Ngozi Erondu
Ngozi Erondu
Global Health Programme, Chatham House
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Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in Guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days
B Diallo, D Sissoko, NJ Loman, HA Bah, H Bah, MC Worrell, LS Conde, ...
Clinical infectious diseases 63 (10), 1353-1356, 2016
Access to lifesaving medical resources for African countries: COVID-19 testing and response, ethics, and politics
MM Kavanagh, NA Erondu, O Tomori, VJ Dzau, EA Okiro, A Maleche, ...
The Lancet 395 (10238), 1735-1738, 2020
Fragmented health systems in COVID-19: rectifying the misalignment between global health security and universal health coverage
A Lal, NA Erondu, DL Heymann, G Gitahi, R Yates
The Lancet 397 (10268), 61-67, 2021
The globalization of risk and risk perception
H Larson, PB Paterson, N Erondu
Drug safety 35 (11), 1053-1059, 2012
Building the case for embedding global health security into universal health coverage: a proposal for a unified health system that includes public health
NA Erondu, J Martin, R Marten, G Ooms, R Yates, DL Heymann
The Lancet 392 (10156), 1482-1486, 2018
The Global Health Security Index: what value does it add?
A Razavi, NA Erondu, E Okereke
BMJ Global Health 5 (4), e002477, 2020
Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: time to sound a global alert?
L Gostin, A Phelan, AG Coutinho, M Eccleston-Turner, N Erondu, O Filani, ...
The Lancet 393 (10172), 617-620, 2019
Open letter to international funders of science and development in Africa
NA Erondu, I Aniebo, C Kyobutungi, J Midega, E Okiro, F Okumu
Nature Medicine 27 (5), 742-744, 2021
Using critical information to strengthen pandemic preparedness: the role of national public health agencies
MS Khan, O Dar, NA Erondu, A Rahman-Shepherd, L Hollmann, ...
BMJ Global Health 5 (9), e002830, 2020
The actual and potential costs of meningitis surveillance in the African meningitis belt: results from Chad and Niger
M Irurzun-Lopez, NA Erondu, A Djibo, U Griffiths, JM Stuart, K Fernandez, ...
Vaccine 34 (8), 1133-1138, 2016
Can schools of global public health dismantle colonial legacies?
NA Erondu, D Peprah, MS Khan
Nature Medicine 26 (10), 1504-1505, 2020
A systematic review of vaccine preventable disease surveillance cost studies
NA Erondu, L Ferland, BH Haile, T Abimbola
Vaccine 37 (17), 2311-2321, 2019
A scorecard of progress towards measles elimination in 15 west African countries, 2001–19: a retrospective, multicountry analysis of national immunisation coverage and …
O Wariri, E Nkereuwem, NA Erondu, B Edem, OO Nkereuwem, OT Idoko, ...
The Lancet Global Health 9 (3), e280-e290, 2021
What factors will decide the fate of the global south in coronavirus pandemic
N Erondu, E Agogo
IPI Global Observatory, 2020
Developing a tool to cost gaps in implementation of IHR (2005) core capacities
S Chungong, J Xing, R Sreedharan, S de La Rocque, R Katz, JE Fischer, ...
Online journal of public health informatics 6 (1), 2014
Evaluating communicable disease surveillance in resource-poor settings: A new approach applied to meningitis surveillance in Chad.
N Erondu
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, 2016
Law, Criminalisation and HIV in the World: Have countries that criminalise achieved more or less successful AIDS pandemic response?
MM Kavanagh, SC Agbla, M Pillinger, M Joy, A Case, N Erondu, K Aneja, ...
medRxiv, 2021
Costs of current and improved meningitis disease surveillance in Chad
U Griffiths, N Erondu
BMC Health Services Research 14 (2), 1-1, 2014
Evaluating an institutional health partnership using the ESTHER EFFECt tool: A case study of an evaluation of the institutional health partnership between Nigeria CDC and …
A Razavi, N Erondu, K Haddock, G Johal, O Oyebanji, C Ihekweazu, ...
Public Health in Practice 2, 100090, 2021
Interventions to improve district-level routine health data in low-income and middle-income countries: a systematic review
J Lee, CA Lynch, LO Hashiguchi, RW Snow, ND Herz, J Webster, ...
BMJ Global Health 6 (6), e004223, 2021
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