Publications

Research outputs of the Unit

2006 to March 2016

Peer-reviewed journal articles and research reviews
Book chapters
Research journal editorials or commentaries
Invited plenary or keynote conference addresses/lectures
Conference presentations and posters
Dissertations and theses
Technical research reports
Peer reviewed conference proceedings published
Other direct research outputs
Journal editorship
Web-based data publishing
Books: Edited Volumes
Letters
General Interest

Peer-reviewed journal articles and research reviews

2016

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2015

Alberts, M., S. A. Dikotope, et al. “Health & Demographic Surveillance System Profile: The Dikgale Health and Demographic Surveillance System.” International journal of epidemiology: dyv157. (2015). 

Arthur, S. S., B. Nyide, et al. (2015). “Tackling malnutrition: a systematic review of 15-year research evidence from INDEPTH health and demographic surveillance systems.” Global Health Action 8.

Budgell E, Cohen AL, McAnerney J, Walaza S, Madhi SA, Blumberg L, Dawood H, Kahn K, Tempia S, Venter M. 2015. Evaluation of Two Influenza Surveillance Systems in South Africa. PloS one; 10(3): e0120226.

Byass, P., C. W. Kabudula, et al. (2015). “A Successful Failure: Missing the MDG4 Target for Under-Five Mortality in South Africa.” PLoS Med 12(12): e1001926.

Byass P, Herbst K, Fottrell E, Ali MM, Odhiambo F, Amek N, Hamel MJ, Laserson KF, Kahn K, Kabudula C, Mee P, Bird J, Jakob R, Sankoh O, Tollman S. 2015. Comparing verbal autopsy cause of death findings as determined by physician coding and probabilistic modelling: a public health analysis of 54 000 deaths in Africa and Asia. Journal of Global Health; 5(1): doi: 10.7189/jogh.05.010402.

Chola L, Michalow J, et al. (2015). Reducing diarrhoa death in South Africa: cost and effects of scaling up essential interventions to prevent and treat diarrhoea in children under 5 in South Africa.BMC Public Health 15(394): doi: 10.1186/s12889-s-12015-11689-12882.

Chola L, Pillay Y, et al. (2015). “Cost and impact of scaling up interventions to save lives of mothers and children: taking South Africa closer to MDGs 4&5.” Global Health Action 8(27265).

Church K, Kiweewa F, Dasgupta A, Mlangome M, Mpandaguta E ,Gomez-Olive FXO, Oti S, Todd J, Wringe A, Guebbels A, Crampin A, Nakiyingi-Miiro J, Hayashi C, Njage M, Wagner RG, Ario AR, Makombe SD, Mugurungi O, Zaba B. 2015 A comparative analysis of national HIV policies in six African countries with generalised epidemics. Bulletin of the WHO 2014 BLT 14.1347215

Clark SJ, Gomez-Olive FX, Houle B, Thorogood M, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Angotti N, Kabudula C, Wiliams J, Menken J, Tollman S. 2015. Cardiometabolic disease risk and HIV status in rural South Africa: establishing a baseline. BMC Public Health; 15(135): doi:10.1186/s12889-015-1467-1.

Cohen C, Walaza S, Moyes J, Groome M, Tempia S, Pretorius M, Hellferscee O, Dawood H, Haffejee S, Variava E, Kahn K, Tshangela A, von Gottberg A, Wolter N, Cohen AL, Kgokong B, Venter M, Madhi S. 2015. Epidemiology of severe acute respiratory illness (SARI) among adults and children aged ≥5 years in a high HIV-prevalence setting, 2009-2011. PloS One; 10(2): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0117716.

Cohen C, Walaza S, Moyes J, Groome M, Tempia S, Pretorius M, Hellferescee O, Dawood H, Chhagan M, Naby F, Haffejee S, Variava E, Kahn K, Nzenze SA, Tshangela A, von Gottberg A, Wolter N, Cohen A, Kgokong B, Venter M, Shabir M. 2015. Epidemiology of Viral-Associated Acute Lower Respiratory Tract Infection among Children <5 Years of Age in a High HIV Prevalence Setting, South Africa, 2009-2012. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal; 34(1): DOI: 10.1097/INF.0000000000000478.

Cohen C, Moyes J, Tempia S, Groome M, Walaza S, Pretorius M, Dawood H, Chhagan M, Haffejee S, Variava E. 2015. Mortality amongst Patients with Influenza-Associated Severe Acute Respiratory Illness, South Africa, 2009-2013. PloS one; 10(3): e0118884.

Cohen, A. L., P. K. Sahr, et al. (2015). “Parainfluenza Virus Infection among HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected Children and Adults Hospitalized for Severe Acute Respiratory Illness in South Africa, 2009-2014.” Open Forum Infectious Diseases.

Garenne M. 2015. Traditional Wealth, Modern Goods, and Demographic Behavior in Rural Senegal. World Development; 72: 267-76.

Garenne, M. (2015). “Maternal mortality in Africa: investigating more, acting more.” The Lancet Global Health 3(7): e346-347.

Garenne, M. (2015). “The Difficult Task of Evaluating MDG-4 Monitoring Trends in Child Survival in Africa.” Global Pediatric Health 2: 2333794X15584622.

Gebrehiwot, T. G., M. San Sebastian, et al. (2015). “The Health Extension Program and Its Association with Change in Utilization of Selected Maternal Health Services in Tigray Region, Ethiopia: A Segmented Linear Regression Analysis.” PLoS One 10(7).

Godefay, H., P. Byass, et al. (2015). “Understanding maternal mortality from top-down and bottom-up perspectives: Case of Tigray Region, Ethiopia.” J Glob Health 5(1): 010404.

Groome MJ, Moyes J, Cohen C, Walaza S, Tempia S, Pretorius M, Hellferscee O, Chhagan M, Haffejee S, Dawood H. 2015. Human metapneumovirus-associated severe acute respiratory illness hospitalisation in HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected South African children and adults. Journal of Clinical Virology; 69: 125-32.

Gurdasani D, Carstensen T, Tekola-Ayele F, Pagani L, Tachmazidou I, Hatzikotoulas K, Karthikeyan S, Iles L, Pollard MO, Choudhury A, Ritchie GRS, Xue Y, Asimit J, Nsubuga RN, Young EH, Pomilla C, Kivinen K, Rochett K, Kamali A, Doumatey AP, Asiki G, Seeley J, Sisay-Joof F, Jallow M, Tollman S, Mekonnen E, Ekong R, Oljira T, Bradman N, Bojang K, Ramsay M, Adeyemo A, Bekele E, Motala A, Norris SA, Pirie F, Kaleebu P, Kwiatkowski D, Tyler-Smith C, Rotimi C, Zeggini E, Sandhu MS. 2015. The African Genome Variation Project shapes medical genetics in Africa. Nature; 517(7534): 327-32.

Houle B, Clark S, Kahn K, Tollman S, Yamin A. 2015. The impacts of maternal mortality and cause of death on children’s risk of dying in rural South Africa: evidence from a population based surveillance study (1992-2013). Reproductive Health; 12(Suppl 1): S7.

Houle B, Angotti N, Clark SJ, Willams J, Gómex-Olivé FX, Menken J, Kabudula C, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Tollman S. 2015. Let’s talk about sex, maybe: interviewers, repondents, and sexual behaviour reporting in rural South Africa. Field Methods; 27(2).

Hussain-Alkhateeb L, Fottrell E, Petzold M, Kahn K, Byass P. 2015. Local perceptions of causes of death in rural South Africa: a comparison of perceived and verbal autopsy causes of death. Global Health Action; 8.

Ibanez-Gonzalez, D. L. and S. M. Tollman (2015). “Clinics and Churches: lifeworlds and health-seeking practices of older women with noncommunicable disease in rural South Africa.” BMC international health and human rights 15(1): 12.

Kanamori, M., M. Carta-Pokras, et al. (2015). “Associations between orphan and vulnerable child caregiving household wealth disparities, and women’s overweight status in three Southern African countries participating in demographic health surveys.” Maternal & child nutrition 19(8): 1662-1671.

Kariuki, S. M., A. Kakooza-Mwesige, et al. (2015). “Prevalence and factors associated with convulsive status epilepticus in Africans with epilepsy.” Neurology 84(18): 1838-1845.

Leslie HH, Ahern J, Pettifor AE, Twine R, Kahn K, Gómez-Olivé FX, Lippman SA. 2015. Collective efficacy, alcohol outlet density, and young men’s alcohol use in rural South Africa. Health & Place; 34: 190-8.

Mandle J, Tugendhaft A, Michalow J, Hofman K. 2015. Nutrition labelling: a review of research on consumer and industry response in the global South. Glob Health Action; 8(25912): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v8.25912.

Maredza, M., M. Y. Bertram, et al. (2016). “Burden of stroke attributable to selected lifestyle risk factors in rural South Africa.” BMC Public Health 16(1): 1-11.

Maredza  Mandy BYM, Tollman M Stephen. 2015. Disease burden of stroke in rural South Africa: an estimate of incidence, mortality and disability adjusted life years. BMC Neurology; (15:54).

Mercer, L. D., J. Wakefield, et al. (2015). “Space–time smoothing of complex survey data: Small area estimation for child mortality.” The Annals of Applied Statistics 9(4): 1889-1905.

Miasnikof, P., V. Giannakeas, et al. (2015). “Naive Bayes classifiers for verbal autopsies: comparison to physician-based classification for 21,000 child and adult deaths.” BMC medicine 13(1): 1.

Michalow J, Chola L, McGee S, Tugendhaft A, Pattison R, Kerber K, Hofman K. 2015. Triple return on investment: the cost and impact of 13 interventions that could prevent stillbirths and save the lives of mothers and babies in South Africa. BMC Pregnancy and Childhood; 15: 39: doi:10.1186/s12884-015-0456-9.

Mojola, S. A., J. Williams, et al. (2015). “HIV after 40 in rural South Africa: A life course approach to HIV vulnerability among middle aged and older adults.” Social Science & Medicine 143: 204-212.

Moodley, G. (2015). “Obesogenic Environments: Access to and Advertising of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages in Soweto, South Africa, 2013.” Preventing chronic disease 12.
ML G. 2015. Maternal mortality in Africa: investigating more, acting more. Lancet Global Health; doi:10.1016/S2214-109X (15)00027-3.

Mugisha JO, Schatz E, et al. (2015). “Gender perspectives in care provision and care receipt among older people infected and affected by HIV in Uganda.” African Journal of AIDS Research 14(2): doi2015080610.2015082989/2016085906.2015082015.2011040805.

Murray, E., M. Fernandes, et al. (2015). “Differential effect of intrauterine growth restriction on childhood neurodevelopment: a systematic review.” British Journal of Obs & Gynae 1228(8): 1062-1072.

Murray, J., A. Cohen, et al. (2015). “Determining the Provincial and National Burden of Influenza-Associated Severe Acute Respiratory Illness in South Africa Using a Rapid Assessment Methodology.” PLoS One 10(7): e0132078.

Myers, A., D. Fig, et al. (2015). “Sugar and health in South Africa: Potential challenges to leveraging policy change.” Global Public Health: 1-18.

Nguyen, N. L., K. A. Powers, et al. (2015). “Sexual Partnership Patterns Among South African Adolescent Girls Enrolled in STI Preventions Trial Network 068: Measurement Challenges and Implications for HIV/STI Transmission.” Sexually transmitted diseases 42(11): 612-618.

Pisa PT, Pedro TM, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Pettifor JM, Norris SA. 2015. Nutrient Patterns and Their Association with Socio-Demographic, Lifestyle Factors and Obesity Risk in Rural South African Adolescents. Nutrients; 7(5): 3464-82.

Rosenberg M, Pettifor A, Miller WC, Thirumurthy H, Emch M, Afolabi S, Kahn K, Collinson M, Tollman S. 2015. Relationship between school dropout and teen pregnancy among rural South African young women. International J Epidemiol: 1-9.

Rosenberg, M., A. Pettifor, et al. “The Relationship between Alcohol Outlets, HIV Risk Behavior, and HSV-2 Infection among South African Young Women: A Cross-Sectional Study.” PLoS One 10(5): e0125510. (2015). 

Rosenberg M, Pettifor A, Lippman SA, Thirumurthy H, Emch M, Miller WC, Selin A, Francesc Xavier Gómez-Olivé, Hughes JP, Laeyendecker O, Tollman S, Kahn K. 2015. Relationship Between Community-Level Alcohol Outlet Accessibility and Individual-Level Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Infection Among Young Women in South Africa. Sexually Transmitted Diseases; 42(5): 259-65.

Rosenberg, M., A. Pettifor, et al. (2015). “Relationship between receipt of a social protection grant for a child and second pregnancy rates among South African women: A cohort study.” PLoS One 10(9): e0137352.

Pettifor, A., A. Corneli, et al. (2015). “HPTN 062: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Exploring the Effect of a Motivational-Interviewing Intervention on Sexual Behavior among Individuals with Acute HIV Infection in Lilongwe, Malawi.” PLoS One 10(5): e0124452.

Pettifor, A., S. A. Lippman, et al. (2015). “A cluster randomized-controlled trial of a community mobilization intervention to change gender norms and reduce HIV risk in rural South Africa: study design and intervention.” BMC Public Health 15(1): 1-7.

Pettifor, A., N. L. Nguyen, et al. (2015). “Tailored combination prevention packages and PrEP for young key populations.” J Int AIDS Soc 18(2Suppl 1).

Ralston, M., E. Schatz, et al. (2015). “Who Benefits—Or Does not—From South Africa’s Old Age Pension? Evidence from Characteristics of Rural Pensioners and Non-Pensioners.” International journal of environmental research and public health 13(1): 85.

Ramsay, M. and O. Sankoh (2015). “African partnerships through the H3Africa Consortium bring a genomic dimension to longitudinal population studies on the continent.” International journal of epidemiology: dyv187.

Rochat, T. J., A. X. Arteche, et al. “Maternal and child psychological outcomes of HIV disclosure to young children in rural South Africa: the Amagugu intervention.” AIDS 29 Suppl 1: S67-79. (2015). [IF 5.55]

Rodas-Perez, C., A. Clarke, et al. (2015). “Challenges for providing genetic counselling in Colombian genetic clinics: the viewpoint of the physicians providing genetic consultations.” J Community Genet 6(3): 301-311.

Schatz E, Angotti N, Madhavan S, Sennott C. 2015. Working with teams of “insiders”: qualitative approaches to data collection in the Global South. Demographic Research; 32(12): 369-96.

Tibesigwa, B., M. Visser, et al. (2015). “Investigating the sensitivity of household food security to agriculture-related shocks and the implication of social and natural capital.” Sustainability Science: 1-22.

Tugendhaft, A., M. Manyema, et al. (2015). “Cost of inaction on sugar-sweetened beverage consumption: implications for obesity in South Africa.” Public health nutrition: 1-9.

Visaya, M. V., D. Sherwell, et al. “Analysis of Binary Multivariate Longitudinal Data via 2-Dimensional Orbits: An Application to the Agincourt Health and Socio-Demographic Surveillance System in South Africa.” PLoS One 10(4): e0123812. (2015).

Wagman, J. A., R. H. Gray, et al. (2015). “Effectiveness of an integrated intimate partner violence and HIV prevention intervention in Rakai, Uganda: analysis of an intervention in an existing cluster randomised cohort.” The Lancet Global Health 3.

Wagner RG, Bottomley C, Ngugi AK, Ibinda F, Gómez-Olivé FX, Kahn K, Tollman S, Newton CR. 2015. Incidence, Remission and Mortality of Convulsive Epilepsy in Rural Northeast South Africa. PloS one; 10(6): e0129097.

Wagner, R. G., F. Ibinda, et al. (2015). “Differing Methods and Definitions Influence DALY estimates: Using Population-Based Data to Calculate the Burden of Convulsive Epilepsy in Rural South Africa.” PloS one 10(12): e0145300.

Walaza S, Tempia S, Dawood H, Variava E, Moyes J, Cohen AL, Wolter N, Groome M, von Mollendorf C, Kahn K, Pretorius M, Venter M, Madhi S, Cohen C. 2015. Influenza virus infection is associated with increased risk of death amongst patients hospitalized with confirmed pulmonary tuberculosis in South Africa, 2009-2011. BMC Infectious Diseases; 15(26): doi:10.1186/s12879-015-0746-x.

Watts, N., W. N. Adger, et al. (2015). “Health and climate change: policy responses to protect public health.” The Lancet 10.1016/S0140-6736(15)60854-6.

2014

Adedokun B, Nyasulu P, Maseko F, Adedini S, Akinyemi J, Afolabi S, de Wet N, Sulaimon A, Sambai C, Utembe W, Opiyo R, Awotidebe T, Chirwa E, Nabakwe E, Niragire F, Uwizeye D, Niwemahoro C, Kamndaya M, Mwakalinga V, Otwombe K. 2014. Sharing perspectives and experiences or doctoral fellows in the first cohort for Advanced Research Training in Africa 2011-2014 Global Health Action; 7(25127): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25127.

Alaba O, Chola L. 2014. Socioeconomic inequalities in adult obesity prevalence in South Africa: a decomposition analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health; 11(3): 3387-406.

Ameh S, Gomez-Olive FX, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Klipstein-Grobusch K. 2014. Predictors of Health Care use by Adults 50 years and over in a rural South African setting. Glob Health Action; 7(24771): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.24771.

Angotti N, Sennott C. 2014. Implementing “insider ethnography” lessons from the conversations about HIV/Aids project in rural South Africa. Qualitative Research: doi: 10.1177/1468794114543402.

Bocquier P, Collinson M, Clark S, Gerritsen A, Kahn K, Tollman S. 2014. Ubiquitous burden: the contribution of migration to AIDS and tuberculosis in rural South Africa. African Population Studies; 28(1): 691-701.

Byass P. 2014. Usefulness of population health metrics research consortium gold standard verbal autopsy data for general verbal autopsy methods. BMC Medicine; 12(23): doi:10.1186/741-7015-12-23.

Byass P, de Savigny D, Lopez AD. 2014. Essential evidence for guiding health system proirities and policies: anticipating epidemiological transition in Africa. Glob Health Action; 7(23359): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.23359.

Carstens N, Crowther N, Gomez-Olive FX, Halzelhurst SE, Jentsch U, Kahn K, Lombard Z, Norris SA, Ramsey M, Sankoh O, Soodyall H, Tollman SM, Wade AN, Rotimi, et al. 2014. Enabling the genomic revolution in South Africa. Science; 344(6190): 1346-8. 

Clark SJ, Houle B. 2014. Validation, Replication, and Sensitivity Testing of Heckman-Type Selection Models to Adjust Estimates of HIV Prevalence. PloS One; 9(11): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0112563.

Cohen AL, Helferscee O, Pretorius M, Treurnicht F, Walaza S, Madhi S, Groome M, Dawood H, Variava E, Kahn K, Wolter M, von Gottberg A, Tempia S, Venter M, Cohen C. 2014. Epidemiology of influenza types and subtypes in South Africa, 2009-2012. Emerging Infectious Diseases; 20(7): 1162-9.

Collinson M, White MJ, Bocquier P, McGarvey S, Afolabi S, Clark S, Kahn K, Tollman S. 2014. Migration and the epidemiological transition: insights from the Agincourt sub-district of northeast South Africa. Glob Health Action; 7(23514): 122-36.

Desai M, Buff AM, Khagayi S, Byass P, Amek N, van Eijk A, Slutsker L, Vulule J, Odihiambo FO, Phillips-Howard PA, Lindblade KA, Laserson KF, MJ H. 2014. Age-specific malaria mortality rates in the KEMRI/CDC Health and Demographic Surveillance System in Western Kenya, 2003-2010. PLoS One; 9: e106197.

Desai N, Aleksandrowicz L, Miasnikof P, Lu Y, Leitao J, Byass P, Tollman S, Mee P, Alam D, Rathi S, Singh A, Kumar R, Ram F, Jha P. 2014. Performance of four computer-coded verbal autopsy methods for cause of death assignment compared with physician coding on 24 000 deaths in low- and middle- income countries. BMC Medicine; 12(20): doi:10.1186/741-7015-12-20.

Draper CE, Micklesfield L, Kahn K, Tollman S, Pettifor J, Dunger D, Norris SA. 2014. Application of intervention mapping to develop a community-based promotion pre-pregnancy intervention for adolescent girls in rural South Africa: Project Ntshembo (Hope). BMC Public Health; 14(Supp 2): S5.

