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14-Feb-2019Geographic and socio-economic variation in markers of indoor air pollution in Nepal: Evidence from nationally-representative dataSaruna Ghimire; Shiva Raj Mishra; Abhishek Sharma; Adugna Siweya; Nipun Shrestha; Bipin Adhikari; Victoria University Melbourne, Institute for Health and Sport; University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Boston University School of Public Health; Mahidol University; Agrata Health and Education (AHEAD)-Nepal; Nepal Development Society; Precision Health Economics
1-Jan-2021Health system preparedness for COVID-19 and its impacts on frontline health care workers in Nepal: A qualitative study among frontline healthcare workers and policymakersNipun Shrestha; Shiva Raj Mishra; Saruna Ghimire; Bishal Gyawali; Sujan Babu Marahatta; Smriti Maskey; Sushila Baral; Nilima Shrestha; Rakesh Yadav; Sunil Pokhrel; Bipin Adhikari; Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University; Miami University; Københavns Universitet; Nuffield Department of Medicine; Nepal Development Society; Nepal Public Health Research and Development Center; Manmohan Memorial Institute of Health Sciences; Nepal Community Health and Development Centre
1-Jan-2019Infographic. Is running associated with a lower risk of all-cause, cardiovascular and cancer mortality, and is more better? A systematic review and meta-analysisZeljko Pedisic; Nipun Shrestha; Jozo Grgic; Stephanie Kovalchik; Emmanuel Stamatakis; Nucharapon Liangruenrom; Sylvia Titze; Stuart Biddle; Adrian E. Bauman; Adam Virgile; Pekka Oja; Victoria University Melbourne, Institute for Health and Sport; The University of Sydney; Karl-Franzens-Universitat Graz; University of Southern Queensland; UKK Institute Finland; Mahidol University; Adam Virgilecom; Faculty of Medicine and Health
1-Jan-2019Is running associated with a lower risk of all-cause, cardiovascular and cancer mortality, and is the more the better? A systematic review and meta-analysisZeljko Pedisic; Nipun Shrestha; Stephanie Kovalchik; Emmanuel Stamatakis; Nucharapon Liangruenrom; Jozo Grgic; Sylvia Titze; Stuart J.H. Biddle; Adrian E. Bauman; Pekka Oja; Victoria University Melbourne, Institute for Health and Sport; The University of Sydney; Karl-Franzens-Universitat Graz; University of Southern Queensland; UKK Institute Finland; Mahidol University