Community-based organizations for vulnerable children in South Africa

Yakubovich, A. R., Sherr, L., Cluver, L. D., Skeen, S., Hensels, I. S., Macedo, A., & Tomlinson, M. (2016). Community-based organizations for vulnerable children in South Africa: Reach, psychosocial correlates, and potential mechanisms. Children and Youth Services Review.

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Organising for self-advocacy in mental health

Kleintjes, S., Lund, C., & Swartz, L. (2013). Organising for self-advocacy in mental health: Experiences from seven African countries. African Journal of Psychiatry, 16(3):187-95.

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Exposure to violence predicts poor educational outcomes in young children in South Africa and Malawi

Sherra, L., Henselsa, I. S., Skeen, S., Tomlinson, M., Roberts, K. J., & Macedo, A. (2016). Exposure to violence predicts poor educational outcomes in young children in South Africa and Malawi. International Health. Doi: 10.1093/inthealth/ihv070.

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Boring family routines reduce non-communicable diseases

Rotheram-Borus, M. J., Tomlinson, M., & Davis, E. (2015). “Boring” family routines reduce non-communicable diseases: a commentary and call for action. Archives of Public Health, 73. doi: 10.1186/s13690-015-0077-9

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When can parents most influence their child’s development?

Worthman, C. M., Tomlinson, M., & Rotheram-Borus, M. J. (2016). When can parents most influence their child's development? Expert knowledge and perceived local realities. Social Science & Medicine 154, 62-69.

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Effect of an integrated community-based package for maternal and newborn care on feeding patterns during the first 12 weeks of life

Ijumba, P., Doherty, T., Jackson, D., Tomlinson, M., Sanders, D., Swanevelder, S., & Persson, L. Å. (2015). Effect of an integrated community-based package for maternal and newborn care on feeding patterns during the first 12 weeks of life: a cluster-randomized trial in a South African township. Public health nutrition, 18(14), 2660-2668.

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