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  • Johnson L.F., Dorrington R.E., Bradshaw D., Pillay-Van Wyk V. and Rehle T.M. (2009) Sexual behaviour patterns in South Africa and their association with the spread of HIV: insights from a mathematical model. Demographic Research. 21: 289-340
     
  • Adam M.A. and Johnson L.F. (2009) Estimation of adult antiretroviral treatment coverage in South Africa. South African Medical Journal. 99(9): 661-7
     
  • Dorrington R. (2009) Does the 2008 HSRC survey indicate a turning tide of HIV prevalence in children, teenagers and the youth? South African Medical Journal. 99(9): 631-3
      
  • Hesseling A.C., Johnson L.F., Jaspan H. et al. (2009) Population-based estimates of disseminated BCG disease in HIV-infected infants: implications for settings highly endemic for HIV and tuberculosis. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 87: 505-11
     
  • Johnson L.F., Dorrington R.E., Bradshaw D., du Plessis H. and Makubalo L. (2009) The effect of educational attainment and other factors on HIV risk in South African women: results from antenatal surveillance, 2000-2005. AIDS. 23: 1583-8
     
  • Hesseling A.C., Cotton M.F., Jennings T., Whitelaw A., Johnson L.F. et al. (2009) High incidence of tuberculosis among HIV-infected infants: Evidence from a South African population-based study highlights the need for improved tuberculosis control strategies. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 48(1): 108-14
     
  • Dorrington R. and Bourne D. (2008) Re-estimated provincial HIV antenatal survey prevalence for 2007 and a reinterpretation of the national trend. South African Medical Journal. 98(12): 940-1
     
  • Timaeus I.M. and Moultrie T.A. (2008) On postponement and birth intervals. Population and Development Review. 34(3): 483-510
     
  • Esquivel V., Budlender D., Folbre N. and Hirway I. (2008) Explorations: Time-use surveys in the south. Feminist Economics. 14(3): 107-152
     
  • Moultrie T.A. and Dorrington R.E. (2008) Sources of error and bias in methods of fertility estimation contingent on the P/F ratio in a time of declining fertility and rising mortality. Demographic Research. 19(Article 46):1635-1662.
     
  • Dorrington R.E. and Moultrie T.A. (2008) A careful look at “A re-look at recent statistics on mortality in the context of HIV/AIDS with particular reference to South Africa”. Current HIV Research. 6(4): 279-285
     
  • Johnson L.F. and Lewis D.A. (2008) The effect of genital tract infections on HIV-1 shedding in the genital tract: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 35(11): 946-959
     
  • Dorrington R.E. and Bourne D. (2008) Has HIV prevalence peaked in South Africa? - Can the report on the latest antenatal survey be trusted to answer this question? South African Medical Journal. 98(10): 754-5
     
  • Bowen P., Dorrington R.E., Distiller G., Lake H. and Besesar S. (2008) HIV/AIDS in the South African construction industry: an empirical study. Construction Management and Economics. 26(8): 825-837
     
  • Moultrie T.A., Hosegood V., McGrath N., Hill C., Herbst K. and Newell M.L. (2008) Refining the criteria for stalled fertility declines: An application to rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 1990-2005. Studies in Family Planning. 39(1): 39-48
     
  • Johnson L.F., Bekker L.G. and Dorrington R.E. (2007) HIV/AIDS vaccination in adolescents would be efficient and practical when vaccine supplies are limited. Vaccine. 25(43): 7502-9
     
  • Johnson L.F. and Dorrington R.E. (2007) The potential effect of an HIV/AIDS vaccine in South Africa. South African Actuarial Journal. 7: 49-72
     
  • Dorrington R.E. and Tootla S. (2007) South African annuitant standard mortality tables 1996-2000 (SAIML98 and SAIFL98). South African Actuarial Journal. 7: 161-184
     
  • Johnson L.F., Dorrington R.E. and Matthews A.P. (2007) An investigation into the extent of uncertainty surrounding estimates of the impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. South African Journal of Science. 103: 135-140
     
  • Johnson L.F., Bradshaw D. and Dorrington R.E. (2007) The burden of disease attributable to sexually transmitted infections in South Africa in 2000. South African Medical Journal. 97(8): 658-62
     
  • Bradshaw D. and Dorrington R.E. (2007) Child mortality in South Africa – we have lost touch. South African Medical Journal. 97(8): 582-3
     
  • Johnson L.F. and McLeod H.D. (2007) Steady growth in antiretroviral treatment provision by disease management and community treatment programmes. South African Medical Journal. 97(5): 358-9
     
  • Moultrie T.A. and McGrath N. (2007) Teenage fertility rates falling in South Africa. South African Medical Journal. 97(6): 442-3
     
  • Johnson L.F. and Dorrington R.E. (2006) Modelling the demographic impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa and the likely impact of interventions. Demographic Research. 14: 541-574.
     
