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||Trends of immunisation status of the children and women attending an urban diarrhoea hospital in Bangladesh
||Rahman, A.K.S. Mahmudur; Islam, M. Ajninul
||Effect of women-focused development programme on nutritional status of rural women
||Rasheed, Sabrina; Bhuiya, Abbas; Hyder, SM Ziauddin; Chowdhury, A.M.R
||Women's empowerment and fertility regulation behaviour in rural areas of Bangladesh
||Sarkar, Afzal Hossain; Mozumder, A.B.M. Khorshed Alam; Rahman, Mizanur
||Impact of lactational performance on bone mineral density in marginally-nourished Bangladeshi women
||Chowdhury, S.; Sarkar, N.R.; Roy, Swapan Kumar
||"Women's status and health of women and children: a study in Teknaf
||Wai, Lokky; Alam, Nurul; Strong, Michael; Mita, Rezina; Munshi, N.H.; Nessa, Fazilatun
||Beliefs, attitudes and practices towards measles in rural Bangladesh
||Shahid, Nigar; Faruque, A.S.G.; Aziz, K.M.A.; Rahman, A.S.M. Mizanur; Rahman, M.M.
||Empowering women for health: assessing the impact of training and service delevery in Dhaka slums
||Dearden, Kirk; Khatun, Jahanara; Sack, R. Bradley; Becker, Stan; Baqui, Abdullah; Zeitlyn, Sushila; Alvi, Kanta
||Evaluation of family planning-related infectious morbidity in Bangladesh
||Wasserheit, Judith N.; Chakraborty, J.; Harris, Jeffery R.; Phillips, James F.; Rahman, Sahera; Yunus, Md.; Avoy, Donald; Bennish, Michael; Kay, Bradford; Holmes, King K.
||The aetiology of reproductive tract infections among women attending the Bangladesh womens health coalition and the Marie Stopes Clinic Society clinics in Taan Bazar and Dhaka, Bangladesh
||Women and health exploring the socio-cultural barriers and determinants of women's health status in rural Bangladesh
||Zeitlyn, Sushila; Aziz, K.M.A.; Sack, S.; Bairagi, R.; Bhuiya, Abbas; Islam, Shafiqul; Sharmin, Thamana; Faisal, G.N.
||Women's health and domestic violence
||Naved, Ruchira Tabassum; Azim, Safia
||Womens status and health of women and children : a study in Teknaf
||Wai, Lokky; Alam, Nurul; Strong, Michael; Mita, Rezina; Munshi, N.H.; Nessa, Fazilatun; Khan, Nizam U.; Razzaque, Abdul; Chakma, D.B.; Umra, H.
||A prospective study of birth interval dynamics in rural Bangladesh
||Chen, Lincoln C.; Ahmed, Shamsa; Gesche, Melita; Mosley, W. Henry
||Alternate strategies for beginning contraceptive use: the case of Bangladesh
||Langsten, R.; Potter, R.G.; Kobrin, F.; Mosley, W.H.
||Female reproductive development: a hazards model analysis
||Foster, Andrew; Menken, Jane; Chowdhury, Alauddin; Trussell, James
||The effect of oral contraceptive acceptance on fertility in the postpartum period
||Bhatia, Shushum; Becker, Stan; Kim, Young J.
||Causes of maternal mortality in rural Bangladesh, 1976-85
||Fauveau, V.; Koenig, M.A.; Chakraborty, J.; Chowdhury, A.I.
||Resumption of menstruation among urban post-partum women in Bangladesh
||Report of community-based knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) survey among commercial sex workers residing in Taan Bazar brothel
||Ahed, Julia; Hawkes, Sarah; Khan, Kasmin; Chaklader, Hasina
||Maternal moridity in rural Bangladesh : where do women go for care [abstract]
||Ahmed, Shameem; Khanum, Parveen A.; Islam, Ariful; Parveen, Sadia D.
||Plausible evidence of effectiveness of an iron-supplementation programme for pregnant and post-partum women in rural Bangladesh
||Stoltzfus, Rebecca J.; Chakraborty, Jyatsnamoy; Rice, Amy; de la Briere, Benedicte; de Francisco, Andres
||Uptake of contraception during postpartum amenorrhoea: understandings and preferences of poor, urban women in Bangladesh
||Salway, Sarah; Nurani, Sufia
||Short birth intervals don't kill women: evidence from Matlab, Bangladesh
||Ronsmans, Carine; Campbell, Oona
||Tetanus toxoid immunization coverage among women in zone 3 of Dhaka city: the challenge of reaching all women of reproductive age in urban Bangladesh
||Perry, H.; Weierbach, R.; Hossain, I.; Islam, R.
