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Jennifer Bryce, EdD

  • Senior Scientist

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615 N. Wolfe Street
Room E8610
Baltimore, Maryland 21205


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EdD, Columbia University, 1980
MEd, Columbia University, 1978
MS, Columbia University, 1977


Evaluation of public health policies and programs for maternal, newborn and child health; evaluation design and methods.

  • Child survival evaluation program evaluation impact evaluation
  • 1. Walker N, Bryce J, Black RE. Marketing health priorities: Uses and misuses of estimates of disease burden in public health policy development. Lancet; The Lancet 2007; 369:956-963 2. Bryce J, Terreri N, Victora CG, Mason E, Daelmans B, Bhutta ZA, Bustreo F, Songane F, Salama P, Wardlaw T. Countdown to 2015: tracking intervention coverage for child survival. Lancet 2006; 368: 1067-76. 3. Rowe AK, Rowe SY, Snow RW, Korenromp EL, Armstrong Schellenberg JRM, Stein C, Nahlen BL, Bryce J, Black RE, Steketee RW. 2006. The burden of malaria mortality among African children in the year 2000. International Journal of Epidemiology 2006; 35(3):691-704. 4. Bryce J, Victora CG, Habicht J-P, Black RE, Scherpbier RW on behalf of the MCE-IMCI Technical Advisors. Programmatic pathways to child survival: Results of a multi-country evaluation of integrated management of childhood illness. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i5-i17. 5. Victora CG, Armstrong Schellenberg J, Huicho L, Amaral J, Arifeen SE, Pariyo G, Manzi F, Scherpbier RW, Bryce J, Habicht J-P. Context matters: Interpreting impact findings in child survival research. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i18-i31. 6. Huicho L, Dávila M, Gonzales F, Drasbek C, Bryce J, Victora CG. Implementation of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illness Strategy in Peru and its association with health indicators: An ecological analysis. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i32-i41. 7. Pariyo GW, Gouws E, Bryce J, Burnham G and The Uganda IMCI Impact Study team. Improving facility-based care for sick children in Uganda: Training is not enough. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i58-i68. 8. Bryce J, Gouws E, Adam T, Black RE, Armstrong Schellenberg J, Manzi F, Victora CG, Habicht J-P. Improving quality and efficiency of facility-based child health care through integrated management of childhood illness in Tanzania. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i69-i76. 9. Manzi F, Armstrong Schellenbert J, Adam T, Mshinda H, Victora CG, Bryce J. Out-of-pocket payments for under-five health care in rural southern Tanzania. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i85-i93. 10. Bryce J, Victora CG on behalf of the MCE-IMCI Technical Advisors. Ten methodological lessons from the Multi-Country Evaluation of IMCI. Health Policy and Planning 2005; 20-S1:i94-i105. 11. Victora CG, Fenn B, Bryce J, Kirkwood BR. Co-coverage of preventive interventions and implications for child-survival strategies: evidence from national surveys. Lancet 2005; 366(9495):1460-6. 12. Gouws E, Bryce J, Pariyo G, Schellenberg JA, Amaral J, Habicht JP. Improving quality indicators for primary child care in developing countries. Social Science and Medicine 2005 Aug; 61(3):613-25. Epub 2005 Feb 23. 13. Bryce J, Black RE, Walker N, Bhutta ZA, Lawn JE, Steketee RW. Can the world afford to save 6 million children from dying each year? Lancet 2005; 365:2193-2200. 14. Rudan I, Lawn J, Cousens S, Rowe AK, Boschi-Pinto C, Tomaskovic L, Mendoza W, Lanata CF, Roca-Feltrer A, Carneiro I, Schellenberg JA, Weber M, Bryce J, Morris SS, Black RE and Campbell H. Gaps in policy-relevant information on burden of disease in children: a systematic review. Lancet 2005; 365:2031-40. 15. Bryce J, Boschi-Pinto C, Shibuya K, Black RE and the WHO Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group. WHO estimates of the causes of death in children. Lancet 2005; 365:1147-1152. 16. Arifeen SE, Bryce J, Gouws E, Baqui AH, Black RE, Hoque DM, Chowdhury EK, Yunus M, Begum N, Akter T, Siddique A. Quality of care for under-fives in first-level health facilities in one district of Bangladesh. Bull World Health Organ 2005 Apr; 83(4):260-7. 17. Huicho L, Dávila M, Campos M, Drasbek C, Bryce J, Victora CG. Scaling up integrated management of childhood illness to the national level: achievements and challenges in Peru. Health Policy Plan 2005 Jan;20(1):14-24. 18. Arifeen SE, Blum LS, Hoque DM, Chowdhury EK, Khan R, Black RE, Victora CG, Bryce J. Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) in Bangladesh: early findings from a cluster-randomized study. Lancet 2004 Oct 20; 364(9445):1595-602. 19. Victora CG, Hanson K, Bryce J, Vaughan JP. Achieving universal coverage with health interventions. Lancet 2004; 364:1541-1548. 20. Gouws E, Bryce J, Habicht JP, Amaral J, Pariyo G, Schellenberg JA, Fontaine O. Improving the use of antimicrobials through IMCI case management training. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2004; 82(7): 509-515.