PROF. IRIMU GRACE W. PUBLICATIONS
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  1. Building Learning Health Systems to Accelerate Research and Improve Outcomes of Clinical Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries\
  2. Characteristics of admissions and variations in the use of basic investigations, treatments and outcomes in Kenyan hospitals within a new Clinical Information Network.
  3. Explaining the uptake of paediatric guidelines in a Kenyan tertiary hospital--mixed methods research.
  4. Factors influencing performance of health workers in the management of seriously sick children at a Kenyan tertiary hospital--participatory action research.
  5. Adoption of recommended practices and basic technologies in a low-income setting
  6. Rotavirus G and P types circulating in the eastern region of Kenya: predominance of G9 and emergence of G12 genotypes.
  7. Hospital outcomes for paediatric pneumonia and diarrhoea patients admitted in a tertiary hospital on weekdays versus weekends: a retrospective study.
  8. Performance of health workers in the management of seriously sick children at a Kenyan tertiary hospital: before and after a training intervention.
  9. Explaining the effects of a multifaceted intervention to improve inpatient care in rural Kenyan hospitals--interpretation based on retrospective examination of data from participant observation, quantitative and qualitative studies.
  10. Effect of a multi-faceted quality improvement intervention on inappropriate antibiotic use in children with non-bloody diarrhoea admitted to district hospitals in Kenya.
  11. Oxygen is an essential medicine: a call for international action.
  12. Factors influencing immunisation coverage in Mathare Valley, Nairobi.
  13. AUDIT OF CARE FOR CHILDREN AGED 6 TO 59 MONTHS ADMITTED WITH SEVERE MALNUTRITION AT KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL, KENYA
  14. Implementation experience during an eighteen month intervention to improve paediatric and newborn care in Kenyan district hospitals.
  15. An intervention to improve paediatric and newborn care in Kenyan district hospitals: understanding the context.
  16. Community understanding of pneumonia in Kenya.
  17. ACCESS, SOURCES AND VALUE OF NEW MEDICAL INFORMATION - VIEWS OF FINAL YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
  18. The epidemiology of human rotavirus associated with diarrhoea in Kenyan children: a review.
  19. Debating the quality and performance of health systems at a global level is not enough, national debates are essential for progress