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Integrating and decentralising diabetes and hypertension services in Africa

Deliverables

Expert advice, quality assurance of implementation and scientific output throughout via monthly meetings and expert review of outputs per quarter

Expert advice quality assurance of implementation and scientific output throughout via monthly meetings and expert review of outputs per quarter

Follow-on meeting of key stakeholders

Followon meeting of key stakeholders including researchers policy makers patient and community representatives

Report of first patient enrolled into the study

This signifies the start of enrolment into the study

Internal and external INTE-AFRICA evaluation of quantitative and qualitative indicators

Internal and external INTEAFRICA evaluation of quantitative and qualitative indicators

Report on research and clinical training done

Report on formal research and clinical training conducted including number of staff trained

Report of last patient enrolled into the study

This is the end of recruitment into the research studies

Dissemination of scientific manuscript

Dissemination of scientific manuscript on the assessment of system preparedness and sustainability.

Communications of project progress

Communications of project progress for district health authorities patient groups community leaders ministries of health in Tanzania and Uganda

Establish expert panel

Establish expert advisory panel for assessment of system preparedness and sustainability

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Publications

Ethical issues in intervention studies on the prevention and management of diabetes and hypertension in sub-Saharan Africa

Author(s): Elizabeth Shayo, Marie Claire Van Hout, Josephine Birungi, Anupam Garrib, Sokoine Kivuyo, Sayoki Mfinanga, Moffat J Nyrienda, Ivan Namakoola, Joseph Okebe, Kaushik Ramaiya, Max Oscar Bachmann, Walter Cullen, Jeffrey Lazarus, Geoff Gill, Tinevimbo Shiri, Dominic Bukenya, Hazel Snell, Mastula Nanfuka, Luis E Cuevas, Meshack Shimwela, Gerald Mutungi, Joshua Musinguzi, Janneth Mghamba, Kenneth Mugisha
Published in: BMJ Global Health, 5/7, 2020, Page(s) e002193, ISSN 2059-7908
Publisher: BMJ Global
DOI: 10.1136/bmjgh-2019-002193