Marina Haque

Marina Haque
University of Michigan | U-M · Department of Health Management & Policy

BS MPH MD

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August 2011 - May 2020
University of Michigan
Position
  • Medical and Public Health Student

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Publications (9)
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Background: Few studies have assessed depression amongst Pakistani women, particularly in more upscale communities where many traditional risk factors for depression and associated treatment are greatly reduced. Therefore, this study sought to examine depression prevalence in a highly developed sector of Islamabad, factors associated with depressio...
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Pakistan has long held one of the highest rates in the world for mother and child mortality, albeit the leading causes of death are largely preventable. Unlike many other low and middle-income countries (LMIC), however, limited research has been conducted within conflict-ridden LMIC like Pakistan on health-seeking behavior. Even less is known about...
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Multiple barriers exist to prescribing and accessing medication-assisted therapy (MAT) for opioid use disorder; these disparities are even higher in cities like Detroit. In order to analyze the barriers to prescribing MAT in Detroit, particularly Buprenorphine/Naloxone, a semi-structured questionnaire was developed. From February to April 2019, 18...
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Multiple barriers exist to prescribing and accessing medication-assisted therapy (MAT) for opioid use disorder; these disparities are even higher in cities like Detroit. In order to analyze the barriers to prescribing MAT in Detroit, particularly Buprenorphine/Naloxone, a semi-structured questionnaire was developed. From February to April 2019, 18...
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Introduction: Tens of thousands of patients die of major life-threatening bleeds every year while taking direct factor Xa inhibitors, a class of anticoagulant medications that until now had no reversal agent. In May 2018, the US Food and Drug Administration approved andexanet alfa (Andexxa), the first known reversal agent for a subset of direct fac...
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Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is an effective intervention used to treat opioid use disorder. Patients are often unable to access MAT, however, due to many legal, financial, and cultural barriers. Buprenorphine is a safe, evidence-based, and cost-effective form of MAT that can be accessed in the primary care setting, diminishing the need for...
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As electronic health records (EHRs) become increasingly prevalent in healthcare, more can be done to optimize its utilization to serve patients' needs. One major opportunity to improve comes in the form of better integrating nutritional documentation into the clinical workflow through EHRs. Numerous research studies worldwide have shown the substan...
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With the advancement of technology and professionalism, the state of modern conflict and warfare has changed in the past fifty years. Whereas in older conflicts like World War I where soldiers accounted for about 95% of victims, in many modern day conflicts, non-combatant civilians account for the vast majority of victims, being displaced, assaulte...

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