Fotrell E, Högberg U, Ronsmans C, Osrin D, Azad K, Nair N, Meda N, Ganaba R, Goufodji S, Byass P, Filippi V. 2014. A probailistics method to estimate the burden of maternal morbidity in resource-poor settings: preliminary development and evaluation. Emerging Themes in Epidemiology; 11(3).

Gaziano T, Bertram M, Tollman SM, Hofman K. 2014. Hypertension education and adherence in South Africa: a cost-effectiveness analysis of community health workers. BMC Public Health; 14(1): doi:10.1186/471-2458-14-240.

Geary RS, Gomez-olive FX, Kahn K, Tollman S, Norris SA. 2014. Barriers to and facilitators of the provision of a youth-friendly health services programme in rural South Africa. BMC Health Services Research; 14(259): doi:10.1186/472-6963-14-259.

Godefay H, Abrha A, Kinsman J, Myleus A, Byass P. 2014. Undertaking cause-specific mortality measurement in an unregistered population: an example from Tigray Region, Ethiopia. Global Health Action; 5 (25264): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25264.

Gomez-Olive FX, Thorogood M, Bocquier P, Mee P, Kahn K, Berkman L, Tollman S. 2014. Social conditions and disability related to mortality of older people in rural South Africa. International J Epidemiol; 43(5): doi.10.1093/IJE/dyu093.

Groome MJ, PageN, Cortese MM, Moyes J, Zar HJ, Kapongo CN, Mulligan C, Diederiscks R, Cohen C FJ, Seheri M, Mphahlele J, Walaza S, Kahn K, Chhagan M, Steele AD, Parashar UD, Zell ER, Madhi S. 2014. Effectiveness of monovalent human rotavirus vaccine against admission to hospital for acute rotavirus diarrhoea in South African children: a case-control study. Lancet Infectious Disease; 14(11): 1096-104.

Hall CS, Fottrell E, Wilkinson S, Byass P. 2014. Assessing the impact of mHealth interventions in low- and middle-income countries – what has been shown to work? Glob Health Action; 7(25606).

Handa S, Halpern CT, Pettifor A, Thirumurthy H. 2014. The Government of Kenya’s Cash Transfer Program Reduces the Risk of Sexual Debut among Young People Age 15-25. PLoS One; 9(1): DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0085473.

Hirve S. 2014. In general, how do you feel today?- self-rated health in the context of aging in India. Glob Health Action; 7(23421): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.23421.

Hirve S, Oud JHL, Sambhudas S, Juvekar S, Blomstedt Y, Tollman S, Wall S, N N. 2014. Unpacking self-rated health and quality of life in older adults and elderly in India: a structural equation modelling approach. Social Research Indicators; 117: 105-19.

Hirve S, Verdes E, Lele P, Juvekar S, Blomstedt Y, Tollman S, Wall S, Chatterji S, Ng N. 2014. Evaluating reporting heterogeneity in self-rated health amongst adults aged 50 years and above in India: an anchoring vignettes analytic approach. Journal of Aging and Health; 26(6): doi:10.1177.0898264314535634.

Hofman K, Cook C, Levitt N. 2014. Preventing diabetic blindness. SAMJ; 104(10): 661-2.

Houle B, Clark SJ, Gomez-Olive FX, Kahn K, Tollman S. 2014. The unfolding counter-transition in Rural South Africa: Mortality and Cause of Death 1994-2009. PloS One; 9(6): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0100420.

Howard LM, Molyneaux E, Dennis C-L, Rochat T, Stein A, Milgrom J. 2014. Non-psychotic mental disorders in the perinatal period. The Lancet; 384: 1775-88.

Ibanez-Gonzalez. 2014. Perspectives on healthcare, chronic non-communicable disease, and healthworlds in an urban and rural setting. Global Health Action; 7(25317): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25317.

Ibisomi L, Williams J, Collinson M, Tollman S. 2014. The stall in fertility decline in rural, northeast, South Africa: the contribution of a self-settled Mozambican sub-population. African Population Studies; 28(1): 590-600.

Jack H, Wagner R, Petersen I, Thom R, Newton CR, Stein A, Kahn K, Tollman S, Hofman K. 2014. Closing the mental health treatment gap in South Africa: a review of costs and cost-effectiveness. Glob Health Action; 7(23431): 137-47.

JaenischT, Junghanss T, Wills B, Brady OJ, Eckerle I, Farlow A, Hay SI, Mccall PJ, Messina JP, Ofula V, Sall AA, Sakuntabhai A, Velayudhan R, Wint GRW, Zeller H, Margolis HS, Sankoh O, Group atDiAS. 2014. Dengue Expansion in Africa- Not Recognised or Not Happening? Emerging Infectious Diseases; 20(10): DOI: 10.3201/eid2010.140487.

Joubert J, Bradshaw D, Kabudula C, Rao C, Kahn K, Mee P, Tollman S, Lopez AD, Vos T. 2014. Record-linkage comparison of verbal autopsy and routine civil registration death certificate in rural north-east South Africa: 2006-2009. International J Epidemiol; (1-14): doi: 10.1093/ije/dyu156.

Kabudula C, Clark B, Gomez-Olive FX, Tollman S, Menken J, Reniers G. 2014. The promise of record linkage for assessing the uptake of health services in resource constrained settings: a pilot study from South Africa. BMC Medical Research Methodology; 14(71): doi:10.1186/471-2288-14-71.

Kabudula C, Joubert JD, Tuoane-Nkhasi M, Kahn K, Rao C, Gómez-Olivé FX, Mee P, Tollman S, Lopez AD, Vos T, Bradshaw D. 2014. Evaluation of record linkage of mortality data between a health and demographic surveillance system and national civil registration system in South Africa. Population Health Metrics; 12(23): doi:10.1186/s12963-014-0023-z.

Kabudula C, Tollman S, Mee P, Ngobeni S, Silaule B, Gómex-Olivé FX, Collinson M, Kahn K, Byass P. 2014. Two decades of mortality change in rural northeast South Africa. Glob Health Action; 7(25596): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25596.

Kamuyu G, Bottomley C, Mageto J, Lowe B, Wilkins PP, Noh JC, Nutman TB, Ngugi AK, Odhiambo R, Wagner GR, Kakooza-Mwesige A, Owusu-Agyei A, Ae-Ngibise K, group oboSoEiDSS. 2014. Exposure to Multiple Parasites in associated with the prevalence of active convulsive epilepsy in sub-Saharan Africa. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases; 2014(8): 5.

Kariuki SM, Matuja W, Akpalu A, Chabi M, Wagner RG, Connor M, Chengo E, Ngugi AK, Odhiambo R, Bottomley C, White S, Josemir W, Sander BGR, Neville CR, Newton JC, (on behalf on the SEEDS group). 2014. Clinical features, proximate causes and consequences of active convulsive epilepsy in Africa. Epilepsia; 55(1): 76-85.

Krishan A, Ng N, Byass P, Pandav CS, Kapoor SK. 2014. Sex-specific trends in under-five mortality in rural Ballabgarh. Indian Pediatrics; 51: 48-51.

Krishnan A, Amarchand R, Byass P, Pandav C, Ng N. 2014. “No one says “No” to money”- a mixed methods approach for evaluating conditional cash transfer schemes to improve girl children’s status in Harynana, India. International Journal for Equity in Health; 13(11): doi:10.1186/475-9276-13-11.

Leitao J, Desai N, Aleksandrowicz L, Byass P, Miasnikof P, Tollman S, Alam D, Lu Y, Rathi S, Singh A, Wilson S, Ram F, Jha P. 2014. Comparison of physical-certified verbal autopsy with computer-coded verbal autopsy for cause of death assignment in hospitalised patients in low- and middle-income countries: systematic review. BMC Medicine; 12(22): doi.10.1186/741-7015-12-23.

Madhavan S, Crowell J. 2014. Who would you like to be like? Family, village and national role models among black youth in Rural South Africa. Journal of Adolescent Health 8(2): 747-76.

Madhavan S, Mee P, Collinson M. 2014. Kinship in Practice: Spatial Distribution of Children’s Kin Networks. Journal of Southern African Studies; 40(2): 401-18.

Madhavan S, Richter L, Norris SA. 2014. Father contact following union dissolution for low-income children in urban South Africa. Journal of Family Issues.

Manyema M, Veerman  JL, Chola L, Tugendhaft A, Sartorius B, Labadarios D, Hofman KJ. 2014. The potential impact of a 20% tax on sugar-sweetened beverages on Obesity in South African Adults: A Mathematical Model. PLoS Med; 9(8): e105287. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0105287.

McParland D, Gormley IC, Clark SJ, McCormick TH, Kabudula CW. 2014. Clustering South African households based on their asset status using latent variable models. Annals of Applied Statistics; 8(2): 747-76.

Mee P, Collinson MA, Madhavan S, Kabudula C, Gómex-Olivé FX, Kahn K, Tollman SM, Hargreaves J, Byass P. 2014. Determinants of the risk of dying of HIV in a rural South African community over the period of the decentralised roll-out of antiretroviral therapy: a longitudinal study. Global Health Action; 7(24826).

Mee P, Collinson MA, Madhavan S, Root ED, Tollman S, Byass P, Kahn K. 2014. Evidence for localised HIV related  micro-epidemics associated with the decentralised provision of antiretroviral treatment in rural South Africa:  a spatial-temporal analysis of changing mortality patterns (2007 – 2010). The Journal of Global Health; 4(1): doi.10.7189/jogh.04.010403.

Mee P, Wagner R, Gómex-Olivé FX, Kabudula C, Madhavan S, Collinson MA, Byass P, Tollman S. 2014. Changing use of traditional healthcare amongst those dying of HIV related disease and TB in rural South Africa from 2003 – 2011: a retrospective cohort study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 14: 504.

Micklesfield L, Pedro TM, Kahn K, Kinsman J, Pettifor JM, Tollman S, Norris SA. 2014. Physical activity and sedentary behavior among adolescents in rural South Africa: Levels, patterns and correlates. BMC Public Health; 14(40): doi:10.1186/471-2458-14-40.

Mossong J, Byass P, Herbst K. 2014. Who died of what in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a cause of death analysis using InterVA-4. Glob Health Action; 7(25496): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25496.

Mwita CC, Kajia D, Gwer S, Etyang A, Newton C. 2014. Accurancy of clinical stroke scores for distinguishing stroke subtypes in resource poor settings: A systematic review of diagnostic test accuracy. Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice; 5(4): 330-9.

Nawrotzki R, Robson K, Gutilla MJ, Hunter LM, Twine W, Norlund P. 2014. Exploring the impact of the 2008 global food crisis on food security among vulnerable households in rural South Africa. Food Security; 6: 283-97.

Ndila C, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Nyirongo V, Makazi A, Kosgei P, Nyutu G, Macharia A, Kapesa S, Byass P, Williams TN. 2014. Causes of death among persons of all ages within the Kilifi Health and Demographic Surveillance System, Kenya, determined from verbal autopsies interpreted using the InterVA-4 model. Glob Health Action; 7(25590).

Ndila C, Bauni E, Nyirongo V, Mochamah G, Makazi A, Kosgei P, Nyutu G, Macharia A, Kapesa S, Byass P, Williams TN. 2014. Verbal autopsy as a tool for identifying children dying of sickle cell disease: a validation study conducted in Kilifi district, Kenya. BMC Medicine 12: 65.

Nzenze SA, Shiri T, Nunes MC, Klugman KP, Kahn K, Twine R, de Gouveia L, von Gottberg A, Madhi SA. 2014. Temporal association of infant immunization with pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on the ecology of Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae and Staphylococcus aureus nasopharyngeal colonization in a rural South African community. Vaccine; 42(5520-5530).

Pantazis A, Clark SJ. 2014. Male and female fertility in Zambia. Demographic Research; 30(14): 413-28.

Pedro TM, Kahn K, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Norris SA. 2014. Under-and overnutrition and evidence of metabolic disease risk in rural black South African children and adolescents. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 27(4): 194-200.

Pereira LM, Cuneo N, Twine W. 2014. Food and cash: understanding the role of the retail sector in rural food security in South Africa. Food Security; 6: 339-57.

Phillips-Howard PA, Laserson KF, Amek N, Benyon CM, Khagayi S, Byass P, Hamel MJ, van Eijk AM, Zielinski-Gutierrez E, Slutsker L, De Cock KM, Vululue J, Odhiambo FO. 2014. Deaths ascribed to non-communicable diseases among rural Kenyan adults are proportionately increasing: evidence from a health and demographic surveillance system 2003-2010. PLoS One; 9: e114010.

Rosenberg M, Pettifor A, Thiramurthy H, Halpern CT. 2014. The impact of a national poverty reduction program on the characteristics of sex partners among Kenyan adolescents. AIDS Behaviour; 18: 311-6.

Sankoh O, Arthur SS, Nyide B, Weston M. 2014. The history and impact of HIV & AIDS. A decade of INDEPTH research. HIV & AIDS Review 13: 78-84.

Sankoh O, Byass P. 2014. Cause-specific mortality at INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance System Sites in Africa and Asia: concluding synthesis. Glob Health Action; 7(25590): – http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25590.

Sankoh O, Sharrow D, Herbst AJ, Kabudula C, Alam N, Kant S, Ravn H, Bhuiya A, Thi Vui L, Darikwa T, Gyapong M, Jasseh M, Thi Kim NC, Abdullah S, Crampin A, Ojal J, Owusu-Agyei A, Odhiambo F, Urassa M, Streatfield K, Shimada M, Sacoor C, Beguy D, Derra K, Wak G, Daelaunay V, Sie A, Soura A, Diallo D, Wilopo S, Masanja H, Bonfoh B, Phuanukoonnon S, Clark SJ. 2014. The INDEPTH standard population for low- and middle-income countries, 2013. Global Health Action; 7: 23286 – http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.

Sankoh O, Welaga P, Debpuur C, Zandoh C, Gyaase S, Poma MA, Mutua MK, Hanifi SMMA, Martin C, Nebie E, Kagone M, Emina JBO, Aaby P. 2014. The non-specific effects of vaccines and other childhood interventions: The contribution of INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems. International J Epidemiol; 45(3): 645-53.

Santosa A, Wall S, Fottrell E, Hoberg U, Byass P. 2014. The development and experience of epidemiological transition theory over four decades: a systematic review. Glob Health Action; 7(23431).

Sartorius K, Sartorius B, Tollman S, Schatz E, Kirsten J, Collinson M. 2014. The dynamics of household dissolution and change in socio- economic position: a survival model in a rural South Africa. Development Southern Africa; 31(6): 775-95  DOI: 1080/0376835X.2014.95199.

Schatz E, Gilbert L. 2014. “My legs affect me a lot…I can no longer walk to the forest to fetch firewood”: Challenges related to health and performance of daily tasks for older women in a high HIV context. Health Care for Women International 35(7-9): 10.1080/07399332.2014.900064.

Schatz E, Madhavan S, Collinson M, Gomez-Olive FX, Ralston M. 2014. Dependent or Productive? A new approach to understanding the social positioning of older South Africans through living arrangements. Research on Ageing; 1-25: DOI: 10.1177/0164027514545976.

Sedibe HM, Kahn K, Edin K, Gitau TM, Ivarsson A, Norris SA. 2014. Qualitative study exploring healthy eating practices and physical activity among adolescent in rural South Africa. BMC Pediatrics; 14(211): doi:10.1186/471-2431-14-211.

Sharrow DJ, Clark SJ, Raftery AE. 2014. Modelling Age-Specific Mortality for Countries with generalized HIV Epidemics. PLoS One; 9(5): e96447. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096447.

Stein A, Pearson RM, Goodman SH, Rapa E, Rahman A, McCallum M, Howard LM, Pariante CM. 2014. Effects of perinatal mental disorders on the fetus and child. The Lancet; 384: 1800-19.

Streatfield K, Alam N, Compaoré Y, Rossier C, Soura AB, Bonfoh B, Jaeger F, Ngoran EK, Utzinger J, Gomez P, Jasseh M, Ansah A, Debpuur C, Oduro A, Williams J, Addei S, Gyapong M, Kukula VA, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Ndila C, Williams TN, Desai M, Moige H, Odhiambo F, Ogwang S, Beguy D, Ezeh A, Oti S, Chihana M, Crampin A, Price A, Delaunay V, Diallo A, Douillot L, Sokhna C, Collinson M, Kahn K, Tollman S, Herbst K, Mossong J, Emina JB, Sankoh OA, Byass P. 2014. Pregnancy-related mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance System sites. Glob Health Action; 7(25368): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25368.

Streatfield K, Kahn WA, Bhuiya A, Hanifi SMA, Alam N, Diboulo E, Síe A, Yé M, Compaoré Y, Soura AB, Bonfoh B, Jaeger F, Ngoran EK, Utzinger J, Melaku YA, Mulugeta A, Weldearegawi B, Gomez P, Jasseh M, Hodgson A, Oduro A, Welega P, Williams J, Awini E, Binka F, Gyapong M, Kant S, Misra P, Srivastava R, Chaudhary B, Juvekar S, Wahab A, Wilopo S, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Ndila C, Williams TN, Hamel MJ, Lindblade KM, Odhiambo F, Slutsker L, Ezeh A, Kyobutungi C, Wamukoya M, Delaunay V, Diallo A, Douillot L, Sokhna C, Gómez-Olivé FX, Kabudula C, Mee P, Herbst K, Mossong J, Chuc NT, Arthur SS, Sankoh OA, Tanner M, Byass P. 2014. Malaria mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH health and demographic surveillance system sites. Glob Health Action; 7(25369): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25369.

Streatfield K, Khan WA, Bhuiya A, Hanifi SMA, Alam N, Diboulo E, Niamba L, Síe A, Lankoandé B, Millogo R, Soura AB, Bonfoh B, Kone S, Ngoran EK, Utzinger J, Ashebir Y, Melaku YA, Weldearegawi B, Gomez P, Jasseh M, Azongo D, Oduro A, Wak G, Wontuo P, Attaa-Pomaa M, Gyapong M, Manyeh AK, Kant S, Misra P, Rai SK, Juvekar S, Patil R, Wahab A, Wilopo S, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Ndila C, Williams TN, Khaggayi C, Nyaguara A, Obor D, Odhiambo F, Chihana M, Crampin A, Collinson M, Kabudula C, Wagner R, Herbst K, Mossong J, Emina JB, Sankoh OA, Byass P. 2014. Mortality from external causes in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance System Sites. Glob Health Action; 7(25366): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25366.

Streatfield K, Khan WA, Bhuiya A, Hanifi SMA, Alam N, Ouattara M, Sanou A, Síe A, Lankoandé B, Soura AB, Bonfoh B, Jaeger F, Ngoran EK, Utinger J, Abreha L, Melaku YA, Weldearegawi B, Ansah A, Hodgson A, Oduro A, Welega P, Gyapong M, Narh CT, Narh-Bana SA, Kant S, Misra P, Rai SK, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Ndila C, Williams TN, Hamel MJ, Ngulukyo E, Odhiambo F, Sewe M, Beguy D, Ezeh A, Oti S, Diallo A, Douillot L, Sokhna C, Delaunay V, Collinson MA, Kabudula C, Kahn K, Herbst K, Mossong J, Chuc NT, Bangha M, Sankoh O, Byass P. 2014. Cause-specific childhood mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH health and demographic surveillance system sites. Global Health Action; 7(25363): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25363.

Streatfield KP, Khan WA, Bhuiya A, Alam N, Síe A, Soura AB, Bonfoh B, Ngoran EK, Weldearegawi B, Jasseh M, Oduro A, Gyapong M, Kant S, Juvekar S, Wilopo S, Williams TN, Odhiambo F, Beguy D, Ezeh A, Kyobutungi C, Crampin A, Delaunay V, Tollman S, Herbst K, Chuc NT, Sankoh OA, Tanner M, Byass P. 2014. Cause-specific mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH health and demographic surveillance system sites. Global Health Action; 7(25362): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25362.

