• Learning to think critically about health using digital technology in Ugandan lower secondary schools: A contextual analysis 

      Ssenyonga, Ronald; Sewankambo, Nelson K.; Mugagga, Solomon Kevin; Nakyejwe, Esther; Chesire, Faith; Mugisha, Michael; Nsangi, Allen; Semakula, Daniel; Oxman, Matt; Nyirazinyoye, Laetitia; Lewin, Simon; Kaseje, Margaret; Oxman, Andrew David; Rosenbaum, Sarah Ellen (PLOS ONE;2022, 17 (2), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-02)
      Introduction: The world is awash with claims about the effects of health interventions. Many of these claims are untrustworthy because the bases are unreliable. Acting on unreliable claims can lead to waste of resources ...
    • Teaching critical thinking about health using digital technology in lower secondary schools in Rwanda: A qualitative context analysis 

      Mugisha, Michael; Uwitonze, Anne-Marie; Chesire, Faith; Senyonga, Ronald; Oxman, Matt; Nsangi, Allen; Semakula, Daniel; Kaseje, Margaret; Lewin, Simon Arnold; Sewankambo, Nelson; Nyirazinyoye, Laetitia; Oxman, Andrew David; Rosenbaum, Sarah Ellen (PLOS ONE;16(3): e0248773, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-22)
      Introduction: Adolescents encounter misleading claims about health interventions that can affect their health. Young people need to develop critical thinking skills to enable them to verify health claims and make informed ...