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Stress accelerates neural degeneration and exaggerates motor symptoms in a rat model of Parkinson's disease
LK Smith, NM Jadavji, KL Colwell, S Katrina Perehudoff, GA Metz
European Journal of Neuroscience 27 (8), 2133-2146, 2008
1372008
Evaluation of clinical pharmacist recommendations in the geriatric ward of a Belgian university hospital
A Somers, H Robays, P De Paepe, G Van Maele, K Perehudoff, ...
Clinical interventions in aging, 703-709, 2013
1272013
Access to essential medicines in national constitutions
SK Perehudoff, RO Laing, HV Hogerzeil
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 88, 800-800, 2010
532010
An intersectional human rights approach to prioritising access to COVID-19 vaccines
S Sekalala, K Perehudoff, M Parker, L Forman, B Rawson, M Smith
BMJ global health 6 (2), e004462, 2021
362021
Incident adverse drug reactions in geriatric inpatients: a multicentred observational study
A Lavan, J Eustace, D Dahly, E Flanagan, P Gallagher, S Cullinane, ...
Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety 9 (1), 13-23, 2018
332018
Essential medicines in national constitutions: Progress since 2008
SK Perehudoff, B Toebes, H Hogerzeil
Health and human rights 18 (1), 141, 2016
322016
vaccines [Internet]
WHO Covid
Available on: https://www. who. int/emerg encies/disea ses/novel‑coron …, 19
30*19
Global survey of national constitutions: mapping constitutional commitments to sexual and reproductive health and rights
LB Pizzarossa, K Perehudoff
Health and human rights 19 (2), 279, 2017
282017
Decolonizing health governance: A Uganda case study on the influence of political history on community participation
M Mulumba, AL Ruano, K Perehudoff, G Ooms
Health and Human Rights 23 (1), 259, 2021
262021
A pandemic treaty for equitable global access to medical countermeasures: seven recommendations for sharing intellectual property, know-how and technology
K Perehudoff, E Hoen, K Mara, T Balasubramaniam, F Abbott, B Baker, ...
BMJ Global Health 7 (7), e009709, 2022
252022
Universal cervical cancer control through a right to health lens: refocusing national policy and programmes on underserved women
K Perehudoff, H Vermandere, A Williams, S Bautista-Arredondo, ...
BMC international health and human rights 20, 1-9, 2020
252020
Access to essential medicines in 195 countries: A human rights approach to sustainable development
SK Perehudoff, NV Alexandrov, HV Hogerzeil
Global public health 14 (3), 431-444, 2019
252019
Realising the right to sexual and reproductive health: access to essential medicines for medical abortion as a core obligation
K Perehudoff, L Berro Pizzarossa, J Stekelenburg
BMC international health and human rights 18, 1-7, 2018
252018
A human rights-based approach to the reimbursement of expensive medicines
K Perehudoff, B Toebes, H Hogerzeil
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 94 (12), 935, 2016
222016
Universal access to essential medicines as part of the right to health: a cross-national comparison of national laws, medicines policies, and health system indicators
K Perehudoff
Global health action 13 (1), 1699342, 2020
212020
The right to health as the basis for universal health coverage: A cross-national analysis of national medicines policies of 71 countries
SK Perehudoff, NV Alexandrov, HV Hogerzeil
PLoS One 14 (6), e0215577, 2019
212019
How the Uruguayan judiciary shapes access to high-priced medicines: A critique through the right to health lens
LB Pizzarossa, K Perehudoff, JC Forte
Health and human rights 20 (1), 93, 2018
192018
Legislating for universal access to medicines: a rights-based cross-national comparison of UHC laws in 16 countries
SK Perehudoff, NV Alexandrov, HV Hogerzeil
Health Policy and Planning 34 (Supplement_3), iii48-iii57, 2019
182019
The patient & consumer voice and pharmaceutical industry sponsorship
SK Perehudoff, TL Alves
Health Action International, 2011
172011
Health, essential medicines, human rights & national constitutions
SK Perehudoff
World Health Organization, 2008
162008
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