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Honoré MITONGA KABWEBWE
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Knowledge and attitudes of infection prevention and control among health sciences students at University of Namibia
J Ojulong, KH Mitonga, SN Iipinge
African health sciences 13 (4), 1071-1078, 2013
1002013
What works and what does not work in response to COVID-19 prevention and control in Africa
E Rutayisire, G Nkundimana, HK Mitonga, A Boye, S Nikwigize
International Journal of Infectious Diseases 97, 267-269, 2020
942020
Awareness of, responsiveness to and practice of patients' rights at Uganda's national referral hospital
HR Kagoya, E Ekirapa-Kiracho, JC Ssempebwa, D Kibuule, ...
African journal of primary health care and family medicine 5 (1), 1-7, 2013
712013
Healthcare providers’ attitudes and perceptions in infection diagnosis and antibiotic prescribing in public health institutions in Lesotho: a cross sectional survey
Adorka M.,Dikokole M., Mitonga H., Allen K.
Journal Africa Health Sciences 13 (2, http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ahs.v13i2.21 …, 2013
47*2013
Knowledge, attitudes and practices of primary schools learners on sanitation and hygiene practices
AP Shilunga, HJ Amukugo, KH Mitonga
172018
Using mobile phone data to reveal risk flow networks underlying the HIV epidemic in Namibia
E Valdano, JT Okano, V Colizza, HK Mitonga, S Blower
Nature communications 12 (1), 2837, 2021
152021
Knowledge, attitude and perception of tuberculosis management among tuberculosis-infected patients in resource constraint setting: field experience from Oyo state, South-West …
O Oladimeji, JM Tsoka-Gwegweni, DA Adeyinka, L Makola, KH Mitonga, ...
142018
The impact of appropriate antibiotic prescribing on treatment evaluation parameters
M Adorka, MK Honoré, M Lubbe, J Serfontein, K Allen
Journal of public health in Africa 4 (1), 2013
142013
Factors affecting strategic plan execution process in public healthcare
AK Shopati, KH Mitonga, LP Aipinge
International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 5 (2), 474-81, 2018
122018
Optimizing data quality of pharmaceutical information systems in public health care in resource limited settings
HR Kagoya, D Kibuule, TW Rennie, C Wuletaw, KH Mitonga
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 16 (6), 828-835, 2020
112020
Assessment of the appropriateness of antibiotic prescriptions in Lesotho public hospitals: a novel methodology based on principles of antibiotic prescribing
M Adorka, HK Mitonga, M Lubbe, J Serfontein, K Allen
Journal of Public Health in Africa 5 (1), 2014
112014
Epidemiology and factors associated with diarrhoea amongst children under 5 years of age in Engela district in the Ohangwena region, Namibia
MF Bauleth, HK Mitonga, LN Pinehas
African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine 12 (1), 1-11, 2020
102020
Making antibiotic choices: formula derivation and usage in the rational selection of antibiotics in the empirical treatment of infections
M Adorka, M Lubbe, J Serfontein, K Allen, M Kabwebwe
Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 12 (6), 1029-1034, 2013
52013
International health care systems: Models, components, and goals
HK Mitonga, APK Shilunga
Handbook of Global Health, 1369-1387, 2021
42021
Factors associated with the nutritional status of children under-five years of age with diarrhoea in Ohangwena Region, Namibia
MF Bauleth, HK Mitonga, LN Pinehas
Int J Healthc 6, 23, 2020
42020
Factors associated with stock out of malaria test kit in Oshana region, Namibia
E Magesa, KH Mitonga, P Angula
Journal of Public Health in Africa 10 (2), 2019
42019
Customers’ satisfaction of the occupational therapy services in Namibia
T Marwa, KH Mitonga, K Hofnie
International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health 4 (10), 3542, 2017
42017
School dropout among orphans in Oshana region-Namibia
AS Ishola, KH Mitonga
AIDS 6, 8, 2017
42017
Assessing the effectiveness of Empiric Aantibiotic treatments: the use of an antibiogram based methodology in the case of selected public hospitals in lesotho
MKB Adorka, HK Mitonga, K Allen, MS Lubbe
Journal of Pharmaceutical Care, 85-95, 2014
42014
Does pharmaceutical information systems data inform decision-making in public healthcare? Utility of a national system in a limited resource setting
HR Kagoya, TW Rennie, D Kibuule, HK Mitonga
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 16 (11), 1526-1534, 2020
32020
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