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Science for Impact : Better Evidence for Better Decisions – The Dime Experience (English)

The Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Group generates high-quality and operationally relevant data and research to transform development policy, help reduce extreme poverty, and secure shared prosperity. ... See More +

Annual Report 134802 JAN 01, 2019

Legovini,Arianna; Adjognon,Guigonan Serge; Bedoya Arguelles,Guadalupe; Bougna Lonla,Theophile; Campbell,Kayleigh Bierman; Christian,Paul J.; Coville,Aidan; Croke,Kevin; Daniels,Benjamin B.; Di Maro,Vincenzo; Duhaut,Alice; Fernandez,Chloe Monica; Holmlund,Marcus E.; Jones,Maria Ruth; Karpe,Saahil Ninad; Khan,Nausheen; Kondylis,Florence; Milusheva,Svetoslava Petkova; Mvukiyehe,Eric; Orozco Olvera,Victor Hugo; Piza,Caio; Reichert,Arndt Rudiger; Rizvanolli,Besa; Rogger,Daniel Oliver; Roscitt,Michael Anthony; Siddiqi,Bilal Murtaza; Zwager,Astrid Maria Theresia Disclosed

Variations in the Quality of Tuberculosis Care in Urban India : A Cross-Sectional, Standardized Patient Study in Two Cities (English)

India has the highest burden of tuberculosis (TB). Although most patients with TB in India seek care from the private sector, there is limited evidence on quality of TB care or its correlates. ... See More +

Journal Article 136155 SEP 25, 2018

Kwan,Ada Ting Ting; Daniels,Benjamin B.; Saria,Vaibhav; Satyanarayana,Srinath; Subbaraman,Ramnath; Mcdowell,Andrew Thomas; Bergkvist,Sofi; Das,Ranendra K.; Das,Veena; Das,Jishnu; Pai,Madhukar Disclosed

Use of Standardized Patients to Assess Antibiotic Dispensing for Tuberculosis by Pharmacies in Urban India : A Cross-Sectional Study (Vol. 2) : Supplementary Appendix (English)

India’s total antibiotic use is the highest of any country. Patients often receive prescription-only drugs directly from pharmacies. Here the authors aimed to assess the medical advice and drug dispensing practices of pharmacies for standardized patients with presumed and confirmed tuberculosis in India. ... See More +

Journal Article 136154 NOV 01, 2016

Satyanarayana,Srinath; Kwan,Ada Ting Ting; Daniels,Benjamin B.; Subbaraman,Ramnath; Mcdowell,Andrew Thomas; Bergkvist,Sofi; Das,Ranendra K.; Das,Veena; Das,Jishnu; Pai,Madhukar Disclosed

Use of Standardized Patients to Assess Antibiotic Dispensing for Tuberculosis by Pharmacies in Urban India : A Cross-Sectional Study : Main Report (English)

India’s total antibiotic use is the highest of any country. Patients often receive prescription-only drugs directly from pharmacies. Here the authors aimed to assess the medical advice and drug dispensing practices of pharmacies for standardized patients with presumed and confirmed tuberculosis in India. ... See More +

Journal Article 136154 NOV 01, 2016

Satyanarayana,Srinath; Kwan,Ada Ting Ting; Daniels,Benjamin B.; Subbaraman,Ramnath; Mcdowell,Andrew Thomas; Bergkvist,Sofi; Das,Ranendra K.; Das,Veena; Das,Jishnu; Pai,Madhukar Disclosed