Publications

2020

Bergen, N., Zhu, G., Yedenekal, S., et. al., Promoting equity in maternal, newborn and child health – how does gender factor in? Perceptions of public servants in the Ethiopian health sector, 2020

Shifting from tobacco growing to alternatives in Malawi? A qualitative analysis of policy and perspectives,Lencucha, R., Moyo, T., Labonté, R., Drope, J., Appau, A., Makoka, D., 2020

The Political Economy of Tobacco in Mozambique and Zimbabwe: A Triangulation Mixed Methods Protocol, Lencucha, R., Drope, J., Labonté, R., Cunguars, B., Ruckert, A., Mlambo, Z., Kadungure, A., Bialous, S., Nhamo, N., 2020

Effectiveness of upgraded maternity waiting home and local leader training in improving institutional births among women in Jimma, Ethiopia Jaameta Kurji, Manisha A. Kulkarni, Lakew Abebe Gebretsadik, Muluemebet Abera et al., 2020

2019

Bergen, N., Ruckert, A., Kulkarni, M., et. al., Subnational health management and the advancement of health equity: a case study of Ethiopia, 2019

Bergen, N., Labonte, R. “Everything Is Perfect, and We Have No Problems”: Detecting and Limiting Social Desirability Bias in Qualitative Research, 2019

Promoting and delivering antenatal care in rural Jimma Zone, Ethiopia: a qualitative analysis  of midwives’ perceptions. Nicole Bergen , Alzahra Hudani, Shifera Asfaw, Abebe Mamo, et al., 2019

How do community health actors explain their roles? Exploring the roles of community health actors in promoting maternal health services in rural Ethiopia. Abebe Mamo, Sudhakar Moranka, Shifera Asfaw, Nicole Bergen et.al., 2019

Maternity waiting areas, serving all women?   Nicole Bergen, Lakew Abebe, Shifera Asfawet al., 2019

Talking Health: trusted messengers and effective ways of delivering health messages for rural mothers in Southwest Ethiopia, Shifera Asfaw, Sudhakar Morankar, Muluemebet Abera et.al., 2019

Bergen, N., Labonté, R., Asfaw, S., Mamo, A. Equity in maternal, newborn and child health: expanding health services onto rural Ethiopia. In Cochrane, L. (Ed) Ethiopia: social and political issues., 2019

2018

Bergen, N., Mamo, A., Asfaw, S., Perceptions and experiences related to health and health inequality among rural communities in Jimma Zone, Ethiopia: a rapid qualitative assessment, 2018

Promoting Maternal & Child Health in Ethiopia. How Community Health Actors Explain their Roles, Abebe Mamo, EARPHN, 2018

Application of a qualitative rapid assessment approach to inform community-responsive information, education and communication activities, Shifera Asfaw, Nicole Bergen, 2018

2017

Social desirability bias in qualitative research: Poster.  Nicole Bergen, Ronald Labonte, Shifera Asfaw, Abebe Mamo et al., 2017

Social desirability bias in qualitative research: Power point presentation, Nicole Bergen, Ronald Labonte, Shifera Asfaw, Abebe Mamo et al., 2017

Factors associated with maternity waiting home use among women in Jimma Zone, Ethiopia: a multilevel cross- sectional analysis, Jaameeta Kurji, Lakew Abebe Gebretsadik, Muluuemebet Abera Wordofa, Morankar Sudhakar et al.

Narrative Depictions of Working With Language Interpreters in Cross Language Qualitative Research, Nicole Bergen, 2017

Utilization of key preventive measures for pregnancy complications and malaria among women in Jimma Zone Ethiopia,Mariame Ouedraogo, Jaameeta Kurji, Lakew Abebe et al., 2017

Community defined roles for maternal and child health communication, Morankar Sudhakar, Nicole Bergen, Abebe Mamo et al., 2017

Assessing Community Perceptions of Safe Motherhood in Ethiopia, Morankar Sudhakar, Nicole Bergen, Abebe Mamo et al., 2017