Professor Caroline Jones
Professor Caroline Jones is a senior social scientist at the KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kenya. She has a PhD in anthropology (exploring the diet, subsistence activities and perceptions of health among the Yolngu of north east Arnhem Land, Australia) and 20 years of experience working in sub-Saharan Africa on the uptake and provision of health care with attention on malaria. Much of this research has involved initiating and leading social science research projects within broader multidisciplinary public health research programmes. More recently the focus of her research has shifted to critical studies of the development and implementation of public health interventions, employing an ethnographic approach to explore the human, political and technical issues that shape outcomes. A key role in her current position is to contribute to building Kenyan and regional expertise to develop and lead such research.
Establishing exclusive breastfeeding among in-patient malnourished infants in a rural Kenyan hospital: mothers' experiences of a peer supporter intervention.
Kahindi J. et al, (2020), International breastfeeding journal, 15
“I train and mentor, they take them”: A qualitative study of nurses' perspectives of neonatal nursing expertise and its development in Kenyan hospitals
Nyikuri M. et al, (2020), Nursing Open, 7, 711 - 719
Mothers' experiences of exclusive breastfeeding in a postdischarge home setting
Van Ryneveld M. et al, (2020), Maternal & Child Nutrition, e13016 - e13016
Understanding the Role of the Diagnostic 'Reflex' in the Elimination of Human African Trypanosomiasis.
Palmer JJ. et al, (2020), Tropical medicine and infectious disease, 5
Exclusive breastfeeding in first-time mothers in rural Kenya: a longitudinal observational study of feeding patterns in the first six months of life.
Talbert A. et al, (2020), International breastfeeding journal, 15