English M/Arch Dis Child
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World Health Organization and knowledge translation in maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health and nutrition.Stage, Duke T, AlBuhairan FS, Agarwal K, Arora NK, Arulkumaran S, Bhutta ZA, Binka F, Castro A, Claeson M, Dao B, Darmstadt GL, English M, Jardali F, Merson M, Ferrand RA, Golden A, Golden MH, Homer C, Jehan F, Kabiru CW, Kirkwood B, Lawn JE, Li S, Patton GC, Ruel M, Sandall J, Sachdev HS, Tomlinson M, Waiswa P, Walker D, Zlotkin S
Arch Dis Child, (2022). 107:644-649

How to do no harm: empowering local leaders to make care safer in low-resource settings.Vincent CA, Mboga M, Gathara D, Were F, Amalberti R, English M
Arch Dis Child, (2021). 106:333-337

First do no harm: practitioners' ability to 'diagnose' system weaknesses and improve safety is a critical initial step in improving care quality.English M, Ogola M, Aluvaala J, Gicheha E, Irimu G, McKnight J, Vincent CA
Arch Dis Child, (2021). 106:326-332

Prediction modelling of inpatient neonatal mortality in high-mortality settings.Aluvaala J, Collins G, Maina B, Mutinda C, Waiyego M, Berkley JA, English M
Arch Dis Child, (2020). 106:449-54

The paediatrician workforce and its role in addressing neonatal, child and adolescent healthcare in Kenya.English M, Strachan B, Esamai F, Ngwiri T, Warfa O, Mburugu P, Nalwa G, Gitaka J, Ngugi J, Zhao Y, Ouma P, Were F
Arch Dis Child, (2020). 105:927-931

Paediatric care in the time of COVID-19 in countries with under-resourced healthcare systems.Duke T, English M, Carai S, Qazi S
Arch Dis Child, (2020). 105:616-617

Examining which clinicians provide admission hospital care in a high mortality setting and their adherence to guidelines: an observational study in 13 hospitals.Ogero M, Akech S, Malla L, Agweyu A, Irimu G, English M, Clinical Information Network Author Group
Arch Dis Child, (2020). 105:648-654

Approaching quality improvement at scale: a learning health system approach in Kenya.Irimu G, Ogero M, Mbevi G, Agweyu A, Akech S, Julius T, Nyamai R, Githang'a D, Ayieko P, English M, Clinical Information Network Authors Group
Arch Dis Child, (2018). 103:1013-1019

Developing guidelines in low-income and middle-income countries: lessons from Kenya.English M, Irimu G, Nyamai R, Were F, Garner P, Opiyo N
Arch Dis Child, (2017). 102:846-851

Enhancing emergency care in low-income countries using mobile technology-based training tools.Edgcombe H, Paton C, English M
Arch Dis Child, (2016). 101:1149-1152

Does pulse oximeter use impact health outcomes? A systematic review.Enoch AJ, English M, Shepperd S
Arch Dis Child, (2016). 101:694-700

Characteristics of admissions and variations in the use of basic investigations, treatments and outcomes in Kenyan hospitals within a new Clinical Information Network.Ayieko P, Ogero M, Makone B, Julius T, Mbevi G, Nyachiro W, Nyamai R, Were F, Githanga D, Irimu G, English M, Clinical Information Network authors
Arch Dis Child, (2016). 101:223-9

Millennium Development Goals progress: a perspective from sub-Saharan Africa.English M, English R, English A
Arch Dis Child, (2015). 100 Suppl 1:S57-8

Assessment of neonatal care in clinical training facilities in Kenya.Aluvaala J, Nyamai R, Were F, Wasunna A, Kosgei R, Karumbi J, Gathara D, English M, SIRCLE/Ministry of Health Hospital Survey Group
Arch Dis Child, (2015). 100:42-7

Knowledge and skills retention following Emergency Triage, Assessment and Treatment plus Admission course for final year medical students in Rwanda: a longitudinal cohort study.Tuyisenge L, Kyamanya P, Van Steirteghem S, Becker M, English M, Lissauer T
Arch Dis Child, (2014). 99:993-7

Adoption of recommended practices and basic technologies in a low-income setting.English M, Gathara D, Mwinga S, Ayieko P, Opondo C, Aluvaala J, Kihuba E, Mwaniki P, Were F, Irimu G, Wasunna A, Mogoa W, Nyamai R
Arch Dis Child, (2014). 99:452-6

Evidence review of hydroxyurea for the prevention of sickle cell complications in low-income countries.Mulaku M, Opiyo N, Karumbi J, Kitonyi G, Thoithi G, English M
Arch Dis Child, (2013). 98:908-14

Implementing locally appropriate guidelines and training to improve care of serious illness in Kenyan hospitals: a story of scaling-up (and down and left and right).English M, Wamae A, Nyamai R, Bevins B, Irimu G
Arch Dis Child, (2011). 96:285-90

What clinical signs best identify severe illness in young infants aged 0-59 days in developing countries? A systematic review.Opiyo N, English M
Arch Dis Child, (2011). 96:1052-9

Developing and introducing evidence based clinical practice guidelines for serious illness in Kenya.Irimu G, Wamae A, Wasunna A, Were F, Ntoburi S, Opiyo N, Ayieko P, Peshu N, English M
Arch Dis Child, (2008). 93:799-804