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Professor Catherine Campbell

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Head of Department: Social Psychology|
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My research interests lie in the areas of HIV/AIDS; community participation; partnerships; social development; education; health-enabling schools; capacity building; public health and health promotion; sexuality; stigma; collective action; social change; power and empowerment; agency; 'social capital'; social exclusion and social inequalities - with particular attention to the way in which health inequalities are shaped by social identities relating to gender, ethnicity, age/youth and socio-economic position. 

My interests have been heavily shaped by my South African origins, growing up in a turbulent period of the country's history, characterised by social inequality, political conflict and rapid social change.

After school I studied political philosophy and worked as a newspaper journalist. Later I trained and worked as a hospital clinical psychologist, and then a community psychologist with the Organisation of Appropriate Social Services (OASSSA), an anti-apartheid mental health organisation in Durban.

With OASSSA, I worked both as a researcher into the impact of apartheid and poverty on family life, and as a psychologist counselling political activists who had suffered torture in police detention. This work shaped what have since become the central preoccupations of my professional life, namely:

* to understand how people can work together to resist the impact of negative social settings on their well-being, and to transform social relations that place their health at risk; and

* to understand the pathways between participation in collective action and health.

I did a PhD in social psychology at the University of Bristol, then lectured at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, before taking up my LSE post in 1993.

The LSE is a tremendously exciting place. For me, its advantages are (i) its multi-disciplinarity (ideal for exploring the interfaces of social psychology, development studies, social policy, anthropology and occasionally media studies); (ii) its wide-ranging international networks (facilitating interchange between students, researchers and activists from all over the world); and (iii) its strong commitment to the construction of actionable knowledge – knowledge that bridges the gap between sound academic theory and effective real-world practice; and last but not least (iv) its wonderful students who bring creative energy, enthusiasm and insight from all four corners of the globe. 

FromFrom right: HIVAN project workers

Yugi Nair (Co-director), Zweni Sibiya and Sbongile Maimane.

I retain strong research links with the University of Kwazulu-Natal in Durban, where I am an External Professor and Fellow of HIVAN (the Centre for HIV/AIDS Networking).

Within HIVAN, I am Co-Director, with Yugi Nair of the 'Community Responses to HIV/AIDS' Project. This project seeks to facilitate grassroots responses to the challenges of HIV-prevention and AIDS-care. It is framed within our interest in the strengths and limitations of community development approaches to health.

This work started with research, followed by dissemination of findings and community consultation, and most recently a community-led intervention. It has had several funders, including Atlantic Philanthropies, PEPFAR and Care International.

Pic3Local Entabeni project
Pic4Partners Community AIDS meeting

This project seeks to strengthen and facilitate local community responses to HIV-prevention and AIDS-care through working with local people to develop HIV/AIDS management and networking skills, promote local health leadership and build partnerships between local community residents and outside support organisations (from civil society, the public sector and the private sector).

The starting point of this work is that that too many HIV/AIDS programmes in Africa have been imposed on communities in a top-down way, by outside professionals who often little understanding of the people in their 'target' communities. By contrast we seek to develop approaches that strengthen local community responses, promoting local 'AIDS-competence' through the strategies of participation and partnerships.

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About 44% of South Africans, and 65% of people in sub-Saharan Africa live in rural areas

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Volunteer health workers collect their home-based care kits

The temporal dynamics of HIV transmission, impact and control in a maturing African epidemic

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pic1Mercy Nhamo and research participants

The Manicaland HIV/STI Prevention Project| involves a partnership with epidemiologists and demographers from the Imperial College School of Medicine, and the Biomedical Research and Training Institute in Harare. Funded by the Wellcome Trust, it is directed by Dr Simon Gregson |

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Farming community in rural Manicaland

A very small corner of this large project is occupied by myself and colleague Mercy Nhamo, a qualitative social scientist from Harare. Our work involves in-depth case studies of the impact of HIV/AIDS on small rural communities on the border of Mozambique and Zimbabwe, in the interests of mapping out links between ‘social capital’ and HIV transmission. We are keen to understand and develop the potential for community groupings (e.g. women’s groups, savings clubs) to lead HIV/AIDS responses in small communities – with a particular emphasis on groupings linked to various churches.

pic3Women's gardening group

We also have a particular interest in the role of such groupings in combating AIDS stigma. We have successfully adapted and piloted the UNDPs ‘community conversations’ technique as a strategy for working with informal grassroots groupings to collectively brainstorm actionable anti-stigma strategies, and to support people in putting these into action.

The social conditions for effective community mobilisation in India.

I am a co-investigator in this project which is led by Dr Flora Cornish| ( Lecturer in Qualitative Research Methodology in the Methodology Institute) . This project is funded by ESRC-DFID. It examines the social conditions and organisational structures that support community health programmes in India.

The work takes the form of a comparative case study of two successful sex-worker led programmes, in the interests of developing evidence-based recommendations for social policies to support effective community mobilisation.

Mineworkers face multiple health risks

Mineworkers face multiple health risks

The project sought to build partnerships between communities and health services

The project sought to build partnerships between communities and health services

Community-led peer education in Summertown

Community-led peer education in Summertown Campbell with peer educator Ms N Mchunu in Summertown

Campbell with peer educator Ms N Mchunu in Summertown

This research was funded by a range of international agencies, including: the UK Department for International Development, UN AIDS, the U.S. Population Council.

  • commercial sex workers,
  • young people
  • migrant mineworkers and
  • stakeholders’ from the private and public sectors. My research focused on three areas:
  • the social construction of sexuality;
  • community-led peer education; and
  • multi-stakeholder project management.

    This research was funded by a range of international agencies, including: the UK Department for International Development, UN AIDS, the U.S. Population Council.


Ethnic identities, health inequalities and local community participation in England

This project was framed by two concerns. Firstly an interest in the social psychology of social inequalities, and more particularly the way in which people's social identities are shaped and constrained by inequalities based on gender, ethnicity, age/youth and socio-economic position - in ways that lead to the reproduction or transformation of unequal social relations. Secondly an interest in the conditions under which community participation and partnerships may contribute to alleviating health inequalities.

