Barasa E/BMC Health Serv Res
6 results

Management of human resources for health: implications for health systems efficiency in Kenya.Nyawira L, Tsofa B, Musiega A, Munywoki J, Njuguna RG, Hanson K, Mulwa A, Molyneux S, Maina I, Normand C, Jemutai J, Barasa E
BMC Health Serv Res, (2022). 22:1046

Examining the unit costs of COVID-19 vaccine delivery in Kenya.Orangi S, Kairu A, Ngatia A, Ojal J, Barasa E
BMC Health Serv Res, (2022). 22:439

Examining health facility financing in Kenya in the context of devolution.Kairu A, Orangi S, Mbuthia B, Ondera J, Ravishankar N, Barasa E
BMC Health Serv Res, (2021). 21:1086

Indirect health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in Kenya: a mixed methods assessment.Barasa E, Kazungu J, Orangi S, Kabia E, Ogero M, Kasera K
BMC Health Serv Res, (2021). 21:740

A critical analysis of purchasing arrangements in Kenya: the case of micro health insurance.Munge K, Mulupi S, Barasa E, Chuma J
BMC Health Serv Res, (2019). 19:45

"Sometimes it is difficult for us to stand up and change this": an analysis of power within priority-setting for health following devolution in Kenya.McCollum R, Taegtmeyer M, Otiso L, Muturi N, Barasa E, Molyneux S, Martineau T, Theobald S
BMC Health Serv Res, (2018). 18:906