1. Panjabi R, Comstock GW, Golub J. Recurrent tuberculosis and its risk factors: adequately treated patients are still at high risk. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2007 Aug;11(8):828-37.
2. Johnson K, Asher J, Rosborough S, Raja A, Panjabi R, Beadling C, Lawry L. Association of combatant status and sexual violence with health and mental health outcomes in postconflict Liberia. JAMA. 2008 Aug 13;300(6):676-90.
3. Lee PT, Kruse GR, Chan BT, Massaquoi MB, Panjabi RR, Dahn BT, Gwenigale WT. An analysis of Liberia's 2007 national health policy: lessons for health systems strengthening and chronic disease care in poor, post-conflict countries. Globalization and Health. 2011 Oct; 7:37.
4. Basu S, Andrews J, Kishore S, Panjabi R, Stuckler D. Comparative performance of private and public healthcare systems in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review. PLOS Med. 2012;9(6):e1001244.
5. Kenny A**, Basu G**, Ballard M**, Griffiths T, Kentoffio K, Niyonzima JB, Sechler GA, Selinsky S, Panjabi R, Siedner M, Kraemer J. Remoteness and maternal and child health utilization in rural Liberia: A population-based survey. J Glob Health. 2015 Dec;5(2):020401.
6. Kentoffio K**, Kraemer JD, Griffiths T, Kenny A, Panjabi R, Sechler GA, Selinsky S, Siedner MJ. Charting health system reconstruction in post-war Liberia: a comparison of rural vs. remote healthcare utilization. BMC Health Serv Res. 2016 Sep 7;16:478.
7. Luckow P**, Kenny A**, White E, Ballard M, Dorr L, Erlandson K, Grant B, Johnson A, Lorenzen B, Mukherjee S, McDaniel A, Nowine N, Sathananthan V, Sechler GA, Kraemer JD, Siedner MJ, Panjabi R. Implementation research on community health workers’ provision of maternal and child health services in rural Liberia. Bull World Health Organ. 2017 Feb 1;95(2):113-120.
8. White E**, Downey J**, Sathananthan V, Kanjee Z, Kenny A, Waters A, Rabinowich J, Raghavan M, Dorr L, Halder A, Nyumah J, Duokie D, Boima T, Panjabi R, Siedner MJ, Kraemer JD. A Community Health Worker Intervention to Increase Childhood Disease Treatment Coverage in Rural Liberia: A Controlled Before-and-After Evaluation. American Journal of Public Health. 2018 Sep;108(9):1252-1259.
9. Ballard M, Bancroft E, Nesbit J, Johnson A, Holeman I, Foth J, Rogers D, Yang J, Nardella J, Olsen H, Raghavan M, Panjabi R, Alban R, Malaba S, Christiansen M, Rapp S, Schechter J, Aylward P, Rogers A, Sebisaho J, Ako C, Choudhury N, Westgate C, Mbeya J, Schwarz R, Bonds MH, Adamjee R, Bishop J, Yembrick A, Flood D, McLaughlin M, Palazuelos D. Prioritising the role of community health workers in the COVID-19 response. BMJ Glob Health. 2020 Jun;5(6):e002550. doi: 10.1136/bmjgh-2020-002550. PMID: 32503889; PMCID: PMC7298684.
10. O'Donovan J, Hamala R, Nalubwama M, Ameniko M, Govina G, Gray N, Panjabi R, Palazuelos D, Namanda AS. Roles for mHealth to support Community Health Workers addressing COVID-19. Glob Health Promot. 2020 Nov 11:1757975920967924. doi: 10.1177/1757975920967924. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33176572.
11. Carter A, Akseer N, Ho K, Rothschild O, Bose N, Binagwaho A, Hirschhorn LR, Price M, Muther K, Panjabi R, Freeman MC, Bednarczyk RA, Bhutta ZA. A framework for identifying and learning from countries that demonstrated exemplary performance in improving health outcomes and systems. BMJ Glob Health. 2020 Dec;5(12):e002938. doi: 10.1136/bmjgh-2020-002938. PMID: 33272938; PMCID: PMC7716663.
