Peer Reviewed

Baker, P., White, A. & Morgan, R. 2020. Men's health: COVID-19 pandemic highlights need for overdue policy action. The Lancet, Volume 395, Issue 10241, 1886 - 1888

Bischof, E., Oertelt-Prigione, S., Morgan, R., & Klein, S. L. (2020). Towards precision medicine: Inclusion of sex and gender aspects in COVID-19 clinical studies—Acting now before it is too late—A joint call for action. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(10), 3715. 

Davies, S & Harman, S. (2020) Securing reproductive health: A matter of international peace and securityInternational Studies Quarterly.

Gebhard, C., Regitz-Zagrosek, V., Neuhauser, H. K., Morgan, R., & Klein, S. L. (2020). Impact of sex and gender on COVID-19 outcomes in EuropeBiology of sex differences11(1), 29.

Grépin, K. (2020) Socio-economic distribution of exposure to Ebola: Survey evidence from Liberia and Sierra Leone. SSM - Population Health.

Harman, S. (2020) They Still Don't Get It, International Feminist Journal of Politics, 22:2, 275-279.

Smith, J. et al. (2020) Serious Games for Serious Crises: the use of matrix games to promote learning and innovation around disease outbreak preparedness and response. Globalization and Health. 16:18.

Wenham, C, Smith, J, Morgan, R. (2020) COVID: The Gendered Impacts of the Outbreak. The Lancet 6 March 2020.

Wenham, C., Nunes, J., Correa Matta, G., de Oliveira Nogueira, C., Aparecida Valente, P., & Pimenta, D.N. (2020). Gender mainstreaming as a pathway for sustainable arbovirus control in Latin America. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 14:2, e0007954.

Brim, B., & Wenham, C. (2019). Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility: Struggling to deliver on its innovative promise, BMJ, 367:15719

Davies, S. (2019). Why it must be a feminist global health agenda. The Lancet. 393:10181, P601-603, 

Davies, S. E., Harman, S., Manjoo, R., Tanyag, M., & Wenham, C. (2019). Why it must be a feminist global health agenda. The Lancet393(10171), 601-603.

Gupta, J., Betron, M., Brown, J., & Morgan, R. (2019). Mainstreaming gender into global women's health programming and policiesHealth Care for Women International. doi: 10.1080/07399332.2019.1608209.

Hung, Y. et al. Grepin K. (2019). Impact of a Free Health Care Policy in the Democratic Republic of the Congo During an Ebola Outbreak: An Interrupted Time-Series Analysis.

Morgan, R, and Klein, S. (2019). “The Intersection of Sex and Gender in the Treatment of Influenza.” Current Opinion in Virology 35: 35–41. doi:10.1016/J.COVIRO.2019.02.009.

Smith, J. (2019). Beyond the Tyranny of the Urgent: Gender-based responses to disease outbreaks. Gender and Development. 27:2.

Wenham, C. (2019). The Oversecuritization of Global Health: Changing the terms of debate, International Affairs, 95: 5, pp 1093-1110,

Wenham, C. & Farias, D.B.L. (2019). Securitizing Zika: The Case of Brazil, Security Dialogue, 50: 5, pp 398-415

Wenham, C., Arevalo, A., Coast, E., Correa, S., Cuellar, K., Leone, T., & Valongueiro, S. (2019). Zika, abortion and health emergencies: A review of contemporary debates, Globalization and Health, 15; 49

Klein, S.L. Morgan, R. (in press). The Impact of sex and gender on immunotherapy outcomes. Biology of Sex Differences.

Morgan, R., Ayiasi, R.M., Barman, D., et al. (2018). Gendered health systems: evidence from low- and middle-income countriesHealth Research Policy and Systems 16: 58.

Morgan, R. Tetui, M., Ekirapa-Kiracho, E., Rornald, M., George, A. (2017). Gender dynamics affecting maternal health and health care access and use in Uganda. Health Policy and Planning. 32(suppl_5): v13–v21.

Morgan, R., George, A., Ssali, S., Hawkins, K., Molyneux, S., & Theobald, S. (2016). How to do (or not to do)… gender analysis in health systems researchHealth Policy and Planning31(8), 1069–1078.


More Publications

Davies, S. Harman, S. Governments, not pandemics, stop access to reproductive health. The Interpreter. 1 May 2020.

Morgan, R. Davies, S. How gender norms play out in the COVID-19 response. ALIGN. 18 April 2020.

Wenham C., Smith, J. Morgan, R. Covid-19 is an opportunity for gender equality within the workplace and at home. BMJ Opinion. 15 April 2020.

Arévalo, A., & Wenham, C. COVID-19 in El Salvador: Safeguarding public health or restricting human rights? LSE Latin American and Caribbean Centre Blog. 13 April 2020.

Wenham, C., Lotta, G., & Pimenta, D. Mosquitoes and COVID-19 are a ticking time bomb for Latin America. LSE Latin American and Caribbean Centre Blog. 1 April 2020.

Harman, S. The world had the tools to prevent the coronavirus pandemic – why weren’t they used? Newstatesmen. 26 March 2020

Davies, S. Harman, S. True, J. Wenham, C. Why gender matters in the impact and recovery from Covid-19. The Interpreter. 20 March 2020.

Harman, S. Coronavirus: to avoid major humanitarian fallout, UK must act urgently. The Conversation. 18 March 2020. 

Smith, J. (2020) Gender and the Coronavirus Outbreak. Think Global Health. 4 February 2020.

Wenham, C., Roberts, S. L., & Mossialos, E. Is reporting of coronavirus producing viral panic? BMJ Opinion. 31 January 2020.

Wenham, C., Coast, E., Footman, K., Leone, T., Nandagiri, R., & Strong, J. Abortion and COVID-19: Why we need to support women’s right to abortion in health emergencies. LSE British Politics and Policy Blog. 27 January 2020.