Streatfield KP, Khan WA, Bhuiya A, Hanifi SMA, Alam N, Bagagnan CH, Síe A, Zabré P, Lankoandé B, Rossier C, Soura AB, bonfoh B, Kone S, Ngoran EK, Utzinger J, Haile F, Melaku YA, Weldearegawi B, Gomez P, Jasseh M, Ansah P, Debpuur C, Oduro A, Wak G, Adjei A, Gyapong M, Sarpong D, Kant S, Puneet M, Rai SK, Juvekar S, Lele P, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Ndila C, Williams TN, Laserson KF, Nyaguara A, Odhiambo F, Phillips-Howard P, Ezeh A, Kyobutungi C, Oti S, Crampin A, Nyirenda M, Price A, Delaunay V, Diallo A, Douillot L, Sokhna C, Gómez-Olivé FX, Kahn K, Tollman S, Herbst K, Mossong J, Chuc NT, Bangha M, Sankoh O, Byass P. 2014. Adult non-communicable disease mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance System sites. Glob Health Action; 7(25365): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25365.

Streatfield KP, Khan WA, Bhuiya A, Hanifi SMA, Alam N, Millogo R, Síe A, Zabré P, Rossier C, Soura AB, Bonfoh B, Kone S, Ngoran EK, Utzinger J, Abera SF, Melaku YA, Weldearegawi B, Gomez P, Jasseh M, Ansah P, Azongo D, Kondayire F, Oduro A, Amu A, Gyapong M, Kwarteng O, Kant S, Pandav CS, Rai SK, Juvekar S, Muralidharan V, Wahab A, Wilopo S, Bauni E, Mochamah G, Ndila C, Williams TN, Khagayi S, Laserson KF, Nyaguara A, Van Eihk AM, Ezeh A, Kyobutungi C, Wamukoya M, Chihana M, Crampin A, Price A, Delaunay V, Diallo A, Douillot L, Sokhna C, Gómez-Olivé FX, Mee P, Tollman S, Herbst K, Mossong J, Chuc NT, Arthur SS, Sankoh O, Byass P. 2014. HIV/AIDS-related mortality in Africa and Asia: evidence from INDEPTH health and demographic surveillance system sites. Glob Health Action; 7(25370): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.25370.

Stuttaford M, Makhamreh SA, Coomans F, Harrington J, Himonga C, Lewando Hundt G. 2014. The right to traditional, complementary and alternative health care. Global Health Action; 7(24121): http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/gha.v7.24121.

Thorogood M, Goudge J, Bertram M, Chirwa T, Eldridge S, Gómez-Olivé XF, Limbani F, Musenge E, Myakayaka N, Tollman S, Twine R. 2014. The Nkateko health service trial to improve hypertension management in rural South Africa: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials; 15(435): doi:10.1186/745-6215-15-435.

Todd J, Slaymaker E, Mahy M, Byass P, Zaba B. 2014. Measuring HIV-related mortality in the first decade of anti-retroviral therapy therapy in sub-Saharan Africa. Glob Health Action; 7(24787): doi.10.3402/gha.vav7.24787.

Tugendhaft A, Hofman K. 2014. Empowering health food and beverage choices in the workplace. Occupational Health Southern Africa; 20(5): 6-8.

van Heerden AC, Norris SA, Tollman SA, Richter LM. 2014. Collecting health research data: Comparing mobile phone- assisted personal interviewing to paper- and- pen data collection.  Field Methods: DOI 10.1177/1525822×135181814.

van Heerden AC, Norris SA, Tollman SM, Stein A, Richter L. 2014. Field lessons from the delivery of questionnaires to young adults using mobile phones. Social Science Computer Review; 32(1): 105-12.

Verkijl N, Richter L, Norris SA, Stein A, Avan B, Ramchandani PG. 2015. Postnatal depressive symptoms and child psychological development at 10 years: a prospective study of longitudinal data from the South African Birth to Twenty cohort. Lancet Psychiatry; 1: 454-60.

Volmink H, Bertam MY, Jina R, Wade AN, Hofman KJ. 2014. Applying a private sector capitation model to the management of type 2 diabetes in the South African public sector: a cost-effectiveness analysis. BMC Public Health Services Research; 14(444): doi:10.1186/472-6963-14-444.

Wagner RG, Ngugi AK, Twine R, Bottomley C, Kamuyu G, Gomez-Olive FX, Connor MD, Collinson MA, Kahn K, Tollman S, Newton C. 2014. Prevalence and risk factors for active convulsive epilepsy in rural northeast South Africa. Epilepsy Research; 108(4 ): 782-91.

Wesson HKH, Boikhutso N, Bachani AM, Hofman K, Hyder AA. 2014. The cost of injury and trauma care in low-and middle-income countries: A review of economic evidence. Health Policy Planning; 29(6): 795-808.

Wolter N, Cohen C, Tempia S, Madhi SA, Venter M, Moyes J, Walaza S, Kgokong BM, Groome M, du Plessis M, Pretorius M, Dawood H, Kahn K, Variava E, Klugman KP, von Gottberg A. 2014. HIV and Influenza virus infection are associated with increased blood pneumococcal load: A prospective, hospital-based observational study in South Africa 2009-2011. Journal of Infectious Diseases; 209: 56-65.

Wolter N, Tempia S, Cohen C, Madhi SDA, Venter M, Moyes J, Walaza S, Kgokong BM, Groome M, du Plessis M, Magomani, Dawood H, Kahn K, Variava E, Klugman KP, von Gottberg A. 2014. High nasopharyngeal pneumococcal density, increased by viral co-infection, is associated with invasive pneumococcal pneumonia. Journal of Infectious Diseases; 210(10): 1649-57  doi.10.093/infdis/jiu326.

2013

Adair LS, Fall CH, Osmond C, Stein AD, Matorell R, Ramirez-Zea M, Sachdev HS, Dahly DL, Bas I, Norris SA, Micklesfield L, Hallah P, Victora CG, for the COHORTS group. 2013. Associations of linear growth and relative weight gain during early life with adult health and human capital in countries of low and middle income: findings from five birth cohort studies. Lancet; 6736(13): 1-9.

Arthur S, Bangha M, Sankoh O. 2013. Review of contributions from HDSSs to research in sexual and reproductive health in low- and middle-income countries. Tropical Medicine & International Health; 18(12): 1463-87.

Bertram MY, Jaswal AVS, van Wyk VP, Levitt NS, Hofman KJ. 2013. The non-fatal disease burden caused by type 2 diabetes in South Africa, 2009. Global Health Action; 6(19244 Supplement 1): 206-12. [PMCID 3556685]

Bertram MY, Katzenellenbogun JM, Vos T, Bradshaw D, Hofman K. 2013. The disability adjusted life years due to stroke in South Africa. Journal of Stroke; 8: 76-80.

Bhatt S, Gething PW, Brady OJ, Messina JP, Farlow AW, Moyes CL, Drake JM, Brownstein JS, Hoen AG, Sankoh O, Myers MF, George DB, Jaenisch T, Wint GRW, Simmons CP, Scott TW, Farrar JJ, Hay SI. 2013. The global distribution and burden of dengue. Nature; 496(7446): 504-7.

Byass P, Calvert C, Miiro-Nakiyingi J, Lutalo T, Michael D, Crampin A, Gregson S, Takaruza A, Robertson L, Herbst K. 2013. InterVA-4 as a public health tool for measuring HIV/AIDS mortality: a validation study from five African countries. Global Health Action; 6(22448).

Byass P, de Courten M, Graham WJ, Laflamme L, McCaw-Binns A, Sankoh OA, Tollman SM, Zaba B. 2013. Reflections on the global burden of disease 2010 estimates. PLoS Medicine; 10(7): e1001477.

Chandramohan D, Byass P, Jakob R, Bundhamcharoen K, Choprapawon C, de Savigny D, Fotrell E, Franca E, Froen F, Gewaifel G, Hodgson A, Hounton S, Kahn K, Krishan A, Kumar R, Masania H, Nichols E, Notzon F, Rasooly MH, Sankoh O, Spiegel P, AbouZahr C, Amexo M, Kebede D, Alley WS, Marinho F, Ali M, Loyola E, Chickersal J, Gao J, Annunziata G, Bahl R, Bartolomeus K, Boerma T, Ustun B, Chou D, Muhe L, Mathai M. 2013. Revising the WHO verbal autopsy instrument to facilitate routine cause of death monitoring. Glob Health Action; 6(21518): doi:10.3402/gha.v6i0.21518.

Clark SJ, Kahn K, Houle B, Arteche A, Collinson MA, Tollman SM, Stein A. 2013. Young children’s probability of dying before and after their mother’s death: A rural South African population-based surveillance study. PLoS Medicine; 10(3): e1001409. [PMCID 3608552]

Clouse K, Pettifor A, Shearer K, Maskew M, Bassett J, Larson B, Van Rie A, Sanne I, Fox MP. 2013. Loss to follow-up before and after delivery among women testing HIV positive during pregnancy in Johannesburg, South Africa. Tropical Medicine International Health; 18(4): 451-60.

Cohen C, Moyes J, Tempia S, Groom M, Walaza S, Pretorius M, Dawood H, Chhagan M, Haffejee S, Variava E, Kahn K, Tshangela A, von Gottberg A, Wolter N, Cohen N, Cohen AL, Kgolog B, Venter M, Madhi SA. 2013. Severe influenza-associated lower respiratory tract infection in a high HIV-prevalence setting-South Africa, 2009-2011. Emerging Infectious Diseases 19(11): 1766–74.

Cortina M, Fazel M, Hlungwani TM, Kahn K, Tollman S, Borja MC, Stein A. 2013. Childhood psychological problems in school settings in rural Southern Africa. PLoS One; 8(6): e65041.

de Jager P, Singh E, Kistnasamy B, Betram MY. 2013. Cost and cost-effectiveness of conventional and liquid-based cytology in South Africa: A laboratory service provider perspective. South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology; 19(2): 44-8.

Edin K, Nilsson B. 2013. Between desire and rape-narratives about being intimate partners and becoming pregnant in a violent relationship. Glob Health Action; 6: 20984.

Escobar MMA, Veerman  JL, Tollman S, Bertram M, Hofman K. 2013. Evidence that a tax on sugar sweetened beverages reduces the obesity rate: a meta analysis. BMC Public Health; 13(1072): doi:10.1186/471-2458-13-1072.

French DP, Wade AN, Farmer AJ. 2013. Predicting self-care behaviours of patients with type 2 diabetes: The importance of beliefs about behaviour, not just beliefs about illness. Journal of Psychosomatic Research; 74(4): 327-33.

Garenne M, Kahn K, Collinson M, Gomez-Olive FX, Tollman S. 2013. Protective effect of pregnancy in rural South Africa: Questioning the concept of “indirect cause” of maternal death. PLoS One; 8(5): e64414. [PMCID 3652829]

Garenne M, Kahn K, Collinson MA, Gomez-Olive FX, Tollman S. 2013. Maternal mortality in rural South Africa: the impact of case definition on levels and trends. Int Jnr of Women’s Health 2013(5): 457-63.

Gaydosh L, Reniers G, Helleringer S. 2013. Partnership concurrency and coital frequency. AIDs Behaviour; 17(7): 2376-85.

Gerritsen A, Bocquier P, White M, Mbacké C, Nurul A, Beguy D, Odhiambo F, Sacoor C, Phuc HD, Punpuing S, Collinson M. 2013 Health and demographic surveillance systems: contributing to an understanding of the dynamics in migration and health. Global Health Action; 6(21496): doi:10.3402/gha.v6i0.21496.

Gomez-Olive FX, Angotti N, Houle B, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Kabudula C, Menken J, Williams J, Tollman S, Clark SJ. 2013. Prevalence of HIV among those 15 and older in rural South Africa. Aids Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV; 25(9): 1122-8.

Gomez-Olive FX, Thorogood M, Clark B, Kahn K, Tollman S. 2013. Self-reported health and health care use in an aging population in the Agincourt sub-district of rural South Africa. Global Health Action; 6(supplement 1): 1-11. [PMCID 3556700]

Hirve S, Gomez-Olive FX, Oti S, Debpuur C, Juvekar S, Tollman S, Blomstedt Y, Wall S, Ng N. 2013. Use of anchoring vignette to evaluate health reporting behavior amongst adults aged 50 years and above in Africa and Asia-testing assumptions. Global Health Action; 6(21064).

Hirve S, Oud JHL, Sambhudas S, Juvekar S, Blomstedt Y, Tollman S, Wall S, Ng N. 2013. Unpacking self-rated health and quality of life in older adults and elderly in India: A structural equation modelling approach. Social Indicators Research; 117: 105-19.

Hofman K, Blomstedt Y, Addei S, Kalage R, Maredza M, Sankoh O, Bertram M, Kahn K, Becher H, Haafkens J, Kinsman J. 2013. Addressing research capacity for health equity and the social determinants of health in three African countries: The INTREC programme. Global Health Action; 6(19668). [PMCID 3617877]

Houle B, Stein A, Kahn K, Madhavan S, Collinson M, Tollman SM, Clark SJ. 2013. Household context and child mortality in rural South Africa: The effects of birth spacing, shared mortality, household composition, and socio-economic status. International Journal of Epidemiology; 42(5): 1444-54.

Hounton S, de Bernis L, Hussein J, Graham WJ, Danel I, Byass P, Mason EM. 2013. Towards elimination of maternal deaths: Maternal deaths surveillance and response. Reproductive Health; 10(1): doi:10.1186/742-4755-10-1. [PMCID 3562216]

Hunter L, Nawrotzki R, Leyk S, MacLaurin G, Twine W, Collinson M, Erasmus B. 2013. Rural outmigration, natural capital and livelihoods in rural South Africa. Population, Space and Place: doi: 10.1002/psp.776.

Illah E, Mbaruku G, Honorati M, Kahn K. 2013. Causes and Risk Factors for Maternal Mortality in Rural Tanzania- Case of Rufuji Health and Demographic Surveillance Site (HDSS). African Journal of Reproductive Health; 17(3): 119-30.

Khan T, Bertam MY, Jina R, Mash B, Levitt N, Hofman K. 2013. Preventing diabetes blindness: Cost effectiveness of a screening programme using digital non-mydriatic fundus photography for diabetic retinopathy in a primary health care setting in South Africa. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice; 101(2): 170-6.

Kimani- Murage EW. 2013. Exploring the paradox: Double burden of malnutrition in rural South Africa. Glob Health Action; 6(19249 Supplement 1): 193-205.

Kimani-Murage EW, Manderson L, Norris SA, Kahn K. 2013. “It’s my secret”: Barriers to paediatric HIV treatment in a poor rural South African setting. Aids Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV; 25(6): 744-7.

Kirkland T, Kemp R, Hunter LM, Twine W. 2013. Toward improved understanding of food security: A methodological examination based in rural South Africa. Food, Culture and Society; 16(1): 65-84.

Krishnan A, Srivastava R, Dwivedi P, Ng N, Byass P, Pandav C. 2013. Non-specific sex-differential effect of DTP vaccination may partially explain the excess girl child mortality in Ballabgarh, India. Trop Med Int Health; 18(11): 1329-37.

Krishnan A, Dwivedi P, Gupta V, Byass P, Pandav CS, Ng N. 2013. Socioeconomic development and girl child survival in rural North India: solution or problem? Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; 67(5): 419-26.

Leitao J, Chandramohan D, Byass P, Jakob R, Bundhamcharoen K, Choprepawon C, de Savigny D, Fottrell E, France E, Froen F, Gewaifel G, Hodgson A, Hounton S, Kahn K, Krishnan A, Kumar V, Masanja H, Nichols E, Notzon F, Rasooly MH, Sankoh O, Spiegel P, AbouZahr C, Amexo M, Kebede D, Alley WS, Marinho F, Ali M, Loyola E, Chikersal J, Gao J, Annunziata G, Bahl R, Bartolomeus K, Boerma JT, Ustun B, Chou D, Muhe L, Mathai M. 2013. Revising the WHO verbal autopsy instrument to facilitate routine cause of death monitoring. Glob Health Action; 6(21518).

MacPhail C, Adato M, Kahn K, Selin A, Twine R, Khoza S, Rosenberg M, Nguyen N, Becker E, Pettifor A. 2013. Acceptability and feasibility of cash transfers for HIV prevention among adolescent South African Women. AIDS and Behavior; 17(7): 2301-12.

Madhaven S, Gross M. 2013. Kin in daily routines: Time use and childbearing in rural South Africa. Journal of Comparative Family Studies; 33(6): 175-91.

Madhaven S, Harrison A, Sennott C. 2013. The management of nonmarital fertility in two South African communities. Journal of Culture, Health and Sexuality; 15(5): 614-28.

Madhaven S, Harrison A, Sennott C. 2013. Understanding Fatherhood and Father Involvement in South Africa. Fathering: A Journal of Theory, Research and Practice about Men as Fathers; 10(3): 257-73.

Maredza M, Bertram M, Salojee H, Chersich M, S T, Hofman K. 2013. Cost-effectiveness analysis of infant feeding strategies to prevent mother to child transmission of HIV in South Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research; 12(3): 157-80.

Matthews AP, Garenne M. 2013. A dynamic model of marriage market Part 1: matching algorithm based on age preference and availability. Theoretical Population Biology; 88: 78-85.

Matthews AP, Garenne ML. 2013. A dynamic model of the marriage market- part 2: simulation of marital states and application to empirical data. . Theoretical Population Biology; 88(86-93).

Moyes J, Cohen C, Pretorius M, Groome M, von Gottberg A, Wolter N, Walaza S, Haffejee S, Changan M, Naby F, Tshangela A, Cohen A, Tempia S, Kahn K, Dawood H, Variava E, Venter M, Madhi S, for the South African Severe Acute Respiratory Illness (SARI) Surveillance Group. 2013. Epidemiology of respiratory syncytial virus-associated acute lower respiratory tract infection hospitalizations among HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected South African children, 2010-2011. Journal of Infectious Diseases; Supplement 3: S217-26. doi: 10.1093/infdis/jit479.

Msimang VM, Page N, Groome MJ, Moyes J, Cortese M, Seheri M, Kahn K, Chagan M, Madhi SA, Cohen C. 2013. Impact of Rotavirus vaccine on childhood diarrheal hospitalization following introduction into the South African public immunization programme. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal; 32(12): 1359-64.

Musenge E, Chirwa TF, Kahn K, Vounatsou P. 2013. Bayesian analysis of zero inflated spatiotemporal HIV/TB child mortality data through the INLA and SPDE approaches: Applied to data observed between 1992 and 2010 in rural east South Africa. International Journal of Applied Earth Observations and Geo information; 22: 86-98.

Musenge E, Vounatsou P, Collison M, Tollman S, Kahn K. 2013. The contribution of spatial analysis to understanding HIV/TB mortality in children: A structural equation modeling approach. Global Health Action; 6(19266): doi: 10.3402/gha.v6i0.19266. [PMCID 3556702]

Ngugi AK, Bottomley C, Kleinschmidt I, Wagner RG, Kakooza-Mwesige A, Ae-Ngibise K, Owusu-Agyei A, Masanja H, Kamuyu G, Odhiambo R, Chengo E, Sander JW, Newton CR. 2013. Prevalence of active convulsive epilepsy in Sub-Saharan Africa and associated risk factors: Cross-sectional and case-control studies. Lancet Neurology; 12(3): 1-11. [PMCID 3581814]

Nzenze SA, Shiri T, Nunes MC, Klugman KP, Kahn K, Twine R, de Gouveia L, von Gottberg A, Madhi SA. 2013. Temporal changes in pneumococcal colonization in a rural-African community with high HIV-prevalence following routine infant pneumococcal-immunization. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal; 32(11): 1270-8.

Olofin I, McDonald CM, Ezzati M, Flaxman S, Black RE, Fawzi WW, Caulfield LE, Danaei G, Adair L, Arifeen S, Bhandari N, Garenne M, Kirkwood B, Mølbak K, Katz J, Sommer A, West Jr KP, Penny ME. 2013. Associations of suboptimal growth with all-cause and cause-specific mortality in children under five years: A pooled analysis of ten prospective studies. PLoS One; 8(5): e64636.

Perez G, Ayo-Yusuf L, Hofman K, Kalideen S, Maker A, Mokonto D, Marojee N, Naidoo P, Perry C, Rendall-Mkosi K, Salojee Y. 2013. Establishing a health promotion and development foundation in South Africa: Critical issues to consider. South African Medical Journal; 103(3): 147-9.

