C M Pirkle

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Publications

  1. pmc NGO-provided free HIV treatment and services in Burkina Faso: scarcity, therapeutic rationality and unfair process
    Valery Ridde
    Research Centre of the University of Montreal Hospital Centre CRCHUM, 3875 rue Saint Urbain, Montreal, Quebec, H2W 1V1, Canada
    Int J Equity Health 11:11. 2012
  2. ncbi request reprint Female sex workers in China: vectors of disease?
    Catherine Pirkle
    Unité de santé internationale, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Sex Transm Dis 34:695-703. 2007
  3. doi request reprint Impact of a modified directly administered antiretroviral treatment intervention on virological outcome in HIV-infected patients treated in Burkina Faso and Mali
    C M Pirkle
    Unité de santé internationale, Centre de recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
    HIV Med 10:152-6. 2009
  4. doi request reprint Emergency obstetrical complications in a rural African setting (Kayes, Mali): the link between travel time and in-hospital maternal mortality
    Catherine McLean Pirkle
    Unité de santé internationale, Centre de recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l Universite de Montreal, Édifice Saint Urbain 3875 rue Saint Urbain 5ième étage, Montreal, QC, H2W 1V1, Canada
    Matern Child Health J 15:1081-7. 2011
  5. doi request reprint Socio-demographic correlates of late treatment initiation in a cohort of patients starting antiretroviral treatment in Mali, West Africa
    C M Pirkle
    School of Public Health, Universite de Montreal, QC, Canada
    AIDS Care 23:1425-9. 2011

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Publications5

  1. pmc NGO-provided free HIV treatment and services in Burkina Faso: scarcity, therapeutic rationality and unfair process
    Valery Ridde
    Research Centre of the University of Montreal Hospital Centre CRCHUM, 3875 rue Saint Urbain, Montreal, Quebec, H2W 1V1, Canada
    Int J Equity Health 11:11. 2012
    ..Amid growing concerns of an international funding retreat for ART, it is important to learn from the past in order to better manage the potentially inequitable consequences of ART scarcity...
  2. ncbi request reprint Female sex workers in China: vectors of disease?
    Catherine Pirkle
    Unité de santé internationale, Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Sex Transm Dis 34:695-703. 2007
    ..To analyze the extent by which Chinese female sex workers (FSWs) serve as vectors of HIV/AIDS to an otherwise spared general population and to describe the implications of centering efforts solely on this high-risk group...
  3. doi request reprint Impact of a modified directly administered antiretroviral treatment intervention on virological outcome in HIV-infected patients treated in Burkina Faso and Mali
    C M Pirkle
    Unité de santé internationale, Centre de recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada
    HIV Med 10:152-6. 2009
    ..It was hypothesized that high plasma viral loads (pVLs) (>/=500 HIV-1 RNA copies/mL) were the result of poor antiretroviral therapy adherence and amenable to improvement with adherence assistance...
  4. doi request reprint Emergency obstetrical complications in a rural African setting (Kayes, Mali): the link between travel time and in-hospital maternal mortality
    Catherine McLean Pirkle
    Unité de santé internationale, Centre de recherche du Centre Hospitalier de l Universite de Montreal, Édifice Saint Urbain 3875 rue Saint Urbain 5ième étage, Montreal, QC, H2W 1V1, Canada
    Matern Child Health J 15:1081-7. 2011
    ..Poor spatial access contributes to maternal mortality even in women who reach a health facility. Improving spatial access will help women arrive at the hospital in time to be treated effectively...
  5. doi request reprint Socio-demographic correlates of late treatment initiation in a cohort of patients starting antiretroviral treatment in Mali, West Africa
    C M Pirkle
    School of Public Health, Universite de Montreal, QC, Canada
    AIDS Care 23:1425-9. 2011
    ..Unmarried men and uneducated women were significantly more likely to initiate treatment late. Programs need to target unmarried men while being cognizant that uneducated women are arriving late as well...