Kui Muraya


23 results

Treatment-seeking and recovery among young undernourished children post-hospital discharge in Bangladesh: A qualitative study.Uddin MF, Molyneux S, Muraya K, Jemutai J, Berkley JA, Walson JL, Hossain MA, Islam MA, Zakayo SM, Njeru RW, Ahmed T, Chisti MJ, Sarma H
PLoS One, (2022). 17:e0274996

Gender Quotas, the ‘Two-Thirds Gender Rule’ and Health Leadership: The Case of Kenya.Muraya K
Women and Global Health Leadership: Power and Transformation, (2022). :85-94

The hidden financial burden of healthcare: a systematic literature review of informal payments in Sub-Saharan Africa.Kabia E, Goodman C, Balabanova D, Muraya K, Molyneux S, Barasa E
Wellcome Open Res, (2021). 6:297

Strengthening the role of community health workers in supporting the recovery of ill, undernourished children post hospital discharge: qualitative insights from key stakeholders in Bangladesh and Kenya.Njeru RW, Uddin MF, Zakayo SM, Sanga G, Charo A, Islam MA, Hossain MA, Kimani M, Mwadhi MK, Ogutu M, Chisti MJ, Ahmed T, Walson JL, Berkley JA, Jones C, Theobald S, Muraya K, Sarma H, Molyneux S
BMC Health Serv Res, (2021). 21:1234

Model for developing context-sensitive responses to vulnerability in research: managing ethical dilemmas faced by frontline research staff in Kenya.Molyneux S, Sukhtankar P, Thitiri J, Njeru R, Muraya K, Sanga G, Walson JL, Berkley J, Kelley M, Marsh V
BMJ Glob Health, (2021). 6:

Addressing power asymmetries in global health: Imperatives in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.Abimbola S, Asthana S, Montenegro C, Guinto RR, Jumbam DT, Louskieter L, Kabubei KM, Munshi S, Muraya K, Okumu F, Saha S, Saluja D, Pai M
PLoS Med, (2021). 18:e1003604

Gender-related influences on adherence to advice and treatment-seeking guidance for infants and young children post-hospital discharge in Bangladesh.Uddin MF, Molyneux S, Muraya K, Hossain MA, Islam MA, Shahid ASMSB, Zakayo SM, Njeru RW, Jemutai J, Berkley JA, Walson JL, Ahmed T, Sarma H, Chisti MJ
Int J Equity Health, (2021). 20:64

The Use of Intersectional Analysis in Assessing Women's Leadership Progress in the Health Workforce in LMICs: A Review.Zeinali Z, Muraya K, Molyneux S, Morgan R
Int J Health Policy Manag, (2021). :

Applying a gender lens to understand pathways through care for acutely ill young children in Kenyan urban informal settlements.Muraya K, Ogutu M, Mwadhi M, Mikusa J, Okinyi M, Magawi C, Zakayo S, Njeru R, Haribondhu S, Uddin MF, Marsh V, Walson JL, Berkley J, Molyneux S
Int J Equity Health, (2021). 20:17

A patchwork approach to gender equality weakens the SDGs: time for cross-cutting action.Morgan R, Dhatt R, Kharel C, Muraya K
Glob Health Promot, (2020). 27:3-5

Vulnerability and agency across treatment-seeking journeys for acutely ill children: how family members navigate complex healthcare before, during and after hospitalisation in a rural Kenyan setting.Zakayo SM, Njeru RW, Sanga G, Kimani MN, Charo A, Muraya K, Sarma H, Uddin MF, Berkley JA, Walson JL, Kelley M, Marsh V, Molyneux S
Int J Equity Health, (2020). 19:136

Racism, the public health crisis we can no longer ignore.Devakumar D, Selvarajah S, Shannon G, Muraya K, Lasoye S, Corona S, Paradies Y, Abubakar I, Achiume ET
Lancet, (2020). 395:e112-e113

An appeal for practical social justice in the COVID-19 global response in low-income and middle-income countries.Kelley M, Ferrand RA, Muraya K, Chigudu S, Molyneux S, Pai M, Barasa E
Lancet Glob Health, (2020). 8:e888-e889

'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

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

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

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

The role of women's leadership and gender equity in leadership and health system strengthening.Dhatt R, Theobald S, Buzuzi S, Ros B, Vong S, Muraya K, Molyneux S, Hawkins K, Gonzalez-Beiras C, Ronsin K, Lichtenstein D, Wilkins K, Thompson K, Davis K, Jackson C
Glob Health Epidemiol Genom, (2017). 2:e8

"If it's issues to do with nutrition...I can decide...": gendered decision-making in joining community-based child nutrition interventions within rural coastal Kenya.Muraya KW, Jones C, Berkley JA, Molyneux S
Health Policy Plan, (2017). 32:v31-v39