Publications and Reports

 

  • Journal articles

    International

    2018

    • Knight D, Lopata A, Nieuwenhuizen N, Jeebhay MF. Occupational asthma associated with bleached chlorine free cellulose dust in a sanitary pad production plant. Am J Ind Med, 2018. In Press
       
    • Saucy A, Röösli M, Künzli N, Tsai M-Y, Sieber C, Olaniyan T, Baatjies R, Jeebhay M, Davey M, Flückiger B, Naidoo RN, Dalvie MA, Badpa M, de Hoogh K. Land Use Regression modelling of outdoor NO2 and PM2.5 concentrations in three low income areas in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2018, 15, 1452.
       
    • Ngajilo D, Singh TS, Ratshikopa E, Dayal P, Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Risk factors associated with allergic sensitisation and asthma phenotypes in poultry farm workers. Am J Ind Med 2018.
       
    • Franzblau A, teWaterNaude JM, Sen A, D’Arcy H, Smilg J, Mashao K, Meyer CA,  Lockey JE, Ehrlich RI.  Comparison of digital and film chest radiography for detection and medical surveillance of silicosis and pulmonary tuberculosis. In press, Am J Ind Med 2018; 61(3):229-238. (1/9)
       
    • Schmidt BM, Engel M, Abdullahi L, Ehrlich R. Effectiveness of control measures to prevent transmission of tuberculosis infection in health care workers: a systematic review.  BMC Public Health 2018; 18:661. (1/4).
       
    • Cois A, Ehrlich R.  Quantifying the contribution of antihypertensive treatment to the decline in population mean blood pressure in South Africa 2008-2015. (PloS One 2018; in press.  (1/2)
       
    • Bloch K, Johnson LF, Nkosi M, Ehrlich R.   Precarious transition: The mortality experience of South African ex-mineworkers. BMC Public Health 2018; 18:862.  doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5749-2.   (1/4)
       
    • Ehrlich R, Murray J, Rees D.  Subradiological silicosis. (Commentary) Am J Ind Med 2018; in press.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Simonetti J, Prinsloo M,Neethling I, Groenewald P, Dempers J,  Martin LJ, Rowhani-Rahbar A, Myers JE, Thompson ML.  A retrospective time trend study of firearm and non-firearm homicide in Cape Town from 1994 to 2013.   S Afr Med J 2018;108(3):197-204.
       
    • Chetty-Mhlanga S, Basera W, Fuhrimann S, Probst-Hensch N, Delport S, Mugari M, Van Wyk J1, Röösli M, Dalvie MA. 2018. A prospective cohort study of school-going children investigating reproductive and neurobehavioral health effects due to environmental pesticide exposure in the Western Cape, South Africa: study protocol. BMC Public Health 18(1):857.
       
    • Sieber C, Ragettli MS, Brink M, Olaniyan T, Baatjies R, Saucy A, Vienneau D, Probst-Hensch N, Dalvie MA, Röösli M. 2018. Comparison of sensitivity and annoyance to road traffic and community noise between a South African and a Swiss population sample. 2018. Environ Pollut.; 241:1056-1062. (ISI Accredited).
       
    • Sagar S, SM, Struchen B, Loughrand SP, Brunjesi ME, Arangua L, Dalvie MA , Croft RJ, Michael Jerrett M, Moskowitz JM, Kuo T, Röösli M. 2018. Comparison of radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure levels in different everyday microenvironments in an international context. Environment International 114, 297–306.
       
    • Glass T, Dalvie MA, Holtman, Vorster A, MSc, Ramesar RS, London L. 2018. DNA variants and organophosphate neurotoxicity among emerging farmers in the Western Cape of South Africa. Am J Ind Med. 2018; 61:11–20.
       
    • Rother H.-A. Challenges in Pesticide Risk Communication, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier, 2018
       
    • Rother Hanna-Andrea. 2018. Pesticide labels: Protecting liability or health? – Unpacking “misuse” of pesticides. Current opinion in Environmental Science & Health, 4:10-15.
       
    • Mathee Angela, Barnes Brendon, Naidoo Shan, Swart Andre & Rother Hanna-Andrea. 2018. Development for children's environmental health in South Africa: Past gains and future opportunities. Development Southern Africa. Pp 1-11.
       
    • Zinyemba C, Archer E, Rother H-A (2108). Climate variability, perceptions and political ecology: Factors influencing changes in pesticide use over 30 years by Zimbabwean smallholder cotton producers. PLOS One, 13(5): e0196901.
       
    • Jabar A, Bjorkman S, Matzopoulos R. (in press). Modified Delphi study to determine optimal data elements for inclusion in a pilot violence and injury observatory (VIO). African Journal of Emergency Medicine.
       
    • Jabar A, Matzopoulos R. A review of the Organisation of American States (OAS) Citizen Security Indicators (CSI) for use in a South African violence, injury and trauma observatory. Journal of Public Health in Africa.
       
    • Bowman B, Kramer S, Salau S, Kotze E, Matzopoulos R. (in press). Linking criminal contexts to injury outcomes: Findings and lessons from a national study of robbery in South Africa. International Journal of Public Health.
       
    • Jabar A, Oni T, Engel M, Cvetkovic N, Matzopoulos R. (in press). Rationale and design of the Violence, injury and trauma observatory (VITO): The Cape Town VITO pilot studies protocol. BMJ Open.
       
    • The Global Burden of Disease 2016 Injury Collaborators. 2018. Global mortality from firearms, 1990-2016. JAMA 320(8): 792–814. Available from: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2698492
       
    • Amanuel H, Morojele N, London L. The Health and Social Impacts of Easy Access to Alcohol and Exposure to Alcohol Advertisements among Women of Childbearing Age in Urban and Rural South Africa. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 2018; 79(2): 302-308. 

     

    2017

    • Olaniyan T, Jeebhay MF, Roosli M, Naidoo R, Baatjies R, Künzli N, Tsai M, Davey M, de Hoogh K, Berman D, Parker B, Leaner J, Dalvie MA. A prospective cohort study on ambient air pollution and respiratory morbidities including childhood asthma in adolescents from the Western Cape province: Study Protocol. BMC Public Health (2017) 17:712, 1-13.
       
    • Alex Myers, David Fig, Aviva Tugendhaft, Jonathan E Myers,  Karen J Hofman. The history of the South African Sugar Industry illuminates deeply rooted obstacles for sugar reduction anti-obesity interventions.  African studies.  2017.
       
    • Parent S,  Ehrlich R, Baxter V, Kannemeyer N, Yassi A. Occupational health and TB: a feasibility study of participatory theatre with South African healthcare workers. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2017; 21(2), 140-8.  (1/5)
       
    • Ngajilo D, Ehrlich RI.  Rhabdomyolysis with acute tubular necrosis following occupational inhalation of thinners. Occup Med. (London). 2017.  (1/2)
       
    • Ehrlich RI,  Montgomery A, Akugizibwe P, Gonsalves G.  Health implications of changing trends in the origins and characteristics of mineworkers in South Africa, 1973-2012. BMC Public Health; 2017; 18(1) :93. (1/4)
       
    • Sieber C, Ragettli MS, Brink M, Olaniyan T , Baatjies R, Probst-Hensch N, Dalvie MA, Röösli M. Land Use Regression Modeling of Outdoor Noise Exposure in Informal Settlements in Western Cape, South Africa. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 14, 1262. 
       
    • Sathar F, Dalvie MA, Rother H-A. (2017). Demographic determinants of chemical safety information recall in workers and consumers in South Africa: a cross sectional study. Journal of Safety Research, 63:61-71.
       
    • Walpole S, Vyas, A, Maxwell J, Canny B, Woollard R, Welberby C, Leedham-Green K, Musaeus P, Tufail-Hanif U, Patricio KP, Rother H-A.  (2017). Building an environmentally accountable medical curriculum through international collaboration. Medical Teacher. 
       
