Publications

 

2021

Ereso B. M., Sagbakken M., Gradmann C., et al. Treatment outcomes of patients with drug sensitive tuberculosis under community-based versus facility-based directly observed treatment, short course strategy in Southwest Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study. BMJ Open 2021,11:e048369. 

2020

Ahmed, M. A. , Fretheim, A., Alemayehu, A. A. & Magnus, J. H. Adaptation and validation of the Iowa infant feeding attitude scale and the breastfeeding knowledge questionnaire for use in an Ethiopian setting.  International Breastfeeding Journal, 15, 24.

Ereso, B. M., Yimer, S. A., Gradmann, C., Sagbakken, M. Barriers for tuberculosis case finding in Southwest Ethiopia: A qualitative study. PLoS ONE, 15(1), e0226307

Ousman, S. K., Sundby, J., Magnus, J. H. & Gebremariam, M. K. Uptake of Skilled Maternal Healthcare in Ethiopia: A Positive Deviance Approach. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17, 171.

Ewnetu, D. B., Thorsen, V. C., Solbakk, J. H. & Magelssen, M. Still a moral dilemma: How Ethiopian professionals providing abortion come to terms with conflicting norms and demands. BMC Med Ethics, 21(1),16.

2019

Hailu, F. B., Hjortdahl P., & Moen, A. Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) – Effect on Knowledge, Self-Care Behavior, and Self-Efficacy Among Type 2 Diabetes Patients in Ethiopia: A Controlled Clinical Trial. Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome and Obesity: Targets and Therapy, 12, 2489.

Gashaw, B. T., Magnus, J. H. & Schei, B. Intimate partner violence and late entry into antenatal care in Ethiopia. Women and birth, 32 (6), e530-e537.

Gashaw, B. T., Magnus, J. H. & Schei, B. Community Stakeholders’ Perspectives on Intimate Partner Violence during Pregnancy—A Qualitative Study from Ethiopia. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16 (23), 4694.

Tsehay, Y. E., Magnus, J. H., Sundby, J. & Magnus, M. C. Health outcomes of asymptomatic HIV-infected pregnant women initiating antiretroviral therapy at different baseline CD4 counts in Ethiopia. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 82, 89-95.

Tsehay, Y. E., Magnus, J. H., Sundby, J. & Magnus, M. C. Pregnancy outcome among HIV-infected women on different antiretroviral therapies in Ethiopia: a cohort stud. BMJ Open 9, e027344. 

Ousman, S. K., Mdala, I., Thorsen V. C., Sundby, J. & Magnus, J. H. Social Determinants of Antenatal Care Service Use in Ethiopia: Changes Over a 15-Year Span. Frontiers in Public Health, 7, 161.

Germossa, G. N., Hellesø, R. & Sjetne, I. S. Hospitalized patients’ pain experience before and after the introduction of a nurse-based pain management programme: a separate sample pre and post study. BMC Nursing, 18, 40.

2018

Abathun, A. D., Gele, A. A., & Sundby, J. Pupil’s perspectives on female genital cutting abandonment in Harari and Somali regions of Ethiopia. BMC Women's Health, 18, Article number: 167.

Hailu, F. B., Hjortdahl P., & Moen, A. Nurse-Led Diabetes Self-Management Education Improves Clinical Parameters in Ethiopia. Frontiers in public health, 6, 302.

Gashaw, B. T., Magnus, J. H. & Schei, B. Social ecological factors and intimate partner violence in pregnancy. PLOS ONE,13(3), e0194681.

Ahmed, M. A. , Fretheim, A. & Magnus, J.H. Effect of breastfeeding education and support intervention (BFESI) versus routine care on timely initiation and exclusive breastfeeding in Southwest Ethiopia: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. BMC Pediatrics, 18, 313.

Germossa, G. N., Sjetne, I. S. & Hellesø, R. The Impact of an In-service Educational Program on Nurses' Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Pain Management in an Ethiopian University Hospital. Frontiers in Public Health, 6, 229.

2017 

Abathun, A. D., Gele, A. A., & Sundby, J. Attitude towards the Practice of Female Genital Cutting among School Boys and Girls in Somali and Harari Regions, Eastern Ethiopia. Obstetrics and Gynecology International, 1, 9.

2016

Abathun, A. D., Gele, A. A., & Sundby, J. Attitude toward female genital mutilation among Somali and Harari people, Eastern Ethiopia. International Journal of Women's Health 8, 557-569.

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