12. Phillips DE, Bhutta ZA, Binagwaho A, Boerma T, Freeman MC, Hirschhorn LR, Panjabi R*. Exemplars in Global Health Partnership. Learning from Exemplars in Global Health: a road map for mitigating indirect effects of COVID-19 on maternal and child health. BMJ Glob Health. 2020 Jul;5(7):e003430. doi: 10.1136/bmjgh-2020-003430. PMID: 32737028; PMCID: PMC7397977.
13. Mengesha Admassu, Nan Chen, Luidina Hailu, Tanya Jones, Kyle Muther,Raj Panjabi*, Matt Price*. Exemplars in Global Health Case Study on Community Health Workers in Ethiopia (2020). Exemplars in Global Health. https://www.exemplars.health/topics/community-health-workers/ethiopia
14. Kaosar Afsana, Mohammad Ariful Alam, Nan Chen, Mushtaque Chowdhury, Kyle Muther, Raj Panjabi*, Matt Price*. Exemplars in Global Health Case Study on Community Health Workers in Bangladesh (2020) https://www.exemplars.health/topics/community-health-workers/bangladesh
15. Vera Joanna Bornstein, Carla López Castañeda, Nan Chen, Jacopo Gabani, Camila Giugliani, Tanya Jones, Carlile Lavor, Kyle Muther, Raj Panjabi*, Matt Price*. Exemplars in Global Health Case Study on Community Health Workers in Brazil (2020) https://www.exemplars.health/topics/community-health-workers/brazil
16. Nan Chen, Bernice Dahn, Carla López Castañeda, Kyle Muther, Raj Panjabi*, Matt Price*. Exemplars in Global Health Case Study on Community Health Workers in Liberia (2020). https://www.exemplars.health/topics/community-health-workers/liberia
17. McKenna AH, Mendin SF, Waters A, Dunbar N, Tehmeh LG, White EE, Siedner MJ, Panjabi R, Kraemer JD, Kenny A, Ly EJ, Bass J, Huang KN, Khan MS, Uchtmann N, Agarwal A, Hirschhorn LR. Measuring knowledge of community health workers at the last mile in Liberia: feasibility and results of clinical vignette assessments. Global Health: Science and Practice. 2021. In Press.
18. Rozelle J, Korvah J, Wiah O, Kraemer J, Hirschhorn L, Price M, Subah M, McCormick L, Varpilah B, Panjabi R*. Improvements in malaria testing and treatment after a national community health worker program were sustained during COVID-19 in rural Liberia. In submission. 2021.
19. Westerhaus M*, Panjabi R*, Mukherjee J. Violence and the Role of Illness Narratives. Lancet. 2008 Aug 30; 372(9640): 699-701.
20. Khan AM, Janneck LM, Bhatt J, Panjabi R, Marjoua Y, Bharwani A. Building a Health-Peace Movement: Academic Medicine’s Role in Generating Solutions to Global Problems. Acad Med. 2009 Nov;84(11):1486.
21. Finch TH, Chae SR, Shafaee MN, Siegel KR, Ali MK, Tomei R, Panjabi R, Kishore SP. Role of Students in Global Health Delivery. Mt Sinai J Med. 2011 May;78(3):373-81.
22. Palazuelos D, Ellis K, Im DD, Peckarsky M, Schwarz D, Farmer DB, Dhillon R, Johnson A, Orihuela C, Hackett J, Bazile J, Berman L, Ballard M, Panjabi R, Ternier R, Slavin S, Lee S, Selinsky S, Mitnick CD. 5-SPICE: the application of an original framework for community health worker program design, quality improvement and research agenda setting. Glob Health Action. 2013 Apr 3;6:19658.
23. Perry HB, Dhillon RS, Liu A, Chitnis K, Panjabi R, Palazuelos D, Koffi AK, Kandeh JN, Camara M, Camara R, Nyenswah T. Community health worker programmes after the 2013-2016 Ebola outbreak. Bull World Health Organ. 2016 Jul 1; 94(7):551-3.
