Dr Jayne Webster
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Jayne Webster is co-Deputy Director of the Centre for Evaluation at LSHTM. She has an MSc in Public Health in Developing Countries and a PhD in Programme Evaluation, both from LSHTM. Before coming to LSHTM she spent four years developing and running basic laboratory services in a remote area of Nepal, and after her MSc spent 18 months running a malaria control study in Timor Leste.
Jayne has worked as a researcher, programme manager and consultant for LSHTM, NGOs, Ministries of Health and other international organisations. She is chair of the policy liaison group for the Malaria in Pregnancy Consortium and co-chair of the Roll Back Malaria Vector Control Working Group Continuous Distribution of Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets workstream.
Faculty Research Degrees Director 2015 -
Course Director MSc Public Health in Developing Countries - 2006-2009
Module organiser Applying Public Health Priniciples in Developing Countries 2009 -
Jayne's research is broadly on the delivery of public health interventions including interventions to control malaria in pregnancy, treatment of febrile illness in children, and nutrition interventions. She uses quantitative, qualitative and economic methods in her studies which encompass the community, health facility, district and national levels. Methods for monitoring and evaluation of delivery systems, their effectiveness, and the equity achieved via alternative systems are elements that cut through much of her research.
- Behaviour change
- Child health
- Complex interventions
- Disease control
- Economic evaluation
- Health services research
- Health systems
- Impact evaluation
- Implementation research
- Maternal health
- Quality improvement
- Operational research
- Social Sciences
Disease and Health Conditions
- Infectious disease
- East Asia & Pacific (developing only)
- South Asia
- Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)
- South Sudan
- Centre for Evaluation
- Malaria Centre
Factors affecting the delivery, access, and use of interventions to prevent malaria in pregnancy in sub-saharan Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Hill, J.; Hoyt, J.; van Eijk, A.M.; D'Mello-Guyett, L.; Ter Kuile, F.O.; Steketee, R.; Smith, H.; Webster, J.;
PLoS Med, 2013; 10(7):e1001488
Evaluating health workers' potential resistance to new interventions: a role for discrete choice experiments.
Lagarde, M. ; Smith Paintain, L. ; Antwi, G. ; Jones, C. ; Greenwood, B. ; Chandramohan, D. ; Tagbor, H. ; Webster, J. ;
PLoS One, 2011; 6(8):e23588
An evaluation of the clinical assessments of under-five febrile children presenting to primary health facilities in rural ghana.
Baiden, F. ; Owusu-Agyei, S. ; Bawah, J. ; Bruce, J. ; Tivura, M. ; Delmini, R. ; Gyaase, S. ; Amenga-Etego, S. ; Chandramohan, D. ; Webster, J. ;
PLoS One, 2011; 6(12):e28944
Intermittent screening and treatment versus intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy: user acceptability.
Smith, L.A.; Jones, C.; Adjei, R.O.; Antwi, G.D.; Afrah, N.A.; Greenwood, B.; Chandramohan, D.; Tagbor, H.; Webster, J.;
Malar J, 2010; 9(1):18
Evaluating delivery systems: complex evaluations and plausibility inference.
Webster, J.; Kweku, M.; Dedzo, M.; Tinkorang, K.; Bruce, J.; Lines, J.; Chandramohan, D.; Hanson, K.;
Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2010; 82(4):672-7
Methods for evaluating delivery systems for scaling-up malaria control intervention
Webster, J.; Chandramohan, D.; Hanson, K.;
BMC Health Services Research, 2010; 10 Suppl 1:S8
Which delivery systems reach the poor? A review of equity of coverage of ever-treated nets, never-treated nets, and immunisation to reduce child mortality in Africa.
Webster, J.; Lines, J.; Bruce, J.; Armstrong Schellenberg, J.R.; Hanson, K.;
Lancet Infect Dis, 2005; 5(11):709-17
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