Sartorius B. 2013. Modelling determinants, impact, and space-time risk of age-specific mortality in rural South Africa: Integrating methods to enhance policy relevance. Global Health Action; 6(19239). [PMCID 3556703]

Sartorius B, Cohen C, Chirwa T, Ntshoe G, Puren A, Hofman K. 2013. Identifying high-risk areas for sporadic measles outbreaks: lessons from South Africa. Bulletin of the World Health Organisation; 91(3): 174-83. [PMCID 3590621]

Sartorius B, Cohen C, Chirwa T, Ntshoe G, Puren A, Hofman K. 2013. The association of prior vaccination coverage and failure, susceptible population accumulation and population density with sporadic measles outbreak: a framework to predict future targetable high risk areas using data from South Africa ( 2008-2011). Bulletin World Health Organisation; (in press).

Sartorius B, Kahn K, Collison M, Tollman S, Garenne M. 2013. Dying in their prime:  Determinants and space-time risk of adult mortality in rural South Africa. Geospatial Health; 7(2): 237-49.

Sartorius K, Sartorius B. 2013. A spatial model to quantify the mortality impact of service delivery in sub-Saharan Africa: An ecological design utilizing data from South Africa. International Journal of Health Geographics; 12(8): doi:10.1186/476-072X-12-8. [PMCID 3607859]

Sartorius K, Sartorius B, Tollman S, Schatz E, Kirsten J, Collinson M. 2013. Rural poverty dynamics and refugee communities in South Africa: A spatial-temporal model. Population, Space and Place 19(1): 103-23.

Schatz E, Gilbert L, McDonald C. 2013. If the doctors see that they don’t know how to cure the disease, they say it’s AIDS’: How older women in rural South Africa make sense of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. African Journal of AIDS Research; 12(2): 95-104.

Sharrow D, Clark SJ, Collinson MA, Kahn K, Tollman SM. 2013. The age pattern of increases in mortality affected by HIV: Bayesian fit of the Heligman Pollard Model to data from the Agincourt HDSS field site in rural northeast South Africa. Demographic Research; 29(39): 1039-96.

Stordalen GA, Rocklöv J, Nilsson M, Byass P. 2013. Only an integrated approach across academia, enterprise, governments, and global agencies can tackle the public health impact of climate change. Global Health Action; 6: 22448.

van Heerden AC, Norris SA, Tollman S, Richter L, Rotheram-Borus MJ. 2013. Collecting maternal health information from HIV-positive pregnant women using mobile phone-assisted face-to-face interviews in Southern Africa. Journal of Medical Internet Research; 15(6): e116.

Verguet S, Jassat W, Bertam MY, Tollman SM, Murray CJL, Jamison DT, Hofman KJ. 2013. Impact of supplemental immunization activity (SIA) campaigns on health systems: findings from South Africa. . Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; 67: 947-52.

Verguet S, Jassat W, Bertram MY, Tollman SM, Jamison DT, Hofman KJ. 2013. Supplementary immunization activities (SIAs) in South Africa: Comprehensive economic evaluation of an integrated child health delivery platform. Global Health Action; 6(20056). [PMCID 3587392]

Wessels KJ, Colgan MS, Erasmus BFN, Asner GP, Twine WC, Mathieu R, van Aardt JAN, Fisher JT, Smit IPJ. 2013. Unsustainable fuelwood extraction from South African savannas. Environmental Research Letters; 8(014007).

Wesson HKH, Boikhutso N, Bachani AM, Hofman K, Hyder AA. 2014. The cost of injury and trauma care in low-and middle-income countries: A review of economic evidence. Health Policy Planning; 29(6): 795-808.

Wheldon MC, Raftery AE, Clark SJ, Garland P. 2013. Reconstructing past populations with uncertainty from fragmentary data Journal of the American Statistical Association; 108(501): 96-110.

Williams J, Ibisomi L, Sartorius B, Kahn K, Collison M, Tollman S, Garenne M. 2013. Convergence in fertility of South Africans and Mozambicans in rural South Africa, 1993-2009. Global Health Action; 6(19236 Supplement 1): 20-6. [PMCID 3556705]

Zaba B, Calvert C, Marston M, Isingo R, Nakiyingi-Miiro J, Lutalo T, Crampin A, Robertson L, Herbst K, Newell M-L, Todd J, Byass P, Boerma T, Ronsmans C. 2013. Effect of HIV infection on pregnancy-related mortality in sub-Saharan Africa: Secondary analyses of pooled community-based data from the network for Analysing Longitudinal Population-based HIV/Aids data on Africa (ALPHA). Lancet; 381(9879): 1763-71.

Zhu Y, Bell M, Henry S, White M. 2013. Rural-urban linkages and the impact of internal migration in Asian developing countries. Asian Population Studies; 9(2): 119-23.

2012

Alkema L, Raftery AE, Gerland P, Clark SJ, Pelletier F. 2012. Estimating trends in the total fertility rate with uncertainty using imperfect data: Examples from West Africa. Demographic Research; 26(15): 331-62.

Benjamin LA, Bryer A, Emsley HCA, Khoo S, Solomon T, Connor MD. 2012. HIV infection and stroke: Current perspectives and future directions. Lancet Neurology; 11(10): 878-90. [PMCID 3460367]

Bertram M, Steyn K, Wentzel-Viljoen E, Tollman SM, Hofman KJ. 2012. Reducing the sodium content of high salt foods: Effect on cardiovascular disease in South Africa. South African Medical Journal; 102(9): 743-5.

Briend A, Maire B, Fontaine O, Garenne M. 2012. Mid-upper arm circumference and weight-for-height to identify high-risk malnourished under-five children. Maternal Child Nutrition; 8(1): 130-3.

Byass P, Chandramohan D, Clark SJ, D’Ambruoso L, Fottrell E, Graham WJ, Herbst AJ, Hodgson A, Hounton S, Kahn K, Krishan A, Leitao J, Odhiambo F, Sankoh OA, Tollman S. 2012. Strengthening standardised interpretation of verbal autopsy data: The new InterVA-4 tool. Global Health Action; 5(19281). [PMCID 3433652]

Connor MD. 2012. Carotid artery disease in sub-Saharan Africa: A marker of epidemiological and stroke transition. Neuroepidemiology; 38(2): 120-1.

Cortina MA, Sodha A, Fazel M, Ramchandani PG. 2012. Prevalence of child mental health problems in sub-Saharan Africa. Archives of Paediatrics & Adolescent Medicine; 166(3): 276-81.

de Jager P, Hofman K, Khan T, Volmink H, R J. 2012. Issues in medicine recommendations to improve the national development plan for health. South African Medical Journal; 102(11): 827-9.

de Jager P, Hofman KJ, Khan T, Volmink H, Jina R. 2012. Recommendations to improve the National Development Plan for Health. South African Medical Journal; 102(11): 827-9.

Fottrell E, Tollman S, Byass P, Gooloba-Mutebi F, Kahn K. 2012. The epidemiology of ‘bewitchment’ as a lay reported cause of death in rural South Africa. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; 66(8): 704-9. [PMC3402739]

Hirve S, Ng N, Berkman L, Tollman S, Blomstedt Y, Wall S. 2012. Does self-rated health predict death in adults aged 50 years and above in India? Evidence from a rural population under health and demographic surveillance. International Journal of Epidemiology; 41(6): 1719-27.

Hondula DM, Rocklov J, Sankoh OA. 2012. Past, Present and future climate at select INDEPTH member Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems in Africa and Asia. Global Health Action; 5(19083): 74-86. [PMCID 3508753]

Hosegood V, Madhaven S. 2012. Understanding fatherhood and father involvement in South Africa: Insights from surveys and population cohorts. Fathering; 10(3): 257-73.

Hounton S, Byass P, Kouyate B. 2012. Asessing effectiveness of a community based health insurance in rural Burkina Faso. BMC Health Services Research; 12(363): doi:10.1186/472-6963-12-363.

Kahn K, Collinson MA, Gómez-Olivé FX, Mokoena O, Twine R, Mee P, Afolabi SA, Clark BD, Kabudula CW, Khosa A, Khoza S, Shabangu MG, Silaule B, Tibane JB, Wagner RG, Garenne ML, Clark SJ, Tollman SM. 2012. Profile: Agincourt Health and Socio-demographic Surveillance System. International Journal of Epidemiology; 41(4): 988-1001.

Kowal P, Chatterji S, Naidoo N, Biritwum R, Fan W, Lopez Ridaura R, Maximova T, Arokiasamy P, Phaswana-Mafuya N, Williams S, Snodgrass JJ, Minicuci N, D’Este C, Peltzer K, Boerma JT, the SAGE Collaborators. 2012. Data resource profile: The world health organization study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) International Journal of Epidemiology; 41(6): 1639-49. [PMCID 3535754]

Krishnan A, Ng N, Kapoor SK, Pandav CS, Byass P. 2012. Temporal trends and gender differentials in causes of childhood deaths in Ballabgarh, India: Need for revisiting child survival strategies. BMC Public Health; 12(555): doi:10.1186/471-2458-12-555.

Leyk S, Maclaurin GJ, Hunter LM, Nawrotzki R, Twine W, Collinson M, Erasmus B. 2012. Spatially and temporally varying associations between temporary outmigration and natural resource availability in resource-dependent rural communities in South Africa: A modelling framework. Applied Geography; 34: 559-68. [PMCID 3448370]

Madhavan S, Roy K. 2012. Securing fatherhood through kinwork: A comparison of black low-income fathers and families in South Africa and the United States. Journal of Family Issues; 33(6): 801-22.

Madhaven S, Schatz E, Clark S, Collinson MA. 2012. Child mobility, maternal status and household composition in rural South Africa. Demography; 49(2): 699-718.

Mayosi BM , Lawn JE, van Niekerk A, Bradshaw D, Abdool Karrim SS, Coovadia HM, for the Lancet team, (incl. Tollman SM). 2012. Health in South Africa: Changes and challenges since 2009. Lancet; 380(9858): 2029-43.

Minh HV, Ng N, Byass P, Wall S. 2012. Patterns of subjective quality of life among older adults in rural Vietnam and Indonesia. Geriaritics & Gereontology International; 12: 397-404.

Nawrotzki R, Hunter LM, Dickinson T. 2012. Rural livelihoods and access to natural capital: Differences between migrants and non-migrants in Madagascar. Demographic Research; 26(24): 661-700.

Newton CR, Garcia HH. 2012. Epilepsy in poor regions of the world. Lancet; 380(9848): 1193-201.

Ng N, Hakimi M, Santosa A, Byass P, Wilopo SA, Wall S. 2012. Is self-rated health an independent index for mortality among older people in Indonesia? PLoS One; 7(4): e35308. [PMCID 3327655]

Nguyen NQ, Pham TS, Nguyen LV, Wall S, Weinehall L, Bonita R, Byass P. 2012. Effectiveness of community-based comprehensive healthy lifestyle promotion on cardiovascular disease risk factors in rural Vietnamese population: A quasi-experimental study. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders; 12(56): doi:10.1186/471-2261-12-56.

Nguyen QN, Pham ST, Do LD, Nguyen VL, Wall S, Weinehall L, Bonita R, Byass P. 2012. Cardiovascular disease risk factor patterns and their implications for intervention strategies in Vietnam. International Journal of Hypertension; 2012(560397): doi:10.1155/2012/560397. [PMCID 3303616]

Nguyen QN, Pham ST, Nguyen VL, Weinehall L, Bonita R, Byass P, Wall S. 2012. Time trends in blood pressure, body mass index and smoking in the Vietnamese population: A meta-analysis from multiple cross-sectional surveys. PLoS One; 7(8): e42825. [PMC3415402]

Nilson M, Evengård B, Sauerborn R, Byass P. 2012. Connecting the global climate change and public health agendas. PloS Medicine; 9(6): e1001227. [PMCID 22679395]

Pettifor A, McCoy S, Padian N. 2012. Paying to prevent HIV infection in young women. Lancet; 379(9823): 1280-2.

Pettifor A, MacPhail C, Nguyen N, Rosenberg M. 2012. Can money prevent the spread of HIV? A review of cash payments for HIV prevention. AIDS and Behavior; 16(7): 1729-38.

Pretorius MA, Madhi SA, Cohen C, Naidoo D, Groome M, Moyes J, Buys A, Walaza S, Dawood H, Chagan M, Haffijee S, Kahn K, Puren A, Venter M. 2012. Respiratory viral co-infections identified by a 10-plex real-time reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction assay in patients hospitalized with severe acute respiratory illness: South Africa 2009-2010. Journal of Infectious Diseases; 15(206): S159-65.

Ramroth H, Lorenz E, Rankin JC, Fottrell E, Ye M, Neuhann F, Sennono M, Siè A, Byass P, Becher H. 2012. Cause of death distribution with InterVA and physician coding in a rural area of Burkino Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 17(7): 904-13.

Reed RV, Fazel M, Jones L, Panter-Brick C, Stein A. 2012. Mental health of displaced and refugee children resettled in low-income and middle-income countries: Risk and protective factors. Lancet; 379(9812): 250-65.

Rocklov K, Sauerborn R, Sankoh O. 2012. Guest editorial: Weather conditions and population level mortality in resource-poor settings: understanding the past before projecting the future. Global Health Action; 5(10). [PMCID 3508988]

Sankoh O, Byass P. 2012. The INDEPTH Network: Filling vital gaps in global epidemiology. International Journal of Epidemiology; 41(3): 579-88. [PMCID 3396316]

Schatz E. 2012. Rationale and procedures for nesting semi-structured interviews in surveys or censuses. Population Studies; 66(2): 183-95.

Schatz E, Gilbert L. 2012. ‘My heart is very painful’: Physical, mental and social wellbeing of older women at the times of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa. Journal of Aging Studies; 26(1): 16-25.

Schatz E, Gómez-Olivé X, Ralston M, Menken J, Tollman S. 2012. The impact of pensions on health and wellbeing in rural South Africa: does gender matter? Social Science and Medince; 75(10): 1864-73: doi: 10.016/j.socscimed.2012.07.004. Epub  Jul 27.

Schatz E, Williams J. 2012. Measuring gender and reproductive health in Africa using demographic and health surveys: The need for mixed-methods research. Culture, Health and Sexuality; 14(7): 811-26.

Son PT, Quang NN, Viet NL, Khai PG, Wall S, Weinehall L, Bonita R, Byass P. 2012. Prevalance, awareness, treatment and control of hypertension in Vietnam: Results from a national survey. Journal of Human Hypertension; 26(4): 268-80.

Stein A, Malmberg LE, Leach P, Barnes J, Sylva K, FCCC Team. 2012. The influence of different forms of early childcare on children’s emotional and behavioural development at school entry. Child: Care, Health and Development: doi: 10.1111/j.365-2214.012.01421.

Stranges S, Tigbe W, Gómez-Olivé FX, Thorogood M, Kandala N-B. 2012. Sleep problems: an emerging global epidemic? Findings from the INDEPTH-WHO-SAGE study among more than 40,000 older adults from 8 countries across Africa and Asia. Sleep; 35(8): 1-9. [PMCID 3397790]

Van Minh H, Ng N, Byass P, Wall S. 2012. Patterns of subjective quality of life among older adults in rural Vietnam and Indonesia. Geriatrics and Gerontology; 12(3): 397-404.

Verguet S, Jassat W, Hedberg C, Tollman S, Jamison DT, Hofman KJ. 2012. Measles control in sub-Saharan Africa: South Africa as a case study. Vaccine; 30(9): 1594-600.

Ye Y, Kyobutungi C, Ogutu B, Villeges L, Diallo D, Tinto H, Oduro A, Sankoh O. 2012. Malaria Mortality estimates: Need for agreeable approach. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 18(2): 219-21.

Ye Y, Wamukoya M, Ezeh A, Emina JBO, Sankoh O. 2012. Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems: A step towards full civil registration and vital statistics system in sub-Saharan Africa? BMC Public Health; 12(741): doi:10.1186/471-2458-12-741. [PMCID 3509035]

 

2011

Alkema L, Raftery AE, Gerland G, Clark SJ, Pelletier F, Heilig GK. 2011. Probabilistic projections of the total fertility rate for all countries. Demography; 48(3): 815-39.

Bocquier P, Béguy D, Zulu E, Muindi K, Konsiega A, Yé Y. 2011. Do migrant children face greater health hazards in slum settlements? Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Urban Health; 88(supplement 2): 266-81.

Bocquier P, Madise NJ, Zulu E. 2011. Is there an urban advantage in child survival in sub-Saharan Africa? Evidence from 18 countries in the 1990s. Demography; 48(2): 531-58.

Bocquier P, Mukandila A. 2011. African urbanization trends and prospects. African Population Studies, 25th year Commemorative Edition; 25 (2): 24.

Byass P. 2011. Commentary: Wither verbal autopsy? Population Health Metrics; 9(23): doi:10.1186/478-7954-9-23.

Byass P. 2011. The democratic fallacy in matters of clinical opinion: Implications for analysing cause of death data. Emerging Themes in Epidemiology; 8(1): doi: 10.1186/742-7622-8-1

Byass P, Alberts M, Burger S. 2011. Motherhood, migration and mortality in Dikgale: Modelling life events among women in a rural South African community. Public Health; 125(5): 318-23.

Byass P, Graham W. 2011. Grappling with uncertainties along the MDG trail. Lancet; 378(9797): 1119-20.

Byass P, Kahn K, Fottrell E, Mee P, Collinson MA, Tollman SM. 2011. Using verbal autopsy to track epidemic dynamics: The case of HIV-related mortality in South Africa. Population Health Metrics; 9(46): doi:10.1186/478-7954-9-46. [PMCID 3160939]

Byass P, Kahn K, Ivarsson A. 2011. The global burden of childhood coeliac disease: A neglected component of diarrheal mortality. PLoS One; 6(7): e22774. [PMCID 3144240]

Byass P, Sankoh O, Tollman SM, Högberg U, Wall S. 2011. Lessons from history for designing and validating epidemiological surveillance in uncounted populations. PLoS One; 6(8): e22897. [PMCID 3149617]

Feeley ABB, Kahn K, Twine R, Norris SA. 2011. Exploratory survey of informal vendor-sold fast food in rural South Africa. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition; 24(4): 199-201.

Fottrell E, Kahn K, Tollman S, Byass P. 2011. Probabilistic methods for verbal autopsy interperetation: InterVA robustness in relation to variations in A priori probabilities. PLoS One; 6(11): e27200. [PMCID 3207846]

Garenne M. 2011. Estimating obstetric mortality from pregnancy-related deaths recorded in demographic censuses and surveys. Studies in Family Planning; 42(4): 237-46.

Garenne M, McCaa R, Nacro K. 2011. Maternal mortality in South Africa: An update from the 2007 community survey. Journal of Population Research; 28(1): 89-101.

Garenne ML. 2011. Testing for fertility stalls in demographic and health surveys. Population Health Metrics; 9(59): doi:10.1186/478-7954-9-59. [PMCID 3271990]

Hunter LM, Twine W, Johnson A. 2011. Adult mortality and natural resource use in rural South Africa: Evidence from the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site. Society and Natural Resources; 24(3): 256-75. [PMCID 3159158]

Kahn K. 2011. Population health in South Africa: Dynamics over the past 2 decades. Journal of Public Health Policy; 32(S30-S36): doi: 10.1057/jphp.2011.27.

Kimani- Murage EW, Madise NJ, Fotso J, Kyobutungi C, Mutua MK, Gitau TM, Yatich N. 2011. Patterns and determinants of breastfeeding and complementary feeding practices in urban formal settlements, Nairobi Kenya. BMC Public Health; 11(396): doi:10.1186/471-2458-11-396. [PMCID 3118248]

Kimani-Murage EW, Holding PA, Fotso JC, Ezeh AC, Madise NJ, Kahurani EN, Zulu ZM. 2011. Food security and nutritional outcomes among urban poor orphans in Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Urban Health; 88(supplement 2): 282-97. [PMCID 3132238]

Kimani-Murage EW, Kahn K, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Norris SA. 2011. Predictors of adolescent weight status and central obesity in rural South Africa. Public Health Nutrition; 14(6): 1114-22. [PMCID 3370923]

Kimani-Murage EW, Norris SA, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Gómez-Olivé XF, Dunger D, Kahn K. 2011. Nutritional status and HIV in rural South African children. BMC Paediatrics; 11(23): doi:10.1186/471-2431-11-23. [PMCID 3076265]

Madhavan S, Landau LB. 2011. Bridges to nowhere: Hosts, migrants, and the chimera of social capital in three African cities. Population and Development Review; 37(3): 473-97.