24. Jallah W, Kateh F, Panjabi R*. Paying and investing in last-mile community health workers accelerates universal health coverage. BMJ Opinion. 2018.
25. Waters A, Jordan Downey, Marion Subah, E. John Ly, Hirschorn LR, Panjabi R*. Community Health Workers in the COVID-19 Response and Continuation of Primary Health Care. Primary Care during COVID-19. Ed by Sanjay Basu and Russ Phillips. Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. 2021.
26. Panjabi R, Long LA, Bailey M, Conteh M. The Role of Technology in Supporting the Education of Community Health Workers and Their Leaders. In Training for Community Health: Bridging the. Global Healthcare Gap. Edited by Geniets A, O’Donovan J, Winters N, Hakimi L. Oxford University Press. In Press. 2021.
27. Binagwaho A, Muhimpundu MA, Bukhman G and the NCD Synergies Group. 80 under 40 by 2020: an equity agenda for NCDs and injuries. Lancet. 2014 Jan 4; 383(9911):3-4. (I was a member of the group cited in the appendix of the manuscript.)
28. Second Report on Progress. The Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response, World Health Organization, presented at the Executive Board meeting of the World Health Organization. 2020 Jan.
29. Panjabi R. Security Woes Split Afghan Aid Community. Medical Student International. 2004;10: 14-15.
30. Panjabi R. HIV Treatment in Resource-Poor Settings: an interview with Joia Mukherjee. AIDS Bulletin. 2005;14(3): 5-9.
31. Panjabi R. Filariasis/elephantiasis. In: Zhang Y, ed. Encyclopedia of global health. Vol. 4. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications; 2008. p. 665-667.
32. Panjabi R. Onchocerciasis. In: Zhang Y, ed. Encyclopedia of global health. Vol. 4. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications; 2008. p. 1279.
33. Abdallah S, Panjabi R. Control of communicable diseases. In: Burnham GM, ed. The Johns Hopkins and Red Cross Red Crescent Public Health Guide in Emergencies. 2nd Ed. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; 2008. p. 284-371.
34. Abdallah S, Panjabi R. Epidemiology and surveillance. In: Burnham GM, ed. The Johns Hopkins and Red Cross Red Crescent Public Health Guide in Emergencies. 2nd Ed. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; 2008. p. 220-83.
35. Lee PT, Panjabi R. Global mental health, post-war Liberia, and the urgent need for better primary care systems. Harvard College Global Health Review. 2010;1(3): 14-18.
36. Panjabi R, Solia L. Investing in community health workers in the world’s most remote villages: a critical strategy for achieving the sustainable development goals. Global Health Diplomacy. 2015 (Fall): 47-49.
37. Kraemer JD, Panjabi RR. Rights to Housing and Health: Critical Links for the Global Poor [rapid response]. BMJ. 2007 Mar 20;334:460.
38. Panjabi RR. Telemedicine Training for Community Health Workers. Bethel, AK: Yukon Kuskowim Health Corporation. Alaska Native Health Service. 2001. (Used by nurses in the Yukon Kuskowim Health Corporation to educate Community Health Aides serving remote Alaska Native populations).
39. Panjabi R, Aderibigbe O, Quitoe W, Kraemer J, Logan D, Bility K, Dahn B, Gwenigale W. A Community-Based Approach to HIV Care in Rural Liberia: Liberia’s HIV Equity Initiative. National AIDS & STI Control Program. 2007 Nov. Ministry of Health & Social Welfare: Monrovia.
40. Hyle E, Bhattacharya R, Panjabi R. Management of HIV and Opportunistic Infections. Pg 87-90. 2009-2010 Housestaff Manual. Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital. (Used by MGH Housestaff in Department of Medicine to guide patient care).
