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Research outputs: WOMEN

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2020 "The power of the poem": using poetic inquiry to explore trans-identities in Namibia

Researchers exploring sensitive topics need to identify appropriate methodologies to encourage open expression. We used poetic inquiry to ex...

2020 PrEP awareness and engagement among transgender women in South Africa: a cross-sectional, mixed methods study

The South African national HIV plan recommends pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for transgender women, whose HIV prevalence estimates are as ...

2020 Intimate partner violence in older South African women: an analysis of the 2016 Demographic and Health Survey

South Africa (SA) has one of the highest rates of intimate partner violence (IPV) in the world. It is also in the midst of a demographic tra...

2019 Socio-demographic and behavioural profile of woman in polygamous relationships in South Africa: a retrospective analysis of the 2002 population-based household survey data

The prevalence and effect of polygamous relationships may have serious reproductive and /or health consequences for women. In South Africa, ...