I am Programme Director of the MSc in Health, Community and Development|. I convene PS461|, the programme core course, also entitled: Health, community and Development, as well as teaching PS418|, a graduate option on the Social Psychology of Health Communication.

At the doctoral level I am Programme Director of the Psychology@LSE progamme – which is an administrative/pastoral role, and I also have my own doctoral students. I supervise in the fields of health, health promotion, HIV/AIDS, public health and community development in countries including England, India, Ghana, Kenya, Guatemala, Papua New Guinea, Senegal and South Africa.

PhD| topics I have supervised include: representations of smoking; coping with repetitive strain injury; health and the internet; various aspects of reproductive health; peer education; young peoples' sexual health; media representations of teenage pregnancy; public health partnerships between communities, public sector and private sector; AIDS-care in remote rural settings; volunteer community health workers; diabetes (knowledge, emotions, action); health-related empowerment of sex workers; western perceptions of African poverty; and vulnerability and resilience of AIDS orphans.

2014

» Guest edited special issues

  1. Campbell, C and Cornish, F (Guest Editors) (2014) Community Health Psychology for the 21st Century: Pathways to Health-Enabling Social Change. Journal of Health Psychology. 19(1): 1-192. View

»Peer reviewed publications

  1. Campbell, C (2014) Community mobilisation in the 21st century: Updating our theory of social change? Journal of Health Psychology. 19(1): 46-59. View
  2. Campbell, C and Cornish, F (2014) Reimagining community health psychology: Maps, journeys and new terrains. Journal of Health Psychology. 19(1): 3-15. View
  3. Gillespie, A, Reader, T, Cornish, F and Campbell, C (2014) Beyond ideal speech situations: Adapting to communication asymmetries in health care. Journal of Health Psychology. 19(1): 72-98. View
  4. Lubek, I, Lee, H, Kros, S, Wong, M.L, Van Merode, T, Liu, J, McCreanor, T, Idema, R, and Campbell, C(2014) HIV/AIDS, beersellers and critical community health psychology in Cambodia: A case study. Journal of Health Psychology. 19(1): 110-116. View
  5. Nhamo, M, Gregson, S and Campbell, C (2014) Community group membership and stigmatising attitudes towards people living with HIV in eastern Zimbabwe. Journal of Community Health. 39(1): 72-82.View
  6. Cornish, F, Priego Hernandez, J, Campbell, C, Mburu, G and McLean, S (2014) The impact of community mobilisation on HIV prevention in middle and low income countries: a systematic review and critique. AIDS and Behaviour. View
  7. Pufall, E, Nyamukapa, C, Eaton, J, Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, Munyati, S, Robertson, L and Gregson, S (2014) The impact of HIV on children's education in eastern Zimbabwe. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV.  DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2014.892564. View
  8. Olinyk, S, Gibbs, A and Campbell, C (2014) Implementing global gender policy to reduce HIV/AIDS in low-and middle-income countries: policy makers' perspectives. African Journal of AIDS Research. View
  9. Burgess, R and Campbell, C (2014) Contextualising women's mental distress and coping strategies in the time of AIDS: a rural South African case study. Transcultural Psychiatry. View
  10. Abdelshahid, A, and Campbell, C (2014) 'Should I circumcise my daughter?' Exploring diversity and ambivalence in Egyptian parents' social representations of female circumcision. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology.View
  11. Campbell, C, Andersen, L, Mutsikiwa, A, Madanhire, C, Skovdal, M, Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (2014) Children's representations of school support for HIV-affected peers in rural Zimbabwe. BMC Public Health. 14: 402. View

» Accepted in press

  1. Campbell, C, Nair, Y and Maimane, S (in press) From rhetoric to reality? Putting HIV/AIDS rights talk into practice in a South African rural community. Paper submitted to special edition of Culture, Health and Sexuality: "Culture, Justice and Health: exploring the limits of 'rights-work' in sexual and reproductive health in the South" Guest editors Unnithan, M. and Pigg, S.
  2. Pufall, E, Gregson, S, Eaton, J.W, Masoka, T, Mpandaguta, E, Andersen, L, Skovdal, M, Nyamukapa, C, and Campbell, C. (in press) The contribution of schools to supporting the wellbeing of children affected by HIV in Eastern Zimbabwe. AIDS.

» Revisions in progress

  1. Gibbs, A, Campbell, C, Akintola, O and Colvin, C (revisions in progress) Social Contexts and building social capital for collective action: three case studies of volunteers in the context of HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology.
  2. Lu, H, Chauhan, A and Campbell, C (revisions in progress) Representations of mental health among middle age urban Chinese men. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology.
  3. Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, Andersen, L, Mutsikiwa, A, Nyamukapa, C, Madanhire, C and Gregson, S (revisions in progress) Exploring the role of schools in supporting AIDS-affected children in Zimbabwe: a review and conceptual framework. Comparative Educational Review.
  4. Yotsui, M, Campbell, C and Honma, T (revisions in progress) Collective action by the elderly in natural disasters: The Great East Japan Earthquake. Ageing and society.
  5. Campbell, C, Andersen, L, Skovdal, M, Madanhire, C, Mutiskiwa, A, Nyamukapa, C, Pufall, E and Gregson, S (revisions in progress) Thinking about children's agency in extreme hardship: Zimbabwean children's draw-and-write about their AIDS-affected peers. Health and Place.

» Submitted

  1. Hannifan, A and Campbell, C (submitted) Bridging the secular-sacred divide in addressing intimate partner violence in Latino faith communities. Violence Against Aomen.
  2. Campbell, C, Andersen, L, Mutiskiwa, A, Madanhire, C, Skovdal, M, Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (submitted) Factors shaping the HIV-competence of two primary schools in rural Zimbabwe. International Journal of Educational Development. 
  3. Elmes, J, Nhongo, K, Skovdal, M, Ward, H, Campbell, C, Hallett, T,Nyamukapa, C, White, P.J and Gregson, S (submitted) The impact of economic collapse on the nature and organization or rural female sex work in eastern Zimbabwe: implications for the course of STI epidemics. PLOS ONE.
  4. Campbell, C, Scott, K, Mupambireyi, Z, Nhamo, M, Nyamukapa, C, Skovdal, M and Gregson, S (submitted) Community resistance to a peer education programme in Zimbabwe. The Journal for Social Development in Africa.
  5. Mannell, J, Campbell, C, Jacksno, S and Umutoni, A (submitted) Women's experiences of intimate partner violence in Rwanda: Exploring forms of agency beyond help-seeking. Global Public Health.
  6. Burgess, R, and Campbell, C (submitted) Creating social policy to support women's agency in coercive settings: a case study from Uganda. Global Public Health.

