Research outputs

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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates

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Booyens, I. & Rogerson, C.M. (2017) Policy support for innovation in the South African tourism sector. (HSRC Policy Brief, March).

This policy brief draws attention to the importance of innovation in the tourism sector based on evidence from a Western Cape study carried ...

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Moyo, S. & Rehle, T. (2017) Accelerating tuberculosis control: addressing the structural drivers of the disease in South Africa. (HSRC Policy Brief, March).

Although efforts to address the burden of tuberculosis (TB) have yielded notable progress, the disease remains a major health problem in Sou...

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Yu, K. & Magaya, I. (2017) Informing policy-making with systemic reviews and evidence gap maps. (HSRC Policy Brief, March).

This policy brief introduces systematic reviews and evidence gap maps as two relatively new types of synthesised evidence. It explains why t...

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