    • Hunter-Adams J. and Rother H-A. (2017). A Qualitative study of language barriers between South African health care providers and cross-border migrants. BMC Health Services Research, 17:97.
       
    • GBD 2016 Risk Factors Collaborators. 2017. Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 84 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks, 1990–2016: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016. Lancet [Internet]. 2017;390(10100):1345–422. Available from: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0140673617323668
       
    • Lekei EE, Ngowi AV, London L. Knowledge and practices relating to acute pesticide poisoning among health care providers in selected regions of Tanzania. Environmental Health Insights. 2017 (1-11). URL: http://insights.sagepub.com/knowledge-and-practices-relating-to-acute-pesticide-poisoning-among-he-article-a6141
       
    • Dheda K, Gumbo T, Maartens G, et al. The epidemiology, pathogenesis, transmission, diagnosis, and management of multidrug-resistant, extensively drug resistant, and incurable tuberculosis. Lancet Respiratory Medicine 2017; 7-76. (or Volume 5 , Issue 4 , 291 – 360).
       
    • Saban A, Morojele N, London L. A descriptive study of treatment provision for problem alcohol drinking in adult males in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa. BMC Health Services Research 2017, 17 (Suppl 2):740; DOI 10.1186/s12913-017-2643-z. Lekei E, Ngowi AVF, London L. Acute Pesticide Poisoning in Children: Hospital Review in Selected Hospitals of Tanzania. Journal of Toxicology; 2017: Article ID 4208405, 8 pages, 2017. 

     

    2016

    • Portier CJ, Armstrong BK, Bruce, et al. 2016. Differences in the carcinogenic evaluation of glyphosate between the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). J Epidemiol Community Health 2016. 70(8):741-5. (ISI Accredited).
       
    • Mwanga HH, Dalvie MA, Singh T, Channa K, Jeebhay MF. Relationship between pesticide metabolites, cytokine patterns and asthma-related outcomes in rural women workers. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2016,13(10), 957, 1-14.
       
    • Raulf M, Buters J, Chapman M, et al. Allergenexposition – wie kann man Inhalationsallergene an Arbeitsplatzen und in der Umwelt messen? Allergologie, Jahrgang 38, Nr.2/2016, S. 45-68. 
       
    • Ehrlich RI, Rees D.   Reforming miners’ compensation in South Africa. Long overdue, but what are the options?  New Solutions 2016; 25(4): 451-68.
       
    • Weber H, Robinson P, Micallef N,  Beggs S, Els I, Ehrlich R.  Do children with cystic fibrosis receiving outreach care have poorer clinical outcomes than those treated at a specialist cystic fibrosis centre?  Australian Journal of Rural Health 2016; Nov. 17:1-8.  (1/6)
       
    • Grobler L, Mehtar S, Dheda K, Adams S, Babatunde S, van der Walt M, Osman M.  The epidemiology of tuberculosis in health care workers in South Africa: a systematic review. BMC Health Services Research 2016. 16:416.
       
    • Mao J and Dalvie MA. 2016.  Anthropometric Measurements, Serum ReproductiveHormonal Levels and Sexual Development among Boys in the Rural Western Cape, South Africa. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 13, 1185.
       
    • Mwanga HH, Dalvie MA, Singh TS, Channa K and Jeebhay MF. 2016. Relationship between Pesticide Metabolites, Cytokine Patterns, and Asthma-Related Outcomes in Rural Women Workers. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 13, 957.
       
    • F Sathar, M A Dalvie, HA Rother. 2016. Review of the literature on demographic determinants of chemical hazard information recall. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 12, 6281-6299.
       
    • Willems M, Dalvie MA, London L, Rother HA. 2016. Health Risk Perception Related to Fracking in the Karoo, South Africa. Environmental Practice; 18: 1-16. 
       
    • Hunter-Adams J, Landon M. and Rother H-A. (2016). Perceptions related to breastfeeding and the early introduction of complementary foods amongst migrants in Cape Town, South Africa. International Breastfeeding Journal, 11:29.
       
    • Rother H-A.  (2016). Pesticide vendors in the informal sector: trading health for income. New Solutions: A journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy, 26(2): 241-252.
       
    • Hunter-Adams J and Rother H-A. (2016). Pregnant in a foreign city: A qualitative analysis of diet and nutrition for cross-border migrant women in Cape Town, South Africa. Appetite, 103: 403-410.
       
    • Oni T, Smit W, Matzopoulos R, et al. (2016). Urban Health Research in Africa: Themes and Priority Research Questions. Journal of Urban Health, 1-9.
       
    • GBD 2016 Risk Factors Collaborators. 2017. Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 84 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks, 1990–2016: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016. Lancet [Internet]. 2017;390(10100):1345–422. Available from: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0140673617323668
       
    • Pillay-van Wyk V, Msemburi W, Laubscher R, et al. 2016. Mortality trends and differentials in South Africa, 1997-2012. Lancet Global Health. 4(9):e642-e653.
       
    • Oni T, Smit W, Matzopoulos R, et al. 2016. Urban health research in Africa: themes and priority research questions. Journal of Urban Health 93(4):722-30.
       
    • Jabar A, Lawal A, Mehtar Z, Matzopoulos R. 2016. Substance Abuse Programs that Reduce Violence in a Youth Population: A Systematic Review. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education. 60(2):8-15.
       
    • GBD 2015 Risk Factors Collaborators. 2016. Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks, 1990-2015: a systematic analysis for the global burden of disease study 2015. Lancet. 388:1658-1724.
       
    • GBD 2015 Mortality and Causes of Death Collaborators. 2016. Global, regional, and national life expectancy, all-cause mortality, and cause-specific mortality for 249 causes of death, 1980-2015: a systematic analysis for the global burden of disease study 2015. Lancet. 388:1459-1544.
       
    • GBD 2015 DALYs and HALE Collaborators. 2016. Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life-years (DALYs) for 315 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE), 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the global burden of disease study 2015. Lancet. 388:1603-1658.
       
    • GBD 2015 SDG Collaborators. 2016. Measuring the health-related sustainable development goals in 188 countries: a baseline analysis from the global burden of disease study 2015. Lancet: 1813–1850.
       
    • Haagsma JA, Graetz N, Bolliger I, Naghavi M, Higashi H, Mullany EC, Abera SF, Abraham JP, et al. 2016. The global burden of injury: incidence, mortality, disability-adjusted life years, and time trends from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. Injury Prevention. 22:3-18.
       
    • Cassidy A, Bowman B, McGrath C, Matzopoulos R. 2016 (Jul). Brief report on a systematic review of youth violence prevention through media campaigns: Does the limited yield of strong evidence imply methodological challenges or absence of effect? Journal of Adolescence 52: 22-26.
       
    • London L, Kisting S. The Extractive Industries: Can We Find New Solutions to Seemingly Intractable Problems? New Solut 2016; 25:421-430.
       
    • Baum FE, Sander DM, Fisher M, Anaf J, Freudenberg N, Friel S, Labonte R, London L, Monteiro C, Scott-Samuel A, Sen A. Assessing the health impact of transnational corporations: its importance and a framework.  Globalization and Health (2016) 12:27. URL: http://globalizationandhealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12992-016-0164-x  
       
    • Rabbani F, Shipton L, White F, Nuwayhid I, London L, Ghaffar A, Thu Ha BT, Tomson G, Rimal R, Islam A, Takian A, Wong S, Zaidi S, Khan K, Karmaliani R, Abbas IN, Abbas F. Schools of public health in low and middle income countries: an imperative investment for improving the health of populations? BMC Public Health (2016) 16:941.
       
    • Lekei EE, Ngowi AV, London L. Under-reporting of acute pesticide poisoning in Tanzania: modelling results from two cross-sectional studies. Environ Health. 2016 Nov 29; 15 (1):118.

