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Julie Murugi

Julie Murugi
Name
Julie Murugi
Title
Organisation
Social Policy School of Social and Political Science University of Edinburgh
Address
Edinburgh UK
Telephone
E-Mail
Research Interests
Maternal and Neonatal Health, Quality of Care, Universal Health Coverage, Health Policy and Systems Research, Low and Middle Income Countries
URL
http://www.sps.ed.ac.uk/gradschool/community_and_representation/research_student_profiles/social_policy/julie_murugi

PhD Title

Stewarding provision of high-quality maternal and neonatal health services in the faith-based health sector: A Kenyan case-study.

PhD Supervisors: Dr Mark Hellowell, Prof Fiona Denison

Professional Qualification

Master of Public Health, University of Nairobi 

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of Nairobi 

Authorship

Berger, M., Murugi, J., Buch, E., Ijsselmuiden, C., Kennedy, A., Moran, M., Guzman, J., Devlin, M. & Kubata, B. (2009). Strengthening Pharmaceutical Innovation in Africa. Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED),  New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).  

Matthys B, Murugi J, de Haan S, Mäusezahl D, Wyss K. (2009). Research for health and health system strengthening in Africa. Results of a stakeholder consultation.  Swiss Centre for International Health (SCIH); COHRED Record Paper 9.; pp. 1- 20.  

Schenk K, Kiragu K, Murugi J and Sarna A.  (2014). If you build it, will they come? A qualitative investigation into community barriers to accessing paediatric HIV services in Kenya. Child and Youth Services Review. 

Kiragu K, Schenk K, Murugi J and Sarna A. (2008). ‘If you build it, will they come?’ Kenya healthy start paediatric HIV study: A diagnostic study investigating barriers to HIV treatment and care among children, Horizons Final Report. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Murugi J, Nduati R, Thuita F, Ferguson A.  ‘Integration of infant feeding counseling in Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) programs: Implications on quality of care’.  AIDS Impact Conference, Marseille, France 2007. Oral Presentation.

Murugi J, Nduati R, Thuita F, Ferguson A. Infant Feeding Counseling in Programmes to Prevent Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) in Nairobi, Kenya.  Masters dissertation, 2006.