||Reproductive-tract infections in women in low-income, low-prevalence situations: assessment of syndromic management in Matlab, Bangladesh
||Hawkes, Sarah; Morison, Linda; Foster, Susan; Gausia, Kaniz; Chakraborty, Jyotanamoy; Peeling, Rasanna Weeling; Mabey, David
||Sexually transmitted infections in a basic healthcare clinic in Dhaka, Bangladesh: syndromic management for cervicitis is not justified
||Bogaerts, J.; Ahmed, J.; Akhter, N.; Begum, N.; van Ranst, M.; Verhaegen, J.
||Social situation and health status of women in Bangladesh : a preliminary analysis[book chapter]
||Khan, M. Mahmud; Hossain, M. Shahadat; Rahman, Md. Hafizur; Al-Mamun, Abdullah
||Anemia and iron deficiency during pregnancy in rural Bangladesh[abstract]
||Hyder, Z.; Persson, L.A.; Lonnerdal, B.; Ekstrom, E.C.
||Missing men's messages: does the reproductive health approach respond to men's sexual health needs
||Collumbien, Martine; Hawkes, Sarah
||Validity of IVACG simplified dietary assessment ((SDA) in identifying phegant and lactating women at risk for Vitamin A deficiency in rural Bangladesh[abstract]
||Alam, D.S.; van Raaij, J.M.A.; Hautvast, J.G.A.J.; Yunus, M.; Wahed, M.A.
||How do family planning workers' visits affect women's contraceptive behavior in Bangladesh
||Poverty alleviation programmes reduce inequities in Health : evidence from Bangladesh[Session]
||Mushtaque, A.; Chowdhury, R.; Bhuiya, Abbas
||Health promotion campaigns and urban women in Bangladesh
||Tunon, Cristobal; Quaiyum, Md. Abdul; Begum, Nazma; Amin, Selina
||Causes of death among women aged 10-50 years in Bangladesh, 1996-1997.
||Yusuf, Hussain R.; Akhter, Halida H.; Chowdhury, Mahbub Elahi; Rochat, Roger W.
||Paramedic-conducted mental health counselling for abused women in rural Bangladesh: an evaluation from the perspective of participants
||Naved, Ruchira T.; Rimi, Nadia A.; Jahan, Shamshad; Lindmark, Gunilla
||Seasonal variation in nutritional status among women of different occupational groups in Bangladesh
||Health situation of slum dwellers of metropolitan area of Dhaka
||Rahman, Shafiqur; Banu, Sneha; Nessa, Fazilatun
||Maternal education and health care processes in Bangladesh : the health and hygiene of the middle classes [book chapter]
||Matlab: women, children and health
||Scaling up of misoprostol for prevention of postpartum hemorrhage in 29 upazilas of Bangladesh
||Quaiyum, Md. Abdul; Holston, Martine; Hossain, S.A. Shahed; Bell, Suzanne; Prata, Ndola
||Breastfeeding counselling and subclinical mastitis
||Understanding the patterns of chronic obstetric morbidity and validation of the self report by women living in an urban slum district of Dhaka, Bangladesh
||Efficacy of daily consumption of orange-fleshed sweet potatoes for increasing total body vitamin A pool size in Bangladeshi women of reproductive age
||Jamil, Kazi Mohammad Asif
||Better understanding of recognition and response to postpartum hemorrhage
||Koblinsky, Marjorie Anne
||Reproductive and sexual health problems as perceived by women and men in a rural area of Bangladesh
||Bhuiya, Abbas; Aziz, Ayesha; Hanifi, SMA
||Women's health and materinity care in Matlab[book chapter]
||Fauveau, Vincent; Chakraborty, Jyotsnamoy
||Changes in women's status in Matlab[book chapter]
||Simmons, Ruth; Mita, Rezina; Koenig, Michael A.
||Intrahousehold allocation of energy intake among children under five years and their parents in rural Bangladesh
||Kramer, E.M.; Peterson, K.E.; Rogers, B.L.; Hughes, M.D.