Bronwyn Harris
Bronwyn Harris
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Inequities in access to health care in South Africa
B Harris, J Goudge, JE Ataguba, D McIntyre, N Nxumalo, S Jikwana, ...
Journal of public health policy 32 (1), S102-S123, 2011
4572011
Xenophobia: A new pathology for a new South Africa
B Harris
Psychopathology and social prejudice, 169-184, 2002
4532002
Equity in financing and use of health care in Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania: implications for paths to universal coverage
A Mills, JE Ataguba, J Akazili, J Borghi, B Garshong, S Makawia, G Mtei, ...
The Lancet 380 (9837), 126-133, 2012
3472012
A Foreign Experience: Violence, crime and xenophobia during South Africa's transition
B Harris
CSVR, 2001
2662001
Exploring inequalities in access to and use of maternal health services in South Africa
SP Silal, L Penn-Kekana, B Harris, S Birch, D McIntyre
BMC health services research 12 (1), 1-12, 2012
2122012
Factors influencing the burden of health care financing and the distribution of health care benefits in Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa
J Macha, B Harris, B Garshong, JE Ataguba, J Akazili, A Kuwawenaruwa, ...
Health policy and planning 27 (suppl_1), i46-i54, 2012
1462012
Utilization of traditional healers in South Africa and costs to patients: findings from a national household survey
N Nxumalo, O Alaba, B Harris, M Chersich, J Goudge
Journal of public health policy 32 (1), S124-S136, 2011
1352011
" As for Violent Crime, That's Our Daily Bread": Vigilante Violence During South Africa's Period of Transition
B Harris
CSVR, 2001
862001
Impact of the societal response to COVID-19 on access to healthcare for non-COVID-19 health issues in slum communities of Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria and Pakistan: results of …
SAKS Ahmed, M Ajisola, K Azeem, P Bakibinga, YF Chen, NN Choudhury, ...
BMJ Global Health 5 (8), e003042, 2020
852020
Prerequisites for national health insurance in South Africa: results of a national household survey
D McIntyre, J Goudge, B Harris, N Nxumalo, M Nkosi
South African Medical Journal 99 (10), 2009
602009
Arranging prejudice: Exploring hate crime in post-apartheid South Africa
B Harris
Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2004
592004
Arranging prejudice: Exploring hate crime in post-apartheid South Africa
B Harris
Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2004
592004
Exploring the perceptions and experiences of community health workers using role identity theory
L Mlotshwa, B Harris, H Schneider, M Moshabela
Global health action 8 (1), 28045, 2015
562015
Moving towards universal coverage in South Africa? Lessons from a voluntary government insurance scheme
V Govender, MF Chersich, B Harris, O Alaba, JE Ataguba, N Nxumalo, ...
Global health action 6 (1), 19253, 2013
442013
Spaces of violence, places of fear: urban conflict in post-apartheid South Africa
B Harris
Foro Social Mundial Tematico. Cartagena. Colombia, 2003
412003
Exploring perceptions of HIV risk and health service access among Zimbabwean migrant women in Johannesburg: a gap in health policy in South Africa?
P Munyewende, LC Rispel, B Harris, M Chersich
Journal of public health policy 32 (1), S152-S161, 2011
372011
Social solidarity and willingness to tolerate risk-and income-related cross-subsidies within health insurance: experiences from Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa
J Goudge, J Akazili, J Ataguba, A Kuwawenaruwa, J Borghi, B Harris, ...
Health Policy and Planning 27 (suppl_1), i55-i63, 2012
362012
Between a rock and a hard place: Violence, transition and democratisation
B Harris
Johannesburg: Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2006
28*2006
Adverse or acceptable: negotiating access to a post-apartheid health care contract
B Harris, J Eyles, L Penn-Kekana, L Thomas, J Goudge
Globalization and Health 10 (1), 1-14, 2014
252014
Discourses of order and their disruption: The texts of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission
D Hook, B Harris
South African Journal of Psychology 30 (1), 14-22, 2000
242000
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