Maredza M, Hofman K, Tollman SM. 2011. A hidden menace: Cardiovascular disease in South Africa and the costs of an inadequate policy response. SA Heart; 8(1): 48-55.

Musenge E, Vounatsou P, Collinson M, Tollman S, Kahn K. 2011. Determinants of HIV/TB mortality adjusting for geospatial confounders in rural South African children. American Journal of Epidemiology; 173(212): 1-16.

Musenge E, Vounatsou P, Kahn K. 2011. Space-time confounding adjusted determinants of child HIV/TB mortality larfe zero-inflated data in rural South Africa. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology; 2(4): 12.

Ng N, Hakimi M, Wilopo S, Byass P, Wall S. 2011. Does education modify the association between self-rated health and mortality among older people in Indonesia? Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 65(supplement 1): A438.

Nguyen QN, Pham ST, Nguyen VL, Wall S, Weinehall L, Bonita R, Byass P. 2011. Implementing a hypertension management programme in a rural area: Local approaches and experiences from Ba-Vi district, Vietnam. BMC Public Health; 11: 325.

Ogunmefun C, Gilbert L, Schatz E. 2011. Older female caregivers and HIV/AIDS-related secondary stigma in rural South Africa. Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology; 26(1): 85-102.

Parsons CE, Young KS, Rochat TJ, Kringelbach ML, Stein A. 2011. Postnatal depression and its effects on child development: A review of evidence from low- and middle-income countries. British Medical Bulletin; 101(1): 57-79.

Pettifor AE, Levandowski BA, MacPhail C, Miller WC, Tabor J, Ford C, Stein CR, Rees H, Cohen M. 2011. A tale of two countries: Rethinking sexual risk for HIV among young people in South Africa and the United States. Journal of Adolescent Health; 49(3): 237-43.

Polzer Ngwato TP. 2011. Together apart: Migration, integration and spatialised identities in South African border villages. Geoforum; 43(3): 561-72.

Potter R, Ellard D, Rees K, Thorogood M. 2011. A systematic review of the effects of physical activity on physical functioning, quality of life and depression in older people with dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry; 26(10): 1000-11.

Sartorius B, Kahn K, Vounatsou P, Collinson MA, Tollman SM. 2011. Survived infancy but still vulnerable: Spatial-temporal trends and risk factors for child mortality in rural South Africa. Geospatial Health; 5(2): 285-95. [PMCID 3523210]

Schatz E, Madhavan S. 2011. Headship of older persons in the context of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa. Journal of African Population Studies; 25(2): 440-56.

Schatz E, Madhavan S, Williams J. 2011. Female-headed households contending with AIDS-related hardship in rural South Africa. Health and Place; 17(2): 598-605. [PMC3065005]

Serwaa-Bonsu A, Herbst K, Reniers G, Ijaa W, Clark B, Kabudula C, Sankoh O. 2010. First experiences in the implementation of biometric technology to link data from health and demographic surveillance systems with health facility data. Global Health Action; 2010(3): 2120-5. [PMCID 2830803]

Shoko M. 2011. Is there a mortality differential by marital status among women in South Africa? A study on a rural sub-district of Mpumalanga Province in the north-east South Africa. African Population Studies, 25th year Commemorative Edition; 25(1): 173-84.

Steffenson AE, Pettifor AE, Seage GR, Rees HV, Cleary PD. 2011. Concurrent sexual partnerships and human immunodeficiency virus risk among South African youth. Sexually Transmitted Diseases; 38(6): 459-66.

Thomas JR, Clark SJ. 2011. More on the cohort- component model of population projection in the context of HIV/AIDS: A Leslie matrix representation and new estimates. Demographic Research; 25: 39-102.

Thomson S, Hoa DTP, Målqvist M, Sanneving L, Saxena D, Tana S, Yuan B, Byass P. 2011. Promoting equity to achieve maternal and child health. Reproductive Health Matters; 19(38): 176-82.

Thorogood M, Gómez-Olivé FX, Bocquier P, Mee P, Kahn K, Berkman L, Tollman S. 2011. The effect of the HIV epidemic and other factors on mortality in older people in rural South Africa. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; 65(supplement 2): A35-6.

Twine W, Hunter L. 2011. Adult mortality and household food security in rural South Africa: Does AIDS represent a unique mortality shock? Development Southern Africa; 28(4): 431-44.

Vergnano S, Fottrell E, Osrin D, Kazembe PN, Mwansambo C, Manandhar D, Munjanja SP, Byass P, Lewycka S, Costello A. 2011. Adaptation of a probabilistic method (InterVA) of verbal autopsy to improve the interpretation of cause of stillbirth and neonatal death in Malawi, Nepal and Zimbabwe. Population Health Metrics; 9: 1-9.

Zulu E, Bèguy D, Ezeh A, Bocquier P, Madise JJ, Clelend J, Falkingham J. 2011. Overview of migration, poverty and health dynamics in Nairobi City’s slum settlements. Journal of Urban Health; 88: 185-99.

 

2010

Avan B, Richter LM, Ramchandani PG, Norris SA, Stein A. 2010. Maternal postnatal depression and children’s growth and behaviour during the early years of life: Exploring the interaction between physical and mental health. Archives of Disease in Childhood; 95(9): 690-5.

Awini E, Mattah P, Sankoh O, Gyapong M. 2010. Spatial variations in childhood mortalities at Dodowa Health and Demographic Surveillance System site of the INDEPTH Network in Ghana. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 15(5): 57.

Bangdiwala SI, Fonn S, Okoye O, Tollman S. 2010. Workforce resources for health in developing countries. Public Health Reviews; 32(1): 296-318.

Bangha M, Diagne A, Bawah A, Sankoh O. 2010. Monitoring the millennium development goals: The potential role of the INDEPTH Network. Global Health Action; 3: 17-23. [PMCID 2938980]

Byass P. 2010. The imperfect world of global health estimates. Plos Medicine; 7(11): e1001006. [PMCID 2994666]

Byass P, Fantahun M, Emmelin A, Molla M, Berhane Y. 2010. Spatio-temporal clustering of mortality in Butajira HDSS, Ethiopia, from 1987 to 2008. Global Health Action; (Supplement 1): doi: 10.3402/gha.v3i0.5244.

Byass P, Kahn K, Fottrell E, Collinson MA, Tollman SM. 2010. Moving from data on deaths to public health in Agincourt, South Africa: Approaches to analyzing and understanding verbal autopsy findings. PLoS Medicine; 7(8): e1000325. [PMCID 2923087]

Byass P, Twine W, Collinson M, Tolman S, Kjellstrom T. 2010. Assessing a population’s exposure to heat and humidity: An empirical approach. Global Health Action; 3: 5421. [PMCID 2943329]

Collinson MA. 2010. Striving against adversity: the dynamics of migration, health and poverty in rural South Africa. Global Health Action; 3 doi: 10.3402/gha.v3i0.5080.

D’Ambruoso L, Byass P, Qomariyah SN, Quédraogo M. 2010. A lost cause? Extending verbal autopsy to investigate biomedical and socio-cultural causes of maternal death in Burkino Faso and Indonesia. Social Science and Medicine; 71(10): 1728-38.

Ezeh AC, Izugbara C, Kabiru CW, Fonn S, Kahn K, Manderson L, Undieh AS, Omigbodun A, Thorogood M. 2010. Building capacity for public health research in Africa: The consortium for advanced research training in Africa (CARTA) model. Global Health Action; 3: 5693. [PMCID 2982787]

Fottrell E, Kahn K, Ng N, Sartorius B, Huong DL, Minh HV, Fantahun M, Byass P. 2010. Mortality measurement in transition: Proof of principle for standardized multi-country comparisons. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 15(10): 1256-65. [PMCID 3085122]

Garenne M. 2010. Urbanisation and child health in resource poor settings with special reference to under-five mortality in Africa. Archives of Disease in Childhood; 95(6): 464-8.

Garenne M, McCaa R. 2010. Maternal mortality for 181 countries, 1980-2008. Lancet; 376(9750): 1389.

Gómez-Olivé FX, Thorogood M, Clark BD, Kahn K, Tollman SM. 2010. Assessing health and well-being among older people in rural South Africa. Glob Health Action; 3: 23-35.

Hofman KJ, Tollman SM. 2010. Setting priorities for health in 21st-century South Africa. South African Medical Journal; 100(12): 798-800.

Hohmann S, Garenne M. 2010. Health and wealth in Uzbekistan and sub-Saharan Africa in comparative perspective. Economics and Human Biology; 8(3): 346-60.

Hohmann S, Roche S, Garenne M. 2010. The changing sex ratios at birth during the civil war in Tajikistan: 1992-1997. Journal of Biosocial Science; 42(6): 773-86.

Hosegood V, Madhavan S. 2010. Data availability on men’s involvement in families in sub-Saharan Africa to inform family-centred programmes for children affected by HIV and AIDS. Journal of the International AIDS Society; 13(supplement 2): S5. [PMCID 2890974]

Hunter LM, Strife S, Twine W. 2010. Environmental perceptions of rural South African residents: The complex nature of environmental concern. Society and Natural Resources; 23(6): 525-41. [PMCID 2877520]

Kanjala C, Alberts M, Byass P, Burger S. 2010. Spatial and temporal clustering of mortality in Dikgale HDSS in rural northern South Africa. Global Health Action; 3: 58-64. [PMCID 2935922]

Kimani-Murage EW, Kahn K Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Dunger DB, Gómez-Olivé FX, Norris SA. 2010. The prevalence of stunting, overweight and obesity, and metabolic disease risk in rural South African children. BMC Public Health; 10: 158.

Kimani-Murage EW, Manderson L, Norris SA, Kahn K. 2010. ‘You opened our eyes’: Care-giving after learning a child’s positive HIV status in rural South Africa. Health and Social Care in the Community; 18(3): 264-71.

Kowal P, Kahn K, Ng N, Naidoo N, Abdullah S, Bawah A, Binka F, Chuc NTK, Debpuur C, Ezeh A, Gómez-Olivé FX, Hakimi M, Hirve S, Hodgson A, Juvekar S, Kyobutungu C, Menken J, Van Minh H, Mwanyagala M, Razzaque A, Sankoh O, Streatfield K, Wall S, Wilopo S, Byass P, Chatterji S, SM. T. 2010. Ageing and adult health status in eight lower-income countries: The INDEPTH WHO-SAGE collaboration. . Glob Health Action; (Supplement 2): 11-22.

Kyobutungi C, Egondi T, Ezeh A. 2010. The health and well-being of older people in Nairobi’s slums. Global Health Action; 27(3).

Madhavan S. 2010. Early childbearing and kin connectivity in rural South Africa. International Journal of Sociology of the Family; 36(2): 139-57.

McLeman R, Hunter LM. 2010. Migration in the context of vulnerability and adaptation to climate change: Insight from analogues. Wiley Interdisciplinary reviews; 1(2): 450-61.

Ng N, Hakimi M, Byass P, Wilopo S, Wall S. 2010. Health and quality of life among older rural people in Purworejo District, Indonesia. Global Health Action; 3(supplement 2): doi: 10.3402/gha.v3i0.2125.

Ng N, Kowal P, Kahn K, Naidoo N, Abdullah S, Bawah A, Binka F, Chuc NTK, Debpuur C, Egondi T, Gómez-Olivé FX, Hakimi M HS, Hodgson A, Juvekar S, Kyobutungi C, Van Minh H, Mwangyangala M, Nathan R, Razzaque A, Sankoh O, Streatfield K, Thorogood M, Wall S, Wilopo S, Byass P, Tollman SM, Chatterji S. 2010. Health inequalities among older men and women in Africa and Asia: Evidence from eight Health and Demographic Surveillance System sites in the INDEPTH WHO-SAGE collaboration. . Glob Health Action; (Supplement 2): 96-107.

Ramchandani PG, Richter LM, Norris SA, Stein A. 2010. Maternal prenatal stress and later child behavioral problems in an urban south African setting. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; 49(3): 239-47.

Sankoh O. 2010. Global health estimates: Stronger collaboration needed with low- and middle-income countries. PLoS Medicine; 7(11). [PMCID 2994665]

Sartorius B, Kahn K, Vounatsou P, Collinson M, Tollman S. 2010. Young and vulnerable: spatial-temporal trends and risk factors for infant mortality in rural South Africa (Agincourt) 1992-2007. BMC Public Health; 10:645 10.1186/471-2458-10-645.

Sartorius B, Kahn K, Vounatsou P, Collinson MA, Tollman SM. 2010. Space and time clustering of mortality in rural South Africa (Agincourt HDSS) 1992-2007. Global Health Action; (supplement 1): 50-8. [PMC2938122]

Serwaa-Bonsu A, Herbst K, Reniers G, Ijaa W, Clark B, Kabudula C, Sankoh O. 2010. First experiences in the implementation of biometric technology to link data from health and demographic surveillance systems with health facility data. Global Health Action; 2010(3): 2120-5. [PMCID 2830803]

Tensou B, Araya T, Telake DS, Byass P, Berhane Y, Kebebew T, Sanders EJ, Reniers G. 2010. Evaluating the InterVA model for determining AIDS mortality from verbal autopsies in the adult population of Addis Ababa. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 15(5): 547-53.

Van Minh H, Byass P, Chuc NTK, Wall S. 2010. Patterns of health status and quality of life among older people in rural Vietnam. Global Health Action; (supplement 2): 64-9.

Williams JR. 2010. Doing feminist-demography. International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory and Practice; 13(3): 197-210.

Williams JR, Schatz E, Clark BD, Collinson MA, Clark SJ, Menken J, Kahn K, Tollman SM. 2010. Improving public health training and research capacity in Africa: A replicable model for linking training to health and socio-demographic surveillance data. Global Health Action; 3: 5287. [PMCID 2932506]

 

2009

Anand NP, Hofman KJ, Glass RI. 2009. The globalization of health research: Harnessing the scientific diaspora. Academic Medicine; 84(4): 525-34.

Ashraf A, Ahmed SM, Quaiyum MA, Ng N, Van Minh H, Razzaque A, Masud Ahmed S, Hadi A, Juvekar S, Kanungsukkasem U, Soonthornthada K, Huu Bich T. 2009. Self-reported use of tobacco products in nine rural INDEPTH Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems in Asia.  Global Health Action; 28(2): doi:10.3402/gha.v2i0.1997

Boileau C, Clark S, Bignami-Van Assche S, Poulin M, Reniers G, Watkins SC, Kohler HP, Heymann SJ. 2009. Sexual and marital trajectories and HIV infection among ever-married women in rural Malawi. Sexually Transmitted Infections; (supplement 1): 27-33. [PMCID 2654116]

Chopra M, Lawn JE, Sanders D, Barron P, Abdool Karim SS, Bradshaw D, Jewkes R, Abdool Karim Q, Flisher AJ, Mayosi BM, Tollman SM, Churchyard GJ, Coovadia H, Lancet South Africa team. 2009. Achieving the health Millennium Development Goals for South Africa: Challenges and priorities. Lancet; 374(9694): 1023-31.

Connor MD. 2009. Treatment of HIV associated cerebral vasculopathy.  Editorial commentary. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry; 80(8): 831.

Connor MD, Modi G, Warlow CP. 2009. Differences in the nature of stroke in a multiethnic urban South African population: The Johannesburg hospital stroke register. Stroke; 40(2): 355-62.

Garenne M. 2009. Sex ratio at birth and family composition in sub-Saharan Africa: Inter-couple variations. Journal of Biosocial Science; 41(3): 399-407.

Garenne M, Willie D, Maire B, Fontaine O, Eeckels R, Briend A, van den Broeck J. 2009. Incidence and duration of severe wasting in two African populations. Public Health Nutrition; 12(11): 1974-82.

Goudge J, Russel S, Gilson L, Gumede T, Tollman S, Mills A. 2009. Illness-related impoverishment in rural South Africa:  Why does social protection work for some households but not others? Journal of International Development; 21: 231-51.

Hofman KJ, Kanyengo CW, Rapp BA, Kotzin S. 2009. Mapping the health research landscape in Sub-Saharan Africa: A study of trends in biomedical publications. Journal of the Medical Library Association; 97(1): 41-4.

Leclerc PM, Matthews AP, Garenne ML. 2009. Fitting the HIV epidemic in Zambia: A two-sex micro-simulation model. PLoS One; 4(5): e5439.

Madhavan S, Schatz E, Clark B. 2009. Effect of HIV/AIDS mortality and household dependency ratios in rural South Africa 2000-2005. Population Studies; 63(1): 37-51.

Mayosi BM, Flisher AJ, Lalloo UG, Sitas F, Tollman SM, Bradshaw D. 2009. The burden of non-communicable diseases in South Africa. Lancet; 374(9693): 934-47.

Ogunmefun C, Schatz E. 2009. Caregivers’ sacrifices: The opportunity costs of adult morbidity and mortality for female pensioners in rural South Africa. Development Southern Africa; 26(1): 95-109.

Reniers G, Araya T, Berhane Y, Davey G, Sanders EJ. 2009. Implications of the HIV testing protocol for refusal bias in seroprevalence surveys. BMC Public Health; 9: 163. [PMC2700102]

Reniers G, Arayad T, Davey G, Nagelkerkee N, Berhane Y, Coutinho T, Sandersi EJ. 2009. Steep declines in population-level AIDS mortality following the introduction of antiretroviral therapy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. AIDS; 23(4): 511-8. [PMCID 2666986]

Reniers G, Eaton J. 2009. Refusal bias in HIV prevalence estimates from nationally representative seroprevalence surveys. AIDS; 23(5): 621-9. [PMCID 2695508]

Reniers G, Tesfai R. 2009. Health services utilization during terminal illness in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Health Policy and Planning 24(4): 312-9.

Schatz EJ. 2009. Reframing vulnerability: Mozambican refugees access to state-funded pensions in rural South Africa. Journal of Cross Cultural  Gerontology; 24(3): 241-58.

Undie CC, Ziraba AK, Madise N, Kebaso J, Kimani-Murage E. 2009. ‘If you start thinking positively, you won’t miss sex’: Narratives of sexual (in)activity among people living with HIV in Nairobi’s informal settlement. Culture Health Sexuality; 11(8): 767-82.

Wagner RG, Newton C. 2009. Do helminths cause epilepsy? Parasite Immunology; 31(11): 697-705.

White MJ, Hunter LM. 2009. Public perception of environmental issues in a developing setting: Environmental concern in coastal Ghana. Social Science Quarterly; 90(4): 960-82. [PMCID 3358722]

 

2008

Cappucio FP, Kerry SM, Adeyemo A, Luke A, Amoah AGB, Bovet P, Connor MD, Forrester T, Gervasoni JP, Kaki GK, Plange-Rhule J, Thorogood M, Cooper RS. 2008. Body size and blood pressure: An analysis of Africans and the African diaspora. Epidemiology; 19(1): 38-46. [PMCID 2830114]

Cassels S, Clark SJ, Morris M. 2008. Mathematical models for HIV transmission dynamics: Tools for social and behavioral science research. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; (supplement 1): S34-S9. [PMCID 3387534]

Cortina MA, Kahn K, Fazel M, Hlungwani T, Tollman S, Bhana A, Prothrow-Stith D, Stein A. 2008. School-based interventions can play a critical role in enhancing children’s development and health in the developing world. Child: Care, Health and Development; 34(1): 1-3.

de Sherbinin A, Vanwey LK, McSweeney K, Aggarwal R, Barbieri A , Henry S, Hunter LM, Twine W. 2008. Rural household demographics, livelihoods and the environment. Global Environmental Change; 18(1): 38-53. [PMCID 2351958]

Garenne M. 2008. Poisson variations of the sex ratio at birth in African demographic surveys. Human Biology; 80(5): 473-82.

Garenne M, McCaa R, Nacro K. 2008. Maternal mortality in South Africa in 2001: From demographic census to epidemiological investigation. Population Health Metrics; 6: 4. [PMCID 2533290]

Garenne M, Zwang J. 2008. Premarital fertility and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health; 12(2): 64-74.

Hargreaves J, Morison I, Kim J, Bonnell C, Porter J, Watts C, Busja J, Phetla G, Pronyk P. 2008. The association between school attendance, HIV infection and sexual behaviour among young people in rural South Africa. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; 62: 6.

