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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: GENDER EQUALITY
Care is existential - without it human beings do not live. Good care is indispensable to the flourishing, wellbeing and prosperity of indiv...
2014 Care worlds in context: prospective perspectives for research, policy development and public deliberation
Although the contributions to this collection advance understanding, they also offer a reminder that there are many issues that still beg at...
Gender inequality is an issue which affects all spheres of society. In South Africa patriarchy still has an influence on how different sexe...
2014 Control, struggle, and emergent masculinities: a qualitative study of men's care-seeking determinants for chronic cough and tuberculosis symptoms in Blantyre, Malawi
Men's healthcare-seeking delay results in higher mortality while on HIV or tuberculosis (TB) treatment, and implies contribution to ongoing ...