     

    2015

    • Siracusa A, Folletti I, Gerth van Wijk R, Jeebhay MF, Moscato G, Quirce S, Raulf M, Ruëff F, Walusiak-Skorupa J, Whitaker P, Tarlo SM. Occupational anaphylaxis – An EAACI task force consensus statement. Allergy, 70: 141–152, 2015. 
       
    • Malo JL, Tarlo SM, Sastre J, Martin J, Jeebhay MF, Le Moual N, Heederik D, Platts-Mills T, Blanc PD, Vandenplas O, Moscato G, de Blay F, Cartier A; ATS ad hoc committee on Asthma in the Workplace. An Official American Thoracic Society Workshop Report: Presentations and Discussion of the Fifth Jack Pepys Workshop on Asthma in the Workplace. Comparisons between Asthma in the Workplace and Non-Work-related Asthma. See comment in PubMed Commons. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2015;12(7):S99-S110. 
       
    • Motsoeneng PM, Dalvie MA. 2015. Relationship between Urinary Pesticide Residue Levels and Neurotoxic Symptoms among Women on Farms in the Western Cape, South Africa. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 12, 6281-6299.
       
    • Myers A, Fig D, Tugendhaft A, Mandle J, Myers J, Hofman K. Sugar and health in South Africa: Potential challenges to leveraging policy change. Global Public Health. 2015 Aug 28:1-18. [Epub ahead of print].
       
    • Myers A, Fig D, Tugendhaft A Myers JE, Hofman KJ.  The history of the South African sugar industry illuminates deeply rooted obstacles for sugar reduction anti-obesity interventions.  African Studies.
       
    • Adams S, Ehrlich RI, Baatjies R,  Dheda, K. High Annual Rates of TB Infection in South African Healthcare Workers:  A Prospective Study Using TST and T-Cell Assays. Eur Respir J 2015;45(5):1364-73. Epub 2015 Feb 19.
       
    • Oni, T, Ehrlich R.   Complicated silicotuberculosis in a South African gold miner: a case report. Am J Ind Med 2015; 58(6):697-701.
       
    • Cois A, Ehrlich R.  Socioeconomic status modifies the association between seasonality and blood pressure.  Medicine (Baltimore) 2015; 94(35):e1389.
       
    • Ehrlich R.   History and medicine. The case of silica. (Editorial). Am J Ind Med 2015;  58 (S1): 1–2.
       
    • Knight D, Ehrlich RI, Fielding, K, Jeffery H,  Grant A, Churchyard G.  Trends in silicosis prevalence and the healthy worker effect among among active gold miners in South Africa. BMC Public Health 2015;15:1258.
       
    • Adams S, Ehrlich R, Baatjies R, van Zyl-smit RN, Hartley QS, Dawson R and Dheda KD. Incidence of occupational latent tuberculosis infection in South African health care workers. European Respiratory Journal 2015;45(5):1364-73.
       
    • Andrade-Rivas F, H-A Rother (2015). Chemical exposure reduction: Factors impacting on South African herbicide sprayers’ personal protective equipment compliance and high risk work practices. Environmental Research 142: 34-45.
       
    • Rother H-A (2015). Addressing Pesticide Risk Management and Risk Reduction through Distance Learning Education. Outlooks on Pest Management 26(2):66-71.
       
    • Benin F, Rother H-A (2015). “But it's just paracetamol”: Caregivers’ ability to administer over-the-counter painkillers to children with the information provided. Patient Education and Counseling 98:331-337.
       
    • Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Walker BB, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Hameed SM, Matzopoulos R. 2015. Intentional injury and violence in Cape Town, South Africa: An epidemiological analysis of trauma admissions data. Global Health Action (Published online 12 June 2015, 8: 27016). 
       
    • Jabar A, Barth D, Matzopoulos R, Engel ME. 2015. Is the introduction of violence and injury observatories associated with a reduction of violence in adult populations? rationale and protocol for a systematic review. BMJ Open (Published online 2015, 5(7):e007073)
       
    • GBD 2013 Risk Factors Collaborators. 2015 (Dec). Global, regional and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental/occupational and metabolic risks or clusters of risks in 188 countries 1990-2013: a systematic analysis for the GBD 2013. Lancet. 386: 2287–2323.
       
    • GBD 2013 DALYs and HALE Collaborators. 2015 (Nov). Global, regional, and national disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 306 diseases and injuries and healthy life expectancy (HALE) for 188 countries, 1990–2013: quantifying the epidemiological transition. Lancet 386 (10009): 2145–2191.
       
    • GBD 2013 Collaborators. 2015 (Jun). Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 301 acute and chronic diseases and injuries in 188 countries, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. Lancet 386 (9995): 743–800.
       
    • Cassidy A, Ntshingwa M, Galuszka J, Matzopoulos R. 2015. Evaluation of a Cape Town safety intervention as a model for good practice: a partnership between researchers, community and implementing agency. Stability: International Journal of Security and Development. 4(1): 27,1-12.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Prinsloo M, Pillay-van Wyk V, Gwebushe N, Mathews S, Martin L, Laubscher R, Abrahams N, Lombard C, Bradshaw D. 2015. Analysis of South African injury mortality based on the first nationally representative sample: a retrospective study of post mortem investigations. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 93:303–313.
       
    • GBD 2013 Mortality and Causes of Death Collaborators. 2015. Global, regional, and national age–sex specific all-cause and cause-specific mortality for 240 causes of death, 1990–2013: a systematic analysis for the global burden of disease study 2013. Lancet. 385(9963):117-171.
       
    • Sorsdahl K, Myers B, Ward CL, Matzopoulos R, Mtukushe B, Nicol A, Cuipers P, Stein DJ. 2015. Adapting a blended motivational interviewing & problem solving intervention to address risky substance use amongst South Africans. Psychotherapy Research 25(4): 435 444.
       
    • Burnhams NH, London L, Laubscher R, Nel E, Parry C. Results of a cluster randomised controlled trial to reduce risky use of alcohol, alcohol-related HIV risks and improve help-seeking behaviour among safety and security employees in the Western Cape, South Africa. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy. 2015 May 8;10(1):18. URL: http://www.substanceabusepolicy.com/content/10/1/18

     

    2014

    • Dalvie MA, Sosan B, Cairncross E, London L. Environmental monitoring of pesticide residues from farms at a neighbouring primary and pre-school in the Western Cape in South Africa.  Science of the Total Environment 2014; 466-467C:1078-1084.
       
    • McLoughlin J, Little F, Mazok C, Parry C, London L. The prevalence of and associations with papsak wine consumption amongst farm workers in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 2013; 74, 879–888.
    • Harker-Burnhams N, Musekiwa A, Parry C, London L. Do workplace substance abuse prevention programmes include a focus on substance-related HIV risk behaviors: A systematic review. African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies 2013; 12(1): 1-22.
       
