Primus Chi


10 results

'Labouring' on the frontlines of global health research: mapping challenges experienced by frontline workers in Africa and Asia.Nkosi B, Van Nuil JI, Nyirenda D, Chi PC, Schneiders ML
Glob Public Health, (2022). :1-11

"We should be at the table together from the beginning": perspectives on partnership from stakeholders at four research institutions in sub-Saharan Africa.Voller S, Chitalu CM, Nyondo-Mipando AL, Opobo T, Bangirana CA, Thorogood N, Schellenberg J, Chi P
Int J Equity Health, (2022). 21:111

Undertaking Community Engagement for a Controlled Human Malaria Infection Study in Kenya: Approaches and Lessons Learnt.Mumba N, Njuguna P, Chi P, Marsh V, Awuor E, Hamaluba M, Mauncho C, Mwalukore S, Masha J, Mwangoma M, Kalama B, Alphan H, Wambua J, Bejon P, Kamuya D, Kapulu MC
Front Public Health, (2022). 10:793913

Ethical considerations around volunteer payments in a malaria human infection study in Kenya: an embedded empirical ethics study.Chi PC, Owino EA, Jao I, Bejon P, Kapulu M, Marsh V, Kamuya D
BMC Med Ethics, (2022). 23:46

- Barriers and facilitators of and strategies for successful community engagement in infectious disease clinical trials in low‐ and middle‐income countries.Schmidt BM, Späth C, van Pinxteren M, Chi PC, Wiysonge CS, Oliver J, Colvin CJ
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Understanding the benefits and burdens associated with a malaria human infection study in Kenya: experiences of study volunteers and other stakeholders.Chi PC, Owino EA, Jao I, Olewe F, Ogutu B, Bejon P, Kapulu M, Kamuya D, Marsh V, CHMI-SIKA Study Team
Trials, (2021). 22:494

Government regulation of private health insurance.Motaze NV, Chi PC, Ongolo-Zogo P, Ndongo JS, Wiysonge CS
Cochrane Database Syst Rev, (2021). 2:CD011512

Considering the Importance of Context for Ethical Practice on Reimbursement, Compensation and Incentives for Volunteers in Human Infection Controlled Studies.Chi PC, Owino E, Jao I, Marsh V, Kamuya D
Am J Bioeth, (2021). 21:40-42

Equity in aid allocation and distribution: A qualitative study of key stakeholders in Northern Uganda.Chi PC, Bulage P, Ostby G
PLoS One, (2019). 14:e0226612

Predictors of teenage pregnancy among girls aged 13-19 years in Uganda: a community based case-control study.Ochen AM, Chi PC, Lawoko S
BMC Pregnancy Childbirth, (2019). 19:211