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Scaling up the WHO-PEN package for diabetes and hypertension in Swaziland: a nation-wide cluster-randomised evaluation of three strategies in Swaziland (WHO-PEN@Scale)

Deliverables

Protocol for Cochrane review

Protocol for effectiveness review.

Map of target organisations

Detailed map and evaluation of target organisations for research dissemination and policy dialogue purposes.

Report of the pilot studies

Report of the pilot studies (and their results) conducted during the ‘design’ phase of the WHO-PEN@Scale project.

Data collection tools

Data collection tools for the population-based household surveys.

Management tools and documentation

Develop management tools and documentation.

Study protocol and data collection tool

Study protocol and data collection tools for bottom-up costing of WHO-PEN, including time-and-motion study.

Meeting schedule

Project management committee meeting schedule.

Patient questionnaire

Patient questionnaire on WHO-PEN acceptability and implementation.

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Publications

Towards the Design of a Mobile Application to Support Decentralized Healthcare in Developing Countries – The Case of Diabetes Care in eSwatini

Author(s): Sascha Lichtenberg, University of Goettingen Maike Greve, University of Goettingen Alfred Benedikt Brendel, University of Goettingen Lutz M. Kolbe, University of Goettingen
Published in: Twenty-fifth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Cancun, 2019, Issue 25th, annual, 2019, 2019

Supporting Non-Communicable Disease Prevention through a mHealth Application in Decentralized Healthcare Systems: Action Design Research in Eswatini

Author(s): Maike Greve, University of Goettingen Sascha Lichtenberg, University of Goettingen Stefan Diedrich, University of Goettingen Alfred Benedikt Brendel, University of Goettingen
Published in: Proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2020