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Research outputs: KENYA

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2020 Using multi-voiced and creative approaches to enhance COVID-19 messaging: learning from east and southern Africa

The emergence of COVID-19 highlighted the value of effective communication during a crisis, especially in the context of a virus that is not...

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2020 An investigation of healthcare professionals' motivation in public and mission hospitals in Meru county, Kenya

Strengthening health systems in developing countries such as Kenya is required to achieve the third United Nations' Sustainable Development ...

2020 Predictors of health-related quality of life among healthcare workers in the context of health system strengthening in Kenya

Kenya is among the countries with an acute shortage of skilled health workers. There have been recurrent health worker strikes in Kenya due ...

2019 Alcohol use among adults in Kenya: results from the National Non-Communicable Diseases Risk Factor survey, 2015

The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence and correlates of alcohol use among Kenyan adults. We analysed data from the Kenya cross-...