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Mr Elvis Omondi Wambiya

TitleResearch officer
InstitutionAfrican Population and Health Research Center
DepartmentHealth and Systems for health
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    I am an early career researcher with training and expertise in epidemiology, implementation science and biostatistics. My interest is in the application of epidemiological, statistical and implementation research methods in the evaluation of biomedical and behavioral health interventions for infectious (HIV/TB/ Malaria), non-communicable, vaccine-preventable and neglected tropical diseases control and prevention in our sub-Saharan African region. I aim to positively impact human population through cutting edge research which generates evidence to inform policy and practice. I am currently a research officer at the health and systems for health unit of the African Population and Health Research Center, Nairobi.

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    1. Otieno PO, Wambiya EOA, Mohamed SF, Donfouet HPP, Mutua MK. Prevalence and factors associated with health insurance coverage in resource-poor urban settings in Nairobi, Kenya: a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open. 2019 Dec 15; 9(12):e031543. PMID: 31843827.
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    2. Adamu AA, Uthman OA, Wambiya EO, Gadanya MA, Wiysonge CS. Application of quality improvement approaches in health-care settings to reduce missed opportunities for childhood vaccination: a scoping review. Hum Vaccin Immunother. 2019; 15(11):2650-2659. PMID: 30945976.
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    3. Wambiya EOA, Atela M, Eboreime E, Ibisomi L. Factors affecting the acceptability of isoniazid preventive therapy among healthcare providers in selected HIV clinics in Nairobi County, Kenya: a qualitative study. BMJ Open. 2018 12 19; 8(12):e024286. PMID: 30573488.
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