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2017 TB and HIV stigma compounded by threatened masculinity: implications for TB health-care seeking in Malawi

The focus of this study is to understand why men with tuberculosis (TB) in the community remain undiagnosed. A multi-method qualitative stud...

2017 A qualitative exploration of the meaning and understanding of male partner involvement in pregnancy-related care among men in rural South Africa

Male partner involvement (MPI) during antenatal care has been promoted as an effective intervention to improve maternal and newborn health o...

2016 A social network typology and sexual risk-taking among men who have sex with men in Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Despite the high prevalence of HIV among men who have sex with men in South Africa, very little is known about their lived realities, includ...

2016 Intimate partner violence as a factor associated with risky sexual behaviours and alcohol misuse amongst men in South Africa

Globally intimate partner violence (IPV) is a public health problem that can be perpetrated by both males and females, although males are mo...