, Kabir Sheikh, Irene Akua Agyepong, Freddie Ssengooba, and Sara Bennett. "Building the field of health policy and systems research: social science matters." PLoS Medicine 8, no. 8 (2011): e1001079.

Brugha, Ruairi, Martine Donoghue, Mary Starling, Phillimon Ndubani, Freddie Ssengooba, Benedita Fernandes, and Gill Walt. "The Global Fund: managing great expectations." The Lancet 364, no. 9428 (2004): 95-100.

Ssengooba, Freddie, Syed Azizur Rahman, Charles Hongoro, Elizeus Rutebemberwa, Ahmed Mustafa, Tara Kielmann, and Barbara McPake. "Health sector reforms and human resources for health in Uganda and Bangladesh: mechanisms of effect." Human Resources for Health 5, no. 3 (2007): 1-13.

Parkhurst, Justin O., Syed Azizur Rahman, and Freddie Ssengooba. "Overcoming access barriers for facility-based delivery in low-income settings: insights from Bangladesh and Uganda." Journal of health, population, and nutrition 24, no. 4 (2006): 438.

Levin, Ann, Tania Dmytraczenko, Mark McEuen, Freddie Ssengooba, Ronald Mangani, and Gerry Van Dyck. "Costs of maternal health care services in three anglophone African countries." The International journal of health planning and management 18, no. 1 (2003): 3-22.

Bennett, Sara, Irene Akua Agyepong, Kabir Sheikh, Kara Hanson, Freddie Ssengooba, and Lucy Gilson. "Building the field of health policy and systems research: an agenda for action." PLoS Medicine 8, no. 8 (2011): e1001081.

Hanson, Kara, Lynn Atuyambe, Jolly Kamwanga, Barbara McPake, Oswald Mungule, and Freddie Ssengooba. "Towards improving hospital performance in Uganda and Zambia: reflections and opportunities for autonomy." Health policy 61, no. 1 (2002): 73-94.

Orem, Juliet N., David K. Mafigiri, Bruno Marchal, Freddie Ssengooba, Jean Macq, and Bart Criel. "Research, evidence and policymaking: the perspectives of policy actors on improving uptake of evidence in health policy development and implementation in Uganda." BMC Public Health 12, no. 1 (2012): 109.

Sanders, Eduard J., Elly B. Rwaguma, Jun Kawamata, Noah Kiwanuka, J. Julius Lutwama, Freddie P. Ssengooba, Margaret Lamunu et al. "O'nyong-nyong fever in south-central Uganda, 1996–1997: description of the epidemic and results of a household-based seroprevalence survey." Journal of Infectious Diseases 180, no. 5 (1999): 1436-1443.

Parkhurst, Justin O., and Freddie Ssengooba. "Assessing access barriers to maternal health care: measuring bypassing to identify health centre needs in rural Uganda." Health policy and planning 24, no. 5 (2009): 377-384.

Ssengooba, Freddie, Lynn Atuyambe, Barbara McPake, Kara Hanson, and Sam Okuonzi. "What could be achieved with greater public hospital autonomy? Comparison of public and PNFP hospitals in Uganda." Public Administration and Development 22, no. 5 (2002): 415-428.

Ssengooba, Freddie, Valeria Oliveira Cruz, Rob Yates, Grace Murindwa, and Barbara McPake. Health systems reforms in Uganda: processes and outputs. Edited by Christine Kirunga Tashobya. London school of hygiene and tropical medicine. Health systems development programme (HSD), 2006.

Bennett, Sara, and Freddie Ssengooba. "Closing the gaps: from science to action in maternal, newborn, and child health in Africa." PLoS medicine 7, no. 6 (2010): e1000298.

Kiwanuka, Suzanne N., Alison A. Kinengyere, Christine Nalwadda, Freddie Ssengooba, Olico Okui, and George W. Pariyo. "Effects of interventions to manage dual practice." status and date: New, published in 3 (2010).

Ssengooba, Freddie. "UGANDA’S MINIMUM HEALTH CARE PACKAGE: RATIONING WITHIN THE MINIMUM?." (2004).

Hutchinson, Paul, John Akin, and Freddie Ssengooba. "The impacts of decentralization on health care seeking behaviors in Uganda." The International journal of health planning and management 21, no. 3 (2006): 239-270.