41. Singh P, Sullivan S, Akpala O, Aridi J, Atun R, Ben-Amor Y, Bhutta Z, Celletti F, Chopra M, Crigler L, Darmstadt G, Dayrit M, Farmer D, Friedman J, Glenton C, Hodgins S, Ihebuzor N, Jacobs T, Kaur M, Lassi Z, LeBan K, Lermen N, Lesh N, Lewin S, Liu A, Marsh D, McCord G, Mechael P, Palazuelos D, Panjabi R, Pariyo G, Perry H, Pronyk P, Rubinstein J, Sachs J, Sachs S, Sadruddin S, Schoppig J, Silimperi D, Starbuck E, Swedberg E, Tankoano Y, Were M. One million community health workers: technical task force report. New York: Earth Institute, Columbia University; 2011. Available from: http://1millionhealthworkers.org/files/2013/01/1mCHW_TechnicalTaskForceReport.pdf
42. Dahn B, Woldemariam AT, Perry H, Maeda A, von Glahn D, Panjabi R, Merchant N, Vosburg K, Palazuelos D, Lu C, Simon J, Pfaffmann J, Brown D, Hearst A, Heydt P, Qureshi C. Strengthening Primary Health Care through Community Health Workers: Investment Case and Financing Recommendations [report]. United Nations Special Envoy for Health Financing; available from: http://www.who.int/hrh/news/2015/CHW-Financing-FINAL-July-15-2015.pdf.
43. Panjabi R. The bravery of ordinary community health workers was critical to containing Ebola in Liberia. In: Donahue EH, ed. Tackling the next plague: recommendations from the Ebola crisis to prevent and deal with future epidemics [policy report]. Princeton, NJ: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University; 2016. p. 74-78. Available from: https://issuu.com/woodrowwilsonschool/docs/monograph_final_issuu-version1.
44. Panjabi R. State of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Background Paper for the First Meeting of the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response. World Health Organization. 2020. Available at https://theindependentpanel.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/IndependentPanel_State-of-the-Pandemic_final.pdf
45. Rabinowich J, Baawo S*, Ballard M, Slagle T, Massaquoi M, Dahn B, Nyenswah T, Kenny A, Mukherjee S, Johnson A, Niyonzima JB, Sechler A, Griffiths T, Basu G, Panjabi R. Reaching the unreached: Improving the performance of community health volunteers and the district health system to increase health service delivery in hard-to-reach communities in rural Liberia – the Konobo experience. Poster. APHA 142nd Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA (November 17, 2014). (Abstract #311733).
46. Muraguri MK, Kruk M, Panjabi R, Glennerster R, Rasanathan K, Dahn B, Marten R. What does a focus on resilience add to strengthening health systems in practice? A multi-sectoral discussion based on recent experiences in West Africa. 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, Vancouver, BC, Canada (November 15, 2016). (Abstract and panel presentation #344).
47. Haldane, V., De Foo, C., Abdalla, S.M., Jung A, Tan M, Wu S, Chua A, Verma M, Shrestha P, Singh S, Perez T, Tan S, Bartos M, Mabuchi S, Bonk M, McNab C, Werner G, Panjabi R*, Nordstrom A, Legido-Quigley H. Health systems resilience in managing the COVID-19 pandemic: lessons from 28 countries. Nature Medicine 27, 964–980 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-021-01381-y
48. Downey J, McKenna AH, Mendin SF, Waters A, Dunbar N, Tehmeh LG, White EE, Siedner MJ, Panjabi R, Kraemer JD, Kenny A, Ly EJ, Bass J, Huang KN, Khan MS, Uchtmann N, Agarwal A, Hirschhorn LR. Measuring Knowledge of Community Health Workers at the Last Mile in Liberia: Feasibility and Results of Clinical Vignette Assessments. Glob Health Sci Pract. 2021 Mar 16;9(Suppl 1):S111-S121. doi: 10.9745/GHSP-D-20-00380.
49. Steketee RW, Choi M, Linn A, Florey L, Murphy M, Panjabi R. World Malaria Day 2021: Commemorating 15 Years of Contribution by the United States President's Malaria Initiative. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2021 Apr 23:tpmd210432. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.21-0432. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33891560.
