The PRIME Trial – A complex intervention to improve malaria care at public health centres in Uganda

In Uganda, health system challenges limit access to good quality healthcare and contribute to slow progress on malaria control. A complex intervention (PRIME) was developed, which was designed to improve quality of care for malaria at public health centres.   The Impact of an Intervention to Improve Malaria Care in Public Health Centers on Health Indicators […]

The PROCESS Study – A protocol to evaluate the implementation, mechanisms of effect and context of an intervention to enhance public health centres in Tororo, Uganda

The PROCESS study uses mixed methods to evaluate the processes, mechanisms of change, and context of the PRIME intervention. The findings of this PROCESS study is interpreted alongside the PRIME trial results which enables a greater ability to generalise the findings of the main trial. The investigators attempt to assess which methods are most informative in such evaluations of complex […]

The ACT Consortium

Consortium Director:  David Schellenberg Other LSHTM Research Staff: Daniel Chandramohan, Sian Clarke, Catherine Goodman, Harparkash Kaur, Toby Leslie, Hugh Reyburn, Mark Rowland, Sarah Staedke, Jayne Webster, Christopher Whitty, Virginia Wiseman, Clare Chandler, Bonnie Cundill, Kristian Hansen, Joanna Reynolds, Shunmey Yeung Countries: Afghanistan, Cameroon, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda Funding Source: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation The ACT Consortium sponsored 16 research […]