» In preparation

  1. Campbell, C, Andersen, L, Skovdal, M, Madanhire, C, Mutiskiwa, A. Nyamukapa, C Gregson, S (in progress) Exploring teachers' ethic of care for HIV-affected children in rural Zimbabwe: from policy to practice? To be submitted to AIDS and Behaviour.
  2. Campbell, C, Andersen, L, Skovdal, M, Madanhire, C, Mutiskiwa, A, Nyamukapa, C, Gregson, S (in progress) Creating AIDS competent schools: using Photovoice to explore young AIDS-affected peoples experiences of secondary school in rural Zimbabwe. To be submitted to Environment and Planning 4: Space and Society.
  3. Skovdal, M and Campbell, C (in progress) Special Issue
    Introduction: Is it realistic to expect schools to take on additional care and support roles?
    Special Issue of Journal of International Educational Development. Proposed date of publication: early 2015.
  4. LeRoux-Rutledge, E, Guerlain, M, Andersen, L, Campbell, C, Mutsikiwa, A, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C, Skovdal, M, and Gregson, S (in progress) Gender differences in Zimbabwean children's representations of their HIV-affected peers. To be submitted to AIDS Care.
  5. Marcus, R and Campbell, C (in progress) The influence of the social context on maternal health case access in South Florida. To be submitted to Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

» Special issues in preparation

  1. Skovdal, M and Campbell, C (Guest editors) (in preparation) Schools in Extreme Settings. Special issue of International Journal of Educational Development. (Due early 2015)
  2. Mannell, J, Campbell, C (Guest editors) (in preparation) Gender, agency and intimate partner violence. Special issue of Global Public Health (Due summer 2015)

2013

» Peer reviewed publications

  1. Scott, K, Campbell, C, Madanhire, C, Skovdal, M Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (2013) In what ways do communities support optimal antiretroviral treatment in Zimbabwe? Health Promotion International . DOI: 10.1093/heapro/dat014. View
  2. Skovdal, M, Magutshwa-Zitha, S, Campbell, C, Nyamukapa, C, and Gregson, S (2013) Children's role in the community response to HIV in Zimbabwe. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 16:18468. View
  3. Campbell, E, Skovdal, M and Campbell, C (in press, 2013) Ethiopian students' relationship with their environment: Implications for environmental and climate adaptation programmes. Children's Geographies. 4(11): 436-160. View
  4. Campbell, C Papp, S and Gogoi, A, (2013) Improving maternal health through social accountability: a case study from Orissa, India. Global Public Health. 8(4): 449-464. View
  5. Skovdal, M, Magutshwa-Zitha, S, Campbell, C, Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (2013, online) Children's role in the community response to HIV in Zimbabwe. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 16: 18468. View
  6. Campbell, C, Scott, K, Nhamo, M, Nyamukapa, C, Madanhire, C, Skovdal, M, Sherr, L and Gregson, S (2013) Social capital and HIV Competent Communities: The role of community groups in managing HIV/AIDS in rural Zimbabwe. AIDS Care. 25(1): S114–S122. View
  7. Gregson, S, Nyamukapa, C, Schumacher, C, Magutshwa-Zitha, S, Skovdal, M, Yeyeke, R, Sherr, L and Campbell, C (2013) Evidence for a contribution of the Community Response to HIV decline in eastern Zimbabwe? (World Bank Special Issue: Evaluation of the Community Response.) AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV. 25(S1): S88-S96.View
  8. Andreouli, E, Skovdal, M and Campbell, C (2013) "It made me realise that I am lucky for what I got": British young carers encountering the realities of their African peers. Journal of Youth Studies. 16(8): 1038-1053. View
  9. Skovdal, M, Campbell, C and Onyango, V (2013) Supporting caregiving children in Kenya: from policy paralysis to action. Childcare in Practice. 19(4): 318-339. View
  10. Baatiema, L, Skovdal, M, Rifkin, S and Campbell, C (2013) Assessing Participation in a Community-based Health Planning and Services Programme in Ghana. BMC Health Services Research. 13:233. View DOI: 10.1186/10.1186/1472-6963-13-233
  11. Scott, K, Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S  (2013) What can companies do to support HIV-positive workers? Recommendations for medium and large sized African workplaces. International Journal of Workplace Health Management. 6(3): 174-188. View DOI:10.1080/13575279.2013.799454
  12. Gregson, S, Nyamukapa, c, Sherr, L, Mugurungi, O and Campbell, C (2013) Grassroots Community Organizations' Contribution to the Scale-Up of HIV Testing and Counselling Services in Zimbabwe. AIDS. 27(10): 1657-1666. View
  13. Campbell, C, Nhamo, M, Scott, K, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C, Skovdal, M and Gregson, S (2013) The role of community conversations in facilitating local HIV competence: Case study from rural Zimbabwe. BMC Public Health. 13:354.View DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-354
  14. Skovdal, M, Magutshwa-Zitha, S, Campbell, C, Nyamukapa C, and Gregson, S (2013) Community groups as 'critical enablers' of the HIV response in Zimbabwe. BMC Health Services Research. 13:195. View
  15. Howarth, C, Campbell, C, Cornish, F, Franks, B, Garcia-Lorenzo, L, Gillespie, A, Gleibs, I.H, Goncalves-Portelinha, I, Jovchelovitch, S, Lahlou, S, Mannell, J.C, Reader, T.W and Tennant, C (2013) Insights from societal psychology: a contextual politics of societal change. Journal of social and political psychology.1(1): 364-384. ISSN 2195-3325 View

