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Research outputs: SUBSTANCE ABUSE
The study aimed to provide estimates of the prevalence and psychosocial correlates of unintentional injury among school-going adolescents in...
2015 Early substance use initiation and suicide ideation and attempts among school-aged adolescents in four Pacific Island countries in Oceania
This study aimed to investigate the correlations between early initiation (...
2015 Child and adolescent suicide attempts, suicidal behavior, and adverse childhood experiences in South Africa: a prospective study
This is the first known prospective study of child suicidal behavior in sub-Saharan Africa. Aims were to determine whether (1) cumulative ex...
2014 Tuberculosis and co-existing common mental and substance-use disorders: a case for including mental healthcare and substance-use prevention as part of the tuberculosis treatment package in high-burden provinces
South Africa has 0.7% of the world's population and 28% of the world's population of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and tuberculosi...