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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Remaking suffering in a South African township
Mendenhall E; Norris SA (2015 February)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Bringing stakeholders together for urban health equity: hallmarks of a compromised process
Katz A; Cheff RM; O’Campo P (2015 November)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Prevention of hypertension and diabetes in an urban setting in South Africa: Participatory action research with community health workers
Bradley HA; Puoane T (2007)
Themes:
Governance and participation in health
Cost-effectiveness of essential newborn care training in urban first-level facilities
Manasyan A; Chomba E; McClure EM; Wright LL; Krzywanski S; Carlo WA; Kennedy E (2011 May)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Determinants for participation in a public health insurance program among residents of urban slums in Nairobi, Kenya: Results from a cross-sectional survey
Kimani JK; Ettarh R; Kyobutungi C; Mberu B; Muindi K (2012 March)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Access to health care: The role of a community based health insurance in Kenya
Mwaura JW; Pongpanich S (2012 June)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Accessibility, affordability and use of health services in an urban area in South Africa
Stellenberg EL (2015 March)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Catastrophic health expenditure and its determinants in Kenya slum communities
Buigut S; Ettarh R; Amendah DD (2015 December)
Themes:
Resource allocation and health financing
Addressing social determinants of health by integrating assessment of caregiver-child attachment into community based primary health care in urban Kenya
Bryant JH; Bryant NH; Williams S; Ndambuki RN; Erwin PC (2012 October)
Themes:
Equitable health services
Assessment of the uptake of neonatal and young infant referrals by community health workers to public health facilities in an urban informal settlement, KwaZulu-natal, South Africa
Nsibande D; Doherty T; Ijumba P; Tomlinson M; Jackson D; Sanders D; Lawn J (2013 February)
Themes:
Equitable health services

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