  • Moultrie T.A. (2006) The Demography of South Africa [Review]. Population Studies. 60(2): 240-242.
     
  • Hallett T.B., Aberle-Grasse J., Bello G., Boulos L.-M., Cayemittes M.P.A., Cheluget B., Chipeta J., Dorrington R. et al. (2006) Declines in HIV prevalence can be associated with changing sexual behaviour in Uganda, urban Kenya, Zimbabwe, and urban Haiti. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 82(Suppl 1): i1-8.
     
  • Groenewald P., Bradshaw D., Dorrington R. E., Bourne D. et al. (2005) Identifying deaths from AIDS in South Africa: an update. AIDS. 19(7): 744-745.
  • Meintjes H., Budlender D., Giese S. and Johnson L. (2005) Children in need of care or in need of cash? Social security in the time of AIDS. South African Review of Sociology. 36(2): 238-268
     
  • Johnson L.F., Coetzee D.J. and Dorrington R.E. (2005) Sentinel surveillance of sexually transmitted infections in South Africa: a review. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 81: 287-293.
     
  • O'Malley B.R., Dorrington R.E., Jurisich S.C., Valentini J.A. et al. (2005) South African Assured Lives Mortality Investigation 1995-1998. South African Actuarial Journal. 5: 27-59.
     
  • Moultrie, T.A. (2005) Racism and reproduction: Population rhetoric in South Africa, 1900-1974. African Studies. 64(2): 217-242
     
  • Budlender D. (2005) Gender and poverty. Agenda. 65: 30-36.
     
  • Bradshaw D., Laubscher R., Dorrington R., Bourne D. and Timaeus I. (2004) Unabated rise in number of adult deaths in South Africa. South African Medical Journal. 94: 278-279
     
  • Budlender D., Chobokoane N. and Simelane S. (2004) Marriage patterns in South Africa: Methodological and substantive issues. Southern African Journal of Demography. 9(1): 1-26
     
  • Dorrington R.E., Timaeus I. M., Moultrie T. A. and Nannan N. (2004) Estimates of provincial fertility and mortality in South Africa, 1985-1996. Southern African Journal of Demography. 9(2):25-57.
     
  • Cronje M. and Budlender D. (2004) Comparing Census 1996 with Census 2001: An operational perspective. Southern African Journal of Demography. 9(1): 67-89.
     
  • Moultrie T. and Timaeus I. (2003) The South African fertility decline: Evidence from two censuses and a Demographic and Health Survey. Population Studies. 57(3): 265-283.
     
  • Bradshaw D., Groenewald P., Laubscher R., Nannan N., Nojilana B., Norman R., Pieterse D., Schneider M., Bourne D., Timaeus I., Dorrington R. and Johnson L. (2003) Initial burden of disease estimates for South Africa, 2000. South African Medical Journal. 93: 682-688.
     
  • McLeod H. D., Achmat Z. and Stein A. M. (2003) Minimum benefits for HIV/AIDS in South African medical schemes. South African Actuarial Journal. 3: 77-111
     
  • Dorrington R.E. (2002) Did They Jump or Were They Pushed? An investigation into the apparent undercount of whites in the 1996 Census. Southern African Journal of Demography. 8(1): 37-46.
     
  • Chobokoane N. and Budlender D. (2002) Methodology used to measure child-care in the South African Time Use Survey. Agenda. 51: 73-89.
     
  • Bradshaw D., Schneider M., Dorrington R., Bourne D. and Laubscher R. (2002) South African cause-of-death profile in transition - 1996 and future trends. South African Medical Journal. 92(8): 618-623
     
  • Dorrington R.E. (2002) How many people are currently infected with HIV in South Africa? South African Medical Journal. 92(3): 196-7.
     
  • Dorrington R., Bradshaw D., Budlender D., Bourne D. (2002) The current state and future projections of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa. South African Dental Journal. 57: 408-409.
     
  • McLeod H., Slattery G. and Van den Heever A. (2001) The use and abuse of reinsurance in medical schemes. South African Actuarial Journal. 1: 95-117
     
  • Caldis K., McLeod H. and Smith P. (2001) The fall of the bamboo curtain: a review of complementary medicine in South Africa. South African Actuarial Journal. 1: 63-93
     
  • Valodia I., Smith T. and Budlender D. (2001) Has gender-based tax reform been good for all South African women? Agenda. 47:83-86.
     
  • Dorrington R.E. (2001) Estimating the extent of the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Some questions and answers on the ASSA2000 model. Law Democracy and Development Journal, 5(2): 129-136.
     
  • Moultrie T.A. and Timaeus I.M. (2001) Fertility and living arrangements in South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 27(2): 207-223.

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