    • Aguilar Madrid G, Beaudry M, Bell W, Bowes D, Brophy J, Burdorf A, Carlsten C,Castleman B,  Chaturvedi S, Conti ME, Corra L, Corrêa Filho HR, Cranor CF, Cullen E, Dalvie A, Dickson RC, Digon A, Egilman D, Eisner Falvo C, Fischer E, Frank AL,Frank E, Gee D, Giannasi F, Goldstein BD, Greenberg M, Guidotti TL, Harris WA, Hindry M, Houlson A, Hu H, Huff J, Infante PF, Thambyappa J, Juarez Perez CA, Jeebhay MF, Joshi TK, Keith M, Keyserlingk JR, Khatter K, King D, Kodeih N,Kristensen J, Kulsomboon V, Landrigan PJ, Lee CW, Leigh J, Lemen RA, Lippman A, London L, Matzopoulos R,McCulloch J, McDiarmid MA, Mehrdad R, Mirabelli D, Moshammer H, Notebaert É, Nycz Z, Oberta AF,O'Connor J, O'Neill R, Orris P, Ozonoff D, Paek D, Rickard C, Rodriguez EJ, Sass J, Sentes KE, Simpson IM, Soffritti M, Soskolne CL, Sparling SP, Spiegel J, Takahashi K, Takaro TK, Terracini B, Thébaud-Mony A, Trosic I, Turcotte F, Vakil C, Van Der Walt A,Waterman YR, Watterson A, Wegman DH, Welch LS, Weiss SH, Winston R, Yassi A.  2013.  Statement in response to asbestos industry efforts to prevent a ban on asbestosin Pakistan: chrysotile asbestos use is not safe and must be banned. Arch Environ Occup Health. 2013;68(4):243-9. 
    • Matzopoulos RG, Thompson ML, Myers JE. Firearm and nonfirearm homicide in 5 South African cities: a retrospective population-based study. Am J Public Health. 2014 Mar;104(3):455-60. Epub 2014 Jan 16.
    • Ndlovu V, Dalvie MA, Jeebhay MF. Asthma associated with pesticide exposure among women in rural Western Cape of South Africa. Am J Ind Med, 57:1331–1343, 2014. 
    • Raulf M, Buters J, Chapman M, Cecchi L, de Blay F, Doekes G, Eduard W, Heederik D, Jeebhay MF, Kespohl S, Krop E, Moscato G, Pala G, Quirce S, Sander I, Schlünssen V, Sigsgaard T, Walusiak- Skorupa J, Wiszniewska M, Wouters IM, Annesi-Maesano, I. Monitoring of occupational and environmental aeroallergens-EAACI Position Paper.  Allergy, 69(10):1280-99, 2014. 
    • Jeebhay MF,  Ngajilo D,  Le Moual N. Risk factors for non-work-related adult-onset asthma and occupational asthma – A comparative review.  Current Opinions in Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 14(2):84-94, 2014. 
    • Looringh, van Beeck J, Versfeld K, Ehrlich RI.  Deep vein thrombosis following prolonged kneeling: a case report. Occup Med (London) 2014; 64(4): 305-307. 
       
    • Cois A, Ehrlich, R.   Analysing the socioeconomic determinants of hypertension in South Africa: a  structural equation modelling approach.  BMC Public Health 2014; 14:414.  
       
    • Potter PC, Salie S, Ehrlich R, van Rooyen C, Foot L, Fenemore B. Occupational sensitization to the African Penguin serum and mucus proteins. Annals Asthma Allergy Immunol; 015 Jan 30. pii: S1081-1206(15)00008-3.
    • Gina Ziervogel, Mark New, Emma Archer van Garderen, Guy Midgley, Anna Taylor, Ralph Hamann, Sabine Stuart-Hill, Jonny Myers and Michele Warburton.  Invited review paper for Wiley Interdisciplinary Science Review:  Climate change impacts and adaptation in South Africa. WIREs Clim Change 2014.
    • Sewram V, Sitas F, O'Connell D, Myers J.  Diet and esophageal cancer risk in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. Nutr Cancer. 2014;66(5):791-9. 2014.916321. Epub 2014 May 30.
    • Myers J, London L, Lucchini RG.  Neurotoxicology and development: Human, environmental and social impacts.  Editorial. Neurotoxicology. 2014 Dec;45:217-9.
    • Richard Matzopoulos, Morna Cornell, Brett Bowman, Jonny Myers. 67th WHA Resolution on violence prevention misses the mark.  The Lancet  Vol 384 September 6, 2014:  854.
       
    • Ndlovu V, Dalvie MA, Jeebhay MF. 2014. Asthma associated with pesticide exposure among women in rural Western Cape of South Africa. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 57:1331–1343 2014.
       
    • Dalvie MA, Sosan MB, Africa A, Cairncross E, London L.2014. Environmental monitoring of pesticide Residues from farms at a neighbouring primary and pre-school in the Western Cape in South Africa.  Science of the Total  Environment 466–467 (2014) 1078–1084.
       
    • Dalvie MA, Rother HA, London L. 2014. Chemical Hazard Communication Comprehensibility in South Africa: Safety Implications for the adoption of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. Safety Science 61 (2014) 51–58.
    • Rother, H-A. (2014). Communicating pesticide neurotoxicity research findings and risks to decision-makers and the public. NeuroToxicology 45: 327- 337. 
    • Matzopoulos R, Myers J. 2014. The Western Cape Government’s new Integrated Provincial Violence Prevention Policy Framework: successes and challenges. Aggression and Violent Behavior 19(6): 649-54.
       
    • Sorsdahl, K., Myers, B., Ward, C.L., Matzopoulos, R, Mtukushe, B., Nicol, A, Cuipers, P., Stein, D.J. 2014 (Sep). Screening and brief interventions for substance use in emergency departments in the Western Cape Province of South Africa: Views of healthcare professionals. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 21 (3), pp. 236-43.
       
    • Nicol A, Knowlton LM, Schuurman N, Matzopoulos R, Zargaran E, Cinnamon J, Fawcett V, Taulu T, Hameed SM. 2014 (Jun). Trauma Surveillance in Cape Town, South Africa: An Analysis of 9236 Consecutive Trauma Center Admissions. JAMA Surgery 149(6): 549.
       
    • Cassidy A, Inglis G, Wiysonge C, Matzopoulos R. 2014 (Mar). A Systematic Review of the Effects of Poverty Deconcentration and Urban Upgrading on Youth Violence. Health and Place. 26(3):78-87.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Thompson ML, Myers JE. 2014 (Mar). Firearm and non-firearm homicide in five South African cities: a retrospective population based study. American Journal of Public Health. 104(3):455-60.
       
    • Zargaran E, Schuurman N, Nicol AJ, Matzopoulos R, Cinnamon J, Taulu T, Rickers B, Garbutt Brown DR, Hameed SM. 2014 (Jan). The Electronic Trauma Health Record: design and usability of a novel tablet-based tool for trauma care and injury surveillance in low resource settings. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 218(1):41-50.
       
    • Saban A, Flisher A, Laubscher R, London L, Morojele N. The association between psychopathology and substance use: adolescent and young adult substance users in inpatient treatment in Cape Town, South Africa. Pan Afr Med J. 2014;17(Supp 1):8.
       
    • Saban A, Flisher A, Grimsrud A, Morojele N, London L, Williams DR, Stein DJ. The association between substance use and common mental disorders in young adults: results from the South African Stress and Health (SASH) Survey. Pan Afr Med J. 2014;17(Supp 1):11.
       
    • Health: deliberations of an international workgroup addressing Lekei EE, Ngowi AV, London L. Farmers' knowledge, practices and injuries associated with pesticide exposure in rural farming villages in Tanzania. BMC Public Health 2014; 14:389. URL: https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2458-14-389
    • Harker-Burnhams N, Parry C, Laubscher R, London L. Prevalence and predictors of problematic alcohol use, risky sexual practices and other negative consequences associated with alcohol use among safety and security employees in the Western Cape, South Africa. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy2014, 9:14. URL: http://www.substanceabusepolicy.com/content/9/1/14.
    • London L, Tangwa G, Matchaba-Hove R, Mkhize N, Nwabueze R, Nyika A, Westerholm P. Ethics in occupational challenges in an African context. BMC Medical Ethics.2014, 15:48. DOI: 10.1186/1472-6939-15-48; URL: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6939/15/48
    • Lekei E, Ngowi AV, London L. Hospital-based surveillance for acute pesticide poisoning caused by neurotoxic and other pesticides in Tanzania. Neurotoxicology 2014; 45: 318–326. 
    • Myers JE, London L, Lucchini R. Neurotoxicology and Development: Human, Environmental and Social Impacts. Neurotoxicology 2014; 45: 217-219.
       
    • Lekei EE, Ngowi AV, London L. Pesticide retailers' knowledge and handling practices in selected towns of Tanzania. Environ Health 2014; 13: 79. URL: https://ehjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1476-069X-13-79.
    • Norman ID, London L, Aikins MS, Binka FN. The Delaying of Workmen’s Compensation in Ghana. Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs, 2014; 2(2): 1-8.
    • Dalvie MA. Reproductive health effects of contemporary pesticides used in South Africa. 2014. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment 18(12).