» Book chapters

  1. Skovdal, M and Campbell, C (2013) Public engagement and policymaking for caregiving children of the HIV epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Smith, R. A. (Ed.) Global HIV/AIDS politics, policy, and activism: Persistent challenges and emerging issues: Vol. 2. Policy and policymaking. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 107-130. View
  2. Campbell, C and Skovdal, M (2013) Building "AIDS Competent Communities" in Resource-poor Settings: Creating contexts that enable effective community mobilization. In Smith, R. A. (Ed.) Global HIV/AIDS politics, policy, and activism: Persistent challenges and emerging issues: Vol. 3. Activism and community mobilization. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger. View

2012

» Guest edited special issues

  1. Campbell, C, Cornish, F and Skovdal, M (Guest Editors) (2012) Using scale to think about HIV/AIDS interventions: local and global dimensions . Special Edition of Health and Place. 18(3): 447-694. View

    This whole special issue is available free or at low cost to institutions in 'developing' countries as part of the HINARI programme. View
  2. Campbell, C, Burgess, R (Guest editors) (2012) The Role of Communities in Advancing the Goals of the Movement for Global Mental Health. Transcultural Psychiatry. 49 (3-4): 379-538. INTRO ONLY View pdf
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» Peer reviewed publications

  1. Campbell, C, Cornish, F, Skovdal, M (2012) Local pain, global prescriptions? Using scale to analyse the globalisation of the HIV/AIDS response. Health and Place 18(3): 447–452. Guest Editors Introduction. View
    This paper is available free or at low cost to institutions in 'developing' countries as part of the HINARI programme. View 
  2. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Mainane, S, Sibiya, Z, and Gibbs, A (2012) "Dissemination as Intervention": Building Local HIV Competence through the Report Back of Research Findings to a South African Rural Community. Antipode. 44(3): 704-724. View
  3. Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, Mupambireyi, Z, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C.A and Gregson, S (2012) Building adherence-competent communities: Factors promoting children's adherence to anti-retroviral HIV/AIDS treatment in rural Zimbabwe. Health and Place, 18(2): 123-131. View
  4. Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, Mupambireyi, Z, Madanhire, C, Robertson, L, Nyamukapa, C.A and Gregson, S (2012) Can AIDS stigma be reduced to poverty stigma? Exploring Zimbabwean children's representations of poverty and AIDS. Child: Care, Health and Development. 38(5): 732-742. View DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2214.2011.01311.x
  5. Cornish, F, Campbell, C, Shukla, A, and Banerji, R  (2012) From brothel to boardroom: Prospects for community leadership of Indian HIV interventions in the context of global funding practices. Health and Place. 18(3): 468-474. View
  6. Campbell, C and Cornish, F (2012) How Can Community Health Programmes Build Enabling Environments for Transformative Communication? Experiences from India and South Africa. AIDS and Behaviour. 16(4): 847-857. View
  7. Campbell, C and Burgess, R (2012) The role of communities in advancing the goals of The Movement For Global Mental Health. Transcultural Psychiatry. 49(3-4): 379-395.  View

» Book chapters

  1. Campbell, C and Scott, K (2012) Community Health and Social Mobilization. In Obregon, R and Waisbord, S (Eds.) Global Health Communication. Chichester: Wiley. 177-194. View
  2. Gibbs, A and Campbell, C (2012) Strengthening Community Participation in Primary Health Care: Experiences from South Africa. In: McGuire, A & Costa-Font, J (Eds.) The LSE Companion to Health Policy. Edward Elgar Publishing: London. View

» Book reviews

  1. Campbell, C (2012) Review of A Critical Psychology of the Post-Colonial: The Mind of Apartheid (Hook, D). Ethnic and Racial Studies. 35(7): 1341-1342. View DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2012.679665.

2011

» Peer reviewed publications

  1. Gregson S, Nyamukapa C, Schumacher C, Mugurungi O, Benedikt C, Mushati C, Campbell C, and Garnett, G.P (2011) Did national HIV prevention programmes contribute to HIV decline in eastern Zimbabwe? Evidence from a prospective community survey. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 38(12). (IR = 2.579) View
  2. Skovdal, M, Campbell, C , Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (2011) "We, the AIDS people…": Through what mechanisms have antiretroviral therapy created a context for ARV users to resist stigma and construct positive identities? American Journal of Public Health. 101(6): 1004-1010. (IR = 4.241).View
  3. Skovdal, M, Campbell, C, Nhongo, K, Nyamukapa, C, and Gregson, S (2011) Contextual and psychosocial influences on ART adherence in rural Zimbabwe: towards a systematic framework for programme planners. International Journal for Health Planning and Management. 26(3): 296-318. View
  4. Skovdal, M, Campbell, C, Madanhire, C, Mupambireyi, Z, Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (2011) Masculinity as a barrier to men's use of HIV services in Zimbabwe. Globalisation and Health. 7(13)(IR = 2.86) View
  5. Gregson, S, Mushati, P, Grusin, H, Nhamo, M, Schumacher, C, Skovdal, M, Nyamukapa, C, and Campbell, C (2011) Social capital and women's reduced vulnerability to HIV infection in rural Zimbabwe. Population and Development Review 37(2): 333–359 (IR= 1.588) View
  6. Skovdal, M, Campbell, C, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C, & Gregson, S (2011) Challenges faced by elderly guardians in sustaining the adherence to antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected children in Zimbabwe. AIDS Care. 23(8): 957-964 (IR=1.684) View
  7. Campbell, C, Scott, K, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C and Gregson, S (2011) Sources of motivation and frustration among healthcare workers administering antiretroviral treatment in rural Zimbabwe. AIDS Care. 23(7): 797-802. View
    DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2010.525622
  8. Skovdal, M, Campbell, C, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C, and Gregson, S (2011) When masculinity interferes with women's treatment of HIV infection: A qualitative study about adherence to antiretroviral therapy in Zimbabwe. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 14(29). View

