The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Demography, Rural area, Gerontology and Cohort study. The concepts of his Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention, Psychiatry, Longitudinal study and Public health. The Public health study combines topics in areas such as Interpersonal communication, Human sexuality, Reproductive medicine and Reproductive health.
His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Child rearing, Rural health, Incidence and Sexually transmitted disease. Mark Urassa combines Rural area and Context in his research. His Cohort study research includes elements of Family planning, Total fertility rate, Fertility and Epidemiology.
Mark Urassa mostly deals with Demography, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Rural area, Cohort study and Cohort. His Demography study incorporates themes from Young adult, Epidemiology, Incidence and Sexually transmitted disease. His work in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome addresses subjects such as Psychiatry, which are connected to disciplines such as Family medicine.
When carried out as part of a general Rural area research project, his work on Rural people is frequently linked to work in Context, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His study in Cohort study is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Seroconversion, Pediatrics and Confidence interval. His work deals with themes such as Rural tanzania, Disease surveillance and Antiretroviral therapy, which intersect with Environmental health.
Mark Urassa mainly focuses on Demography, Geography, Global health, Child marriage and Sub saharan. He has included themes like Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Poisson regression, Cohort study and Public health in his Demography study. Mark Urassa interconnects Transmission and Regression discontinuity design in the investigation of issues within Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
His Poisson regression research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Longitudinal study, Interquartile range, Epidemiology and Young adult. His studies deal with areas such as Mortality rate, Seroconversion and Confidence interval as well as Cohort study. Mark Urassa works mostly in the field of Global health, limiting it down to concerns involving Developmental psychology and, occasionally, Qualitative property and Poverty.
Mark Urassa mainly investigates Demographic economics, Child marriage, Socioeconomics, Geography and Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. His research on Demographic economics often connects related topics like Multinomial logistic regression. His Child marriage research incorporates elements of Autonomy, Social status, Local community and Context.
His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Communicable disease and Socioeconomics. His Geography research overlaps with Malnutrition, Population health, Tuberculosis, Pandemic and China. His studies deal with areas such as Young adult, Demography, Regression discontinuity design and Poisson regression as well as Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
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Secretive Females or Swaggering Males? An Assessment of the Quality of Sexual Partnership Reporting in Rural Tanzania
Soori Nnko;J. Ties Boerma;Mark Urassa;Gabriel M. Mwaluko.
Social Science & Medicine (2004)
The impact of HIV/AIDS on mortality and household mobility in rural Tanzania.
Mark Urassa;J. Ties Boerma;Raphael Isingo;Juliana Ngalula.
Barriers to Accessing Antiretroviral Therapy in Kisesa, Tanzania: A Qualitative Study of Early Rural Referrals to the National Program.
Gerry Hillary Mshana;Joyce Wamoyi;Joanna Busza;Basia Zaba.
Aids Patient Care and Stds (2006)
Scaling up stigma? The effects of antiretroviral roll-out on stigma and HIV testing. Early evidence from rural Tanzania.
Maria Roura;Mark Urassa;Joanna Busza;Doris Mbata.
Sexually Transmitted Infections (2009)
Parent-child communication about sexual and reproductive health in rural Tanzania: Implications for young people's sexual health interventions
Joyce Wamoyi;Joyce Wamoyi;Angela Fenwick;Mark Urassa;Basia Zaba.
Reproductive Health (2010)
Sociodemographic context of the AIDS epidemic in a rural area in Tanzania with a focus on people's mobility and marriage.
J T Boerma;M Urassa;S Nnko;J Ng'weshemi.
Sexually Transmitted Infections (2002)
Barriers to sustaining antiretroviral treatment in Kisesa, Tanzania: a follow-up study to understand attrition from the antiretroviral program.
Maria Roura;Joanna Busza;Alison Wringe;Doris Mbata.
Aids Patient Care and Stds (2009)
HIV and mortality of mothers and children: evidence from cohort studies in Uganda, Tanzania, and Malawi.
Basia Zaba;Jimmy Whitworth;Milly Marston;Jessica Nakiyingi.
Trends in HIV and sexual behaviour in a longitudinal study in a rural population in Tanzania, 1994-2000.
Mwaluko G;Urassa M;Isingo R;Zaba B.
“Women’s Bodies are Shops”: Beliefs About Transactional Sex and Implications for Understanding Gender Power and HIV Prevention in Tanzania
Joyce Wamoyi;Angela Fenwick;Mark Urassa;Basia Zaba;Basia Zaba.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2011)
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