PUBLICATIONS

The Underlying Reason For Very High Levels Of Bed Net Use

Msellemu D, Shemdoe A, Makungu C, Mlacha Y, Kannady K, Dongus S, Killen GF, Dillip A (2017) The underlying reasons for very high levels of bed net use, and higher malaria infection prevalence among bed net users than non-users in the Tanzanian city of Dar es Salaam: a qualitative study. Malaria Journal 16:423.

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Dillip A,Kimatta S, Embrey M,Chalker JC, Valimba R, Malliwah M, Meena J, Lieber R, Johnson K (2017). Can formalizing links among community health workers, accredited drug dispensing outlet dispensers, and health facility staff increase their collaboration to improve prompt access to maternal and childcare? A qualitative study in Tanzania. BMC Health Services Research, (2017) 17:416 DOI 10.1186/s12913-017-2382-1


Moshi IR, Ngowo H, Dillip A,Msellemu D, Madumla EP, Okumu FO, Coetzee M, Mnyone LL, Manderson L (2017). Community perceptions on outdoor malaria transmission in Kilombero Valley, Southern Tanzania. Malar J 16:274 DOI 10.1186/s12936-017-1924-7

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Embrey M , Vaile-Valentine, Dillip A, Kihiyo B, Mbwasi R, Semali IA, Chalker CJ, Liana J, Lieber R, Johnson K, Rutta E, , Shekalaghe E, , Ross-Degan D (2016). Understanding the Role of Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets in Tanzania’s Health System. PLoS ONE, 11(11), e0164332.

Moshi IR, Ngowo H, Dillip A,Msellemu D, Madumla EP, Okumu FO, Coetzee M, Mnyone LL, Manderson L (2017). Community perceptions on outdoor malaria transmission in Kilombero Valley, Southern Tanzania. Malar J 16:274 DOI 10.1186/s12936-017-1924-7

Sarkar N, Dillip A.: Towards a digitally-enabled, community-based responsive health system in Tanzania: A formative study for the Afya-Tek digitised health initiative. Abstract publication in

The Lancet Global Health, April 2020.

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Dillip, A., Mboma, Z.M., Greer, G. et al. “To be honest, women do everything” (2018) understanding the roles of men and women in net care and repair In southern Tanzania. Malar J, 17: 459

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J. Changalucha, R. Steenson, E. Grieve, S. Cleaveland, T. Lembo, K. Lushasi, DIllip A et al (2018). The need to improve access to rabies post-exposure vaccines: lessons from Tanzania. Vaccine (2018)

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Mboma ZM, Dillip A, Kramer K, Koenker H, Greer G, Lorenz LM (2018). For the poor, sleep is leisure’: understanding perceptions, barriers and motivators to mosquito net care and repair in southern Tanzania. Malar J, 17(1):375.

Msellemu D, Shemdoe A, Makungu C, Mlacha Y, Kannady K, Dongus S, Killen GF, Dillip A (2017) The underlying reasons for very high levels of bed net use, and higher malaria infection prevalence among bed net users than non-users in the Tanzanian city of Dar es Salaam: a

qualitative study. Malaria Journal 16:423.

Dillip A, Kimatta S, Embrey M, Chalker JC, Valimba R, Malliwah M, Meena J, Lieber R, Johnson K (2017). Can formalizing links among community health workers, accredited drug dispensing outlet dispensers, and health facility staff increase their collaboration to improve prompt access to maternal and child care? A qualitative study in Tanzania. BMC Health Services Research, (2017) 17:416 DOI 10.1186/s12913-017-2382-111.

Moshi IR, Ngowo H, Dillip A, Msellemu D, Madumla EP, Okumu FO, Coetzee M, Mnyone LL, Manderson L (2017). Community perceptions on outdoor malaria transmission in Kilombero Valley, Southern Tanzania. Malar J 16:274 DOI 10.1186/s12936-017-1924-7.

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Embrey M , Vaile-Valentine, Dillip A, Kihiyo B, Mbwasi R, Semali IA, Chalker CJ, Liana J, Lieber R, Johnson K, Rutta E, , Shekalaghe E, , Ross-Degan D (2016). Understanding the Role of Accredited Drug Dispensing Outlets in Tanzania’s Health System. PLoS ONE, 11(11), e0164332.  http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0164332.

