Author = Brugha, Ruairí
Number of Articles: 9
1. Why Do They Leave? Challenges to Retention of Surgical Clinical Officers in District Hospitals in Malawi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 August 2020

10.34172/ijhpm.2020.142

Jakub Gajewski; Marisa Wallace; Chiara Pittalis; Gerald Mwapasa; Eric Borgstein; Leon Bijlmakers; Ruairi Brugha


2. Using Group Model Building to Capture the Complex Dynamics of Scaling Up District-Level Surgery in Arusha Region, Tanzania

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 13 December 2020

10.34172/ijhpm.2020.249

Henk Broekhuizen; Monic Lansu; Jakub Gajewski; Chiara Pittalis; Martilord Ifeanyichi; Adinan Juma; Paul Marealle; Edward Kataika; Kondo Chilonga; Etiënne Rouwette; Ruairi Brugha; Leon Bijlmakers


3. Economic Costs of Providing District- and Regional-Level Surgeries in Tanzania

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 February 2021

10.34172/ijhpm.2021.09

Martilord Ifeanyichi; Henk Broekhuizen; Adinan Juma; Kondo Chilonga; Edward Kataika; Jakub Gajewski; Ruairi Brugha; Leon Bijlmakers


4. Doctor Retention: A Cross-sectional Study of How Ireland Has Been Losing the Battle

Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2021, Pages 299-309

10.34172/ijhpm.2020.54

Ruairi Brugha; Nicholas Clarke; Louise Hendrick; James Sweeney


5. Global Surgery Priorities: A Response to Recent Commentaries

Volume 8, Issue 6, June 2019, Pages 381-383

10.15171/ijhpm.2019.10

Jakub Gajewski; Ruairi Brugha; Leon Bijlmakers


6. Global Surgery – Informing National Strategies for Scaling Up Surgery in Sub-Saharan Africa

Volume 7, Issue 6, June 2018, Pages 481-484

10.15171/ijhpm.2018.27

Jakub Gajewski; Leon Bijlmakers; Ruairí Brugha


8. Politics Matters: A Response to Recent Commentaries

Volume 3, Issue 3, August 2014, Pages 157-158

10.15171/ijhpm.2014.80

Ruairí Brugha; Carlos Bruen


9. A Ghost in the Machine? Politics in Global Health Policy

Volume 3, Issue 1, June 2014, Pages 1-4

10.15171/ijhpm.2014.59

Carlos Bruen; Ruairí Brugha