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Research

Our most recent peer-reviewed articles, dissertations and graduate theses.

Publications

Practice change needed for the identification of pediatric hypertension in marginalized populations: An example from South Africa

Arnaiz, P., Müller, I., Seelig, H., Gerber, M., Bosma, J., Dolley, D., Adams, L., Degen, J., Gall, S., Joubert, N., Nienaber, M., Nqweniso, S., Aerts, A., Steinmann, P., du Randt, R., Walter, C., Utzinger, J. and Pühse, U. (2022): Practice change needed for the identification of pediatric hypertension in marginalized populations: An example from South Africa. In Frontiers in Pediatrics (section Pediatric Cardiology). URL: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fped.2022.877431/abstract

Association between allergic sensitization and intestinal parasite infection in schoolchildren in Gqeberha, South Africa

Brandt, O., Wegenstein, B., Müller, I., Smith, D., Nqweniso, S.,  Adams, L., Müller, S., Du Randt, R., Pühse, U., Gerber, M., Navarini, A., Utzinger, J., Labhardt, N., Schindler, C. and Walter, C. (2022): Association between allergic sensitization and intestinal parasite infection in schoolchildren in Gqeberha, South Africa. Clinical & Experimental Allergy. doi:10.1111/cea.14100

Sustainability of a school-based health intervention for prevention of non-communicable diseases in marginalised communities: protocol for a mixed methods cohort study

Arnaiz, P., Adams, L., Müller, I., Gerber, M., Walter, C., du Randt, R., Steinmann, P., Bergman, M., Seelig, H., van Greunen, D., Utzinger, J. and Pühse, U. (2021): Sustainability of a school-based health intervention for prevention of non-communicable diseases in marginalised communities: protocol for a mixed methods cohort study. BMJ Open 2021;11:e047296. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-047296

Dissertations

Post-Graduate Theses