     

    2013

    • Baatjies R, Meijster T, Heederik D, Jeebhay MF. Exposure- response relationships for inhalant wheat allergen exposure and asthma. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 72:200–207, 2015. 
       
    • Lopata AL, Jeebhay MF. Airborne seafood allergens as a cause of occupational allergy and asthma. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep, 13(3):288-97, 2013.
       
    • van der Walt A, Singh T, Baatjies R, Lopata AL, Jeebhay MF. Work-related allergic respiratory disease and asthma in spice mill workers is associated with inhalant chili pepper and garlic exposures. Occup Environ Med, 70(7):446-52, 2013. 
       
    • Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Sensitisation to cereal flour allergens is a major determinant of elevated exhaled nitric oxide in bakers. Occup Environ Med, 70(5):310-6, 2013. Epub 2013 Feb 23.
       
    • Mahomed, H., Ehrlich, R.,Hawkridge, T., Hatherill, M., Geiter, L., Kafaar, F.,  Abrahams DA, Mulenga H, et al.  TB incidence in an adolescent cohort in South Africa. PLoS One 2013;8:
    • Cois A, Ehrlich R.  Problem drinking as a risk factor for tuberculosis: a propensity score matched analysis of a national survey.  BMC Public Health 2013; 13:871.  http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/13/871
       
    • Singh T, Bello B, Jeebhay MF. Risk factors associated with asthma phenotypes in dental healthcare workers. Am J Ind Med, 56(1):90-9; 2013. Epub 2012 Apr 2.
       
    • Twomey M, Wallis LA, Thompson ML, Myers JE.   Evaluating the construct of triage acuity against a set of reference vignettes developed via modified Delphi method. Emerg Med J emermed-2013-202352 Published Online First: 24 April 2013.
    • Chokoto L, Matzopoulos R, Myers JE Assessing quality of existing data sources on road traffic injuries (RTIs) and their utility in informing injury prevention in the Western Cape Province, South Africa.Traffic Inj Prev. 2013;14(3):267-73. 
       
    • IM, Soffritti M, Soskolne CL, Sparling SP, Spiegel J, Takahashi K, Takaro TK, Terracini B, Thébaud Mony A, Trosic I, Turcotte F, Vakil C, Van Der Walt A, Waterman YR, Watterson A, Wegman DH, Welch LS, Weiss SH, Winston R, Yassi A.  2013.  Statement in response to asbestos industry efforts to prevent a ban on asbestosin Pakistan: chrysotile asbestos use is not safe and must be banned. Arch Environ Occup Health. 2013;68(4):243-9.
       
    • M.A. Dalvie. 2013. DDT: Health Effects, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier.
       
    • Klaschka Ursula, Rother Hanna-Andrea.  'Read this and be safe!' comparison of regulatory processes for communicating risks of personal care products to European and South African consumers.  Environmental Sciences Europe 2013, 25:30. http://www.enveurope.com/content/25/1/30
       
    • Rother H.-A. Challenges in Pesticide Risk Communication, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier, 2013. 01-Nov-13.
    • Groenewald P, Naledi T, Daniels J, Shand L, Neethling I, et al. 2013. Strengthening local-level cause of death surveillance: a case study of Western Cape Province, South Africa. The Lancet. 381:S54
       
    • Wyk VP, Msemburi W, Laubscher R, Dorrington RE, Groenewald P, et al. 2013. Second national burden of disease study South Africa: national and subnational mortality trends, 1997–2009. The Lancet. 381:S113.
       
    • Matzopoulos, R., Lasarow, A., Bowman, B. (2013). A field test of substance use screening devices as part of routine drunk-driving spot detection operating procedures in South Africa. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 59, 118–124. 
    • Chokotho, L. C., Matzopoulos, R., & Myers, J. E. (2013). Assessing quality of existing data sources on road traffic injuries (RTIs) and their utility in informing injury prevention in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. Traffic injury prevention, 14(3), 267–73.
    • Baatjies R, Meijster T, Heederik D, Sander I, Jeebhay MF. Effectiveness of interventions to reduce flour dust exposures in supermarket bakeries in South Africa. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 71:811–818, 2014. 
       
    • Saban A, Flisher AJ, Laubscher R, Morojele NK, London L. Comorbid Psychopathology, Substance Use, and Treatment Outcomes: A Follow-Up of Inpatient Substance Users in Cape Town, South Africa. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery. 2013; 8(3): 200-223.
       
    • Rendall-Mkosi K, Morojele N, London L, Moodley S, Singh C, Girdler-Brown B. A randomised controlled trial of motivational interviewing to prevent risk for an alcohol exposed pregnancy in the Western Cape, South Africa. Addiction 2013; 108(4): 725-732.

     

    2012

    • English RG, Perry M, Lee MM, Hoffman E, Delport S, Dalvie MA. 2012. Farm residence and reproductive health among boys in rural South Africa. Environ Int. 47C:73-79.
    • Cox H, Escombe R, McDermid C, Mtshemla Y, Spelman T, Azevedo V, London L. Using wind driven roof turbines to improve ventilation for TB infection control in primary care clinics in Khayelitsha, South Africa. PLoSOne 2012; 7(1): e29589.
    • London L, Beseler C, BouchardMF, Bellinger DC,Colosio C, Grandjean P, Harari R, Kootbodien T, Kromhout H, Little F, Meijster T, Moretto A, Rohlman DS,Stallones L. Neurobehavioural and neurodevelopmental effects of pesticide exposures. Neurotoxicology 2012; 33: 887–896.
    • Howse D, Jeebhay MF, Neis B. The changing political economy of occupational health and safety in fisheries – lessons from Eastern Canada and South Africa. Journal of Agrarian Change 2012; 2(2-3):344-363.
    • Twomey M, Wallis LA, Thompson ML, Myers JE. The South African Triage Scale (adult version) provides reliable acuity ratings. International Emergency Nursing 2012;20(3):142-50.
    • Twomey M, de Sá A, Wallis LA, Myers JE. Inter-rater reliability of the South African Triage Scale: assessing two different cadres of health care workers in a real-time environment. African Journal of Emergency Medicine, in press, 2012.
    • Twomey M, Wallis LA, Thompson ML, Myers JE. The South African Triage Scale (adult version) provides valid acuity ratings when used by doctors and enrolled nursing assistants. African Journal of Emergency Medicine, in press 2012.
    • Roomaney R, Ehrlich R, Rother H-A.  (2012).  The acceptability of rat trap use over pesticides for rodent control in two poor urban communities in south Africa. Environmental Health 11 (1) 32.
    • Lozano, R., Naghavi, M., Foreman, K., Lim, S., Shibuya, K., Aboyans, V., Abraham, J., et al. (2012). Global and regional mortality from 235 causes of death for 20 age groups in 1990 and 2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet, 380(9859), 2095–2128. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61728-0
    • Murray, C. J. L., Vos, T., Lozano, R., Naghavi, M., Flaxman, A. D., Michaud, C., Ezzati, M., et al. (2012). Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet, 380(9859), 2197–2223. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61689-4
    • Vos, T., Flaxman, A. D., Naghavi, M., Lozano, R., Michaud, C., Ezzati, M., Shibuya, K., et al. (2012). Years lived with disability (YLDs) for 1160 sequelae of 289 diseases and injuries 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet,380(9859), 2163–2196. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61729-2
    • Bhalla, K., Matzopoulos, R., Harrison, J., Knowlton, L., Gilgen, E., &AlvazzidelFrate, A. (2012). Tracking national homicide rates: generating estimates using vital registration data. Small Arms Survey Issue Brief, (1), 1–12.
    • Matzopoulos RG, Parry CDH, Corrigall J, Myers JE, Goldstein S, London L. Global Fund collusion with liquor giant a clear conflict of interest. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2012; 90:67-69. doi: 10.2471/BLT.11.091413
    • Ehrlich RI, Kibel D, Woolf D.  Disulfiram reaction in an artist exposed to solvents – a case report. Occ Med 2012; 62:64-66. Ehrlich RI.  A century of miners’ compensation in South Africa Am J Ind Med 2012; 55:560-9. Roomaney R
    • Ehrlich R, Rother HA. The acceptability of rat trap uses over pesticides for rodent control in two poor urban communities in South Africa.  BMC Environ Health 2012. 11:32. 
    • Govender I, Ehrlich R, Van Vuuren U, De Vries E, Namani, M, De Sa A, Murie K, Schlemmer A, Govender S, Isaacs A, Martell R. Clinical audit of diabetes management can improve the quality of care in a resource-limited primary care setting. Int J Quality Health Care 2012; 10.1093/ /intqhhc/mzs063:1-7.
    • Murray, C. J. L., Vos, T., Lozano, R., Naghavi, M., Flaxman, A. D., Michaud, C., Ezzati, M., et al. (2012). Disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) for 291 diseases and injuries in 21 regions, 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet, 380(9859), 2197–2223. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61689-4
    • Vos, T., Flaxman, A. D., Naghavi, M., Lozano, R., Michaud, C., Ezzati, M., Shibuya, K., et al. (2012). Years lived with disability (YLDs) for 1160 sequelae of 289 diseases and injuries 1990–2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. The Lancet, 380(9859), 2163–2196. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61729-2.

