Sharing project outputs
Training for Community Health: Bridging the global health care gap. Geniets, A., O'Donovan, J., Hakimi, L., Winters, N. (Eds.) (2021). Oxford University Press.
- (2020) “Prioritarian principles for digital health in low resource settings”, Journal of Medical Ethics. 46(4) 259-264.
(2019) “Can we avoid digital structural violence in future learning systems?”, Learning, Media and Technology.
(2019) “Using mobile technologies to support the training of community health workers in low-income and middle-income countries: mapping the evidence”, BMJ Global Health. 4(4) e001421-e001421.
(2018) “A new era for community health in countries of low and middle income?”, The Lancet Global Health.
(2018) “Scoping review assessing the evidence used to support the adoption of mobile health (mHealth) technologies for the education and training of community health workers (CHWs) in low-income and middle-income countries”, BMJ Open.
(2017) “Physical, psychological, sexual, and systemic abuse of children with disabilities in East Africa: Mapping the evidence”, PLoS One.
(2016) “Enhancing the supervision of community health workers with WhatsApp mobile messaging: qualitative findings from 2 low-resource settings in Kenya”, Global Health : Science and Practice Journal.
Oliver, M., Geniets, A., Winters, N., Rega, I., & Mbae, S. (2015). What do community health workers have to say about their work, and how can this inform improved programme design? A case study with CHWs within Kenya. Global Health Action, 8. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v8.27168
Mayhew SH, Unterhalter E, Poole N, Dasandi N, and Winters N (2015). Case study on sexual and reproductive health and education: reflections on interlinkage and governance. In: Waage, J and Yap, C. (eds.) Thinking Beyond Sectors for Sustainable Development. Pp. 89–107. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bao.i
Unterhalter E, Poole N, and Winters N (2015) Education, information, and knowledge. In: Waage, J and Yap, C. (eds.) Thinking Beyond Sectors for Sustainable Development. Pp. 51–61. London: Ubiquity Press. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bao.g
Geniets A. (2015) “Empowering Whom?” A Cyberjournalism Paradox. In: Koldobika Meso, Irati Agirreazkuenaga and Ainara Larrondo, (Eds.). ‘Active audiences and journalism’ (2015) (Bilbao: University of the Basque Country.
Winters N. (forthcoming 2015) E-Learning for development: the role of the teacher. In Ang Peng Hwa and Robin Mansell (Eds), Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society, New York: Wiley
Winters, N. (2013) Mobile learning in the majority word: A critique of the GSMA position, In S. Price, C. Jewitt and B. Brown (Eds) The SAGE Handbook of Digital Technology Research. A preprint is available.
Winters, N. (2013) An introduction to technology enhanced learning design in postgraduate medical education. In Luckin, R., Goodyear, P., Grabowski, B. and Winters, N. (Eds) Routledge Handbook of Design in Educational Computing, London: Sage
Winters, N. (2015) What is “appropriate technology” for eLearning in Africa? In: F. Manji, E. Jal, B. Badisang and A. Opoku-Mensah (eds.) The trajectory of change: Next steps for education. eLearning Africa Report 2015. Berlin: ICWE, pp. 47-49
Power, T., Gater, R., Grant, C. and Winters, N. (2014) Educational Technology Topic Guide, HEART/DFID.
Winters, N., Shuler C. and West M. (2013) The Future of Mobile Learning: Implications for Policy Makers and Planners. Paris: UNESCO, pdf version available here: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002196/219637e.pdf
Winters, N. (2013) African teachers must play a central role in the mobile phone revolution, The Guardian, 23rd October 2013
International conferences and public seminars
Winters, N. & Geniets, A. (2016). Practical Solutions: Providing Equitable Health Care Training for Vulnerable Populations Using Technology. Conference on Refugee Health, Green Templeton College, Oxford 23 April 2016
Winters, N. (2016). Impact of a mCHW, a mobile learning intervention for the training and supervision of CHWs in Kenya. Presentation at the ESRC-DFID Workshop in Pretoria, South Africa, March 2016
Geniets, A. (2016) mCHW: mCHW – A mobile learning intervention for the training and supervision of CHWs in Kenya. Presentation at the Impact-Initiative Workshop on Disability, University of Cambridge, 29 February – 1 March 2016
Winters, N. (2015) mCHW: A mobile learning intervention to train community health workers and improve supervision. Presentation at the Crossing Boundaries 2 Health Research Relevant to LMIC Conference at Said Business School, 8 December 2015
Geniets, A. (2015) Abuse of disabled children in East Africa – an evidence gap map in progress. Flashtalk and Poster Presentation at the Crossing Boundaries 2 Health Research Relevant to LMIC Conference at Said Business School, 8 December 2015
Winters, N. (2015) mCHW: A learning intervention for community health workers. Humanitarian Innovation Conference, July 17th 2015, Keble College, University of Oxford
Winters, N. (2015) How mobile technologies can support community health workers’ practice in Kenya, Invited seminar, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust, 18th June 2015
Winters, N. (2015) How mobile technologies can support community health workers’ practice. Public OxCAHT Seminar, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, 2nd June 2015
Geniets, A. (2015) A mobile learning intervention for community health workers in Kenya. Said Business School Impact Investment Workshop, 21 April 2015
Geniets, A. (2015) Power, Players, Platforms: Global Media Strategies and the Generation Challenge in the Developing World. Global Media Player Symposium, Northwestern University Qatar, Doha, 20-21 February 2015
Geniets, A. and Winters, N. (2015) Gender, Health and Technology: Lessons from a mobile intervention for training community health workers, UNESCO Mobile learning week, Paris, 25 February 2015
Winters, N. (2015). Mobile learning in global health training. What about social justice? OUDE Public Seminar, University of Oxford, 6 February 2015
Lakati, A., Mbae, S., Winters, N., Geniets, A., Oliver, M. (2015). A mobile intervention for training community health workers to assess the stages of child development, UCL mHealth Conference, London, January 2015
Geniets, A. (2014) Can CyberJournalism and the Web 2.0 help the poor? Exploring structural inequalities and audiences in low income countries. Keynote, Web 2.0 and Cyberjournalism Conference, Bilbao, 17-18 November 2014
Geniets, A. (2014) A mobile intervention for training community health workers to assess the stages of child development: an interim evaluation, GET Health Summit, Dublin, 12–14 November 2014
Langer L, Winters N, Stewart R (2014) Mobile learning for development: Ready to Randomise? In Kalz M et al (eds): mLearn 2014, CCIS 479, pp. 156–167. Zurich: Springer International Publishing.
Winters, N (2014) Comment utiliser les nouvelles technologies comme levier pour le développement? Convergence, Paris, Sept 2014
Langer L., Stewart, R. and Winters, N. (2014) The impact of mobile technologies on education in low- and middle-income countries: A mixed-methods systematic review, Panel presentation at the ‘3ie/Asian Development Bank Impact Evaluation Matters Conference’, 3-5 September in Manila, Philippines.
Winters N., Sharples, M., Shuler, C., Vosloo, S. and West, M. (2013) The future of mobile learning: Implications for policymakers and planners. Paris: UNESCO
Conference Panel Organized
Winters, N. (2014) The development of mobile training toolkits in mHealth, GET Health Summit, Dublin, 12–14 November 2014