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Hanna-Andrea Rother
Hanna-Andrea Rother
Head, Environmental Health Division, School of Public Health, University of Cape
Verified email at uct.ac.za - Homepage
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South African farm workers’ interpretation of risk assessment data expressed as pictograms on pesticide labels
HA Rother
Environmental research 108 (3), 419-427, 2008
1392008
Pesticide usage and health consequences for women in developing countries: out of sight out of mind?
L London, S De Grosbois, C Wesseling, S Kisting, HA Rother, D Mergler
International journal of occupational and environmental health 8 (1), 46-59, 2002
1352002
Pesticide safety training and practices in women working in small-scale agriculture in South Africa
S Naidoo, L London, HA Rother, A Burdorf, RN Naidoo, H Kromhout
Occupational and environmental medicine 67 (12), 823-828, 2010
1132010
A qualitative study of language barriers between South African health care providers and cross-border migrants
J Hunter-Adams, HA Rother
BMC health services research 17, 1-9, 2017
1082017
Sustainable healthcare education: integrating planetary health into clinical education
SC Walpole, S Barna, J Richardson, HA Rother
The Lancet Planetary Health 3 (1), e6-e7, 2019
1052019
Pesticide poisonings at a tertiary children's hospital in South Africa: an increasing problem
KH Balme, JC Roberts, M Glasstone, L Curling, HA Rother, L London, ...
Clinical Toxicology 48 (9), 928-934, 2010
882010
Falling through the regulatory cracks: street selling of pesticides and poisoning among urban youth in South Africa
HA Rother
International journal of occupational and environmental health 16 (2), 183-194, 2010
772010
Chemical exposure reduction: Factors impacting on South African herbicide sprayers' personal protective equipment compliance and high risk work practices
F Andrade-Rivas, HA Rother
Environmental research 142, 34-45, 2015
762015
Building an environmentally accountable medical curriculum through international collaboration
SC Walpole, A Vyas, J Maxwell, BJ Canny, R Woollard, C Wellbery, ...
Medical Teacher 39 (10), 1040-1050, 2017
752017
Pesticide use among emerging farmers in South Africa: contributing factors and stakeholder perspectives
HA Rother, R Hall, L London
Development Southern Africa 25 (4), 399-424, 2008
672008
Pesticide labels: Protecting liability or health?–Unpacking “misuse” of pesticides
HA Rother
Current Opinion in Environmental Science & Health 4, 10-15, 2018
642018
Urban health research in Africa: themes and priority research questions
T Oni, W Smit, R Matzopoulos, J Hunter Adams, M Pentecost, HA Rother, ...
Journal of urban health 93, 722-730, 2016
492016
Influences of pesticide risk perception on the health of rural South African women and children
HA Rother
African Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety 10 (2), 42-46, 2000
482000
People, pesticides, and the environment: Who bears the brunt of backward policy in South Africa?
L London, HA Rother
New solutions: A journal of environmental and occupational health policy 10 …, 2001
422001
Silent invaders: pesticides, livelihoods and women's health
M Jacobs, B Dinham
Zed Books, 2003
412003
Pesticide research on environmental and human exposure and risks in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic literature review
S Fuhrimann, C Wan, E Blouzard, A Veludo, Z Holtman, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 19 (1), 259, 2021
382021
The acceptability of rat trap use over pesticides for rodent control in two poor urban communities in South Africa
R Roomaney, R Ehrlich, HA Rother
Environmental Health 11, 1-6, 2012
372012
Priority focus areas for a sub-national response to climate change and health: A South African provincial case study
CN Godsmark, J Irlam, F van der Merwe, M New, HA Rother
Environment international 122, 31-51, 2019
352019
Chemical hazard communication comprehensibility in South Africa: Safety implications for the adoption of the globally harmonised system of classification and labelling of chemicals
MA Dalvie, HA Rother, L London
Safety Science 61, 51-58, 2014
342014
Perceptions related to breastfeeding and the early introduction of complementary foods amongst migrants in Cape Town, South Africa
J Hunter-Adams, L Myer, HA Rother
International breastfeeding journal 11, 1-9, 2016
332016
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