     

    2011

    • Dalvie MA, Naik I, Channa K, London L. 2011. Urinary dialkyl phosphate levels before and after first season chlorpyrifos spraying amongst farm workers in the Western Cape, South Africa. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B- Pesticides Food Contaminants and Agricultural Wastes.46 (2), 163-172.
    • Haylamicheal ID, Dalvie MA, YirsawBD, Zegeye HA. 2011. Assessing the management of healthcare waste in Hawassa city, Ethiopia. Waste Management & Research. 29(8):854-62doi:10.1177/0734242X10379496.
    • London L. Human Rights and Health: Opportunities to Advance Rural Occupational Health. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health 2011; 17:80–92.
    • Dalvie MA, Naik I, Channa K, London L. Urinary dialkyl phosphate levels before and after first season chlorpyrifos spraying amongst farm workers in the Western Cape, South Africa. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B2011; 46: 163-72.
    • Naidoo S, London L, Burdorf A, Naidoo RN, Kromhout H.Spontaneous miscarriages and infant deaths among female farmers in rural South Africa.Scand J Work Envir ealth.2011;37(3):227–236.
    • Crede S, Sinanovic E, Adnams CA, London L. The Utilization of Health Care Services by Children with Foetal Alcohol Syndrome in the Western Cape, South Africa.Drug and Alcohol Dependence.2011; 115: 175–182.
    • Mwansa-Kambafilwe J, Rendall-Mkosi K, Jacobs R, Nel E, London L. Evaluation of a Service Provider Short Course for Prevention of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. JSAD 2011; 72(4): 530-5.
    • London L, Manjra S. Employability and HIV infection: Can the military claim to be an exception? Int J OccEnvir Health 2011; 17: 352–360.
    • Naidoo S, London L, Budorf A, Naidoo R, Kromhout H. Occupational activities and a reported history of Malaria among women working in small-scale agriculture in South Africa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2011; 85:805-810.
    • Ehrlich RI, Adams S, Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Chronic airflow obstruction and respiratory symptoms following tuberculosis – a review of South African studies. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 15(6):886-891, 2011 (Epub 2011 Apr 7).
    • van der Ventel ML, Nieuwenhuizen NE, Kirstein F, Hikuam C, Jeebhay MF, Swoboda I, Brombacher F, Lopata AL. Differential responses to natural and recombinant allergens in a murine model of fish allergy. MolImmunol, 48(4):637-46, 2011 (Epub 2010 Nov 27).
    • Ehrlich RI, Myers JE, te Water Naude JM, Thompson ML, Churchyard GJ. Lung function loss in relation to silica dust exposure in South African gold miners. Occup Environ Med. 2011 Feb;68(2):96-101.
    • Schuurman N, Cinnamon J, Matzopoulos R, Fawcett V, Nicol A, Hameed SM. Collecting injury surveillance data in low- and middle-income countries: The Cape Town trauma registry pilot. Global Public Health 2011; 6(8), 874–889
    • Ehrlich RI, Myers JE, te Water Naude J, Thompson ML, Churchyard GJ.  Lung function loss in relation to silica exposure among South African gold miners. Environ Med; 2011: 68:96-101.
    • Mahomed H, Hawkridge T, Verver S, Geiter L, Hatherill M, Abrahams D, EhrlichR, Hanekom W, Hussey GD. Predictive factors for latent tuberculosis infection among adolescents in a high burden area in South Africa. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2011; 15(3):331-6.
    • Ehrlich RI, Baatjies R, Adams, S, JeebhayM.Tuberculosis as a cause of chronic airflow obstruction and respiratory symptoms. Int J Tubercle Lung Dis 2011; doi:10.5588/ijtld.10.0526.
    • Mahomed H, Hawkridge T, Verver S, Abrahams D, Geiter L, Hatherill M, Ehrlich R, Hanekom W,  Hussey GD.  The tuberculin skin test versus QuantiFERON TB Gold in predicting subsequent tuberculosis disease in an adolescent cohort. PLoS One 2011; Mar 29;6(3): e17984.

     

    2010

    • Morojele NK, LondonL, Olorunju SA, Matjila J, Davids AS, Rendall-Mkosi KM. Predictors of Risk of Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies among Women in an Urban and a Rural Area of South Africa.  SocSci Med 2010;70: 534-42.
    • Naidoo S, London L, Rother H-A, Burdorf A, Naidoo RN, Kromhout H. Pesticide safety training and practices in women working in small-scale agriculture in South Africa. OccEnv Med 2010; 67:823-8.
    • Baatjies R, Meijster T, Lopata AL, Sander I, Raulf-Heimsoth M, Heederik D, Jeebhay MF. Exposure to flour dust in South African supermarket bakeries: modelling of baseline measurements of an intervention study. Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 54(3):309–318, 2010(doi: 10.1093/annhyg/meq005)
    • Jeebhay MF, Cartier A. Seafood workers and respiratory disease – an update. Current Opinions in Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 10:104-113, 2010.
    • van der Walt A. Lopata A L, Nieuwenhuizen NE, Jeebhay MF. Work-related allergy and asthma in spice mill workers - the impact of processing dried spices on IgE reactivity patterns.  International Archives of Allergy and Immunology, 152(3):271 278, 2010
    • Singh TS, Bello B, Mabe OD, Renton K, Jeebhay MF. Workplace determinants of endotoxin exposure in dental health care facilities in South Africa. Annals of Occupational Hygiene. E-pub ahead of print, 31 Dec 2009; 54(3), 299-308, 2010.
    • Boulle A, Van Cutsem G, Hilderbrand K, Cragg C, Abrahams Mathee S, Ford N, Knight L, Osler M, Myers J, E. Goemaere E, Coetzee D, Maartens G. Seven-year experience of a primary care antiretroviral treatment programme in Khayelitsha, South Africa.  AIDS  2010, 24:563–572
    • Matzopoulos R, Bowman B, Mathews S, Myers J. Applying upstream interventions for interpersonal violence prevention: an uphill struggle in low- to middle-income contexts. Health Policy 2010, 97 (2010) :62–70.
    • Balme K, Roberts C, Glasstone M, Curling L, Rother, HA, London L, Zar H, and Mann M.  (2010). Pesticide poisonings at a tertiary children’s hospital in South Africa: an increasing problem.  Clinical Toxicology 48: 928-934.
    • Naidoo S, London L, Rother H-A, Burdorf A, Naidoo RN, Kromhout H.  (2010). Safety practices and Acetylcholinesterase in women working in small-scale agriculture in South Africa. Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 67: 823.828.
    • Rother, H-A (2010). Falling through the regulatory cracks: Street selling of pesticides and poisoning among urban youth in South Africa.  International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 16(2):202-213.
    • Norman R, Schneider M, Bradshaw D, Jewkes R, Abrahams N, Matzopoulos R, Vos T. Interpersonal violence: an important risk factor for disease and injury in South Africa. Population Health Metrics 2010; 8:32.
    • Matzopoulos R, Bowman B, Mathews S, Myers J. Applying upstream interventions for interpersonal violence prevention: an uphill struggle in low- to middle-income contexts. Health Policy 2010; 92: 62-70.
    • Groenewald P, Bradshaw D, Daniels J, Zinyakatira N, Matzopoulos R, Bourne D, Shaikh N, Naledi T. Local level mortality surveillance in resource limited settings: A case study of the City of Cape Town highlights disparities in health. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2010; 88:444–451.
    • Ross J, Ehrlich RI, Hnizdo E, White N, Churchyard GJ. Excess lung function decline in gold miners following pulmonary tuberculosis. Thorax; 2010.Doi: 10.1136/thx.2009.129999