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Sumari D, Dillip A, Ndume V, Mugassa J, Gwakisa P (2016). Knowledge, attitudes and practices on malaria in relation to its transmission among primary school children in Bagamoyo district, Tanzania. Malaria World Journal 2016, 7: 2.

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Shemdoe, A., Mbaruku, G., Dillip, A., Bradley, S., William, J., Wason, D., & Hildon, Z. J.-L. (2016). Explaining retention of healthcare workers in Tanzania: moving on, coming to “look, see and go”, or stay? Human Resources for Health, 14, 2. http://doi.org/10.1186/s12960-016-0098-7.

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Chalker, J. C., Vialle-Valentin, C., Liana, J., Mbwasi, R., Semali, I. A., Kihiyo, B., Shekalaghe E, DIllip A, Ross-Degnan, D. (2015). What roles do accredited drug dispensing outlets in Tanzania

play in facilitating access to antimicrobials? Results of a multi-method analysis. Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control, 4, 33. http://doi.org/10.1186/s13756-015-0075.

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Dillip A, Embrey M, Shekalaghe E, Ross-Degan D, Viale-Valentine C, Kimatta S, Liana J,Rutta E, Valima R, Chalker J: What motivates antibiotic dispensing in accredited drug dispensing outlet in Tanzania? A qualitative study. Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control 2015, 4:30.

Dillip. A, Alba S, Mshana C, Hetzel M., Liana J, Lengeler C,, I. Mayumana I, Schulze A, Mshinda H, Obrist B: Mystery shopping in community drug shops: Research as development in rural Tanzania. Malaria Journal 2012, 11 (Supp 1):019.

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Dillip. A, Alba S, Mshana C, Hetzel M., Lengeler C,, I. Mayumana I, Schulze A, Mshinda H, Weiss M.G, Obrist B: Acceptability – A Neglected Dimension of Access to Health Care: Findings from a study on childhood convulsions in rural Tanzania. BMC Health Services Research 2012, 12:113.

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Alba S, M.W.Hetzel, Goodman C, Dillip A, Liana J, Mshinda H and Lengeler C: Improvements in Access to malaria Treatment after switch to Artemisinin combination therapy and the introduction

of accredited drug dispensing outlets- a provider perspective. Malaria Journal 2010, 9:164.

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Alba S, Dillip A, Hetzel M, Mayumana I, Mshana C, Makemba A, Alexander M, Obrist B, Schulze A, Kessy F, Mshinda H, Lengeler C: Improvements in access to malaria treatment in Tanzania following community, retail sector and health facility interventions-a user perspective. Malaria Journal 2010, 9: 163.

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 Dillip. A, M.W.Hetzel, D Gosoniu, F. Kessy, Lengeler C, I. Mayumana, C. Mshana, H. Mshinda, A. Schulze, C.Pfeiffer, M.G Weiss M, B. Obrist: Socio-cultural factors explaining timely and appropriate use of health facilities for degedege in south-eastern Tanzania. Malaria Journal 2009, 8:144.

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Hetzel, M. W., A. Dillip, C. Lengeler, B. Obrist, J.J. Msechu, A. Makemba, C. Mshana, A. Schulze, H. Mshinda (2008) Malaria treatment in the retail sector: Drug sellers’ knowledge and practices in rural Tanzania. BMC Public Health 2008; 8:157.

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Hetzel, M. W., N. Iteba, A. Makemba, C. Mshana, C. Lengeler, B. Obrist, A. Schulze, R. Nathan, A. Dillip, S. Alba, I. Mayumana, R.A. Khatib, J.D. Njau, H. Mshinda. (2007) Understanding and improving access to prompt and effective malaria treatment and care in rural Tanzania: The ACCESS Project. Malaria Journal 2007 Jun 29; 6(1): 83.

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Hetzel, M. W., N. Iteba, C. Lengeler, B. Obrist, A. Dillip, S. Alba, A. Makemba, C. Mshana, A. Schulze, H. Mshinda (2007) Improving access to prompt and effective malaria treatment: better drugs are not enough. Tropical Medicine and International Health 12(s1): 32-33.

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Obrist, B., N. Iteba, C. Lengeler, A. Makemba, C. Mshana, R. Nathan, S. Alba, A. Dillip, M. Hetzel, I. Mayumana, A. Schulze, H. Mshinda (2007) Access to Health Care in Contexts of Livelihood Insecurity: A Framework for Analysis and Action. PLoS  Medicine October 2007; 4(10):1584-1588.