» Book chapters

  1. Campbell, C and Scott,K (2011) Mediated health communication: from information to social change. In Hook, D, Franks, B, and Bauer, M (Eds.) Social Psychology of Communication. Great Britain: Palgrave Macmillan. 266-284. View

» Reviews

  1. Campbell, C (2011) Embracing complexity: towards more nuanced understandings of social capital and health. Global Health Action. 4: 5964. View. DOI: 10.3402/gha.v4i0.5964
  2. Campbell, C (2011) Power, politics and rehabilitation in South Africa: from the personal to the political.Review of Able-Bodied: Scenes from a Curious Life (Swartz, L). Disability and Rehabilitation: Perspectives in Rehabilitation. 33(17-18): 1699-1701. (IR = 1.555) View
  3. Campbell, C (2011) Interview: School of hard knocks (Interview with Janice Haaken). The Psychologist. 24(7): 512-515.  (IR = 0.341) View

2010

» Guest edited special issues

  1. Cornish, F and Campbell, C (Editors) (2010)The social context of community mobilization: foundations for success or failure. Special Edition of AIDS Care. 22(S2). 1569-1678. (IR= 1.684) View

» Peer reviewed publications

  1. Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, Mupambireyi, Z, and Gregson, S (2010) Exploring children's representations of stigma and AIDS-affected children in Zimbabwe through drawings and stories. Social Science and Medicine. 71(5): 975-985. (IR=2.71) View 
  2. Campbell, C, and Cornish, F (2010) Towards a 'fourth generation' of approaches to HIV/AIDS management: Creating contexts for effective community mobilization. AIDS Care. 22(S2): 1569-1579. (IR = 1.684) View
  3. Nhamo, M, Campbell, C, and Gregson, S (2010) Obstacles to local-level AIDS competence in rural Zimbabwe: putting HIV prevention in context AIDS Care. 22(S2): 1662 – 1669. (IR = 1.684) View
  4. Campbell, C (2010) Political will, traditional leaders and the fight against HIV/AIDS: a South African case study. AIDS Care. 22(S2): 1637 – 1643. (IR = 1.684) View
  5. Campbell,C, Cornish, F, Gibbs, A and Scott, K (2010) Heeding the push from below: How do social movements persuade the rich to listen to the poor? Journal of Health Psychology. 15(7): 962-971. (IR = 1.683) View
  6. Campbell, C and Scott, K (2010) Rhetoric and the challenges of HIV/AIDS management: promoting health-enabling dialogue through mediated communication. African Journal of Rhetoric. 1(2):10-37. View
  7. Gibbs, A, Campbell, C, Nair, Y and Maimane, S (2010) Mismatches between youth aspirations and participatory HIV/AIDS programmes in South Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research. 9(2): 153-163. (IR = 0.569)  View
  8. Campbell, C, Skovdal, M, and Gibbs, A (2010). Creating social spaces to tackle AIDS-related stigma: Reviewing the role of Church groups in sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS and Behaviour. 15(6): 1204-1219. (IR=3.038) View
    DOI: 10.1007/s10461-010-9766-0
  9. Campbell, C, Scott, K, Madanhire, C, Nyamukapa, C, and Gregson, S (2010) A 'good hospital': Nurse and patient perceptions of good clinical care for HIV positive people on antiretroviral treatment in rural Zimbabwe—a mixed-methods qualitative study. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 48(2):175-83. (IR = 1.910) View

» Book chapters

  1. Gibbs, A and Campbell, C (2010) Political will as a significant 'social determinant of health'. In Bhattacharya, S, Messenger, S and Overy, C (Eds.) Social Determinants of Health: Assessing Theory, Policy and Practice. New Delhi: Orient Blackswan. 242-262. View

  2. Campbell, C and Gibbs, A (2010) Gender, poverty and AIDS. Perspectives with particular reference to Sub-Saharan Africa. In Chant, S (Ed) The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty. Cheltenham: Elgar. 327-332. View

» Book reviews

  1. Campbell, C (2010) Review ofHard Knocks: Domestic Violence and the Psychology of Story-Telling (Haaken, J). The Community Psychologist. 43(4): 7-8. View
  2. Campbell, C. (2010) Review of Disability and international development: towards inclusive global health . (MacLachlan, M and Swartz, L Eds). Psychology, Health and Medicine. 15(5): 622-623. View
  3. Campbell, Catherine (2010) Review of Health Promotion: A Psycho-social Approach (Stephens, C). Global public health: an international journal for research, policy and practice. 5(2): 199-201. ISSN 1744-1692. View

» Editorials

  1. De-Graft Aikins, A, Unwin, N, Agyeman, C, Allotey, P, Campbell, C and Arhinful, D (2010) Tackling Africa's chronic disease burden: from the local to the global. Editorial for special edition of Globalisation and Health 6(5). (Unofficial IR = 2.86). View

2009

» Peer reviewed publications

  1. Skovdal, M, Ogutu, V.O, Aoro, C and Campbell, C (2009) Young Carers as Social Actors: Coping Strategies of Children Caring for Ailing or Ageing Guardians in Western Kenya. Social Science and Medicine. 69(4): 587-595. (IR = 2.71). View
  2. Skovdal, M and Campbell, C (2009) Orphan Competent Communities: A Framework for Community Analysis and Action. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 5(S1): 19-30. View
  3. Cornish, F, Campbell, C (2009) The social conditions for successful peer education: A comparison of two HIV prevention programmes run by sex workers in India and South Africa. American Journal of Community Psychology. 44:123-135. (IR = 2.169) View
  4. Campbell, C, Gibbs, A, Nair, Y and Maimane, S (2009) Youth Participation in the fight against AIDS: From policy to practice. Journal of Youth Studies. 12(1): 93-109. View
  5. Campbell, C, Gibbs, A, Nair, Y and Maimane, S (2009) Frustrated Potential, False Promise or Complicated Possibilities? Empowerment and participation amongst female health volunteers in South Africa. Journal of Health Management, Special Edition on Subaltern Approaches to the Millennium Development Goals. 11(2): 315-336. View
  6. Campbell, C, and Scott, K (2009) Retreat from Alma Ata? The WHO's report on task shifting to community health workers for AIDS care in poor countries. Global public health: an international journal for research, policy and practice. 6(2): 125-138. ISSN 1744-1692.
    View