     

    2009

    • Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment. 13(2):3-4. Dalvie MA, Africa A, London L.  2009. Change in the quantity and toxicity of pesticides sold in South African Crop sectors, 1994 -1999. Environment International 35(4): 683-687.
    • Dalvie MA, Africa A, Solomon A, London L, Brower D, Kromhout H.  2009. Pesticide exposure and blood endosulfan levels after first season spray amongst farm workers in the Western Cape, South Africa. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B. 44(3):271-7.
    • Israel D Haylamicheal, Dalvie MA. 2009. Disposal of obsolete pesticides, the case of Ethiopia (review Article). Environment International.35(3): 667-673.
    • Dalvie MA, London L. 2009. Risk assessment of pesticide residues in South African raw wheat Crop Protection. 28(10): 864–869.
    • London L. Neurobehavioral methods, effects and prevention: Workers human rights are why the field matters for developing countries. Neurotoxicology 2009; 30: 1135–1143.
    • Naidoo S, Kromhout H, London L, Naidoo RN, Burdorf A. Musculoskeletal Pain in Women Working in Small-scale Agriculture in South Africa. Am J Ind Med 2009 52(3):202-9.
    • Dalvie MA, Brouwer D, Kromhout H, London L. Pesticide exposure and blood endosulfan levels after first season spray amongst farm workers in the Western Cape, South Africa.  J Environ Sci Health B. 2009 Mar;44(3):271-7.
    • Dalvie MA, Africa A, London L. Change in the quantity and acute toxicity of pesticides sold in South African crop sectors, 1994–1999. Environment International 2009; 35: 683–687.
    • Dalvie MA, London L. Risk assessment of pesticide residues in South African raw wheat. Crop Protection 2009; 28: 864–869.
    • Beale J, Jeebhay M, Lopata AL. Characterisation of purified parvalbumin from five fish species and nucleotide sequencing of the major allergen from Pacific pilchard, Sadionopssagax. Molecular Immunology, 46:2985-2993, 2009.
    • Baatjies R, Lopata AL, Sander I, Raulf-Heimsoth M, Bateman E, Meijster T, Heederik D, Robins TG, Jeebhay MF.  Determinants of asthma phenotypes among supermarket bakery workers. European Respiratory Journal, 34(4):825-833, 2009.
    • DE Bourne, ML Thompson, LL Brody, M Cotton, B Draper, R Laubscher, MF Abdullah, JE Myers. Emergence of A Peak in Early Infant Mortality Due to HIV/Aids in South Africa.  AIDS  2009; 23(1):101-106.
    • Rother, H-A. (2009). Pesticide Risk Reduction Strategies for Vulnerable African Populations through Regulatory Capacity Building and Gender Appropriate Risk Communication Strategies. Agricultural Innovations for Sustainable Development – Contributions from the Finalists of the African Women in Science Competition, 2(1): 73-78.
    • Myers JE, Fine J, Ormond-Brown D, Fry, J, ML Thompson. Estimating the Prevalence of Clinical Manganism from a Cascaded Screening Process in a South African manganese Smelter. Neurotoxicology 2009; 30(6):934-40.
    • Cook C, Cockburn N, van der Merwe J, Ehrlich R. Cataract and glaucoma case detection for Vision 2020 programs in Africa – an evaluation of six possible screening tests. J Glaucoma 2009; 18(7):557-622.
    • Park HH, Girdler-Brown BV, Ehrlich RI, White N, Churchyard G.  Incidence of tuberculosis and HIV and progression of silicosis and lung function impairment among former Basotho gold miners. Am J Ind Med 2009; 52:901-8.
    • White NW, Ehrlich RI, te Water Naude JM, Ravenscroft G, Schutte, Roberts W.  Meteorologically estimated exposure but not distance predicts asthma symptoms in schoolchildren in the environs of a petrochemical refinery. BMC Environmental Health; 2009; 8:45. Doi:10:1186/1476-069X-8-45.

     

    2008

    • Naidoo S, London L, Burdorf A, Naidoo RN, Kromhout H. Agricultural Activities, Crop Production and Pesticide Use among women working in small scale farming in two areas of Northern KwaZulu-Natal, SA. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health 2008;14: 218-224.
    • Tarlo SM, Malo JL. Third Jack Pepys Workshop on Asthma in the Workplace Participants. An official ATS proceedings: asthma in the workplace: The Third Jack Pepys Workshop on Asthma in the Workplace: answered and unanswered questions. Proc Am Thorac Soc.;6(4):339-49. doi: 10.1513/pats.200810-119ST. Erratum in: Proc Am Thorac Soc. ;6(8):728.
    • Jeebhay MF, Robins TG, Miller ME, Bateman E, Smuts M, Baatjies R, Lopata AL. Occupational allergy and asthma among salt water fish processing workers. American J Industrial Medicine, 51 (12): 899-910, 2008.
       
    • Rother, H-A.  (2008). South African Farm Workers’ Interpretation of Risk Assessment Data Expressed as Pictograms on Pesticide Labels.  Environmental Research, 108(3): 419-427.
    • Rother, H-A, Hall, R. and London, L. 2008. Pesticide Use Among Emerging Farmers in South Africa: Contributing Factors and Stakeholder Perceptions.  Development Southern Africa, 25(4):399-424.
    • Matzopoulos R, Bowman B, Butchart A, Mercy JA. The impact of violence on health in low- to middle-income countries. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2008; 15(4): 177-187.
    • Bowman B, Matzopoulos R, Butchart A, Mercy JA. The impact of violence on development in low- to middle-income countries. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion 2008; 15(4), 209–219.
    • Bowman B, Lerer L, Matzopoulos R. Spearheading human and economic development in the Arab world through evidence-based and world-class healthcare. Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues 2008; 1(1): 12-16.
    • Harling G, Ehrlich R, Myer L. The social epidemiology of tuberculosis in South Africa: a multilevel analysis. Social Epidemiology 2008; 66(2):492-505.
    • Khumalo NP, Jessop S, Gumedze F, Ehrlich R.  Determinants of traction alopecia in African females. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2008: 59(3):432-8.
    • Girdler Brown B, Ehrlich RI, White NW, Churchyard G.  The burden of silicosis, tuberculosis and COPD among former Basotho gold miners. Am J Ind Med 2008; 51(9):640-7.  
    • Minnies D, Hawkridge T, Hanekom W, Ehrlich R, London L, Hussey G. Evaluation of the quality of informed consent in a vaccine field trial in a developing country setting.  Medical Ethics 2008, 9:15 doi:10.1186/1472-6939-9-15.
    • Saban A, Flisher AJ, Laubscher R, Morojele NK, London L. Comorbid Psychopathology, Substance Use, and Treatment Outcomes: A Follow-Up of Inpatient Substance Users in Cape Town, South Africa. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery. 2013; 8(3): 200-223.
    • Rendall-Mkosi K, Morojele N, London L, Moodley S, Singh C, Girdler-Brown B. A randomised controlled trial of motivational interviewing to prevent risk for an alcohol exposed pregnancy in the Western Cape, South Africa. Addiction 2013; 108(4): 725-732.
    • McLoughlin J, Little F, Mazok C, Parry C, London L, The prevalence of and associations with papsak wine consumption amongst farm workers in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (in press, 2013).
    • Harker-Burnhams N, Musekiwa A, Parry C, London L. Do workplace substance abuse prevention programmes include a focus on substance-related HIV risk  behaviours: A systematic review. African Journal of Drug and Alcohol Studies 2013 (in press)

