Published on in Vol 11, No 7 (2022): July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/37947, first published .
Strengthening Interpersonal Relationships in Maternal and Child Health Care in Rural Tanzania: Protocol for a Human-Centered Design Intervention

Strengthening Interpersonal Relationships in Maternal and Child Health Care in Rural Tanzania: Protocol for a Human-Centered Design Intervention

Strengthening Interpersonal Relationships in Maternal and Child Health Care in Rural Tanzania: Protocol for a Human-Centered Design Intervention

Journals

  1. Isangula K, Pallangyo E, Ndirangu-Mugo E. Improving nursing education curriculum as a tool for strengthening the nurse–client relationships in maternal and child healthcare: Insights from a human-centered design study in rural Tanzania. Frontiers in Public Health 2023;11 View
  2. Isangula K, Pallangyo E, Mbekenga C, Ndirangu-Mugo E, Shumba C. Factors shaping good and poor nurse-client relationships in maternal and child care: a qualitative study in rural Tanzania. BMC Nursing 2022;21(1) View
  3. Mwasha L, Kisaka L, Pallangyo E, Basu S. Disrespect and abuse in maternity care in a low-resource setting in Tanzania: Provider’s perspectives of practice. PLOS ONE 2023;18(3):e0281349 View
  4. Isangula K, Pallangyo E, Ndirangu-Mugo E. Interventions co-designed by healthcare providers and clients for improving therapeutic relationships in maternal and child healthcare: a pilot study using human centered design in rural Tanzania. BMC Nursing 2023;22(1) View
  5. Isangula K, Mwasha L, Pallangyo E, Ndirangu-Mugo E. The role of nurse-client relationships in maternal and child healthcare: a qualitative study in rural Tanzania. Frontiers in Health Services 2023;3 View
  6. Isangula K, Pallangyo E, Ndirangu-Mugo E. The perceived benefits and effectiveness of patient feedback systems in strengthening patient-provider relationships in Rural Tanzania. BMC Health Services Research 2023;23(1) View
  7. Isangula K, Pallangyo E, Ndirangu-Mugo E. Nurses’ and clients’ perspectives after engagement in the co-designing of solutions to improve provider-client relationships in maternal and child healthcare: a human-centered design study in rural Tanzania. BMC Nursing 2024;23(1) View