50. 2nd Report on Progress. The Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response. January 2021.
51. COVID-19: make it the last pandemic.Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response. May 2021.
52. COVID-19: The Authoritative Chronology: December 2019 - March 2020. The Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response. May 2021.
53. Rozelle J, Korvah J, Wiah O, Kraemer J, Hirschhorn L, Price M, Subah M, McCormick L, Varpilah B, Panjabi R. Improvements in malaria testing and treatment after a national community health worker program in rural Liberia. Journal of Global Health Reports. 2021;5:e2021073.
54. Singh S, McNab C, Olson RM, Bristol N, Nolan C, Bergstrøm E, Bartos M, Mabuchi S, Panjabi R, Karan A, Abdalla SM, Bonk M, Jamieson M, Werner GK, Nordström A, Legido-Quigley H, Phelan A. How an outbreak became a pandemic: a chronological analysis of crucial junctures and international obligations in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Lancet. 2021 Nov 8;398(10316):2109–24. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(21)01897-3. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34762857; PMCID: PMC8575464.
55. Jung A, Haldane V, Neill R, Wu S, Jamieson M, Verma M, Tan M, Wu S, Chua A, Verma M, Shrestha P, Singh S, Perez T, Tan S, Bartos M, Mabuchi S, Bonk M, McNab C, Werner G, Panjabi R, Nordstrom A, Legido-Quigley H. National responses to covid-19: drivers, complexities, and uncertainties in the first year of the pandemic BMJ 2021; 375 :e068954
1. Panjabi R. Coping with Stress: A Guide for Relief Workers. The Afghanistan Monitor. 2003;1(1):13-15.
2. Panjabi R. Prison Reform. The Afghanistan Monitor. 2003;1(2):13.
3. Panjabi R. Aid Community Struggles with Poor Security. The Afghanistan Monitor. 2003;1(4): 16-21.
4. Panjabi R, Iderabdullah B. Liberia's Undeclared War - Murder, Mayhem, and Abductions. The Perspective. 2003 May 6.
5. Panjabi R. Health for the Poor. Z Magazine. 2005; 18(7/8):66-69.
6. Panjabi RR. Health in Liberia: Demography, Epidemiology and Livelihoods. The Progressive Agenda. 2005 Oct 9.
7. Kraemer J, Panjabi RR. Better Ideas for Liberia. The Washington Post. 2007. Available from: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/05/23/AR2007052301427.html
8. Panjabi R, Rajkumar R, Kim JY. Universities Have a Key Role in Global Access to Medicines. Chronicle of Higher Education. 2008 Feb 22; 54(24): A32. Available from: http://www.chronicle.com/article/Universities-Have-a-Key-Role/25906.
9. Panjabi R, Gbowee L. In the Shadows of Ivory Coast’s War. The Huffington Post. 2011 May 17. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rajesh-panjabi/ivory-coast-war_b_863292.html.
10. Panjabi R. A Prescription for 1 Billion People: Go the Last Mile. Skoll World Forum. 2013 Oct 10. Available from: https://www.forbes.com/sites/skollworldforum/2013/10/10/a-prescription-for-1-billion-people-go-the-last-mile/#44634738173c.
11. Ballard M, Johnson A, Panjabi R. How do you deliver healthcare where there are no roads? Make community health workers better. The Huffington Post. 2014 Jun 27. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/madeleine-ballard/how-do-you-deliver-health_b_5538331.html.
12. Panjabi R. Ebola’s Legacy Can Be a Thriving Community Health System. 2014 Oct 3. In: Open Society Foundations Voices [internet]. New York: Open Society Foundations. Available from: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/ebola-s-legacy-can-be-thriving-community-health-system.
13. Panjabi R. 3 People Showing Us the War Against Ebola Will be Won – Not Lost. The Huffington Post. 2014 Aug 28. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/raj-panjabi/three-people-showing-us-ebola-outbreak_b_5731350.html.
14. Farmer P, Panjabi R. Ebola Does Not Need to be a Death Sentence. The Huffington Post. 2014 Oct 16. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paulfarmer/ebola-does-not-need-to-be_b_5996652.html.
