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Tafadzwa Dzinamarira
Tafadzwa Dzinamarira
Country Director, ICAP, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University
E-mail megerősítve itt: cumc.columbia.edu - Kezdőlap
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COVID-19 risk factors among health workers: a rapid review
M Mhango, M Dzobo, I Chitungo, T Dzinamarira
Safety and health at work 11 (3), 262-265, 2020
2812020
COVID-19 vaccine roll-out in South Africa and Zimbabwe: urgent need to address community preparedness, fears and hesitancy
T Dzinamarira, B Nachipo, B Phiri, G Musuka
Vaccines 9 (3), 250, 2021
1822021
COVID-19: unpacking the low number of cases in Africa
I Chitungo, M Dzobo, M Hlongwa, T Dzinamarira
Public Health in Practice 1, 100038, 2020
1222020
COVID‐19: A perspective on Africa's capacity and response
T Dzinamarira, M Dzobo, I Chitungo
Journal of medical virology 92 (11), 2465-2472, 2020
1222020
COVID-19: a perspective for lifting lockdown in Zimbabwe
M Dzobo, I Chitungo, T Dzinamarira
The Pan African Medical Journal 35 (Suppl 2), 2020
1012020
COVID-19 lockdowns: impact on facility-based HIV testing and the case for the scaling up of home-based testing services in sub-Saharan Africa
M Mhango, I Chitungo, T Dzinamarira
AIDS and Behavior 24, 3014-3016, 2020
842020
Utility of telemedicine in sub‐Saharan Africa during the COVID‐19 pandemic. A rapid review
I Chitungo, M Mhango, E Mbunge, M Dzobo, G Musuka, T Dzinamarira
Human behavior and emerging technologies 3 (5), 843-853, 2021
762021
COVID-19 prevalence among healthcare workers. A systematic review and meta-analysis
T Dzinamarira, G Murewanhema, M Mhango, PG Iradukunda, I Chitungo, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 19 (1), 146, 2021
622021
Knowledge, attitude, and practice towards COVID-19 among people living with HIV/AIDS in Kigali, Rwanda
PG Iradukunda, G Pierre, V Muhozi, K Denhere, T Dzinamarira
Journal of community health 46 (2), 245-250, 2021
532021
Risk factors for COVID-19 infection among healthcare workers. A first report from a living systematic review and meta-analysis
T Dzinamarira, SJ Nkambule, M Hlongwa, M Mhango, PG Iradukunda, ...
Safety and Health at Work 13 (3), 263-268, 2022
512022
Emerging technologies and COVID-19 digital vaccination certificates and passports
E Mbunge, T Dzinamarira, SG Fashoto, J Batani
Public Health in Practice 2, 2021
502021
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) response in Zimbabwe: a call for urgent scale-up of testing to meet national capacity
T Dzinamarira, S Mukwenha, R Eghtessadi, DF Cuadros, G Mhlanga, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 72 (10), e667-e674, 2021
452021
Maintaining robust HIV and tuberculosis services in the COVID-19 era: A public health dilemma in Zimbabwe
S Mukwenha, T Dzinamarira, O Mugurungi, G Musuka
International Journal of Infectious Diseases 100, 394-395, 2020
432020
Commentary on COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in sub-Saharan Africa
S Kabakama, ET Konje, JN Dinga, C Kishamawe, I Morhason-Bello, ...
Tropical medicine and infectious disease 7 (7), 130, 2022
422022
Attendance to HIV antiretroviral collection clinic appointments during COVID-19 lockdown. A single center study in Kigali, Rwanda
G Pierre, A Uwineza, T Dzinamarira
AIDS and Behavior 24, 3299-3301, 2020
422020
HIV self-testing in Rwanda: awareness and acceptability among male clinic attendees in Kigali, Rwanda: A cross-sectional survey
T Dzinamarira, CM Muvunyi, C Kamanzi, TP Mashamba-Thompson
Heliyon 6 (3), 2020
362020
Risk factors for COVID-19 among healthcare workers. A protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis
T Dzinamarira, M Mhango, M Dzobo, B Ngara, I Chitungo, P Makanda, ...
Plos one 16 (5), e0250958, 2021
332021
HIV and adolescent girls and young women in sub‐Saharan Africa: A call for expedited action to reduce new infections
G Murewanhema, G Musuka, P Moyo, E Moyo, T Dzinamarira
IJID regions 5, 30-32, 2022
312022
The landscape of COVID-19 vaccination in Zimbabwe: a narrative review and analysis of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the programme
G Murewanhema, G Musuka, K Denhere, I Chingombe, MP Mapingure, ...
Vaccines 10 (2), 262, 2022
282022
Brain drain: An ever-present; significant challenge to the Zimbabwean public health sector
T Dzinamarira, G Musuka
Public Health in Practice 2, 100086, 2021
282021
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