» Book chapters

  1. Campbell, C and Gibbs, A (2009) Stigma, Gender and HIV: Case studies of inter-sectionality. In Boesten, J and Poku, N (Eds.) Gender and AIDS: Critical Perspectives from the Developing World. Palgrave MacMillan: London. 29-47. View
  2. Campbell, C (2009) Technologies of 'participation' and 'capacity building' in HIV/AIDS management in Africa: three case studies. In Davis, M & Squire, C (Eds.) HIV Treatment and Prevention Technologies in International Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan: London. 18-32. View
  3. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Maimane, S and Gibbs, A (2009) Strengthening Community Responses to AIDS: Possibilities and Challenges. In P. Rohleder, L, Swartz, S, Kalichman and Simbayi, L (Eds.) HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 Years On: Psychosocial Perspectives. New York: Springer. 221-237. View

» Book reviews 

  1. Campbell, C (2009) From local to global: contextualising women's sexual health in the shadow of AIDS. Review of AIDS, Sex and Culture (Susser, I). Journal of Health Psychology. 14(6): 833-835. (IR = 1.683) View
  2. Campbell, C (2009) Review of HIV in South Africa (Squire, C). Journal of Health Management 11(1): 251-253. View

  3. Campbell, Catherine(2009) Review of:From Local to Global: Contextualizing Women's Sexual Health in the Shadow of AIDS(Susser, I). Journal of health psychology. 14(6): 833-835. ISSN 1359-1053 View

2008

»Peer reviewed publications

  1. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Maimane, S, and Sibiya, Z (2008) Supporting people with AIDS and their carers in rural South Africa: Possibilities and challenges. Health and Place. 14(3): 507-518. View
  2. Nair, Y and Campbell, C (2008) Building partnerships to support community-led HIV/AIDS management: a case study from rural South Africa. African Journal AIDS Research. 7(1): 45-53. View

  3. Campbell, C & Gibbs, A.(2008) Representations of HIV/AIDS Management in South African Newspapers. African Journal AIDS Research. 7(2): 195-208. View
  4. Campbell, C, Gibbs, A, Nair, Y and Maimane, S (2008) Hearing community voices: grassroots perceptions of an intervention to support health volunteers in South Africa. SAHARA: Journal of the Social Aspects of AIDS. 5(4): 162-177. View
  5. Campbell, C, Williams, B and Gilgen, D (2002) Is social capital a useful conceptual tool for exploring community level influences on HIV infection? An exploratory case study from South Africa. AIDS Care. 14(1): 41-54. View

»Book reviews

  1. Campbell, C (2008) Review of 'Foucault, Psychology and the Analytics of Power' (by Derek Hook) Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 18. View

»Miscellaneous

  1. Can community participation improve mental health in India? read blog

2007

  1. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Maimane, S, Sibiya, Z (2007) Building contexts that support effective community responses to HIV/AIDS. American Journal of Community Psychology. 39(3-4):347-363. Pre-Print
  2. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Maimane, S (2007) 'Dying twice': towards an actionable multi-level model of the roots of AIDS stigma in a South African community. Journal of Health Psychology. May 2007, 12:3. Pre-Print

2006

  1. Campbell C, Deacon H (Guest Editors) (2006) Understanding and Challenging Stigma. Special edition of Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 16.
  2. Campbell C, Deacon H (2006) Unravelling the contexts of stigma: from internalisation to resistance to change. In: Understanding and Challenging Stigma. Special edition of Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 16: 411-417 Pre-Print
  3. Campbell C, Nair Y, Maimane, S (2006) AIDS stigma, sexual moralities and the policing of women and youth in South Africa. Feminist Review 83. Special Edition on Sexual Moralities.
  4. Campbell C (2006) HIV/AIDS: politics and inter-group relations. In Ratele K (Ed) Intergroup relations: South African perspectives. Cape Town: Juta. Pp. 171-19
  5. Campbell, C (2006) Creating social environments that support the possibility of health. Commonwealth Health Ministers Reference Report. London: Commonwealth Secretariat.

2005

  1. Campbell, C, Foulis, C, Maimane, S, Sibiya, Z (2005) "I Have an Evil Child at My House": Stigma and HIV/AIDS Management in South Africa. American Journal Public Health, 95: 808-815. Pre-Print
  2. Campbell, C, Maimane, S and Sibiya, Z (2005) The impact of social environments on the effectiveness of youth HIV prevention. AIDS-Care. 17 (4) 471-478. May 2005. Pre-Print
  3. Campbell C, Nair Y, Maimane S and Sibiya Z (2005) Building 'AIDS competent' communities. AIDS Bulletin, 14 (3), 14-19.
  4. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Maimane, S and Sibiya, Z,Understanding and challenging HIV/AIDS stigma. Durban: HIVAN.
  5. Campbell, C, Nair, Y, Maimane, S and Sibiya, Z (2005) Home based carers: a vital resource for effective ARV roll-out in rural communities? AIDS Bulletin, 14(1), March 05, 22-27. Pre-Print

