Omrana Pasha


Affiliation: The Aga Khan University
Country: Pakistan


  1. Pasha O, McClure E, Wright L, Saleem S, Goudar S, Chomba E, et al. A combined community- and facility-based approach to improve pregnancy outcomes in low-resource settings: a Global Network cluster randomized trial. BMC Med. 2013;11:215 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results highlight the critical importance of evaluating outcomes in randomized trials, as interventions that should be effective may not be. NCT01073488. ..
  2. Kamal A, Shaikh Q, Pasha O, Azam I, Islam M, Memon A, et al. Improving medication adherence in stroke patients through Short Text Messages (SMS4Stroke)-study protocol for a randomized, controlled trial. BMC Neurol. 2015;15:157 pubmed publisher
    ..The SMS for Stroke Study will provide evidence for feasibility and effectiveness of SMS in improving post stroke medication adherence in an LMIC setting. 11 /11/2013. ..
  3. Kamal A, Shaikh Q, Pasha O, Azam I, Islam M, Memon A, et al. A randomized controlled behavioral intervention trial to improve medication adherence in adult stroke patients with prescription tailored Short Messaging Service (SMS)-SMS4Stroke study. BMC Neurol. 2015;15:212 pubmed publisher NCT01986023 last accessed at ..
  4. Pasha O, Goldenberg R, McClure E, Saleem S, Goudar S, Althabe F, et al. Communities, birth attendants and health facilities: a continuum of emergency maternal and newborn care (the Global Network's EmONC trial). BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2010;10:82 pubmed publisher NCT01073488. ..
  5. Kerai S, Khan U, Islam M, Asad N, Razzak J, Pasha O. Post-traumatic stress disorder and its predictors in emergency medical service personnel: a cross-sectional study from Karachi, Pakistan. BMC Emerg Med. 2017;17:26 pubmed publisher
    ..These predicting factors can be a potential avenue for interventions to improve the mental health of these frontline workers. ..