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Research outputs: SOCIAL CONDITIONS
2015 Heavy drinking and social and health factors in university students from 24 low, middle income and emerging economy countries
The aim of this study was to investigate heavy drinking and social and health correlates in university students in low, middle income and em...
2015 Factors associated with self-rated health status among university students from 26 low, middle and high income countries
The aim of this study was to investigate self-reported health status and associated factors in low, middle and high income countries. Using ...
2014 Social and structural factors associated with vulnerability to HIV infection among young adults in South Africa
There is increasing focus on social and structural factors following the marginal success of individual-level strategies for HIV prevention....
2013 Social and health determinants of gender differences in disability amongst older adults in South Africa
There has been an unprecedented increase in population ageing resulting in the increase in prevalence of various health conditions, includin...Download this report