Havenaar M, Geerlings M I, Vivian L, Collinson M A, Robertson B. 2008. Common mental health problems in historically disadvantaged urban and rural communities in South Africa: Prevalence and risk factors. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology; 43(3): 209-15.

Hunter LM, De Souza R-M, Twine W. 2008. The environmental dimensions of the HIV/AIDS pandemic: A call for scholarship and evidence-based intervention. Population & Environment; 29: 103-7. [PMCID 2705167]

Leclerc PM, Garenne M. 2008. Commercial sex and HIV transmission in mature epidemics: A study of five African countries. International Journal of STD and AIDS; 19(10): 660-4.

Macpherson P, Martinson N, Moshabela M, Pronyk P. 2008. Mortality and loss to follow-up among HAART initiators in rural South Africa. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; 103: 588-93.

Madhavan S, Townsend N, Garey A. 2008. ‘Absent Breadwinners’: Father-child connections and paternal support in rural South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies; 34(3): 647-63. [PMCID 2854816]

Polzer T. 2008. Invisible integration: How bureaucratic academic and social categories obscure integrated refugees. Journal of Refugee Studies; 21(4): 476-97.

Reniers G. 2008. Marital strategies for regulating exposure to HIV. Demography; 45(2): 417-38. [PMCID 2831371]

Reniers G, Tfaily R. 2008. Polygyny and HIV in Malawi. Demographic Research; 19(53): 1811-30.

Tekola F, Reniers G, Araya T, Damen HM, Davey G. 2008. The economic impact of AIDS: Morbidity and mortality on households in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. AIDS Care; 20(8): 995-1001.

Tollman SM, Kahn K, Sartorius B, Collinson MA, Clark SJ, Garenne ML. 2008. Implications of mortality transition for primary health care in rural South Africa: A population-based surveillance study. Lancet; 372(9642): 893-901.

Zwang J, Garenne M. 2008. Social context of premarital fertility in rural South Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health; 12(2): 98-110.

 

2007

Case A, Menendez A. 2007. Does money empower the elderly? Evidence from the Agincourt demographic surveillance site, South Africa. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 157-64. [PMC2825809]

Clark SJ. 2007. An introduction to the general temporal data model and the structured population event history register (SPEHR). Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35(supplement 69): 21-5.

Clark SJ, Collinson MA, Kahn K, Drullinger K, SM T. 2007. Returning home to die: Circular labour migration and mortality in South Africa. Scand J Public Health Suppl; 35(Supplement 69): 35-44.

Collinson MA, Tollman SM, Kahn K. 2007. Migration, settlement change and health in post-apartheid South Africa: Triangulating health and demographic surveillance with national census data. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 77-84. [PMC2830108]

Connor M. 2007. Immune or not immune – Two cases of acute flaccid motor paralysis. Practical Neurology; 7(6): 412-5.

Connor MD. 2007. Stroke in patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry; 78(12): 1291. [PMC2095594]

Connor MD, Modi G, Warlow CP. 2007. Accuracy of the Siriraj and Guy’s Hospital Stroke scores in urban South Africans. Stroke; 38(1): 62-8.

Connor MD, Modi G, Warlow CP. 2007. Burden of stroke in black populations in sub-Saharan Africa. Lancet Neurology; 6(3): 269-78.

Connor MD, Thorogood M, Modi G , Warlow CP. 2007. The burden of stroke in sub-Saharan Africa. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 33(2): 172-3.

Garenne M, Tollman SM, Collinson M, Kahn K. 2007. Fertility trends and net reproduction in Agincourt, rural South Africa: 1992-2004. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 68-76. [PMC2830107]

Garenne ML. 2007. Comment: Health transitions and regressions in Southern Africa. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(3): 66-7.

Golooba-Mutebi, Tollman SM. 2007. Shopping for health: affliction and response in a South African village. African Sociological Review; 11(2): 64-79.

Golooba-Mutebi F, Tollman SM. 2007. Confronting HIV/AIDS in a South African village: The impact of health seeking behaviour. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 175-80. [PMC2830113]

Goudge J, Gumede T, Gilson L, Russel S, Tollman SM, Mills A. 2007. Coping with the cost burdens of illness: Combining qualitative and quantitative methods in longitudinal, household research. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 181-5. [PMC2830100]

Hunter LM, Twine W, Patterson L. 2007. “Locusts are now beef”: Adult mortality and household dietary use of local environmental resources in rural South Africa. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 165-74. [PMC2830104]

Kahn K, Garenne ML, Collinson MA, SM T. 2007. Mortality trends in a new South Africa: Hard to make a fresh start. . Scand J Public Health Suppl; 35(Supplement 69): 26-34.

Kahn K, Tollman SM, Collinson MA, Clark SJ, Twine R, Clark BD, Shabangu M, Gomez-Olive FX, Mokoena O, Garenne ML. 2007. Research into health, population, and social transitions in rural South Africa: Data and methods of the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance System. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 8-20. [PMC2826136]

Kimani-Murage EW, Ngindu AM. 2007. Quality of water the slum dwellers use: the case of a Kenyan slum. Journal of Urban Health; 84(6): 829-38. [PMC2134844]

Kirkland T, Hunter L, Twine W. 2007. “The bush is no more”: Insights on natural resource availability from the Agincourt field site in rural South Africa. Society and Natural Resources; 20(4): 337-50. [PMC3170092]

Leontine A, Raftery AE, Clark SJ. 2007. Probabilistic projections of HIV prevalence using Bayesian Melding. The Annals of Applied Statistics, ; 1(1): 229-48.

Madhavan S, Schatz EJ. 2007. Coping with change: Household structure and composition in rural South Africa, 1992-2003. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35(supplement 69): 85-93. [PMC2830111]

Madhavan S, Townsend N. 2007. The social context of children’s nutritional status in South Africa. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35(Supplement 69): 107-17. [PMC2830101]

Masemola ML, Alberts M, Urdal P. 2007. Apolipoprotein E genotypes and their relation to lipid levels in a rural South African population. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 35(3): 60-5.

Onge JS, Hunter L, Boardman J. 2007. Population growth in high amenity rural areas: Does it bring new opportunity for long-term residents? Social Science Quarterly 88(2): 366-81.

Posel D, Kahn K , Walker E. 2007. Living with death in a time of AIDS: A rural South African case study. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(69): 138-46. [PMC2825809]

Pronyk P, Kahn K, Tollman SM. 2007. Using health and demographic surveillance to understand the burden of disease in populations: The case of tuberculosis in South Africa. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 45-51. [PMC2830099]

Saloojee H, de Maayer T, Garenne ML, Kahn K. 2007. What’s new? Investigating risk factors for severe childhood malnutrition in a high HIV prevalence South African setting. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplent 69): 96-106. [PMC2830109]

Schatz E, Ogunmefun C. 2007. Caring and contributing: The role of older women in multi-generational households in the HIV/AIDS era. World Development 35(8): 1390-403.

Schatz EJ. 2007. “Taking care of my own blood”: Older women’s relationships to their households in rural South Africa. Scand J Public Health Suppl; 35(Supplement 69): 147-54.

Thorogood M, Connor M , Tollman S, Lewando-Hundt G, Fowkes G, J M. 2007. A cross-sectional study of vascular risk factors in a rural South African population: Data from the Southern African Stroke Prevention Initiative (SASPI). BMC Public Health; 13(7).

Thorogood M, Connor MD, Lewando Hundt G, SM Tollman. 2007. Understanding and managing hypertension in an African sub-district: A multidisciplinary approach. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(Supplement 69): 52-9.

Twine R, Collinson MA, Polzer TJ, Kahn K. 2007. Evaluating access to a child-oriented poverty alleviation intervention in rural South Africa. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(Supplement 69): 118-27. [PMC2830103]

Wittenberg M, Collinson MA. 2007. Household transitions in rural South Africa, 1996-2003. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 35(supplement 69): 130-7. [PMC2830112]

Zwang J, Garenne M, Kahn K, Collinson M, Tollman SM. 2007. Trends in mortality from pulmonary tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS co-infection in rural South Africa (Agincourt). Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; 101(9): 893-8.

 

2006

Adjuik M, Smith T, Clark S, Todd J, Garrib A, Kinfu Y, Kahn K, Mola M, Ashraf A, Masanja H, Kubaje A, Sacarlal J, Alam N, Marra A, Gbangou A, Mwageni E, Binka F. 2006. Cause specific mortality rates in developing countries. Bulletin of the World Health Organization; 84(3): 181-8.

Byass P, Fottrell E, Huong DL, Berhane Y, Corrah T, Kahn K, Muhe L, Van DD. 2006. Refining a probabilistic model for interpreting verbal autopsy data. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; 34(26-31).

Clark SJ. 2006. A general temporal data model and the structured population event history register. Demographic Research; 15: 181-252.

Cohen B, Menken J e. 2006. Aging in sub-Saharan Africa: recommendations for furthering research. Washington DC: The National Academies Press.

Collinson M, Adazu K. 2006. The INDEPTH Network: a demographic resource on migration and urbanization in Africa and Asia. In: C C, D G, N R, J M, eds. Views on migration in sub-Saharan Africa: Proceedings of an international African Alliance workshop. Cape Town: HSRC: 159-74.

Collinson M, Wolff B, Tollman S, Kahn K. 2006. Trends in internal labour migration from rural Limpopo Province, male risk behaviour, and implications for the spread of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies; 32(4): 633-48.

Connor MD, Hopkins T, Tollman SM, Thorogood M, Modi G. 2006. Blood pressure-devices in rural South Africa: An audit conducted by the SASPI team in the Agincourt field site. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa 17(4): 192-6.

Fowkes FGR , Thorogood M, Connor MD, Lewando-Hundt G, Tzoulaki I, SM T. 2006. Distribution of a subclinical marker of cardiovascular risk, the ankle brachial index in a rural African population: SASPI study. European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation 13(6): 964-9.

Garenne M, Fauveau V. 2006. Potentials and limits of verbal autopsies. Bulletin of the World Health Organisation 84: 164.

Garenne M, Gakusi E. 2006. Health transitions in sub-Saharan Africa: overview of mortality trends in children under-5-years-old. Bulletin of the World Health Organization; 84(6): 470-8.

Lindegger G, Milford C, Slack C, Quayle M, Xaba X, Vardas E. 2006. Beyond the checklist: Assessing understanding for HIV vaccine trial participation in South Africa. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome 43(5): 560-6.

Stuttaford M, Bryanston C, Lewando Hundt G, Connor M, Thorogood M, Tollman S. 2006. Use of applied theatre in research dissemination and data validation: A pilot study from South Africa. Health; s10(1): 31-45.

Townsend N, Madhavan S, Garey A. 2006. Father presence in rural South Africa: Historical changes and life-course patterns. International Journal of Sociology of the Family; 32(2): 173-90.

 

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Book chapters

  1. Saloojee H, Tollman SM, Khoza P, Mokoena O, Collinson MA, Clark SJ, Kahn K. Causes of Death at the Agincourt Demographic Surveillance Area, South Africa In: Binka F, et al (eds). Population and health in developing countries – Volume 2: Cause of death patterns at INDEPTH sites. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing ( in press)
  2. Kimani-Murage EW. Child obesity. In: Stone JH, Blouin M (eds). International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. 2011. http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/encyclopedia/en/article/301
  3. Reniers G, Masquelier B, Gerland P. Adult mortality in Africa. In Rogers RG, Crimmins EM (eds). International Handbook of Adult Mortality. Dordrecht: Springer, 2011   ISBN:978-90-481-9995-2
  4. Heuveline P, Clark S. Model schedules of mortality. In: Rogers RG, Crimmins EM (eds). International Handbook of Adult Mortality. Dordrecht: Springer, 2011 ISBN:978-90-481-9995-2
  5. Case A, Menendez A. Requiescat in pace? The consequences of high priced funerals in South Africa. In: Wise D (ed). Exploration in the economics of aging Chicago: University of Chicago, 2011 ISBN 9780226903378
  6. Gómez- Olivé FX.  Chronic care: Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus detection rate. In:      Day C, Barron P, Massyn N, Padarath A, English R (eds). District Health Barometer 2010/2011. Durban: Health Systems Trust 2012 ISBN 978-1-919839-70-7
  7. Pfaff CA, Tollman SM, Kahn K. Developing community-oriented primary care (COPC) in contemporary rural South Africa: the case of stroke. In Gofin J, Gofin R (eds). Essentials of Global Community Health. Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, 2010:151-156   ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-7329-8.
  8. Twine W, Hunter LM. Adult mortality, food security and the use of wild natural resources in a rural district of South Africa: exploring the environmental dimensions of AIDS. In: Niehof A, Rugalema G, Gillespie S (eds). AIDS and Rural Livelihoods. London: Earthscan, 2010.   ISBN:978-1-84971-126-5
  9. Collinson MA, Gerritsen AM, Clark SJ, Kahn K, Tollman SM. Migration and socio-economic change in rural South Africa, 2000-2007. In: Collinson MA et al (eds). The dynamics of migration, health and livelihoods: INDEPTH Network Perspectives.  England, Ashgate Publishing, 2009.
  10. Case A, Deaton A. Health and wellbeing in Udaipur and South Africa. In: Wise D(ed).    Developments in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009:317-358 ISBN:978-0-2269-0335-4
  11. Collinson M. Age sex profiles of migration: who is a migrant? In: Collinson M et al (eds). The dynamics of migration, health and livelihoods: INDEPTH Network perspectives. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2009. ISBN:978-0-7546-7875-5
  12. Konsiega A, Zulu EM, Bocquier P, Muindi K, Beguy D, Yazoume Y. Assessing the effect of mother’s migration on childhood mortality in the informal settlements of Nairobi. In: Collinson MA et al (eds). The dynamics of migration, health and livelihoods: INDEPTH Network perspectives. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2009. ISBN 978-0-7546-7875-5
  13. Kautzky K, Tollman SM. A Perspective on Primary Health Care in South Africa. In Barron P, Roma-Reardon J (eds). South African Health Review 2008. Durban: Health Systems Trust, 2008.
  14. White MJ, Mberu BU, Collinson MA. African urbanization: recent trends and implications. In: Martine G et al (eds). The new global frontier. Urbanization, poverty and environment in the 21st century. London: Earthscan, 2008. ISBN:978-1-84407-559-1
  15. White MJ, Mberu BU, Collinson MA. African urbanization: Recent trends and implications. In:  McGranahan G et al (eds). The new global frontier: urbanization, poverty and environment in the 21st century. London: Earthscan, 2008:301-316
  16. Gilbert L, Tollman S. Epidemiological, social and cultural aspects of illness – A case study of brain injuries, stroke and HIV/AIDS in South Africa. In: Uzzell BP, Ponton M, Ardila A (eds). International Handbook of Cross Cultural Neuropsychology. New Jersey: Taylor & Francis Group – Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2007: pp319-340.
  17. Madhavan S, Collinson M, Townsend N, Kahn K, Tollman S. The implications of long term community involvement for the production and circulation of knowledge: A case study of the Agincourt Health and Population Programme. In: Carter A, Watkins S (eds). The production and circulation of population knowledge. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.
  18. Townsend N, Madhavan S, Garey A. Father presence in rural South Africa: historical changes and life-course patterns. In: Kibria N, Kukreja S (eds). Globalization and the family. New Delhi: Ashwin-Anoka Press.2007
  19. Collinson M, Lurie M, Kahn K, Wolff B, Johnson A, Tollman S. Health consequences of migration: Evidence from South Africa’s rural north-east (Agincourt). In: Tienda M, Findley SE, Tollman S, Preston-Whyte E (eds). Africa on the move: African migration and urbanisation in comparative perspective. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2006:308-328.
  20. Collinson M, Tollman S, Kahn K, Clark S, Garenne M. Highly prevalent circular migration: Households, mobility and economic status in rural South Africa. In: Tienda M, Findley SE, Tollman S,   Preston-Whyte E (eds). Africa on the move: African migration and urbanisation in comparative perspective. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2006:194-216.
  21. Preston-Whyte E, Tollman S, Landau L, Findley S. African migration in the twenty-first century:   Conclusion. In: Tienda M, Findley SE, Tollman S, Preston-Whyte E (eds). Africa on the move: African migration and urbanisation in comparative perspective. Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2006:329-355.
  22. Tollman S, Doherty J, Mulligan J. General primary care. In: Jamison D, Breman J, Measham A,   Alleyne G et al (eds). Disease control priorities in the developing world. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006:1193-1209.
  23. Mills A, Rasheed F, Tollman S. Strengthening health systems. In: Jamison D, Breman J, Measham   A, Alleyne G et al (eds). Disease control priorities in the developing world. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006:87-102.
  24. Kahn K, Tollman SM, Thorogood M, Connor M, Garenne M, Collinson M, Lewando-Hundt G. Older adults and the health transition in Agincourt, rural South Africa: New understanding, growing complexity. In: Cohen B, Menken J et al (eds). Aging in Africa: Current and future challenges. Washington DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 2006:166-188.
  25. Garenne M. Migration, urbanization and child health: an African perspective. In: Tienda M et al (eds). Africa on the move: African migration and urbanization in comparative perspective. Johannesburg: Wits University Press,2006
  26. Hargreaves JR, Twine R. Community development. In: MacDowell W, Bonnell C. Davies M (eds). Health promotion practice. Maidenhead: Open University Press,2006
  27. Clark SJ. Demographic impacts of the HIV epidemic and consequences of population-wide treatment of HIV for the elderly: results from microsimulation. In: Cohen B, Menken J (eds).  Aging in sub-Saharan Africa: recommendations for furthering research. Washington DC. The National Academies Press, 2006:92-116
  28. Sankoh OA, Ngom P, Clark SJ, de Savigny D, Binka F. Levels and patterns of mortality at INDEPTH demographic surveillance system sites in sub-Saharan Africa. In: Jamieson D et al (eds). Disease and mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. 2nd edition. Washington DC: World Bank .2006:75-86
  29. Ehrlich R, Katzenallenbogen J, Tollman S, Gear J. Why do epidemiological research? A South African perspective. In: Joubert G, Ehrlich R, Katzenallenbogun J, Abdool Karriom S (eds). Epidemiology: a research manual for South Africa. 2nd edition. Cape Town: Oxford University Press 2007 ISBN 978-0-1957-6277-8

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Research journal editorials or commentaries

  1. Kahn K. Population health in South Africa: dynamics over the past 2 decades. Journal of Public Health Policy 2011; 32: S30-S36
  2. Sankoh O, Ijsselmuiden C, Cravioto A, Tollman S, Herbst K,Juvekar S, Ezeh A, Lutalo T,Owusu- Agyei S, Newell M-L, Kouanda S, Molla M, Fonn S, Marais D, Mbacke C, de Savigny D, Ross DA, Byass P, Bonita R, Clark S, Heddini A, Madise N, Ye Y, Zaba B, Frenach N, van Ginneken J, Laserson K. Sharing research data to improve public health: a perspective from the global south. Lancet 2011; 378(9789):402
  3. Hofman KJ, Tollman SM. Setting priorities for health in 21st-century South Africa. South African Medical Journal 2010; 100(12):79
  4. Hofman K, Tollman S. Strengthening capacity for local decision making. BMJ 2010; Rapid Responses. 5 August 2010.
  5. Connor M. Stroke in patients with human immunodeficiency virus infection.[editorial commentary] Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 2007;78(12):1291
  6. Tollman SM, Kahn K. Health, population and social transitions in rural South Africa.[editorial] Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2007; 35(supplement 69):4-7 
  7. Baiden F, Bawah A, Biai S, Binka F, Boerma T, Byass P, Chandramohan D, Chatterji S, Engmann C, Greet D, Jakob R, Kahn K, Kunii O,Lopez AD, Murray CJ, Nahlan B, Rao C, Sankoh O, Setel PW, Shibuya K, Soleman N, Wright L, Yang G. Setting international standards for verbal autopsy. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2007; 85(8):570-571

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Invited plenary or keynote conference addresses/lectures

