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Dr Stefan Swartling Peterson

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    1. Kozuki N, Guenther T, Vaz L, Moran A, Soofi SB, Kayemba CN, Peterson SS, Bhutta ZA, Khanal S, Tielsch JM, Doherty T, Nsibande D, Lawn JE, Wall S. A systematic review of community-to-facility neonatal referral completion rates in Africa and Asia. BMC Public Health. 2015 Sep 30; 15:989. PMID: 26419934.
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    2. Katahoire AR, Henriksson DK, Ssegujja E, Waiswa P, Ayebare F, Bagenda D, Mbonye AK, Peterson SS. Improving child survival through a district management strengthening and community empowerment intervention: early implementation experiences from Uganda. BMC Public Health. 2015 Aug 19; 15:797. PMID: 26286146.
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    3. Johansson EW, Gething PW, Hildenwall H, Mappin B, Petzold M, Peterson SS, Selling KE. Effect of diagnostic testing on medicines used by febrile children less than five years in 12 malaria-endemic African countries: a mixed-methods study. Malar J. 2015 May 10; 14:194. PMID: 25957881.
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    4. Frielingsdorf H, Bushayija E, Nordström A, Nyberg F, Rosling H, von Schreeb J, Peterson SS, Nilsson K, Nordenstedt H. [Challenges and opportunities for the next generation in global health]. Lakartidningen. 2014 Nov 12-18; 111(46):2012-3. PMID: 25650454.
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    5. Johansson EW, Gething PW, Hildenwall H, Mappin B, Petzold M, Peterson SS, Selling KE. Diagnostic testing of pediatric fevers: meta-analysis of 13 national surveys assessing influences of malaria endemicity and source of care on test uptake for febrile children under five years. PLoS One. 2014; 9(4):e95483. PMID: 24748201.
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    6. Kalyango JN, Alfven T, Peterson S, Mugenyi K, Karamagi C, Rutebemberwa E. Integrated community case management of malaria and pneumonia increases prompt and appropriate treatment for pneumonia symptoms in children under five years in Eastern Uganda. Malar J. 2013 Sep 22; 12:340. PMID: 24053172.
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    7. Kalyango JN, Rutebemberwa E, Karamagi C, Mworozi E, Ssali S, Alfven T, Peterson S. High adherence to antimalarials and antibiotics under integrated community case management of illness in children less than five years in eastern Uganda. PLoS One. 2013; 8(3):e60481. PMID: 23555980.
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    8. Alfvén T, Axelson H, Lindstrand A, Peterson SS, Persson LA. [Mortality decreases, but seven million children does still die every year]. Lakartidningen. 2013 Jan 9-15; 110(1-2):28-30. PMID: 23373181.
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    9. Waiswa P, Peterson SS, Namazzi G, Ekirapa EK, Naikoba S, Byaruhanga R, Kiguli J, Kallander K, Tagoola A, Nakakeeto M, Pariyo G. The Uganda Newborn Study (UNEST): an effectiveness study on improving newborn health and survival in rural Uganda through a community-based intervention linked to health facilities - study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials. 2012 Nov 15; 13:213. PMID: 23153395.
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    10. Kalyango JN, Lindstrand A, Rutebemberwa E, Ssali S, Kadobera D, Karamagi C, Peterson S, Alfven T. Increased use of community medicine distributors and rational use of drugs in children less than five years of age in Uganda caused by integrated community case management of fever. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2012 Nov; 87(5 Suppl):36-45. PMID: 23136276.
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    11. Hamer DH, Marsh DR, Peterson S, Pagnoni F. Integrated community case management: next steps in addressing the implementation research agenda. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2012 Nov; 87(5 Suppl):151-153. PMID: 23136291.
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    12. Marsh DR, Hamer DH, Pagnoni F, Peterson S. Introduction to a special supplement: Evidence for the implementation, effects, and impact of the integrated community case management strategy to treat childhood infection. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2012 Nov; 87(5 Suppl):2-5. PMID: 23136271.
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    13. Kalyango JN, Rutebemberwa E, Alfven T, Ssali S, Peterson S, Karamagi C. Performance of community health workers under integrated community case management of childhood illnesses in eastern Uganda. Malar J. 2012 Aug 20; 11:282. PMID: 22905758.
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    14. Mukanga D, Tibenderana JK, Peterson S, Pariyo GW, Kiguli J, Waiswa P, Babirye R, Ojiambo G, Kasasa S, Pagnoni F, Kallander K. Access, acceptability and utilization of community health workers using diagnostics for case management of fever in Ugandan children: a cross-sectional study. Malar J. 2012 May 24; 11:121. PMID: 22521034.
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    15. Mukanga D, Babirye R, Peterson S, Pariyo GW, Ojiambo G, Tibenderana JK, Nsubuga P, Kallander K. Can lay community health workers be trained to use diagnostics to distinguish and treat malaria and pneumonia in children? Lessons from rural Uganda. Trop Med Int Health. 2011 Oct; 16(10):1234-42. PMID: 21752163.
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    16. Ettarh R, Galiwango E, Rutebemberwa E, Pariyo G, Peterson S. Spatial analysis of determinants of choice of treatment provider for fever in under-five children in Iganga, Uganda. Health Place. 2011 Jan; 17(1):320-6. PMID: 21147017.
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    17. Rutebemberwa E, Nsabagasani X, Pariyo G, Tomson G, Peterson S, Kallander K. Use of drugs, perceived drug efficacy and preferred providers for febrile children: implications for home management of fever. Malar J. 2009 Jun 12; 8:131. PMID: 19523220.
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    18. Rutebemberwa E, Pariyo G, Peterson S, Tomson G, Kallander K. Utilization of public or private health care providers by febrile children after user fee removal in Uganda. Malar J. 2009 Mar 14; 8:45. PMID: 19284673.
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    19. Rutebemberwa E, Kallander K, Tomson G, Peterson S, Pariyo G. Determinants of delay in care-seeking for febrile children in eastern Uganda. Trop Med Int Health. 2009 Apr; 14(4):472-9. PMID: 19222823.
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