15. Huber, BR. Panjabi R. Q&A: Serving the World’s Most Remote Villages. 2015 Sep 9. Available from: http://fungforum.princeton.edu/news/qa-serving-worlds-most-remote-villages.
16. Ly J, Waters A, Panjabi R. Liberia is Declared Ebola Free. We Can Do More. The Huffington Post. 2015 May 9. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/raj-panjabi/liberia-is-ebola-free-we-_b_7252770.html.
17. Panjabi R, Walker J. Investing in Community Health Workers is Essential for Preventing the Next Ebola Epidemic. The Huffington Post. 2015 Jul 16. Available from: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/raj-panjabi/new-report-shows-that-inv_b_7804992.html.
18. Panjabi R, Waters A. A Story of Love from Rivercess. Last Mile Health. 2016 Feb 2. Available from: http://lastmilehealth.org/story-love-rivercess/.
19. Panjabi R, Community Health Workers Are Vital; Governments Should Be Paying Them. TIME. 2019 Oct 24 Available from:
20. Panjabi, R. What if Jobless U.S. Workers Were Hired to Fight Coronavirus. Elemental / The Medium. 2020 March. Available from: https://elemental.medium.com/op-ed-what-if-americans-unemployed-by-coronavirus-could-be-hired-to-fight-it-8066ac4434e0
21. Panjabi, R. The job description for a COVID-19 community health worker - and how this could fight US unemployment. World Economic Forum. 2020 March. Available from: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/03/retraining-unemployed-fight-covid-19/
22. Panjabi, R and Weiss, M. Millions unemployed in the coronavirus pandemic could be retrained to fight it. Fortune. 2020 April. Avaialble from: https://fortune.com/2020/04/02/coronavirus-jobs-hiring-unemployed-health-workers-covid-19/
23. Panjabi, R and Leland, O. Lessons From Ebola: It’s Not Enough To Fight One Disease Outbreak - You Have To Build Systems That Can Prevent The Next Ones. Forbes. 2020 April. Available from: https://www.forbes.com/sites/coronavirusfrontlines/2020/04/30/lessons-from-ebola-its-not-enough-to-fight-one-disease-outbreakyou-have-to-build-systems-that-can-prevent-the-next-ones/?sh=43e323357d19
24. Panjabi, R and Qureshi, C. Expanding our health force can save lives and create jobs simultaneously. The Hill. 2020 August. Available from: https://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/511052-expanding-our-health-force-can-save-lives-and-create-jobs-simultaneously
25. Panjabi, R and Foote, W. Fighting COVID-19 where it matters most: Rural communities. Thomson Reuters Foundation. 2020 August. https://news.trust.org/item/20200825183707-b6e5f/
26. Panjabi, R. Fraying Ropes: COVID-19’s Impact on Gender Inequality. Exemplars In Global Health. 2020 September. Available from: https://www.exemplars.health/emerging-topics/epidemic-preparedness-and-response/covid-19/appendix/perspectives/thread?forumId=9&threadId=30
27. Panjabi, R. and Etiebet, M. How we stop systemic racism from killing Black mothers. USA Today. 2020 (Fall) Available from: https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/policing/2020/09/18/how-we-stop-systemic-racism-killing-black-mothers/3470971001/
28. Panjabi R, We Need More Health Workers to Prevent the Next Pandemic. TIME. 2021 Jun 9 Available from: https://time.com/6072100/health-workers-pandemic/
29. Panjabi R, The World’s First Malaria Vaccine – and What it Means for the Future of Pandemic Response. TIME. 2021 Oct 7 Available from: https://time.com/6104645/malaria-vaccine/
30. Panjabi R. COVID-19 has derailed progress on malaria -- here's what we need to do to get back on track. The Hill. 2022 Jan 18. Available from: https://thehill.com/opinion/healthcare/590267-covid-19-has-derailed-progress-on-malaria-heres-what-we-need-to-do-to-get