Jenevieve Mannell
Jenevieve Mannell
UCL Institute for Global Health
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Gender equality in science, medicine, and global health: where are we at and why does it matter?
G Shannon, M Jansen, K Williams, C Cáceres, A Motta, A Odhiambo, ...
The Lancet 393 (10171), 560-569, 2019
Conceptualising the agency of highly marginalised women: Intimate partner violence in extreme settings
C Campbell, J Mannell
Global public health 11 (1-2), 1-16, 2016
Insights from societal psychology: The contextual politics of change
C Howarth, C Campbell, F Cornish, B Franks, L Garcia-Lorenzo, ...
PsychOpen, 2013
The G8 and Global Health Governance
JJ Kirton, J Mannell
Governing Global Health: Challenges, Response, Innovation, 115-146, 2007
Women's responses to intimate partner violence in Rwanda: Rethinking agency in constrained social contexts
J Mannell, S Jackson, A Umutoni
Global public health 11 (1-2), 65-81, 2016
‘It's just been such a horrible experience.’Perceptions of gender mainstreaming by practitioners in South African organisations
J Mannell
Gender & Development 20 (3), 423-434, 2012
Cisgender male and transgender female sex workers in South Africa: gender variant identities and narratives of exclusion
Z Samudzi, J Mannell
Culture, health & sexuality 18 (1), 1-14, 2016
Are the sectors compatible? International development work and lessons for a business–nonprofit partnership framework
J Mannell
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40 (5), 1106-1122, 2010
Evaluating social outcomes of HIV/AIDS interventions: a critical assessment of contemporary indicator frameworks
J Mannell, F Cornish, J Russell
Journal of the International AIDS Society 17 (1), 19073, 2014
Adopting, manipulating, transforming: Tactics used by gender practitioners in South African NGOs to translate international gender policies into local practice
J Mannell
Health & place 30, 4-12, 2014
Evaluating complex health interventions with randomized controlled trials: How do we improve the use of qualitative methods?
J Mannell, K Davis
Qualitative health research 29 (5), 623-631, 2019
Why interventions to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV have failed young women in southern Africa
J Mannell, S Willan, M Shahmanesh, J Seeley, L Sherr, A Gibbs
Journal of the International AIDS Society 22 (8), e25380, 2019
The inclusion of women, girls and gender equality in National Strategic Plans for HIV and AIDS in southern and eastern Africa
A Gibbs, ET Crone, S Willan, J Mannell
Global Public Health 7 (10), 1120-1144, 2012
Gender mainstreaming practice: considerations for HIV/AIDS community organisations
J Mannell
AIDS care 22 (sup2), 1613-1619, 2010
Beyond interviews and focus groups: A framework for integrating innovative qualitative methods into randomised controlled trials of complex public health interventions
K Davis, N Minckas, V Bond, CJ Clark, T Colbourn, SJ Drabble, T Hesketh, ...
Trials 20 (1), 329, 2019
Sexual health service providers’ perceptions of transgender youth in England
ARF Lefkowitz, J Mannell
Health & social care in the community 25 (3), 1237-1246, 2017
Revisiting the patriarchal bargain: The intergenerational power dynamics of household money management in rural Nepal
L Gram, J Skordis-Worrall, J Mannell, DS Manandhar, N Saville, ...
World development 112, 193-204, 2018
Narrative storytelling as mental health support for women experiencing gender-based violence in Afghanistan
J Mannell, L Ahmad, A Ahmad
Social Science & Medicine 214, 91-98, 2018
Patient neglect in 21st century health-care institutions: A community health psychology perspective
TW Reader, A Gillespie, J Mannell
Journal of health psychology 19 (1), 137-148, 2014
How do national strategic plans for HIV and AIDS in southern and eastern Africa address gender-based violence? A women’s rights perspective
A Gibbs, M Mushinga, ET Crone, S Willan, J Mannell
Health Hum Rights 14 (2), 10Á20, 2012
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