Recent publications by Researchers affiliated with the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health
Improving facility-based care: eliciting tacit knowledge to advance intervention design.
English M. et al, (2022), BMJ global health, 7
Essential Emergency and Critical Care: a consensus among global clinical experts
Schell CO. et al, (2021), BMJ Global Health, 6, e006585 - e006585
Employing learning health system principles to advance research on severe neonatal and paediatric illness in Kenya.
English M. et al, (2021), BMJ global health, 6
Improving case detection of tuberculosis in hospitalised Kenyan children-employing the behaviour change wheel to aid intervention design and implementation.
Oliwa JN. et al, (2020), Implementation science : IS, 15
Perspectives and practices of health workers around diagnosis of paediatric tuberculosis in hospitals in a resource-poor setting - modern diagnostics meet age-old challenges.
Oliwa JN. et al, (2020), BMC health services research, 20
Variability in the use of pulse oximeters with children in Kenyan hospitals: A mixed-methods analysis
Enoch AJ. et al, (2019), PLOS Medicine, 16, e1002987 - e1002987
Effective training-of-trainers model for the introduction of continuous positive airway pressure for neonatal and paediatric patients in Kenya.
Olayo B. et al, (2019), Paediatrics and international child health, 39, 193 - 200
Effect of enhancing audit and feedback on uptake of childhood pneumonia treatment policy in hospitals that are part of a clinical network: a cluster randomized trial.
Ayieko P. et al, (2019), Implementation science : IS, 14
Variability in distribution and use of tuberculosis diagnostic tests in Kenya: a cross-sectional survey
Oliwa JN. et al, (2018), BMC Infectious Diseases, 18
An observational study of monitoring of vital signs in children admitted to Kenyan hospitals: an insight into the quality of nursing care?
Ogero M. et al, (2018), Journal of Global Health, 8
Comparable outcomes among trial and nontrial participants in a clinical trial of antibiotics for childhood pneumonia: a retrospective cohort study
Agweyu A. et al, (2018), Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 94, 1 - 7
Does audit and feedback improve the adoption of recommended practices? Evidence from a longitudinal observational study of an emerging clinical network in Kenya
Gachau S. et al, (2017), BMJ Global Health, 2, e000468 - e000468
Vaccines to prevent pneumonia in children - a developing country perspective.
Oliwa JN. and Marais BJ., (2017), Paediatric respiratory reviews, 22, 23 - 30
Blood Transfusion Delay and Outcome in County Hospitals in Kenya
Thomas J. et al, (2017), The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 96, 511 - 517
Building Learning Health Systems to Accelerate Research and Improve Outcomes of Clinical Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
English M. et al, (2016), PLOS Medicine, 13, e1001991 - e1001991
Better Outcomes through Learning, Data, Engagement, and Research (BOLDER) - a system for improving evidence and clinical practice in low and middle income countries.
BOLDER Research Group None., (2016), F1000Research, 5
Oral Amoxicillin Versus Benzyl Penicillin for Severe Pneumonia Among Kenyan Children: A Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Noninferiority Trial
Agweyu A. et al, (2015), Clinical Infectious Diseases, 60, 1216 - 1224
Tuberculosis as a cause or comorbidity of childhood pneumonia in tuberculosis-endemic areas: a systematic review.
Oliwa JN. et al, (2015), The Lancet. Respiratory medicine, 3, 235 - 243