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Research outputs: MALAWI
2015 'For a mere cough, men must just chew Conjex, gain strength, and continue working': the provider construction and tuberculosis care-seeking implications in Blantyre, Malawi
Delay by men in seeking healthcare results in their higher mortality while on HIV or tuberculosis (TB) treatment and contributes to ongoing ...Download this report
2015 Conceptions of chronic cough as serious illness in a high HIV prevalence context, and implications for tuberculosis control through men: a study in Blantyre, Malawi
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2014 Book review: Power, J. 2010. Political culture and nationalism in Malawi: building Kwacha. Rochester: University of Rochester Press
2014 Control, struggle, and emergent masculinities: a qualitative study of men's care-seeking determinants for chronic cough and tuberculosis symptoms in Blantyre, Malawi
Men's healthcare-seeking delay results in higher mortality while on HIV or tuberculosis (TB) treatment, and implies contribution to ongoing ...Download this report