Molyneux S


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Producing routine malaria data: an exploration of the micro-practices and processes shaping routine malaria data quality in frontline health facilities in Kenya.Okello G, Molyneux S, Zakayo S, Gerrets R, Jones C
Malar J, (2019). 18:420

Commentary 1: Sharing and Responding to Day-to-Day Ethics Challenges in Health Research.Molyneux S, Marsh V
J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics, (2019). 14:513-515

'Gender is not even a side issue...it's a non-issue': career trajectories and experiences from the perspective of male and female healthcare managers in Kenya.Muraya KW, Govender V, Mbachu C, Uguru NP, Molyneux S
Health Policy Plan, (2019). 34:249-256

A realist review of community engagement with health research.Adhikari B, Vincent R, Wong G, Duddy C, Richardson E, Lavery JV, Molyneux S
Wellcome Open Res, (2019). 4:87

Who should decide about children's and adolescents' participation in health research? The views of children and adults in rural Kenya.Marsh V, Mwangome N, Jao I, Wright K, Molyneux S, Davies A
BMC Med Ethics, (2019). 20:41

Managing health research capacity strengthening consortia: a systematised review of the published literature.Tagoe N, Molyneux S, Pulford J, Murunga VI, Kinyanjui S
BMJ Glob Health, (2019). 4:e001318

Intersectionality and global health leadership: parity is not enough.Zeinali Z, Muraya K, Govender V, Molyneux S, Morgan R
Hum Resour Health, (2019). 17:29

Evolution of a programme to engage school students with health research and science in Kenya.Davies A, Mwangome N, Yeri B, Mwango G, Mumba N, Marsh V, Kamuya D, Molyneux S, Kinyanjui S, Jones C
Wellcome Open Res, (2019). 4:39

Kenyan health stakeholder views on individual consent, general notification and governance processes for the re-use of hospital inpatient data to support learning on healthcare systems.Mbuthia D, Molyneux S, Njue M, Mwalukore S, Marsh V
BMC Med Ethics, (2019). 20:3

'It is an entrustment': Broad consent for genomic research and biobanks in sub-Saharan Africa.Tindana P, Molyneux S, Bull S, Parker M
Dev World Bioeth, (2019). 19:9-17

"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

How do gender and disability influence the ability of the poor to benefit from pro-poor health financing policies in Kenya? An intersectional analysis.Kabia E, Mbau R, Muraya KW, Morgan R, Molyneux S, Barasa E
Int J Equity Health, (2018). 17:149

Leadership experiences and practices of South African health managers: what is the influence of gender? -a qualitative, exploratory study.Shung-King M, Gilson L, Mbachu C, Molyneux S, Muraya KW, Uguru N, Govender V
Int J Equity Health, (2018). 17:148

Accountability mechanisms and the value of relationships: experiences of front-line managers at subnational level in Kenya and South Africa.Nxumalo N, Gilson L, Goudge J, Tsofa B, Cleary S, Barasa E, Molyneux S
BMJ Glob Health, (2018). 3:e000842

Accountability mechanisms for implementing a health financing option: the case of the basic health care provision fund (BHCPF) in Nigeria.Uzochukwu B, Onwujekwe E, Mbachu C, Okeke C, Molyneux S, Gilson L
Int J Equity Health, (2018). 17:100

Examining the Implementation of the Free Maternity Services Policy in Kenya: A Mixed Methods Process Evaluation.Tama E, Molyneux S, Waweru E, Tsofa B, Chuma J, Barasa E
Int J Health Policy Manag, (2018). 7:603-613

Gendered health systems: evidence from low- and middle-income countries.Morgan R, Ayiasi RM, Barman D, Buzuzi S, Ssemugabo C, Ezumah N, George AS, Hawkins K, Hao X, King R, Liu T, Molyneux S, Muraya KW, Musoke D, Nyamhanga T, Ros B, Tani K, Theobald S, Vong S, Waldman L
Health Res Policy Syst, (2018). 16:58

Priority setting for health in the context of devolution in Kenya: implications for health equity and community-based primary care.McCollum R, Theobald S, Otiso L, Martineau T, Karuga R, Barasa E, Molyneux S, Taegtmeyer M
Health Policy Plan, (2018). 33:729-742

Ethical considerations in Controlled Human Malaria Infection studies in low resource settings: Experiences and perceptions of study participants in a malaria Challenge study in Kenya.Njue M, Njuguna P, Kapulu MC, Sanga G, Bejon P, Marsh V, Molyneux S, Kamuya D
Wellcome Open Res, (2018). 3:39

"Every day they keep adding new tools but they don't take any away": Producing indicators for intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in pregnancy (IPTp) from routine data in Kenya.Okello G, Gerrets R, Zakayo S, Molyneux S, Jones C
PLoS One, (2018). 13:e0189699