Protocol for an evaluation of the initiation of an integrated longitudinal outpatient care model for severe chronic non-communicable diseases (PEN-Plus) at secondary care facilities (district hospitals) in 10 lower-income countries.

Time to blood pressure control and predictors among patients receiving integrated treatment for hypertension and HIV based on an adapted WHO HEARTS implementation strategy at a large urban HIV clinic in Uganda

Decentralization and Integration of Advanced Cardiac Care for the World’s Poorest Billion Through the PEN-Plus Strategy for Severe Chronic Non-Communicable Disease


Bridging community and clinic through digital health: community-based adaptation of a mobile phone-based heart failure program for remote communities in Uganda

Using the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of a WHO HEARTS-based intervention to integrate the management of hypertension into HIV care in Uganda: a process evaluation


Improved hypertension control at six months using an adapted WHO HEARTS-based implementation strategy at a large urban HIV clinic in Uganda.

Patient preferences for facility-based management of hypertension and diabetes in Uganda: a discrete choice experiment

Factors associated with blood pressure control in patients with hypertension and HIV at a large urban HIV clinic in Uganda

The risk of hyperglycemia associated with use of dolutegravir among adults living with HIV in Kampala, Uganda: a case-control study

A digital self-care intervention for Ugandan patients with heart failure and their clinicians: User-centred design and usability study

Causes of medication non-adherence and the acceptability of support strategies for people with hypertension in Uganda: a qualitative study. 

Integrated Multi-Month Dispensing of Antihypertensive and Antiretroviral therapy to sustain Hypertension and HIV control.


Prioritizing Health-Sector Interventions for Noncommunicable Diseases and Injuries in Low- and Lower-Middle Income Countries: National NCDI Poverty Commissions. 

Impact of a COVID-19 national lockdown on integrated care for hypertension and HIV. 

Social support for self-care: patient strategies for managing diabetes and hypertension in rural Uganda. 

Hypertension Care Cascade at a Large Urban HIV Clinic in Uganda: A Mixed Methods Study Using the Capability, Opportunity, Motivation for Behavior Change (COM-B) Model. 

The rural Uganda non-communicable disease (RUNCD) study: prevalence and risk factors of self-reported NCDs from a cross sectional survey

Implementation, interrupted: Identifying and leveraging factors that sustain after a programme interruption

Accessing Medicines for Non-Communicable Diseases: patients and health care workers’ experiences at public and private health facilities in Uganda. 

Variation in the availability and cost of essential medicines for non-communicable diseases in Uganda: a descriptive time-series analysis. 


Lived experiences and technological literacy of heart failure patients and clinicians at a cardiac care centre in Uganda. 

Exploring barriers and facilitators to integrated hypertension-HIV management in Ugandan HIV clinics using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR). 


Assessing Providers’ Approach to Hypertension Management at a Large, Private Hospital in Kampala, Uganda. 

Integrated Hypertension and HIV Care Cascades in an HIV Treatment Program in Eastern Uganda: a retrospective cohort study.  


Exploring patient experiences with and attitudes towards hypertension at a private hospital in Uganda: a qualitative study. 

Self-management of non-communicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries: a scoping review. 


Disparities in availability of essential medicines for non-communicable diseases in Uganda: a cross-sectional Poisson analysis using the 2013 Service Availability and Readiness Assessment. 


Capacity of Ugandan public sector health facilities to prevent and control non-communicable diseases: an assessment based upon WHO-PEN standards. 


Exploring knowledge and attitudes towards non-communicable diseases among village health teams in rural Uganda: a cross-sectional study. 


Towards reframing health service delivery in Uganda: The Uganda Initiative for Integrated Management of Non-Communicable Diseases. 

Noncommunicable diseases in East Africa: Assessing the gaps in care and identifying opportunities for improvement. 


Looking at non-communicable diseases in Uganda through a local lens: An analysis using locally derived data.

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