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  • Handling missing data in a composite outcome with partially observed components: simulation study based on clustered paediatric routine data 

    Gachau, Susan; Njagi, Edmund N; Owuor, Nelson; Mwaniki, Paul; Quartagno, Matteo; Sarguta, Rachel; English, Mike; Ayieko, Philip (University of Nairobi, 2021)
    Composite scores are useful in providing insights and trends about complex and multidimensional quality of care processes. However, missing data in subcomponents may hinder the overall reliability of a composite measure. ...
  • Dhana Ya Uchimuzi Katika Uendelezaji Wa Riwaya Ya Kimajaribio Ya Mafamba 

    Mugwika, Ferinda K (University of Nairobi, 2012)
    Tasnifu hii inahusu dhana ya uchimuzi katika uendelezaji wa riwaya ya kimajaribio au mpya ya Mafamba (2008). Ni riwaya ya kwanza ya Olali inayomulika hali ya kisiasa katika jamii yetu na harakati za wananchi za kuwang'oa ...
  • A diverse collection of B cells responded to HIV infection in infant BG505. 

    Nduati, Ruth; Overbaugh, Julie; Doria-Rose, Nicole; Chohan, Vrasha; Itell, Hannah; Hennessy, Brianna; Cale, Evan M; Garrett, Meghan; Gobillot, Theodore; Doepker, Laura; Shipley, Mackenzie M; Simonich, Cassandra (University of Nairobi, 2021)
    Increasing evidence suggests infants develop unique neutralizing antibody (nAb) responses to HIV compared to adults. Here, we dissected the nAb response of an infant whose virus is in clinical trials as a vaccine immunogen, ...
  • The African Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Network: a vaccine advocacy initiative. 

    Were, Fredrick; Wiysonge, Charles S; Armah, George E; Madhi, Shabir A; Kitaka, Sabrina B; Akoua-Koffi, Chantal; Gresenguet, Gérard; Gatheru, Zipporah; Maranga, Patrick W; et al (University of Nairobi, 2011)
    Achieving high and equitable childhood immunisation coverage in Africa will not only protect children from disability and premature death, it will also boost productivity, reduce poverty and support the economic growth of ...
  • Feasibility of using an Early Warning Score for preterm or low birthweight infants in a low-resource setting. 

    Were, Fredrick; Qureshi, Zahida P; Gwako, George; Osoti, Alfred; Mitchell, Eleanor J; Daniels, Jane; Opira, Jacqueline; Bradshaw, Lucy; Oliver, Mary; Pallotti, Phoebe; Ojha, Shalini (University of Nairobi, 2020)
    Introduction Fifteen million babies are born prematurely, before 37 weeks gestational age, globally. More than 80% of these are in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. 35% of all deaths in the first month of life are due to ...

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