2004

  1. Campbell, C, Cornish, F and McLean, C (2004) Social capital, participation and the perpetuation of health inequalities: obstacles to African-Caribbean participation in 'partnerships' to improve mental health. Ethnicity and Health. 9 (3), 305-327. Pre-Print
  2. Campbell, C (2004) Migrancy, Masculine Identities, and AIDS: The Psychosocial Context of HIV Transmission on the South African Gold Mines. In Kalipeni, E, Craddock, S, Oppong, J & Ghosh, J (Eds) HIV & AIDS in Africa: Beyond Epidemiology. Oxford: Blackwell, 144-54. Pre-print
  3. Campbell, C and Murray, M (2004) Community health psychology: promoting analysis and action for social change. Journal of Health Psychology, 9(2), 187-196. Pre-Print
  4. Murray, M and Campbell, C (Guest Editors) (2004) Special edition on Community Health Psychology. Journal of Health Psychology, 9 (2).
  5. Gregson, S, Terceira, N, Mushati, P, Nyamukapa, C and Campbell, C (2004) Community group participation: can it help young women to avoid HIV? An exploratory study of social capital and school education in rural Zimbabawe. Social Science and Medicine, 58 (11): 2119-213 Pre-Print
  6. Campbell, C. (2004) Health Psychology and Community Action. Chapter in M. Murray (Ed) Critical health psychology, Palgrave/MacMillan International.
  7. Campbell, C (2004)The role of collective action in the prevention of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. In D. Hook, N. Mkhize, P. Kiguwa and A. Collins (Eds) Critical Psychology in South Africa. Cape Town: Juta/ University of Cape Town Press. pp. 335-359.
  8. Campbell, Catherine (2004) The role of collective action in the prevention of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Chapter 12 in: K Ratele, N Duncan, D Hook, N Mkhize, P Kiguwa and A Collins (Eds) Self, community and psychology. Cape Town: UCT Press. pp. 11 – 125.
  9. Campbell, C. and Foulis, C. (2004)Creating contexts for effective home-based care of people dying of AIDS in South Africa. Curationis, 27 (3), pp. 5-14. Pre-Print
  10. Campbell, C (2004)Editorial:creating environments that support peer education: experiences from HIV/AIDS prevention in South Africa.Health Education, 104(4), 2004, 197-200. Pre-Print
  11. Maimane, S, Campbell, C, Nair, Y and Sibiya, Z (2004) The role of volunteer community health workers in a rural setting. Monduzzi Editore (Eds) Proceedings of the XV International AIDS Conference. Bangkok, 2004.
  12. Campbell, C (2004) Review of T. Barnett and A. Whiteside: AIDS in the 21st Century: Disease and Globalisation. Development in practice, 14 (3), April 2004, pp. 452-453.
  13. Campbell, C (2004) Review of J. Beall, O. Crankshaw and S. Parnell Uniting a Divided City. Governance and Social Exclusion in Johannesburg. Development and Change. 35 (2), April, 397-8.
  14. Campbell, C, Foulis, CA, Maimane, S and Sibiya, Z (2004) Supporting youth: broadening the approach to HIV/AIDS prevention programmes. Durban: HIVAN. Full text

2003

  1. Campbell, C (2003) Letting them die: how HIV/AIDS prevention programmes often fail. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
    Oxford: James Currey. Cape Town: Doublestorey. Book reviews.
  2. Ellison, G, Parker, M and Campbell, C (2003) Learning from HIV/AIDS. Cambridge University Press.
  3. Campbell, C. and McLean, C. (2003)Social capital, local community participation and the construction of Pakistani identities in England: implications for health inequalities policies.Journal of Health Psychology. Vol. 8(2), 247-26 Pre-Print
  4. McLean, C, Campbell, C and Cornish, F (2003) African-Caribbean interactions with health services: experiences and expectations as (re)productive of health inequalities. Social Science and Medicine. 56 (3), 657-669. Pre-Print .
  5. Murray, M and Campbell, C (2003) Living in a material world: reflecting on some assumptions of health psychology. Journal of Health Psychology. 8(2), 231-236. Pre-Print
  6. Rain-Taljaard, R, Lagarde, E, Taljaard, D, Campbell, C, MacPhail, C, Williams, B and Auvert, B (2003) Potential for an intervention based on male circumcision in a South African township with high levels of HIV infection. AIDS Care. 15(3), 315-327.
  7. McLean, C. and Campbell, C. (2003) Locating research informants in a multi-ethnic community in England: Ethnic identities, social networks and recruitment methods. Ethnicity and Health. 8 (1), 41-61. Pre-Print
  8. Campbell, C and Cornish, F (2003) How has the HIV/AIDS epidemic contributed to our understandings of the psychology of behaviour change? In G Ellison, M Parker and C Campbell (Eds) Learning from HIV/AIDS. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (pp. 148-177)
  9. G Ellison, M Parker and C Campbell (2003) Learning from HIV/AIDS: from multidisciplinarity to interdisciplinarity. In G Ellison, M Parker and C Campbell (Eds) Learning from HIV/AIDS. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (pp. 1-31.)
  10. Williams, B, Taljaard, D, Campbell, C, Gouws, E, Ndhlovu, L, van Dam, J, Carael, M, Auvert. B (2003) Changing patterns of knowledge, reported behaviour and sexually transmitted infections in a South African gold mining community. AIDS. 17, 2099-2017.
  11. Murray, M. and Campbell, C. (2003) Beyond the sidelines: towards a more politically engaged health psychology. Health Psychology Update. 12 (3), 12-17.
  12. Campbell, C (2003) Why HIV prevention programmes fail. Editorial in Student BMJ, November 2003.

2002

  1. Campbell, C and Mzaidume, Y (2002) How can HIV be prevented in South Africa? A social perspective. British Medical Journal, 324, 229-232 (26 January)
  2. Campbell, C. and MacPhail, C. (2002)Peer education, gender and the development of critical consciousness: Participatory HIV prevention by South African youth. Social Science and Medicine. 55 (2), 331-345. (July). Pre-Print
  3. Campbell, C. and McLean, C. (2002) Ethnic identity, social capital and health inequalities: Factors shaping African-Caribbean participation in local community networks. Social Science and Medicine. 55 (4), 643-657. (August). Pre-publication version. Pre-Print
  4. Campbell, C. and McLean, C. (2002) Inter-ethnic comparisons in peoples' accounts of local community participation: the context of health inequalities in England. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 12(1), 13-30. Pre-Print
  5. Campbell, C., Williams, B. and Gilgen, D. (2002) Is social capital a useful conceptual tool for exploring community level influences on HIV infection? An exploratory case study from South Africa. AIDS-Care. 14(1), 41-55 (February). Pre-Print
  6. Campbell, C and McLean, C (2002) Social capital and social exclusion in England: African-Caribbean participation in local community networks. Chapter in C. Swann and A. Morgan (Eds) Social capital for health: insights from qualitative research. London: Health Development Agency.
  7. MacPhail, C., Williams, B. and Campbell, C. (2002) Relative risk of HIV infection amongst young men and women in a South African township International Journal of STDs and AIDS. 13(5), 331-34
  8. Campbell, C (2002) The role of social capital in promoting or hindering HIV prevention: a case study of a South African mining community. Monduzzi Editore (Eds) Proceedings of the XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona, 2002. ISBN: 88-323-2709-0.
  9. Campbell, C and Foulis, C-A (2002) Creating contexts that support youth-led HIV prevention in schools. Society in Transition, 33 (3).

