Sven Gudmund Hinderaker
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Tuberculosis, maternal health, perinatal health, Operational research
Master students in global health: coordinating courses and teaching tuberculosis, reproductive health, paper-writing, general global health.
Medical students: compulsory course (5th year) in global health (1w)
Medical students: elective semester (after 3 years) in global health with 3 weeks field visit to a hospital in India, SriLanka, Uganda, Malawi, Tanzania.
PhD candidates: TB course online
- (2023). Variation in maternal mortality in Sidama National Regional State, southern Ethiopia: A population based cross sectional household survey. PLOS ONE. 21 pages.
- (2023). Reduction in maternal mortality ratio varies by district in Sidama National Regional State, southern Ethiopia: Estimates by crosssectional studies using the sisterhood method and a household survey of pregnancy and birth outcomes. PLOS ONE.
- (2023). Prevention of bronchial fistulas after pneumonectomies for selected cavitary drug resistant lung tuberculosis. Frontiers in surgery.
- (2023). Prevalence and incidence of symptomatic pulmonary tuberculosis based on repeated population screening in a district in Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study. BMJ Open. 10 pages.
- (2022). Variation in maternal mortality in Sidama Regional State, southern Ethiopia: A population based cross sectional household survey. medRxiv.
- (2022). Reduction in maternal mortality ratio varies by district in Sidama Regional State, southern Ethiopia: Estimates by cross-sectional studies using the sisterhood method and a household survey of pregnancy and birth outcome. medRxiv.
- (2022). Mothers at risk of postpartum depression in Sri Lanka: A population-based study using a validated screening tool. PLOS ONE. 12 pages.
- (2022). How many of persistent coughers have pulmonary tuberculosis? Population-based cohort study in Ethiopia. BMJ Open. 10 pages.
- (2022). Health Workers’ Knowledge and Attitude Towards Intimate Partner Violence: A Descriptive Study in Sidama Region, Southern Ethiopia. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. 1175-1185.
- (2022). Geographic accessibility to childhood tuberculosis care in Pakistan. Global health action. 8 pages.
- (2022). Fluoroquinolone preventive therapy for children exposed to MDR-TB. The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 171-173.
- (2022). Does distance to healthcare facility affect care-seeking for TB-related symptoms in Tanzania? The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 747-752.
- (2022). Birth weight was associated with maternal exposure to intimate partner violence during pregnancy in southern Ethiopia: A prospective cohort study. Frontiers in Public Health.
- (2022). Are patients with pulmonary tuberculosis identified by active and by passive case detection different? A cross-sectional study in Pakistan. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 39-46.
- (2021). Schistosomiasis hos norske studenter etter opphold i Afrika. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 243-247.
- (2021). Raising the Age of Purchase and Use of Tobacco Product in Bangladesh: Benefits and Challenges in Protecting Youth from the Tobacco Epidemic. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 65-70.
- (2021). How do private practitioners in Pakistan manage children suspected having tuberculosis? A cross sectional study. BMC Public Health.
- (2021). Extending contact screening within a 50-m radius of an index tuberculosis patient using Xpert MTB/RIF in urban Pakistan: Did it impact treatment outcomes? International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 634-640.
- (2021). Diagnosis of childhood tuberculosis in Pakistan: Are national guidelines used by private healthcare providers? International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 291-297.
- (2021). Association between cholera treatment outcome and nutritional status in children aged 2–4 years in Nigeria. Public Health Action.
- (2020). Sexual violence against migrants and asylum seekers. The experience of the MSF clinic on Lesvos Island, Greece. PLOS ONE. 14 pages.
- (2020). Characteristics of first-time family planning users and methods used at mobile clinics in rural Malawi. Public Health Action. 70-75.
- (2020). Caesarean section rates analysed using Robson’s 10-Group Classification System: a cross-sectional study at a tertiary hospital in Ethiopia. BMJ Open. 8 pages.
- (2020). An alumni study of a Master's in international health . Public Health. 168-170.
- (2019). Mass screening for active case finding of pulmonary tuberculosis in the Russian Federation: how to save costs. The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 830-837.
- (2019). Intimate partner violence and maternal depression during pregnancy: A community-based cross-sectional study in Ethiopia. PLOS ONE. 1-15.
- (2019). Diagnosis and treatment of patients with pulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial diseases in Arkhangelsk, Russia. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 358-361.
- (2019). Challenges and opportunities to prevent tuberculosis in people living with HIV in low-income countries. The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 241-251.
- (2019). Building sustainable operational research capacity in Pakistan: starting with tuberculosis and expanding to other public health problems. Global health action. 1-8.
- (2019). A comparison of the yield and relative cost of active tuberculosis case-finding algorithms in Zimbabwe. Public Health Action. 63-68.
INTE-Africa: Improving management of NCD in Africa, led by LSTM, UK. 2019-2023
DATURA: Testing higher dose of anti-TB medications for HIV+ patients with TB, lead by ANRS/INSERM, France. Responsibility: Workpackage 6. Duration: 2019-
SORTIT: Operational research courses for publising scientific papers, led by MSF, IUATLD and WHO, arranged in Kenya, Ethiopia, Paris, Luxembourg, Islamabad and Arkhangelsk in 2011-21
FIDELIS: "Fund for Innovative DOTS Expansion Through Local Initiatives to Stop TB", monitoring TB case finding projects in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Kenya and Tanzania.
Perinatal mortality in Low-income countreis