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Publications:  Dr Anuj Kapilashrami

de Gruchy T, Kapilashrami A(2019). After the handover: Exploring MSF’s role in the provision of health care to migrant farm workers in Musina, South Africa. Global Public Health vol. 14, (10) 1401-1413.
Wenham C, Katz R, Birungi C, Boden L, Eccleston-Turner M, Gostin L, Guinto R, Hellowell M et al.(2019). Global health security and universal health coverage: From a marriage of convenience to a strategic, effective partnership. BMJ Global Health vol. 4, (1)
Kapilashrami A, Marsden S(2018). Examining intersectional inequalities in access to health (enabling) resources in disadvantaged communities in Scotland: Advancing the participatory paradigm. International Journal for Equity in Health vol. 17, (1)
Kapilashrami A, Hankivsky O(2018). Intersectionality and why it matters to global health. The Lancet vol. 391, (10140) 2589-2591.
Kapilashrami A, Mitrovic MS (2018). Contested policy frameworks and implications for access to healthcare and protection of migrants in Europe. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. vol. 28, 17-17.
Kapilashrami A(2018). How serious are global health leaders about gender equality?. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) vol. 361,
Dickson CAW, McVittie C, Kapilashrami A(2018). Expertise in action: Insights into the dynamic nature of expertise in community-based nursing. Journal of Clinical Nursing vol. 27, (3-4) e451-e462.
Kapilashrami A, Schrecker T(2018). Global health watch: Challenging entrenched ideas in global health. BMJ (Online) vol. 360,
Kapilashrami A(2018). Transformative or Functional Justice? Examining the Role of Health Care Institutions in Responding to Violence Against Women in India. Journal of Interpersonal Violence
Hawkes S, Buse K, Kapilashrami A(2017). Gender blind? An analysis of global public-private partnerships for health. Globalization and Health vol. 13, (1)
Van De Pas R, Ashour M, Kapilashrami A, Fustukian S(2017). Interrogating resilience in health systems development. Health Policy and Planning vol. 32, iii88-iii90.
Kapilashrami A, Smith KE, Fustukian S, Eltanani MK, Laughlin S, Robertson T, Muir J, Gallova E et al.(2016). Social movements and public health advocacy in action: The UK people's health movement. Journal of Public Health (United Kingdom) vol. 38, (3) 413-416.
Alsaba K, Kapilashrami A(2016). Understanding women's experience of violence and the political economy of gender in conflict: the case of Syria. Reproductive Health Matters vol. 24, (47) 5-17.
Kapilashrami A, Hill S, Meer N(2015). What can health inequalities researchers learn from an intersectionality perspective? Understanding social dynamics with an inter-categorical approach?. Social Theory and Health vol. 13, (3-4) 288-307.
Cairney LI, Kapilashrami A(2014). Confronting 'scale-down': Assessing Namibia's human resource strategies in the context of decreased HIV/AIDS funding. Global Public Health vol. 9, (1-2) 198-209.
Kapilashrami A, Hanefeld J(2014). Meaningful change or more of the same? The Global Fund's new funding model and the politics of HIV scale-up. Global Public Health vol. 9, (1-2) 160-175.
Kapilashrami A, McPake B(2013). Transforming governance or reinforcing hierarchies and competition: Examining the public and hidden transcripts of the Global Fund and HIV in India. Health Policy and Planning vol. 28, (6) 626-635.
Tolhurst R, Leach B, Price J, Robinson J, Ettore E, Scott-Samuel A, Kilonzo N, Sabuni LP et al.(2012). Intersectionality and gender mainstreaming in international health: Using a feminist participatory action research process to analyse voices and debates from the global south and north. Social Science and Medicine vol. 74, (11) 1825-1832.
Kapilashrami A, O'Brien O(2012). The Global Fund and the re-configuration and re-emergence of 'civil society': Widening or closing the democratic deficit?. Global Public Health vol. 7, (5) 437-451.
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