2001

  1. Campbell, C. and Mzaidume, Y (2001) Grassroots participation in health promotional projects: peer education and HIV prevention by sex workers in South Africa. American Journal of Public Health, 91(12), 1978-1987 (December). View
  2. Campbell, C. and Gillies, P. (2001) Conceptualising 'social capital' for health promotion in small local communities in England: a micro-qualitative study. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 11, 329-346. Pre-Print

2000

  1. Campbell, C. (2000) Selling sex in the time of AIDS: the psycho-social context of condom use by southern African sex workers. Social Science And Medicine, 50, 479-494. Pre-Print
  2. Campbell, C. (2000) Social capital and health: Contextualising health promotion within local community networks. Chapter in Baron, S., Field, J. and Schuller, T., (Eds) Social capital: critical perspectives. Oxford University Press. 182-196. Pre-Print
  3. Aggleton, P and Campbell, C (2000) Working with young people in England and Scotland: towards an agenda for sexual health. Sex and Relationship Therapy, 15(3), 283-296.
  4. Campbell, C and Jovchelovitch, S (2000) Health, Community and Development: Towards a Social Psychology of Participation. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 10. 255-270. Pre-Print
  5. Jovchelovitch, S. and Campbell, C (2000)(Guest editors) Health, community and development: Special Edition of Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology.
  6. Williams, B, Gilgen, D, Campbell, C, Taljaard, D and MacPhail, C (2000) The Natural History of HIV/AIDS in South Africa: A biomedical and social survey in Carletonville. Johannesburg: CSIR.
  7. Williams, B., MacPhail, C., Campbell, C., Moema, S., Mzaidume, Y. and Rasego, B. (2000) The Carletonville-Mothusimpilo Project: limiting transmission of HIV through community participation. South African Journal of Science.
  8. Campbell, C. (2000) Going underground and going after women: masculinity and HIV transmission on the gold mines Chapter in Morrell, R. (Ed) Changing Men in southern Africa. Durban: University of Natal Press.
  9. Mzaidume, Z, Campbell, C and Williams, B (2000) Community-led HIV prevention by southern African sex workers. Research for sex work, 3, 6-8.

1999

  1. Campbell, C. and Aggleton, P. (1999) Young people's sexual health: a framework for policy debate. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 8 (4), 249-263.
  2. Campbell, C and Williams, B. (1999) Beyond the biomedical and behavioural: Towards an integrated approach to HIV-prevention in the southern African mining industry. Social Science And Medicine, 48, 1625-1639.  View
  3. Campbell, C. (1999) Social capital and health. London: Health Education Authority. (160 pages)
  4. Campbell, C. and Aggleton, P. (1999) Young peoples' sexual health: a framework for policy debate. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 8 (4), 249-263. View
  5. Campbell, C (1999) Health and social capital in two less affluent communities in England Chapter in S. Waller, A. Crosier and D. McVey (Eds) Inequalities in health. London: Health Education Authority. View

  6. Campbell, C and Williams, B (1999 )Understanding the impact of a community-led HIV prevention programme: context, conceptual framework and methodology. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 15 (4), 9-23. View
  7. MacPhail, C. and Campbell,C. (1999) Evaluating HIV-prevention programmes: Do current indicators do justice to advances in intervention? South African Journal Of Psychology, 29 (4), 149-165. View

  8. Williams, C. Campbell and C. MacPhail (Eds) (1999) Managing HIV/AIDS in South Africa: Lessons from Industrial Settings. Johannesburg: Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.

1998

  1. Campbell, C. (1998) Representations of gender, respectability and commercial sex in the shadow of AIDS: A South African case study. Social Science Information, 37 (4), 687-707.
  2. Campbell, C. (1998) Peer education and safe sexual behaviour in adolescents. In Moore, H. (Ed.) Promoting The Health Of Children And Young People: Setting A Research Agenda. London: Health Education Authority, pp. 51-61.
  3. Campbell, C and G. Hayes (Guest Editors) (1998) HIV/AIDS: social approaches. Special Edition of Psychology in society, 54 (3).
  4. Campbell, C. and Williams, B. (1998) Evaluating HIV-prevention programmes: Conceptual challenges. Psychology in society, 24, 57-68.
  5. Campbell, C. and Williams, B. (1998) Managing disease on the gold mines: 'Work-related' and 'non-work-related' diseases. South African Journal Of Public Health, Supplement to South African Medical Journal, 88 (6), 789-795, June.
  6. Campbell, C., Mzaidume, Y. and Williams, B. (1998) Renegotiating gender relations as an HIV-prevention strategy. Agenda.
  7. Macheke, C. and Campbell, C. (1998) Perceptions of health on a Johannesburg goldmine. South African Journal Of Psychology. 28 (3), pp 146-153.
  8. Williams and C. Campbell (1998) HIV/AIDS in the mining industry: prospects and challenges. AIDS Bulletin, 7 (1)
  9. Williams, B. and Campbell, C. (1998)Creating alliances for disease management in industrial settings International Journal Of Occupational And Environmental Health, 4: 257-264.
  10. Williams, B. and Campbell, C. (1998) Understanding the epidemic of HIV in South Africa: Analysis of the antenatal clinic survey data. South African Medical Journal, 88 (3), 247-251, March.
  11. Williams, B., Campbell, C., Mqoqi, N. and Kleinschmidt, I. (1998) Occupational health, occupational illness: Tuberculosis, silicosis and HIV on the South African mines. In Banks, D. and Parker, J. (Eds) Occupational Lung Disease: An International Perspective. US, Chapman and Hall Medical, pp. 95-105
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