Pariyo, George W., Chrispus Mayora, Olico Okui, Freddie Ssengooba, David H. Peters, David Serwadda, Henry Lucas, Gerald Bloom, M. Hafizur Rahman, and Elizabeth Ekirapa-Kiracho. "Exploring new health markets: Experiences from informal providers of transport for maternal health services in Eastern Uganda." BMC International Health and Human Rights 11, no. Suppl 1 (2011): S10.

Oomman, Nandini, Michael Bernstein, Steven Rosenzweig, William Okedi, Caesar Cheelo, Dirce Costa, Freddie Ssengooba, Bona Chitah, Elizabeth Ekirapa Kiracho, and Sylvia Mwamba. "Following the Funding for HIV/AIDS." Center for Global Development, October 10 (2007)

Ssengooba, Freddie, Stella Neema, Anthony Mbonye, Olive Sentubwe, and Virgil Onama. "Maternal health review Uganda." Makerere University Institute of Public Health, Health Systems Development Programme HSD/WP/04/03: Kampala (2003).

Ssengooba, Freddie, Rob Yates, Valeria Oliveira Cruz, and Christine Kirunga Tashobya. "Have systems reforms resulted in a more efficient and equitable allocation of resources in the Ugandan health sector." Health systems reforms in Uganda: processes and outputs (2006): 109.

Yates, Rob, Christine Kirunga Tashobya, Valeria Oliveira Cruz, Barbara McPake, Freddie Ssengooba, Grace Murindwa, Peter Lochoro, Juliet Bataringaya, Hanif Nazerali, and Francis Omaswa. "The Ugandan health systems reforms: miracle or mirage?." http://eresearch. qmu. ac. uk (2006): 16.

Juliet, Nabyonga Orem, Ssengooba Freddie, and Sam Okuonzi. "Can donor aid for health be effective in a poor country? Assessment of prerequisites for aid effectiveness in Uganda." Pan African Medical Journal 3, no. 1 (2009).

Ssengooba, Freddie, and E. Rutebemberwa. "Human resources for health in decentralized Uganda: developments and implications for health systems research." Global Forum for Health Research, 2005.

 

Waiswa, P., Nyanzi, S., Namusoko‐Kalungi, S., Peterson, S., Tomson, G., & Pariyo, G. W. (2010). ‘I never thought that this baby would survive; I thought that it would die any time’: perceptions and care for preterm babies in eastern Uganda.Tropical medicine & international health,15(10), 1140-1147.

 

Waiswa, P., Peterson, S., Tomson, G., & Pariyo, G. W. (2010). Poor newborn care practices-a population based survey in eastern Uganda.BMC pregnancy and childbirth,10(1), 9.

 

Waiswa, P., Kallander, K., Peterson, S., Tomson, G., & Pariyo, G. W. (2010). Using the three delays model to understand why newborn babies die in eastern Uganda.Tropical medicine & international health,15(8), 964-972.

 

Waiswa, P., Kemigisa, M., Kiguli, J., Naikoba, S., Pariyo, G. W., & Peterson, S. (2008). Acceptability of evidence-based neonatal care practices in rural Uganda–implications for programming.BMC pregnancy and childbirth,8(1), 21.

 

Kalyango, J. N., Rutebemberwa, E., Alfven, T., Ssali, S., Peterson, S., & Karamagi, C. (2012). Performance of community health workers under integrated community case management of childhood illnesses in eastern Uganda.Malar J,11(1), 282.

 

Kayemba Nalwadda, C., Guwatudde, D., Waiswa, P., Kiguli, J., Namazzi, G., Namutumba., & Peterson, S. (2013). Community health workers–a resource for identification and referral of sick newborns in rural Uganda.Tropical Medicine & International Health,18(7), 898-906.

 

Nalwadda, C. K., Waiswa, P., Kiguli, J., Namazzi, G., Namutamba, S., Tomson, G., Peterson, S., & Guwatudde, D. (2013). High Compliance with Newborn Community-to-Facility Referral in Eastern Uganda: An Opportunity to Improve Newborn Survival.PloS one,8(11), e81610.

 

Waiswa, P. (2010).Understanding newborn care in Uganda: Towards future interventions. Institutionen för folkhälsovetenskap/Department of Public Health Sciences.