RPHB 3 (2) December 2022

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Table of content

  1. Foreword

    Rwanda is one of the resource-limited countries with high rates of antimicrobial resistance, increasing the disease burden to already strained ... Read More

    Category: Foreword

  2. One Health Approach to Combat Antibiotic Resistance in Developing Countries

    Antimicrobial resistance occurs when bacteria, fungi, and parasites adapt to antimicrobial drugs and stop responding [10]. AMR has been developing since ... Read More

    Category: Commentary

  3. Appropriateness of Antibiotic Prescription Practices in Health Centers in the District of Gisagara, Rwanda

    Antibiotic over-prescription, which leads to antimicrobial resistance (AMR), is a current global health challenge [1,2]. AMR leads to increased health expenditure ... Read More

    Category: Research Article

  4. Diet and Fluorosis-Related Stigma on Gihaya Island, Western Province, Rwanda

    Fluoride is an essential element that contributes to the health of mineralized tissues, such as teeth and bones, when individuals ... Read More

    Category: Research Article

  5. Time matters: Improving Awareness to Reduce Stroke Mortality

    Stroke deaths moved from the 7th (2009) to the 3rd (2019) place as a leading cause of mortality in Rwanda, counting for 5.1% ... Read More

    Category: Policy brief



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