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Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases - Hypertension Programme Report
Other published work
Health System Facilitators and Barriers to Delivery of Selected Tobacco Cessation Interventions at Healthcare Facilities in Kenya and India
Lancet Stroke Series
Leadership in physical activity: is this the currency of change in the student healthcare curriculum?
Tobacco Atlas 2018
Developing a Clinical Approach to Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Health
Cardiovascular disease in Peruvian settings and populations
Hypertension management with community volunteers in Nepal
Systematic evaluation of PPCM in Nigeria
Emerging Leaders 2017 Seminar Report
CARDIOMAPPS paper on use of evidence-based drugs to prevent CVD
Article about Emerging Leaders in the European Heart Journal
Compliance with Smoke-Free Law in Hospitality Venues in Kampala
Emerging Leaders 2016 Seminar Report
Emerging Leaders 2014 Seminar Report