Tollman S

  1. Tollman SM. ‘Introducing INDEPTH Adult Health and Aging’. NIA/NIH meeting of Institute Directors on Aging,  Washington DC, March 2011
  2. Tollman SM.  ‘Perspectives on Population, Health and Development’ – mini-seminar on Population and Development held as part of the annual Wits-Brown-Colorado-APHRC colloquium, April 2011
  3. Tollman SM. ‘Building multisite research on chronic disease and aging within the INDEPTH Network’ Harvard Centre for Population and Development- work in progress seminars, April 2011
  4. Tollman SM. ‘Applying health and socio-demographic surveillance to the study of aging in developing countries’ WHO Geneva, June 2010
  5. Tollman SM. ‘Closing the gap: Applying health and socio-demographic surveillance to complex health transitions in sub-Saharan Africa’  Harvard Centre for Population and Development, Cambridge, Oct 2010
  6. Tollman SM. ‘Health in Africa today – and the impact of the global economic crisis’ (public lecture) Hebrew University-Hadassah, Jerusalem Feb 2010
  7. Tollman SM, Kahn K, Pettifor J, Norris SA. ‘Mandela’s Children: Securing the health and wellbeing of future generations’ Third Prestigious Research Lecture, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, June 2010
  8. Tollman SM. ‘Observational Epidemiology’ delivered to Medical Research Council’s advanced regional training workshop on Research in Cardiovascular Disease, Cape Town, Jan 2010
  9. Tollman SM.  ‘Agincourt Health and Socio-Demographic Surveillance System’ The Wellcome Trust/ NIH/ National Human Genomics Research Institute Frontiers  Meeting, Cameroon March 2009
  10. Tollman SM. ‘Rural meets urban: Chronic illness and care in rural South Africa’ Plenary presentation to the annual conference of the Rural Doctors Association (RUDASA), Broederstroom,  June 2009
  11. Tollman SM, Kahn K, Ng N, Byass P. ‘Physical and cognitive function in HDSS sites in Africa and Asia’ Plenary presentation to INDEPTH Scientific and General Meeting, Dar-es-Salaam, October 2008
  12. Tollman SM. ‘Untapped potential: a national platform for poverty reduction and sustainable development in South Africa. Strengthening and accelerating the economic and social impacts of science and technology’ Presentation to the Department of Science and Technology, April 2008
  13. Tollman SM. ‘Ageing in developing countries: Building bridges for integrated research agendas.’  International Union for the Scientific Study of Populations (IUSSP), Santiago, Chile, April 2007
  14. Tollman SM. ‘Advancing Age: Harnessing INDEPTH to extend the field’ Presentation to meeting on Harmonizing longitudinal research on aging in industrialised and low income settings. Thai Ministry of Social Security, Chiang Mai, Thailand, February 2007
  15. Tollman SM. ‘Advancing age: Harnessing INDEPTH to extend the field’ Gates Foundation, Seattle, Jan 2007
  16. Tollman SM, Kahn K. ‘Beyond the legacy: Grappling with health, population and social transitions in a new South Africa’ Institute of Behavioural Science, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA, April 2006

Collinson M

  1. Collinson, M.A. ‘The Migration and Urbanisation working group: achievements of the previous year and plans for the next’. Invited plenary address to the 10th INDEPTH Annual General and Scientific Meeting on Lessons for the future direction in demographic and health research in developing countries’, in Accra, Ghana, on 27-30 September 2010.
  2. Bocquier P, Collinson MA. ‘Striving Against Adversity: The Dynamics of Migration, Health and Poverty in Rural South Africa’. An invited plenary presentation to the Consultation on Migration Health between the International Organization of Migration (IOM) and the South African Government.  Johannesburg, 22 April 2010
  3. Collinson MA. ‘The Dynamics of Migration, Health and Livelihoods: INDEPTH Network Perspectives.’ Invited plenary address to the 9th INDEPTH Annual General and Scientific Meeting on Poverty, Health and Demographic DynamicsEvidence from South-South Collaborations. Pune, India. 26-29 October 2009
  4. Collinson MA. ‘An overview of the current volume: The Dynamics of Migration, Health and Livelihoods, INDEPTH Network Perspectives.’ Invited address to the Wits, Brown, Colorado, APHRC Colloquium, 2-5 May 2009, Boulder, Colorado, USA.
  5. Collinson MA. ’The INDEPTH edge in Migration and Urbanisation: Progress and Next Steps.’ Invited address to the conference “INDEPTH @10 Annual General and Scientific Meeting” , at Dar- es-Salaam, Tanzania, 22-26 September 2008
  6. Collinson MA, White MJ, Adazu K.’ INDEPTH Network Perspectives on the Dynamics of Migration, Health and Livelihoods: a case study for collaboration and research training’. Invited plenary address to the Wits, Brown, Colorado, APHRC Colloquium, in Johannesburg, South Africa, 8-10 July 2008
  7. Collinson, M.A. ‘INDEPTH Migration and Urbanisation Working Group: progress and developments.’  Invited address to the INDEPTH’ Annual Scientific and General Meeting, Nairobi, Kenya,3-7 September 2007

Connor M

  1. Connor M.  ‘Stroke in sub-Saharan Africa: hypertension versus HIV.’ Invited plenary address to the British Geriatric Society Spring Meeting, Edinburgh, April 2010.
  2. Connor M. ‘stroke in sub-Saharan Africa/HIV and stroke.’ Invited speaker: Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Postgraduate Teaching Programme, University of Cambridge, March 2010
  3. Connor M. ‘Stroke in sub-Saharan Africa.’ Plenary speaker: The Neurosciences in East Africa. 1st Annual Neurosciences Conference, Nairobi, Kenya. September 2010
  4. Connor M. ‘Stroke in HIV infection.’ Invited plenary speaker: European Stroke Conference, Stockholm, May 2009.
  5. Connor M.  ‘Stroke in sub-Saharan Africa: Can anything be done?’ Invited speaker for Festschrift for Charles Warlow, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, May 2008
  6. Connor M. ‘HIV and stroke.’ Invited speaker, academic meeting at the Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Liverpool, UK, July 2008
  7. Connor M. ‘Stroke in urban and rural South Africa.’ Invited speaker, Queen Margaret Hospital, Dumfermline, Fife, UK, May 2007
  8. Connor M. ‘Infectious causes of stroke in the young.’ Invited  plenary speaker at the Young Stroke (Satellite Meeting) to the European Stroke Conference, Brussels, May 2006

Gómez-Olivé FX

  1. Gómez-Olivé FX. ‘The unfinished research agenda for adult health in a rural South African setting.’ Seminar at the Faculty of Medicine, Division of Public Health and Primary Health Care, Oxford University, 20 June 2010
  2. Gómez-Olivé FX. ‘Measuring, monitoring, investigating and responding to HIV epidemic in Agincourt: development of an HIV research agenda.’ Opening address at the  Wits AIDS Research Symposium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg,  4 September 2009
  3.  Gómez-Olivé FX. ‘The health transition in rural South Africa.’ Seminar at Warwick Medical  School, University of Warwick, 18 June 2009

Hunter LM

  1.  Hunter LM. ‘Migration and the Environment.’ Invited presentation, National Academy of Science, Workshop on Climate Change and Migration, Convened by Committee on Climate, Energy and Security, Washington DC, Jan 2011.
  2. Hunter LM. ‘Environmental Dimensions of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic.’ UNFPA meeting on “Population Dynamics and Climate Change: Building for Adaptation.” Speaker in Panel on Health and Climate Change.  Mexico City, Oct 2010.
  3.  Hunter LM. ‘Climate Change and Migration: Considering the Gender Dimensions.’Seminar on “The Demographic Factor in the Contemporary Environmental Crisis”, co-sponsored by El Colegio de México, UNFPA, and CONAPO. Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City, MX.  Dec 2009.
  4. Hunter LM. ‘The Environmental Dimensions of HIV/AIDS: Food Security.’  Seminar on “The Demographic Factor in the Contemporary Environmental Crisis”, Co-sponsored by El Colegio de México, UNFPA, and CONAPO.  Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City, MX, Dec 2009.
  5.  Hunter LM. Panellist: “Carrying Capacity:  Population and Quality of Life,” Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education and Research at Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA, Nov 2009.
  6. Hunter LM. ‘HIV/AIDS and the Environment: Under-Explored Linkages.’ Guest Speaker, Center for Population and Development, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, September 2008.
  7. Hunter LM. ‘HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, and Conservation: Impacts and Solutions.’ Invited panel member, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Environmental Change and Security Program, Washington DC, January 2007.
  8. Hunter LM. ‘Population, Health and Environment: Exploring the Connections.’ Invited presentation at meeting entitled Population, Health and Environment: Integrated Development for East Africa.  Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, November 2007.
  9. Hunter LM. ‘HIV/AIDS and the Environment: Implications for Policies and Programs.’ Policy Seminar, Population Reference Bureau, Washington DC, November 2006

Kahn K

  1. Kahn K, Norris S, Pettifor J, Tollman S. ‘Mandela’s children: Securing the health and wellbeing of future generations’. Wits Faculty of Health Sciences Research Office Third Prestigious Research Lecture , University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 1 June 2010
  2. Kahn K. ‘Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa (CARTA): Training and retaining the next generation of African academics.’ Umeå University, August 2009.
  3. Tollman S, Kahn K, Twine W, Ogunmefun C, Kawonga M, Goudge J. ‘Untapped potential: a national platform for poverty reduction and sustainable development in South Africa.’ “Strengthening and accelerating the economic and social impacts of science and technology.” Department of Science and Technology, Pretoria, April 2008.
  4. Tollman S, Kahn K. ‘Beyond the legacy: Grappling with health, population and social transitions in a new South Africa.’ Presentation to the Institute for Behavioural Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, April 2006

Reniers G

  1. Reniers G. ‘Interdisciplinary Research in Global Health.’ Guest lecture: Critical Perspectives on Global Health and Health Policy, Princeton University, 27 October 2010
  2. Reniers G. ‘Polygyny and the spread of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa: a case of benign concurrency.’ Invited lecture Université Catholique de Louvain, Centre de Recherche en Démographie et Societas Midis de Recherche, 8 June 2010
  3. Reniers G. “Polygyny and the spread of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa: a case of benign concurrency.’ OPR Notestein Seminar Series, Princeton University, 23 March 2010

Schatz E

  1. Schatz, E. ‘An unexpected double burden of caregiving: Older women in AIDS-endemic settings. Paper presented at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 18-22, 2011.
  2. Schatz, E.  ‘Gender and the pension ‘bump’: Evidence from rural South Africa. University of Missouri Black Studies Colloquium Series. September 2011.
  3. Schatz, E. Gomez-Olive, X, Menken, J, Tollman, S, Thorogood, M, & Ralston, M. ‘Gender, pensions, and social wellbeing in rural South Africa.’ Paper presented at the Population Association of America Meeting, Washington, D.C.,  March 31-April 2, 2011.
  4. Schatz, E. & Williams, J. 2011. ‘Understanding women’s status, empowerment and autonomy in sub-Saharan Africa: The need to contextualize and validate DHS gender analyses with supplemental qualitative data.’ Paper presented at the Population Association of America Meeting, Washington, D.C., March 31-April 2, 2011.
  5. Schatz, E.& Williams, J. 2010. ‘Female headship, Status and HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa.’ Paper presentation, Population Association of America Meeting, Dallas, TX, April 15-17, 2010.
  6. Madhavan S, Schatz E, Clark  S, & Collinson M. 2010. Child mobility, maternal status and household composition in rural South Africa. Paper presentation, Population Association of America Meeting, Dallas, TX, April 15-17, 2010.
  7. Madhavan S, Schatz E, Clark B. ‘HIV/AIDS mortality and household dependency ratios in rural South Africa.’ Demography Colloquium, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, 24 July 2008
  8. Schatz E, McDonald C. ‘Coexisting discourses: older South African women’s understanding of the AIDS epidemic. Aging Institute Colloquium, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, 22 July 2008
  9. Schatz E. ‘Aging and the meaning of health in South Africa: preliminary findings’. 6th Annual Wits/Brown/Colorado/APHRC Colloquium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 8-11 July 2008
  10. Schatz E, Madhavan S. ‘Elderly headed households and HIV/AIDS in Agincourt.’ 6th Annual Wits/Brown/Colorado/APHRC Colloquium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa,8-11 July 2008
  11. Schatz E. ‘Effects of AIDS on the roles and responsibilities of the elderly: changing roles and responsibilities.’ NIA Conference on Research on AIDS and Aging in Africa, University of Colorado, Boulder, 11-12 January 2007
  12. Schatz E. ‘Gender, aging and AIDS in rural South Africa: an older woman’s perspective.’ Symposium on Global AIDS Research,  University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, 30 May 2007Return to top

Conference presentations and posters

Collinson M

  1. Collinson MA, Twine W, Hunter L. ‘Embedding a household livelihoods cohort in the Agincourt HDSS: examining resilience and vulnerability in a communal socio-ecological system.’  Presentation at the 9th  Annual WBCA Colloquium, Brown University, Providence, USA 4 April 2011
  2. Hunter L, Twine W, Collinson MA, Leyk S, Erasmus B. ‘Environmental Variability, Migration and Rural Livelihoods.’  Presentation at the 9th  annual WBCA Colloquium, Brown University, Providence, USA, 4 April 2011
  3. Rabotho W, Bocquier P, Sherwell D, Kimpolo CLM, Collinson MA. ‘Visualization of fitness orbits: rare and non-rare events at Agincourt HDSS.’ Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 31 March-2 April 2011
  4. Kimpolo CLM, Sherwell D, Collinson MA. ‘Visualization of longitudinal data by fitness orbits: application to data on rural households at Agincourt.’ Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 31 march-2 April 2011
  5. Collinson MA. ‘The hidden links of ill health: reflections from Agincourt’. RENEWAL Regional Workshop:  “A decade of work on HIV, food and nutrition security.” Breakwater Lodge Hotel, Cape Town, 9-11 November 2010
  6. Collinson MA, Bocquier P, Vearey J, Drimie S. ‘Reaching the Invisible: hidden links of ill-health between South Africa’s Cities and Rural Areas’. Poster presented at the University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Heath Sciences Research Day, Johannesburg, 22 September 2010
  7. Mee P, Collinson MA. Hargreaves J. ‘Sample frame selection for the Agincourt Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) trial – Learning from the Agincourt DSS’. Poster presented at the University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Heath Sciences Research Day, Johannesburg, 22 September 2010
  8. Collinson MA, Vearey J, Drimie S, Quinlan T, Twine W, Bocquier P. ‘Reaching the invisible: Hidden links of ill-health between South Africa’s cities and rural areas’.  “Overcoming Inequality and Structural Poverty in South Africa: Toward inclusive growth and development.” Programme for Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS), with the Office of the Presidency, South Africa; Birchwood Hotel, Johannesburg, 20-21 September 2010
  9.  Madhavan S, Schatz E, Collinson MA, ‘Child Mobility, Maternal Status and Household Composition in Rural South Africa’. Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA, April 2010
  10. Bocquier P, Collinson MA, ‘Mortality and Migration in Rural and Urban Africa: An Analysis of Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems’.  Poster presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA, April 2010
  11. Collinson, M.A., Zulu, E., Bocquier, P., Nhacolo, A., Laserson, K., Gerritsen, A.A.M.  ‘INDEPTH Network perspectives: Using health and demographic surveillance systems to examine rural – urban linkages and explore the implications for public health’. Paper presented at the International Conference in Urban Health, Nairobi, Kenya,  21-23 October 2009
  12. Collinson MA, Adazu K, White MJ, Findley SE, ‘The Dynamics of Migration, Livelihoods and Health: INDEPTH Network Perspectives’. Paper presented at the XXVI IUSSP International Population Conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, 28 September – 2 October 2009
  13. Singh G, Williams J, Collinson MA. ‘Fertility comparisons between migrant and non- migrant women in rural South Africa: arguing for a life course perspective’. Poster presented at the XXVI International Population Conference, Marrakesh, Morocco, 27 September to 2 October 2009
  14. Beguy D, Bocquier P, Collinson MA ‘Health determinants of migration in Africa: evidence from urban Kenya and rural South Africa.’ Paper presented at the XXVI IUSSP International Population Conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, 28 September – 2 October 2009
  15. Collinson MA, Hunter L, Twine W, Erasmus B, Archer E. ‘Climate Variability, Migration and Rural Livelihoods: some theoretical and methodological considerations’. Paper presented to the conference “Towards a Global Health Research Agenda on Climate Change and Health.”  Umeå University Umeå, Sweden ,  24 November 2008
  16.  Williams J, Singh G , Clark BD, Collinson MA, ‘Redefining Migration: Gender and Temporary Labour Migration in South Africa’, Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA, April 2008
  17. Collinson, M.A., Clark, S.J., Tollman, S.M., Kahn, K., Shabangu, M. Clark, B.D. Eaton, J. ‘Measuring change in absolute socio-economic status in a rural South African setting using the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance System’. Paper presented at the WBCA (Wits,Brown, Colorado,African Population and Health Research Centre) Colloquium on “Emerging Population Issues.” Brown University, USA. 24-26 March 2007
  18. Clark S, Collinson MA, Kahn K, Drullinger K, Tollman SM. ‘Returning home to die: circular labour migration and mortality in northeast South Africa’. Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting, New York, USA , 29 – 31 March 2007
  19. Collinson MA, Adazu K, Nhacolo A. ‘Migration, socio-economic status and health dynamics in developing world settings, evidence from demographic surveillance sites’. Poster presented at the Population Association of America, Annual Meeting New York, USA , 29 – 31 March 2007
  20. Collinson MA, Tollman SM, Kahn K. ‘Internal Migration and Health in South Africa: Triangulating Demographic Surveillance with National Census Data’. Paper presented at the International Association of Official Statistics (IAOS) conference, Ottawa, Canada. 6-8 September 2006
  21. Collinson, M.A., Tollman, S.M., Kahn, K. ‘Migration, settlement change and health: triangulating Agincourt Demographic Surveillance with National Census Data’. Paper presented at the WBCA (Wits, Brown, Colorado, African Population and Health Research Centre) Colloquium, Nairobi, Kenya. 22-25 May 2006
  22. Collinson M.A., Tollman S M., Kahn K. ‘Health and social policy implications of changing population settlement patterns, in particular migration and urbanisation, in South Africa’s rural northeast’.  Paper presented at the Public Health Association of South Africa Conference 2006. “Making Health Systems Work”, Johannesburg, South Africa. 16-17 May 2006
  23. Collinson M, Adazu K. ‘The INDEPTH NETWORK: A demographic resource on migration and urbanization in Africa and Asia’. African Migration Alliance Workshop. 2006

Fottrell E

  1. Fottrell E, Kahn K, Tollman S, Byass P. ‘InterVA robustness in relation to variations in a priori probabilities.’ Poster presentation. Global Congress on Verbal Autopsy: the State of the Science, Bali, Indonesia, February 2011
  2. Fottrell E, Kahn K, Ng N, Sartorius B, Huong DL, Van Minh H, Fantahun M, Byass P.   ‘Mortality measurement in transition: proof of principle for standardized cross-site cause-of-death comparisons’. Paper presentation. Annual General and Scientific Meeting of the INDEPTH Network, Pune , India, October 2010

Gómez-Olivé FX

  1. Gómez-Olivé FX, Angiotti N, Kabudula CW, et al. ‘Lessons from the field: Implementing an HIV and non-communicable disease prevalence study in rural South Africa’. Paper presented at the Wits, Brown, Colorado, APHRC meeting in Providence, USA, April 2011
  2. Schatz E, Gómez-Olivé FX, Menken J, Tollman SM. ‘Gender, pensions and social wellbeing in rural South Africa’. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington DC, March 2011
  3. Gómez-Olivé FX, Thorogood M, Bocquier P, Mee P, Kahn K, Tollman SM. ‘Exploring the unexpected: mortality among older people in rural South Africa’.  Paper presented at the Annual General Meeting of the INDEPTH Network, Accra, Ghana, September 2010
  4. Gómez-Olivé FX, Thorogood M, Kahn K, Tollman SM. ‘Factors predicting survival in an older population in rural South Africa.’  Paper presented at the Wits, Boston, Colorado Universities and APHRC meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, 2010
  5. Gómez-Olivé FX, Thorogood M, Clark B, Kahn K, Tollman SM. Health score, functionality and quality of life in older population in rural South Africa. Paper presented at the University of Witwatersrand Research Day, Johannesburg, 2009
  6. Gómez-Olivé FX, Thorogood M, Clark B, Kahn K, Tollman SM.  Health score, functionality and quality of life in older population in rural South Africa. Wits, Boston, Colorado Universities and APHRC Nairobi meeting, Colorado, USA, 2009
  7. Chimbindi N, Gómez-Olivé FX, Benjamin P, Tollman SM, Vardas E.’ Participant retention using cell phone technology in a South African rural area in preparation for HIV vaccine trials’. Poster presented at the AIDS Vaccine Conference. Cape Town,  South Africa, 2008
  8. Gómez-Olivé FX, Moshabela M, Tollman SM, Vardas E. ‘ Assessing existing primary health clinic VCT services in rural Mpumalanga as an entry point for HIV vaccine trials’. Poster presented at the AIDS Vaccine Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 2008
  9. Gómez-Olivé FX. ‘Design, methodological and operational structure of the Agincourt health and demographic surveillance system. Paper presented at the Population Association of South Africa, 2007.

