Bibliography

This annotated bibliography of publications provides materials sourced from published and grey literature within different theme areas of work relating to equity in health in east and southern Africa.

The bibliography is compiled by TARSC through contributions from steering committee members, theme co-ordinators, participants in EQUINET programmes and users of this site. We welcome you to contribute materials to the bibliography by sending us information through the feedback form on the publication of the title, author, country, full reference of the publication and url of the paper. You can also admin [at] equinetafrica.org (subject: publication%20for%20the%20bibliography) (email the full paper to us).  We are regularly updating the bibliography and welcome new content. 

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Latest Bibliography Entries

Job Satisfaction in the Healthcare Services in South Africa: Case of MPH
Mohase N; Khumalo J (2014 March)
Themes:
Human resources for health
Global Health and the Law
Gostin LO; Sridhar D (2014 May)
Themes:
Equity in health, Health equity in economic and trade policies
Realizing rights: the WHO global code of practice on the international recruitment of health personnel: analysis with nurses' perspectives
Dewan JA (2014)
Themes:
Human resources for health
Global supply of health professionals
Crisp N; Chen L (2014)
Themes:
Human resources for health
The workforce for health in a globalized context – global shortages and international migration
Aluttis C; Tewabech B; Frank MW (2014)
Themes:
Human resources for health, Monitoring equity and research to policy
Does Water Enter The Boat? – Families That Navigate Reflections of Enculturation
Burgos JI (2013)
Themes:
Monitoring equity and research to policy
What do we mean by decolonizing research strategies? Lessons from decolonizing, Indigenous research projects in New Zealand and Latin America
Zavala M (2013)
Themes:
Monitoring equity and research to policy
"Community Health Workers Support Community-based Participatory Research Ethics: Lessons Learned along the Research-to-Practice-to-Community Continuum"
Smith SA; Blumenthal DS (2013 March)
Themes:
Human resources for health, Monitoring equity and research to policy
Stressed and Fatigued on the Ground and in the Sky: Changes from 2000 – 2007 in civil aviation workers’ conditions of work:  A global study of 116 countries in Africa, Asia/Pacific, Middle East, North America, Latin/South America, and Europe in the post –
Rosskam E; Greiner B; Mateski M; McCarthy V; Siegrist J; Smith S; Wege N; Zsoldos L; Marowsky I; Rodriguez GM; Williamson E; James S; Tyler J (2009)
Themes:
Equity in health
Developing a Family-Based HIV Prevention Intervention in Rural Kenya: Challenges in Conducting Community-Based Participatory Research
Puffer ES; Pian J; Sikkema KJ; Ogwang-Odhiambo RA; Broverman SA (2013 April)
Themes:
Equity in health, Equity and HIV/AIDS

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