• Randomised Controlled Trials: how to do them in MSF

      McConnell, Rebecca; Roll, Stephanie; van der Kam, Saskia; Shanks, Leslie; Venis, Sarah; du Cros, Philipp; Siddiqui, Ruby; Greig, Jane; Manson Unit, MSF UK (2012-02)
    • Retrospective mortality survey in the MSF catchment area in Mayendit county, Unity State, South Sudan

      Pijnacker, Roan; Siddiqui, M Ruby; Rolfes, Elisabeth; Liddle, Karin Fisscher; Dada, Martins; Majok, Chap; MSF-OCA (2018-07)
      OBJECTIVES 2.1. PRIMARY OBJECTIVES  To estimate retrospectively the crude mortality rate for the total population and for children under five years of age in the MSF catchment area 2.2. SECONDARY OBJECTIVES  To describe the population surveyed by sex and age  To measure crude mortality rate for the total population and for children under five years of age  To obtain an indication of the major causes of death, as well as the age and sex distribution of the deceased  To determine the rate of severe and global acute malnutrition in 6-59 month olds;  To identify the most prevalent morbidities in the population in the two weeks preceding the survey;  To gain knowledge of violence-related events
    • STROBE Guidelines

      Unknown author (2009-06)
    • Study Concept Paper Template

      MSF (2017-08-21)
      This is a simple template to highlight the issues to be addressed when developing a research question.
    • Utilization and acceptance of services for survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence: Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Perceptions (KAP) in MSF catchment areas in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

      Verputten, Meggy; Siddiqui, Ruby; Gray, Nell; Casimir, Carl-Frederic; Finaldi, Pasquale; Tolboom, Bianca; Lekkerkerker, Michiel; Lokuge, Kamalini; Stringer, Beverly; Ariti, Cono; Stoeckl, Heidi; Pierre, Grand; Dely, Patrick; MSF-OCA (2018-07)
      2 Research question and objectives 2.1 Research question To identify factors that could improve SGBV service utilisation and acceptance amongst MSF’s catchment population in Port-au-Prince, Haiti 2.2 Primary objective To understand how to improve utilization of SGBV services for the population in MSF catchment area Port-au-Prince, Haiti 2.3 Specific objectives 1. To understand community knowledge related to SGBV, including its causes, consequences, treatment and services 2. To understand attitudes towards SGBV 3. To explore practices related to SGBV care seeking pathways, including barriers and enablers affecting service access and uptake 4. To understand which strategies/activities people consider would be effective in improving uptake of SGBV services 5. To understand which strategies/activities people consider would be effective in preventing SGBV