The National Research Repository of Uganda - NRU
Welcome to the National Research Repository of Uganda, abbreviated as "NRU". NRU was established in 2021. NRU is a collection of scholarly output by researchers from the UNCST Community, including scholarly articles and books, electronic theses and dissertations, conference proceedings, journals, technical reports and digitised library collections. It is the official Institutional Archive (IA) of UNCST.
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(American Thoracic Society., 2022)Africa accounts for the majority of the global burden of TB, with a significant proportion of survivors reporting poor health-related quality of life. This leads to long-term impairments and development of pTBLD. Close ...
Proof of Concept for Deriving Physical Activity (PA) Intensity Levels from Field-Based Walking Tests (American Thoracic Society., 2022)As part of pulmonary rehabilitation (PR), patients receive individually tailored exercise training with walking exercise at its core. Despite the personalised nature of exercise prescription, the evaluation of PR on PA has ...
Deriving personalised physical activity intensity thresholds by merging accelerometry with field-based walking tests: Implications for pulmonary rehabilitation (Chronic Respiratory Disease, 2022)During pulmonary rehabilitation (PR), patients receive individually tailored walking exercise training. The personalised nature of exercise prescription is a fundamental component of PR. Despite this, the measurement of ...
An Overview of Data Science Innovations, Challenges and Limitations Towards Real-World Implementations in Global Health (Springer, Cham., 2020)Health institutions are increasingly collecting vast amounts of patient data. However, mining data from those different institutions is not possible for various challenges. In this chapter, we will report on our experience ...
Provider perspectives on the acceptability and tolerability of dolutegravir‑based anti‑retroviral therapy after national roll‑out in Uganda: a qualitative study (BMC Infectious Diseases, 2021)The World Health Organization recommends dolutegravir (DTG) as the for first-line and second-line antiretroviral therapy (ART) worldwide. However, little is known about the acceptability and tolerability of DTG-based ART ...