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Research & Impact

Our research helps to demonstrate how digital tools can strengthen health systems and how data can be leveraged for health impact. At D-tree, we are committed to evidence-based decision making and use research and evaluation to guide our work. See our research publications below.

Our Research Highlights

Our Research Publications

Jan 26, 2014
Using mobile technology to address the ‘three delays’ to reduce maternal mortality in Zanzibar.
International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare
Hoy R, Rubin J, Mitchell M
May 26, 201313:95
Improvement in Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) Implementation through use of Mobile Technology: Evidence from a Pilot Study in Tanzania.
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making
Mitchell M, Hedt B, Msellemu D, Nkaka M, Lesh N
May 26, 201217:1–10
Perceived improvement in Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) implementation through use of mobile technology: qualitative evidence from a pilot study in Tanzania.
Journal of Health Communication
Mitchell M, Getchell M, Nkaka M, van Esch J, Hedt B
May 26, 2012 doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2011.11.003
Electronic decision protocols for ART patient triaging to expand access to HIV treatment in South Africa: A cross sectional study for development and validation.
Int. J. Med. Inform
Mitchell M, Hedt B, Eshun-Wilson I, Fraser H, John M, Menezes C, Grobusch M, Jackson J, Taljaard J, Lesh N
Jul 26, 2010Vol 96, Issue 2, Pages 128-133
National implementation of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI): Policy constraints and strategies.
Health Policy
Ahmed H, Mitchell M, Hedt B
May 26, 2009Vol. 10, No.3 pp. 156 – 168
Improving Care – Improving Access: The Use of Electronic Decision Support with AIDS patients in South Africa.
Int. J. of Healthcare Technology and Management
Marc Mitchell, Neal Lesh,
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