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My portfolio


I was the sole scientific writer and editor on a major project carried out by the Ernst and Young LLP–Oxford Health Analytics Consortium: "Evaluation of the national COVID-19 testing programme in England between October 2020 and March 2022"
Articles I have edited have subsequently been published in more than 200 peer-reviewed journals
Selected articles I have edited:


Berry et al (2024) Institutionalizing innovation: from pilot to scale for co-packaged oral rehydration salts and zinc—a case study in Zambia. In: Global Health: Science and Practice.

Brumwell et al (2022). Self-testing for COVID-19 in Durban and Eastern Cape, South Africa: a qualitative inquiry targeting decision-takers. In: Contemporary Social Science.


Chanthavilay et al (2016). Economic evaluation of screening strategies combined with HPV vaccination of preadolescent girls for the prevention of cervical cancer in Vientiane, Lao PDR. In: PLOS One.

Chanthavilay et al (2016). The economic evaluation of human papillomavirus vaccination strategies against cervical cancer in women in Lao PDR: a mathematical modelling approach. In: BMC Health Services Research

Fava and Acosta (2018). Escape distance and escape latency following simulated rapid bird attacks in an Andean lizard, Phymaturas williamsi. In: Behaviour.

Folayan et al (2023). People’s willingness to use COVID-19 self-testing in Nigeria: a cross-sectional survey. In: BMJ Open.

López et al (2024). Comparative evaluation of lateral flow assays to diagnose chronic Trypanosoma cruzi infection in Bolivia. In: PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.

Mahikul et al (2019). Modelling population dynamics and seasonal movement to assess and predict the burden of melioidosis. In: PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases.

Markby et al (2021). Assessing the impact of simplified HCV care on linkage to care amongst high-risk patients at primary healthcare clinics in Malaysia: a prospective observational study. In: BMJ Open.

Martinez-Perez et al (2022). Self-testing for SARS-CoV-2 in São Paulo, Brazil: results of a population-based values and attitudes survey. In: BMC Infectious Diseases.

Phakhounthong et al (2018). Predicting the severity of dengue fever in children on admission based on clinical features and laboratory indicators: application of classification tree analysis. In: BMC Pediatrics.

Ramchandani et al (2022). Emulating value-chains of fast-moving consumer goods to improve uptake of co-packaged ORS and zinc for childhood diarrhoea: evaluation of the ColaLife trial. In: BMJ Innovations.

Ramchandani et al (2023). Design thinking to improve rational use of oral rehydration salts: lessons from an innovative co-packaged diarrhoea treatment kit. In: BMJ Innovations.

Shilton et al (2022). Protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of secondary distribution of hepatitis C self-testing within the context of a house-to-house hepatitis C micro-elimination programme in Karachi, Pakistan. In: BMC Public Health.

Suwanpakdee et al (2015). Spatio-temporal patterns of leptospirosis in Thailand: is flooding a risk factor? In: Epidemiology & Infection.

Thomas et al (2022). COVID-19 self-testing, a way to “live side by side with the coronavirus”: Results from a qualitative study in Indonesia. In: PLOS Global Public Health.

Undelikwo et al (2023). COVID-19 self-testing in Nigeria: Stakeholders’ opinions and perspectives on its value for case detection. In: PLOS One.

Pages from UKC-028388_UKHSA evaluation_7

Scientific writing

Selected articles for which I was the scientific writer:

Águas et al (2020). Modelling the COVID-19 pandemic in context: an international participatory approach. In: BMJ Global Health.
Escadafal et al (2020). Bacterial versus non-bacterial infections: a methodology to support use-case-driven product development of diagnostics. In: BMJ Global Health.

Fernandez-Carballo et al (2021). Distinguishing bacterial versus non-bacterial causes of febrile illness – A systematic review of host biomarkers. In: Journal of Infection.

Martínez-Pérez et al (2021). Values and preferences for hepatitis C self-testing among people who inject drugs in Kyrgyzstan. In: BMC Infectious Diseases.
Reipold et al (2021). Usability and acceptability of self-testing for hepatitis C virus infection among the general population in the Nile Delta region of Egypt. In: BMC Public Health.

Saeedzai et al (2022). COVID-19 morbidity in Afghanistan: a nationwide, population-based seroepidemiological study. In: BMJ Open.

School textbooks

Selected textbooks I have edited and/or ghostwritten:
Series Editor, Health in Action Primary Grades 1 to 6
Series Editor, Science in Action Primary Grades 1 to 6
Copy editor, Think Big Plus Primary Science Series,
Primary Grades 1 to 6 student textbooks
Copy editor, Think Big Plus Primary Science Series,
Primary Grades 1 to 6 student workbooks
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