We have a great opportunity to do a better job of connecting real world problems with research capabilities. CUGH has created this online tool to bridge that gap. We are inviting institutions, governments, NGOs and companies to post funded research questions (high- or middle-income nations) or unfunded questions (low-income nations) on this site. Researchers interested in doing this work, especially those working on their Masters or PhD degrees are encouraged to contact the person listed in requests posted here.
Browse the questions:
What is the quality of TB care for children in Afghanistan? During 2019, the child TB cases was 21.7% of all TB cases notified in Afghanistan. This proportion is even up to 48% in some provinces like Nangerhar. The global range for child TB is 5-15% of all TB cases reported. This challenge has bee existed in Afghanistan for the past three years. There has not been any study in this regards. The aims is to ensure the quality of TB care and that not body is put on TB medicine unnecessarily.
The interested individuals and institutions can reach me through firstname.lastname@example.org or +93797261407.
What are the underlying cause of higher proportion of notified TB cases among women than men in Afghanistan. Afghanistan is the only country that reported higher proportion of TB among women than men during the past decade. Contrary to the rests of the world, Afghanistan has been reporting over 58% of reported TB cases among women. This question has not been funded and I would like to find fund to find answer to this queston.
The interested individuals and institutions can reach me through email@example.com or +93797261407
What strategies are most effective to integrate palliative care into health systems in fragile states?
Interested individuals should contact Liz.Grant@ed.ac.uk
Developmental motor outcomes in Malawian infants with Hydrocephalus undergoing Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy (ETV) and Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Placement (VSP).
Interested individuals or organizations should contact firstname.lastname@example.org