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1. Mental health and well-being of children in the Philippine setting during the COVID-19 pandemic.
2. Enhanced health facility surveys to support malaria control and elimination across different transmission settings in The Philippines.
3. Strengths and weaknesses of digital diaries as a means to study patient pathways: Experiences with a study of hypertension in the Philippines.
4. Cost-effectiveness of rotavirus vaccination in the Philippines: A modeling study.
5. If not COVID-19 what is it? Analysis of COVID-19 versus common respiratory viruses among symptomatic health care workers in a tertiary infectious disease referral hospital in Manila, Philippines.

1. Nasa dugo ('It's in the blood'): Lay conceptions of hypertension in the Philippines.
2. Patterns and predictors of co-morbidities in Tuberculosis: A cross-sectional study in the Philippines.
3. Comparison of commercial ELISA Kits to confirm the absence of transmission in malaria elimination settings.

1. Medical populism and immunisation programmes: Illustrative examples and consequences for public health.

1. Use of mobile technology-based participatory mapping approaches to geolocate health facility attendees for disease surveillance in low resource settings.
2. Exposure and infection to Plasmodium knowlesi in case study communities in Northern Sabah, Malaysia and Palawan, The Philippines.
3. Responsive and Equitable Health Systems-Partnership on Non-Communicable Diseases (RESPOND) study: A mixed-methods, longitudinal, observational study on treatment seeking for hypertension in Malaysia and the Philippines.

1. Cancer-survival differences between South Asians and non-South Asians of England in 1986-2004, accounting for age at diagnosis and deprivation.

1. Supporting local planning and budgeting for maternal, neonatal and child health in the Philippines.

1. Emerging infectious diseases in southeast Asia: Regional challenges to control.

1. Internationally recruited nurses from India and the Philippines in the United Kingdom: the decision to emigrate.
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