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Recent INDIGO fellow publications

  • Gilmore, B. & McAuliffe, E. (2013) Effectiveness of community health workers delivering preventive interventions for maternal and child health in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review. BMC Public Health 2013, 13:847
  • Gilmore, B., Vallières, F., McAuliffe, E., Tumwesigye, N.M. & Muyambi, G. (2014). The last ones heard: the importance of an early stage formative evaluation for programme implementation. Implementation Science, 9:137
  • Gilmore, B., McAuliffe, E. Larkan, F, Conteh, M., Dunne, N., GMollel, H. (2016). Tumwesigye, N.M. & Vallières, F. (2016). How do community health committees build capacity for maternal and child health? A realist evaluation protocol. BMJ Open 6(11), p.e011885.
  • Gilmore, B., Adams, B.J., Bartoloni, A., Alhaydar, B., McAuliffe, E., Raven, J., Taegtmeyer, M. & Vallieres, F. (2016). Improving the performance of community health workers in humanitarian emergencies: A realist evaluation protocol for the PIECES programme. BMJ Open 6(8), p.e011753.
  • Gilmore, B., MacLachlan, M., McVeigh, J., McClean, C., Mannan, H., Carr, S., Duttine, A., Eide, A.H., McAuliffe, E. & Mji, G. (in press). A study on recommendations for guidelines for the rehabilitation workforce: A realist synthesis. Human Resources for Health.
  • Hand K., & MacLachlan, M. (2012). An unequal balance? The effects of unequal pay systems on societal motivation in Ireland. Special Edition of the Irish Journal of Psychology, 33(2-3), 129-136
  • MacLachlan M., Hand K. (2013). Happy Nation? Prospects for Psychological Prosperity in Ireland. Liffey Press. Ireland.
  • Hand, K., Carr, S.C., & Maclachlan, M. (2015). Stepping up, by stepping out: Sustaining humanitarian work psychology.In   Maynard, D., Mc Wha, I., & O’Neill-Berry, M. Contribution of Humanitarian Work Psychology to the Sustainable Development Goals. Palgrave McMillan.
  • Hevey, D., Hand, K., & Maclachlan, M.  (2015)Happiness in texting times. Frontiers in psychology6.
  • Vallières, F., McAuliffe, E., Galligan, M., Hyland, P. & Ghee, A. (2017). Measuring Work Engagement Among Community Health Workers in Sierra Leone: Validating the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale. Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 33, 41-46. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rpto.2016.12.001
  • Vallières, F., McAuliffe, E., van Bavel, B., Wall, P.J. & Trye, A. (2016). There’s no app for that: Assessing the impact of mHealth on the supervision, motivation, engagement and satisfaction of community health workers in Sierra Leone.Annals of Global Health, 82(5), 936-949. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2016.07.002
  • Vallières, F., Hyland, P., McAuliffe, E., Mahmud, I., Tulloch, O., Walker, P. & Taegtmeyer, M. (under review). The development of a new tool for measuring approaches to supervision from the perspective of community health workers: A prospective, validation, longitudinal study in seven countries. BMC Human Resources for Health.
  • Vallières, F., Cassidy, E.L., McAuliffe, E., Gilmore, B., Bangura, A.S. & Musa, J. (2016). Can Sierra Leone maintain the equitable delivery of their Free Health Care Initiative? The case for more contextualised interventions: results of a cross-sectional survey. BMC Health Services Research 16:258. DOI: 10.1186/s12913-016-1496-1
  • Vallières, F., Hansen, A., McAuliffe, E., Cassidy, E.L., Owora, P., Kappler, S., & Gathuru, E. (2013). Head of Household Education Level as a Factor Influencing Whether Delivery Takes Place in the Presence of a Skilled Birth Attendant in Busia, Uganda: A Cross-Sectional Household Study.  BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 13(48).DOI: 10.1186/1471-2393-13-48.
  • Vallières, F., Cassidy, E.L., McAuliffe, E., Isselmou, S.O., Hamahoullah, M.S. & Lang, J. (2013) Where are the gaps in improving maternal and child health in Mauritania?  The case for contextualised interventions: A cross-sectional study.  Pan African Medical Journal 14(97). DOI: 10.11604/pamj.2013.14.97.2292.
  • Vallières, F., McAuliffe, E., Palmer, I., Magbity, E., & Bangura, A. (2013). Supporting & Strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services using mobile phones in Sierra Leone: A Research Protocol.  Harvard Africa Policy Journal, 8, 46.

 


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