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Gilbert Abiiro
Gilbert Abiiro
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Universal health coverage from multiple perspectives: a synthesis of conceptual literature and global debates
GA Abiiro, M De Allegri
BMC international health and human rights 15 (1), 1-7, 2015
1392015
Gaps in universal health coverage in Malawi: a qualitative study in rural communities
GA Abiiro, GB Mbera, M De Allegri
BMC health services research 14 (1), 1-10, 2014
1272014
Developing attributes and attribute-levels for a discrete choice experiment on micro health insurance in rural Malawi
GA Abiiro, G Leppert, GB Mbera, PJ Robyn, M De Allegri
BMC health services research 14 (1), 1-15, 2014
942014
Factors influencing the decision to drop out of health insurance enrolment among urban slum dwellers in Ghana
RA Atinga, GA Abiiro, RB Kuganab‐Lem
Tropical Medicine & International Health 20 (3), 312-321, 2015
752015
Universal financial protection through National Health Insurance: a stakeholder analysis of the proposed one-time premium payment policy in Ghana
GA Abiiro, D McIntyre
Health policy and planning 28 (3), 263-278, 2013
662013
Eliciting community preferences for complementary micro health insurance: a discrete choice experiment in rural Malawi
GA Abiiro, A Torbica, K Kwalamasa, M De Allegri
Social science & medicine 120, 160-168, 2014
362014
Achieving universal health care coverage: Current debates in Ghana on covering those outside the formal sector
GA Abiiro, D McIntyre
BMC international health and human rights 12 (1), 1-6, 2012
272012
Challenges of the targeting approach to social protection: An assessment of the Ghana Livelihood Empowerment against Poverty Programme in the Wa Municipality of Ghana
F Agbenyo, SZ Galaa, GA Abiiro
Ghana Journal of Development Studies 14 (1), 19-38, 2017
242017
How far is mixed methods research in the field of health policy and systems in Africa? A scoping review
M De Allegri, I Sieleunou, GA Abiiro, V Ridde
Health Policy and Planning 33 (3), 445-455, 2018
182018
Attribute development and level selection for a discrete choice experiment to elicit the preferences of health care providers for capitation payment mechanism in Kenya
M Obadha, E Barasa, J Kazungu, GA Abiiro, J Chuma
Health economics review 9 (1), 1-19, 2019
132019
What factors drive heterogeneity of preferences for micro-health insurance in rural Malawi?
GA Abiiro, A Torbica, K Kwalamasa, M De Allegri
Health Policy and Planning 31 (9), 1172-1183, 2016
122016
Bypassing primary healthcare facilities for maternal healthcare in North West Ghana: socio-economic correlates and financial implications
VA Amoro, GA Abiiro, KA Alatinga
BMC Health Services Research 21 (1), 1-14, 2021
82021
Factors associated with optimal antenatal care use in Northern region, Ghana
A Abubakari, F Agbozo, GA Abiiro
Women & health 58 (8), 942-954, 2018
72018
Knowledge, attitude and practice of hepatitis B infection prevention among nursing students in the Upper West Region of Ghana: A cross-sectional study
AN Balegha, A Yidana, GA Abiiro
PloS one 16 (10), e0258757, 2021
52021
Preferences for long-term care insurance in China: results from a discrete choice experiment
Q Wang, GA Abiiro, J Yang, P Li, M De Allegri
Social Science & Medicine 281, 114104, 2021
52021
Preferences of healthcare providers for capitation payment in Kenya: a discrete choice experiment
M Obadha, J Chuma, J Kazungu, GA Abiiro, MJ Beck, E Barasa
Health Policy and Planning 35 (7), 842-854, 2020
52020
Exploring factors influencing adverse birth outcomes in a regional hospital setting in Ghana: A configuration theoretical perspective
G Dugle, BAA Akanbang, GA Abiiro
Women and Birth 34 (2), 187-195, 2021
42021
Why did Ghana’s national health insurance capitation payment model fall off the policy agenda? A regional level policy analysis
GA Abiiro, KA Alatinga, G Yamey
Health Policy and Planning 36 (6), 869-880, 2021
32021
Is the presence of an adolescent reproductive health corner associated with adolescent knowledge and use of reproductive health services in Ghana?
C Annor, KA Alatinga, GA Abiiro
Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare 27, 100583, 2021
32021
Why do women attend antenatal care but give birth at home? a qualitative study in a rural Ghanaian District
KA Alatinga, J Affah, GA Abiiro
PloS one 16 (12), e0261316, 2021
22021
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