Hunter LM

  1. Hunter LM, Monteblanco A, Kemp R.  ‘Natural Resource Dependence and Climate Change Vulnerability in Rural South Africa.’ Paper presented at the 2011 annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, WA, March 2011.
  2. Kirkland T, Kemp R, Hunter LM.  ‘Toward Improved Understanding of Food Security: A Methodological Examination Based in Rural South Africa.’ Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, 2010
  3. Twine W and Hunter L. ‘HIV/AIDS Mortality, Household Use of Biodiversity, and Food Security.’ Poster presented at  Diversitas Open Science Conference 2: Biodiversity and Society. CapeTown, South Africa, October 2009
  4. Hunter LM, Twine W, Patterson L. ‘HIV/AIDS, food security and the role of the natural environment: evidence from the Agincourt health and demographic surveillance site in rural South Africa’.  Quadrennial meeting of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Marrakech, Morocco, September 2009.
  5. Patterson L, Hunter LM, Twine W. ‘The Socioeconomic Context of Prime-age Adult Mortality: Evidence from the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site.’  Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association.  Session entitled “Social Dimensions of HIV/AIDS.”  San Francisco, CA, August 2009.
  6. Hunter LM, Twine W, Patterson L. ‘Examining natural resources and food security through an HIV/AIDS lens: lessons from the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site in rural South Africa’.        7th Open Meeting of the International Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Research Community.  International Human Dimensions Programme.  Session on Demographic Trends and Food Security. Bonn, Germany, April 2009.
  7. Hunter, Wayne Twine and Laura Patterson (Hunter and Patterson, presenters). “HIV/AIDS, Food Security and the Role of the Natural Environment: Evidence from the Agincourt Field Site in Rural South Africa.” Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association.  New York, NY, August 2007.
  8. Hunter LM, Strife S,   Twine W.  ‘Environmental Perceptions of Rural South African Residents: The Material Nature of a Post-Material Concern.’  Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. New York, NY, August 2007.
  9. Hunter LM, Twine W and Patterson L.  ‘ “Locusts Are Now Our Beef”:  Adult Mortality and Household Dietary Use of Local Environmental Resources.’ Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New York, NY,  March 2007.
  10. Twine W, Hunter LM.  ‘Adult mortality and household characteristics: Implications for natural resource use and rural development’.  International Colloquium on Population, Development and Environment in the South, UNESCO, Paris, 21-23 March 2007.
  11. Hunter LM, Twine W.  ‘Adult Mortality, Household Use of Natural Resources and Maintenance of Food Security: An Ongoing Research Agenda at the Agincourt Health and Population Unit.’  Presented at the 4th Annual Wits-Brown-Colorado-APHRC Colloquium. Nairobi, Kenya, May 2006.
  12. Hunter LM. Twine W, Johnson A. ‘Population Dynamics and the Environment: Examining the Natural Resource Context of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic.’  Population Association of America, Los Angeles, CA, March 2006.

Kahn K

  1. Kahn K, Vounatsou P, Maharaj R. Analyses of geographical patterns of malaria transmission and mortality in Africa using Bayesian spatio-temporal modelling. IESA Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, August 2010.
  2. Kahn K, Fonn S, Ezeh A. Building research training and leadership for public health care in Africa. Third    National Conference of the South African Association of Health Educationalists: Making Education Matter. University of the Witwatersrand, 24 July 2010.
  3. Ketlogetswe E, Marinda B, Clark B, Collinson M, Kahn K, Tollman S, Klipstein-Grobusch K. Does father’s labour migration improve child survival in rural South Africa? Faculty Research Day, University of the Witwatersrand, June 2007.
  4. Bakajika Kapuku D, Marinda E, Clark B, Collinson M, Kahn K, Tollman S, Klipstein-Grobusch K. Childhood mortality and socio-economic status in the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance Site. Faculty Research Day, University of the Witwatersrand, June 2007.
  5. Garenne M, Tollman S, Kahn K. Towards below replacement fertility in Southern Africa: two case studies in Agincourt and Hlabisa. Population Association of America Conference New-York City, 31 March 2007.
  6. Kahn K. Building a programme of HIV/ADS research in a transitional rural setting. Wits AIDS Symposium, 23 January 2007.
  7. Kahn K, Garenne M, Collinson M, Tollman S. Changing mortality patterns in rural South Africa: Agincourt 1992-2003. Population Association of Southern Africa meeting, University of the Witwatersrand, October 2006.
  8. Kahn K, Garenne M, Collinson M, Tollman S. Mortality trends in a new South Africa (Agincourt 1992-2003): Hard to make a fresh start. Faculty of Health Sciences Research Day, University of the Witwatersrand, August 2006.

Kimani-Murage EW

  1. Kimani-Murage EW, Norris SA, Pettifor JM, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX, Dunger DB, Kahn K. ‘Patterns of malnutrition among 1-4 year children by HIV status and covariates of malnutrition in rural South Africa.’ INDEPTH AGM, Pune, India, 26-29 October, 2009.
  2.  Kimani-Murage-EW, Manderson L, Norris SA, Kahn K. ‘ “You opened our eyes”: caregiving after learning a child’s positive HIV status in rural South Africa.’ INDEPTH AGM, Pune, India, 26-29 October 2009.
  3. Kimani-Murage EW, Holding PA, Fotso J-C, Ezeh AC, Madise NJ, Kahurani EN, Zulu EM. ‘Food security and nutritional outcomes among urban poor orphans in Nairobi, Kenya.’ 8th International Conference on Urban Health, Nairobi, Kenya, 18-23 October 2009.
  4. Kimani-Murage EW, Kahn K, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX, Dunger D, Norris SA. ‘Age and sex patterns of the coexistence of under and over-nutrition in children and adolescents in contemporary rural South Africa.’ Distinguished poster presentation at the 19th International Congress of Nutrition, Bangkok, Thailand, 4-9 October 2009.
  5. Kimani-Murage EW, Holding PA, Fotso J-C, Ezeh AC, madise NJ, Kahurani EN, Zulu EM. ‘Food security and nutritional outcomes among urban poor orphans in Nairobi, Kenya.’ Poster presentation at the XXVI International Population Conference of the International Union of Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September-2 October 2009.
  6. Kimani-Murage EW, Norris SA, Pettifor JM, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX, Dunger DB, Kahn K. ‘Malnutrition patterns by HIV status for 1-4 year olds in rural South Africa.’ Population Association of Southern Africa conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 8-10 July 2009
  7. Kimani-Murage EW, Manderson L, Norris SA, Kahn K. ‘“You opened our eyes”: caregiving after learning a child’s positive HIV status in rural South Africa.’ Population Association of Southern Africa conference, Cape Town, 8-10 July 2009.
  8. Kimani-Murage EW, Kahn K, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX, Dunger D, Norris SA. ‘Coexisting under-& over-nutrition in rural South Africa.’ Biennial Wits School of Public Health Research Day, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 14 May 2009
  9. Kimani-Murage EW, Kahn K, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX, Dunger D, Norris SA. ‘Age and sex patterns of the coexistence of under and over-nutrition in rural South Africa.’ 1st Wits Cross-Faculty Symposium, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 7-8 November 2008
  10. Kimani-Murage EW, Kahn K, Pettifor JM, Tollman SM, Gómez-Olivé FX, Norris SA. ‘The paradox continues: evidence of co-existing under- & over-nutrition in rural South Africa.’ 4th Public Health Association of South Africa (PHASA) conference, Cape Town, 2-4 June 2008
  11. Kimani-Murage EW, Zulu EM, Undie C. ‘Health and livelihood implications of marginalization of slum dwellers in provision of water and sanitation services in Nairobi City.’ Presentation at the 5th Union of African Population Studies (UAPS) Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  12. Kimani -Murage EW, Vulule JM, Kuria IW, Mugisha F. ‘Use of insecticide-treated clothes for personal protection against malaria: a community trial.’ Presentation at the 5th Union of African Population Studies(UAPS) Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  13. Kimani-Murage EW, Ngindu AM. ‘Quality of water the slum dwellers use: the case of a Kenyan slum.’ 5th Union of African Population Studies (UAPS) Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  14. Undie C, Kebaso J, Ziraba AK, Kimani-Murage EW, Madise NJ.  ‘“If you start thinking positively you won’t miss sex”: narratives of sexual (in)activity among people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHAs) in Nairobi’s informal settlements.’ Presentation at the 5th Union of African Population Studies(UAPS) Conference, Arusha, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007

Madhavan S

  1. Madhavan S, Mee P. ‘Kinship in practice: spatial distribution of children’s kin and care networks.’ Presentation made at the Wits/Brown/Colorado/APHRC (WBCA) Colloquium, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, 3-5 April 2011
  2. Madhavan S, Schatz E, Collinson M, Clark S. ‘Child mobility, maternal status and household composition in rural South Africa.’ Presentation to the Population Association of America, Dallas, Texas, USA, April 2010
  3. Madhavan S. ‘Securing fatherhood through kinwork: a comparison of black fathers and families in South Africa and the US.’ Presentation made at the General Meeting of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September-2 October 2009
  4. Schatz E, Madhavan S. ‘Female headship and status attainment among widows in rural South Africa.’ Poster presented at the General Meeting of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September -2 October 2009
  5. Madhavan S. ‘Securing fatherhood through kinwork: a comparison of black fathers and families in South Africa and the U.S.’ Presentation made at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Detroit, USA, 29 April-2 May 2009
  6. Schatz E, Madhavan S. ‘Headship of older persons in the context of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa.’ Conference on ‘The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Older Persons in Africa and Asia’. Michigan Centre on the Demography of Aging, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 7-9 November 2008
  7. Schatz E, Madhavan S. ‘Living arrangements of the elderly in South Africa.’ Presentation made at the Wits/Brown/Colorado/APHRC (WBCA) Colloquim, Johannesburg, South Africa, 8-11 July 2008
  8. Madhavan S, Schatz E. ‘HIV/AIDS mortality and household composition.’ Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New York, USA, 29-31 March 2007
  9. Madhavan S. ‘Social connections and adolescent fertility.’ Presentation made at the Comparative Adolescences Group Conference, Philadelphia, USA, 20-23 September 2006
  10. Madhavan S, Schatz E. ‘HIV/AIDS mortality and household composition in Agincourt.’ Presentation made at the 4th Wits/Brown/Colorado/APHRC Colloquium, Nairobi, Kenya, 21-25 May 2006

Reniers G

  1. Anglewicz P, Reniers G. ‘Remarriage and migration in rural Malawi.’ Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Dallas, USA, 15-17 April 2010
  2. Reniers G, Tfaily R. ‘Polygyny, concurrency and HIV risk.’ UNAIDS & Alpha Network meeting, Mwanza, Tanzania, 7-9 December 2009
  3. Reniers G, Tfaily R. ‘Polygyny and the spread of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.’  Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, 17-19 April 2008
  4. Reniers G, Eaton J. ‘Bias in HIV prevalence estimates from refusals to be tested in seroprevalance surveys.’ 5th Union of African Population Studies, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  5. Reniers G, Araya T, Nagelkerke N, Berhane Y, Sanders EJ. ‘AIDS mortality trends following the introduction of antiretroviral therapy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.’ 5th Union of African Population Studies, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  6. Creighton M, Reniers G, Ferguson B. ‘Inequitable health outcomes following the introduction of antiretroviral therapy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.’ Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New York, USA, 29-31 March 2007

Schatz E

  1. Schatz E, Williams J. ‘Female headship and status attainment among widows in rural South Africa.’  Presentation to the Population Association of America, Dallas, Texas, 15-17 April 2010
  2. Madhavan S, Schatz E, Clark S, Collinson M. ‘Child mobility, maternal status and household composition in rural South Africa.’ Presentation to the Population Association of America, Dallas, Texas, 15-17 April 2010
  3. Schatz E. ‘Qualitative data collection alongside surveys and censuses: more than the sum of parts.’ Presentation at the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Meeting, Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September-2 October 2009
  4. Schatz E, Madhavan S, Williams J. ‘Female headship and status attainment among widows in rural South Africa.’ Poster presented at the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Meeting, Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September-2 October 2009
  5. Schatz E, Williams J. ‘Understanding gender in Africa: using qualitative methods to enhance Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) analyses of women’s empowerment.’ Presentation at the “International Seminar on Gender and Empowerment in the 21st Century in Africa”, IUSSP Scientific Panel on Gender and the African Population and Health Research Centre (APHRC) Nairobi, Kenya, 24-25 August 2009
  6. Schatz E. ‘Navigating nuance through nesting: qualitative data collection alongside surveys and censuses.’ Presentation to the American Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, California, 8-11 August 2009
  7. Schatz E, Madhavan S. ‘Headship of older persons in the context of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa.’ Presentation to the American Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, California, 8-11 August 2009
  8. Schatz E, Madhavan S. ‘Headship of older persons in the context of HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa.’  Conference on “AIDS and Aging in Africa and Asia”. University of Michigan Centre on the Demography of Aging, 6-8 November 2008
  9. Schatz E. ‘Reframing vulnerability: Mozambican refugees’ access to South African pensions in rural South Africa.’ Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA, 11-14 April 2008
  10. Schatz E, Livengood R. ‘Aging without a safety net: parent child reciprocity relationships and AIDS in rural South Africa.’ Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA, 11-14 April 2008
  11. Schatz E, Livengood R, Madhavan S. ‘The elderly, parent-child relationships and AIDS in rural South Africa.’ Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Union of African Population Studies, Arusha, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  12. Ogunmefun C, Schatz E. ‘Hidden impacts: “near old” and older women’s experiences of adult HIV/AIDS morbidity and mortality in rural South Africa.’ Presentation to the Annual Meeting of the Union of African Population Studies, Arusha, Tanzania, 10-14 December 2007
  13. Schatz E. ‘Giving meaning to health: daily occupations among elderly South Africans.’ Presentation  to the  Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association , Washington DC, 29 November-1 December 2007
  14. Madhavan S, Schatz E. ‘HIV/AIDS mortality and household composition in rural South Africa.’ Poster presented at the Population Association of America Meeting, New York City, NY, 29-31 March 2007

Sennott C

  1. Sennott C, Reniers G, Gómez-Olivé FX. ‘Mothers on the market: assessing the impact of motherhood on partner selection and union dissolution.’ Presentation to the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Atlanta, USA, August 2010

Bertram M

  1. Bertram MY, Hofman KJ, Maredza M, Tollman SM. Priority cost-effective lessons for systems strengthening South Africa (PRICELESS-SA): An example of strengthening in-country collaborations and capacity. Poster presented at  Global Health Metrics and Evaluation conference, Seattle, USA March 2011Return to top

Dissertations and Theses

  1. Collinson MA. Striving against adversity: the dynamics of migration, health and poverty in rural South Africa. Umeå University Medical Dissertations, 2009. ISBN 978-91-7264-746-6
  2. Tollman SM. Closing the gap: applying health and socio-demographic surveillance to complex health transitions in South and sub-Saharan Africa. Umeå University Medical Dissertations 2008.                 ISBN: 978-91-7264-681-0
  3. Kahn K. Dying to make a fresh start: Mortality and health transition in a new South Africa. Umeå University Medical Dissertations, 2006. ISBN 91-7264-173-8Return to top

Technical research reports

  1. Phaswana-Mafuya R, Perltzer K, Gómez-Olivé FX. Health and health service utilization in South Africa: evidence from SAGE’.  Ageing and Health: from evidence to policy. Technical meeting, WHO, Geneva, 2-4 June 2010
  2. Tollman SM. An interim review of the Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research for the period 2005-2009. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2010 
  3. Garenne M. Fertility changes in sub-Saharan Africa. DHS Comparative Reports  2008; No  18: Claverton, Maryland, USA
  4. Twine W, Hunter L. AIDS mortality and the role of natural resources in household food security in a rural district of South Africa. HIV, Livelihoods, Food and Nutrition Security: Findings from Renewal Research (2007-2008) 2008; Renewal Policy Brief 11
  5. Schneider M, Goudge J. Developing a policy response to provide social security benefit to people with chronic disease. South African Dept of Social Development 2007; Pretoria
  6. Collinson M. Children and migration in South Africa. A Case study from rural northeastern district. Princeton University and Rockefeller Foundation 2007; Princeton
  7. Garenne M. Comparing the screening power of three anthropometric norms systems. A case study in Niakhar, Senegal. United Nations Standing Committee on Nutrition and World Health Organisation 2007; New York and Geneva
  8. Hunter LM. Understanding how HIV/AIDS, agricultural systems and food security are linked. Population Reference Bureau 2007; Washington DC
  9. Hunter LM. Climate change, rural vulnerabilities and migration. Population Reference Bureau 2007; Washington DC
  10. Kahn K. Population, health and society.  Proceedings of the Population, Health and Society Workshop 31 Jan-1 Feb 2006; Johannesburg, University of the Witwatersrand.
  11. Hunter LM. HIV/AIDS and the natural environment. Population Reference Bureau 2006; Washington DC
  12. Kok P, Collinson MA. Migration and urbanization in South Africa. Statistics South Africa 2006; Report no. 03-04-02; Pretoria. ISBN 0-621-36509-2
  13. Collinson M, Kok P, Garenne M. Migration and changing settlement patterns: Multilevel data for policy. Statistics South Africa 2006; Report no.03-04-01; Pretoria. ISBN 0-621-36508-4
  14. Twine W, Hunter L. Adult mortality and household use of forest products in northeast South Africa. In: Shackleton S. Forests as safety Nets for Mitigating the Impacts of HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa. CIFOR Forest Livelihoods Briefs No. 2Return to top 

Peer reviewed conference proceedings published

  1. Collinson M.  Views on migration in sub-Saharan Africa. In: Cross C, Gelderblom D, Roux N, Mafukidze J (eds).  Proceedings of an African Migration Alliance Workshop. Cape Town: HSRC Press 2006:159-172  ISBN:0-7969-2165-2Return to top

Other direct research outputs

Journal editorship

  1. Rocklov J, Sauerborn R, Sankoh O. Weather conditions and population level mortality in resource-poor settings: understanding the past before projecting the future. Editorial. Global Health Action. 2012.
  2. Suzman R, Tollman SM, Kahn K, Ng N. Growing older in Africa and Asia: Multicentre study on aging, health and well-being. Global Health Action  (supplement 2),2010
  3. Tollman SM, Kahn K. (guest editors) Health, population and social transitions in rural South Africa. Sacndinavian Journal of Public Health 2007; 35(supplement 69): 1-187

Web-based data publishing

  1. Collinson MA, Tollman SM, Kahn K. ‘The Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance System: An unique platform for research, training and development’. An introductory presentation about the Agincourt Health and Demographic Surveillance System published on the Global Health Action web-site URL: http://www.globalhealthaction.net/index.php/gha/article/ downloadSuppFile/5080/802. Posted on 6 May 2010Return to top

Books: Edited Volumes

  1. Collinson MA, Adazu K, White MJ, Findley SE. The dynamics of migration, health and livelihoods: INDEPTH Network perspectives. Farnham, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2009. ISBN: 978-0-7546-7875-5
  2. Tienda M, Findley SE, Tollman S, Preston-Whyte E. Africa on the move: African migration and urbanisation in comparative perspective.Johannesburg: Wits University Press, 2006. ISBN 1-86814-432-1Return to top

Letters

  1. Mayosi BM, Flisher AJ, Lalloo VG, Sitas F, Tollman SM, Bradshaw D. Transmissible cancer in Africa-authors reply. Lancet 2009; 374(9707):2052-2053
  2. Weiner R, Tollman S, Kahn K, Penn-Kekana L. Health and demographic surveillance sites contribute population-based data on maternal deaths in rural areas [letter]. South African Medical Journal 2007; 97(10):944-945.Return to top

General Interest

  1. Hofman K, Kahn K. Demanding the best for all South African children. Faculty of Health Sciences University of the Witwatersrand,  Pedmed  2012 April/May

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