     

    Local

    2018

    • Ehrlich R,  Franzblau A,  Myer C, teWaterNaude JM. Digital radiological surveillance of silicosis and related tuberculosis in the South African mining industry: practical and technical considerations. Occup Health Southern Afr 2018; 24 (2):38-42.
    • Ngajilo D, Adams S. Jeebhay MF. Occupational allergy and asthma in tobacco farmers: a review of literature. Current Allergy & Clinical Immunology. June 2018. Vol 31 (2): 2-9.
    • Matzopoulos R, Simonetti J, Prinsloo M, Neethling I, Groenewald P, Dempers J, Martin LJ, Rowhani-Rahbar A, Myers J, Thompson ML. 2018. A retrospective time trend study of firearm and non-firearm homicide in Cape Town from 1994 to 2013. South African Medical Journal 108(3): 197-204.

     

    2017

    • Al Badri FM, Jeebhay MF. Factors associated with serial longitudinal changes in exhaled nitric Oxide (FeNO) – a review of the literature. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 30(2);98-109, 2017.
       
    • Groenewald P, Neethling I, Evans J, Azevedo V, Naledi T, Matzopoulos R, Daniels J, Bradshaw D. 2017. Mortality trends in Cape Town Metro between 2001 and 2013: reducing inequities in health. South African Medical Journal 107(12): 1091-1098.
       
    • Prinsloo M, Bradshaw D, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Groenewald P. 2017. South Africa's vital statistics are currently not suitable for monitoring progress towards injury and violence Sustainable Development Goals. South African Medical Journal 107(6):470. http://www.samj.org.za/index.php/samj/article/view/11922
       
    • Jabar, A. & Matzopoulos, R. 2017. Violence and injury observatories. Reducing the burden of injury in high-risk communities. South African Crime Quarterly, (59), pp.47–57.
       
    • Jabar, A. & Matzopoulos, R. 2017. Violence and injury observatories. Reducing the burden of injury in high-risk communities. South African Crime Quarterly, (59), pp.47–57.

     

    2016

    • Olaniyan TA, Dalvie MA, Roosli M, Jeebhay MF. Air pollution, pollens and childhood asthma – is there a link? Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 29(4);252-261, 2016.
       
    • Ratshikhopha EM, Singh TS, Lopata AL, Jeebhay MF. Component resolved diagnosis as a tool for differentiating between true latex allergy from clinically insignificant IgE sensitisation. Occ Health SA, 22(4);8-14, 2016.
       
    • Prinsloo M, Matzopoulos R, Laubscher R, Myers J, Bradshaw D. Validating homicide rates in the Western Cape Province, South Africa: Findings from the 2009 Injury Mortality Survey. S Afr Med J. 2016 Jan 8;106(2):193-5.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Groenewald P, Abrahams N, Bradshaw D. 2016 (Jun). Where have all the gun deaths gone? South African Medical Journal 106(6):589-591.
       
    • Prinsloo M, Matzopoulos R, Laubscher R, Myers J, Bradshaw D. 2016 (Feb). Validating the decline in Western Cape homicide rates: findings from the 2009 Injury Mortality Survey. South African Medical Journal 106(2):193-195.

     

    2015

    • Ehrlich R, Adams S, Manjra S, Mokoena T, Jeebhay MF.  Fate of outstanding COIDA occupational disease claims following closure of the Western Cape Provincial Medical Advisory Panel in 2008 – an auditOcc Health Southern Africa, 21(6);6-10, 2015.
       
    • Olaniyan TA, Dalvie MA, Jeebhay MF. Ambient air pollution and childhood asthma: A Review of South African epidemiological studies. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 28(2);122-126, 2015.
       
    • Ratshikhopha EM, Singh TS, Jones D, Jeebhay MF, Lopata AL. High concentrations of natural rubber latex (NRL) allergen in gloves used by laboratory health personnel in South Africa. SAMJ, S Afr Med J 2015;105(1):43-46.
       
    • Bowman B, Stevens G, Eagle G, Matzopoulos R. 2015. Bridging risk and enactment: the role of psychology in leading psychosocial research to augment the public health approach to violence in South Africa. South African Journal of Psychology. 45(3):279.

     

    2014

    • Jeebhay MF. Allergens and asthma in the workplace. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 27(4);275-278, 2014.
       
    • Dalvie MA, Africa A, Naidoo S. 2014. Relationship between wood usage and urinary Cr, Cu and As in informal areas of Cape Town. S Afr Med J 2014;104(1):61-64. 
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Truen S, Bowman B, Corrigall J. 2014 (Feb). The cost of harmful alcohol use in South Africa. South African Medical Journal 104(2), 127–132. 

     

    2013

    • Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Baker’s allergy and asthma – A review of the literature. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 26(4);232-243, 2013.
       
    • Mwanga H, Jeebhay MF. Work-related asthma associated with cleaning agents in the health care setting – A Review. South African Respiratory Journal. 19(4);121-7, 2013.
    • Ngajilo D, Jeebhay MF. Risk factors for general adult-onset and occupational asthma – A review of the literature. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 26(2);82-88, 2013.
    • Ochieng AA, Dalvie MA, Little F, Kromhout H. 2013. The relationship between indices of environmental exposure to pesticides and anthropometric outcomes of boys in the rural Western Cape in South Africa. SAMJ 103 (12) 942-947 (ISI accredited).
    • Niyobuhungiro R, Naidoo S, Dalvie MA, von Blottnitz H. 2013. Occurrence of treated Timber in Caterers’ Fuel Wood Stocks in the Cape Town Region. South African Journal of Science. 109(1/2), Art. #1015, 5 pages. http://dx.doi. org/10.1590/sajs.2013/1015.
    • Naidoo S, Dalvie MA, Africa A. 2013. Exposure to CCA treated wood amongst food caterers and residents in informal areas of Cape Town. S Afr J Sci. 2013;109(7/8), Art. #0043, 7 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/ sajs.2013/20120043. (ISI accredited).
    • London L, Rother H-A. (2013) Poisoning and Pesticides. South African Medical Journal, 103(9): 595-596.

     

    2012

    • Jeebhay MF. An approach to asthma in the workplace. The Specialist Forum, 12(6); 56-65, 2012.
    • Jeebhay MF. An approach to work-related asthma in the South African setting. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 25(3):164-170, 2012; Erratum Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 25(4):220, 2012.
    • Burdzik A, Jeebhay MF, Todd G. Occupational dermatitis in food processing workers with a special focus on the seafood processing industry – a review. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 25(2):88-93, 2012.
    • Myers JE. The South African Burden of Disease and Climate Change. Continuing Medical Education 2012; 30 (3) 72-75.
    • Chokoto L, Matzopoulos R, Myers JE. A call for graduated driver licensing as a road traffic safety intervention based on the age-fatality risk relationship.   South African Medical Journal2012;102(9):749-751.
    • L London, R Matzopoulos, J Corrigall, J E Myers, A Maker, C D H Parry.  Conflict of interest: A tenacious ethical dilemma in public health policy, not only in clinical practice/research. South Africa Journal of Bioethics and Law 2012; 102 (5): 102-108.
    • Rother H-A. (2012). Improving Poisoning Diagnosis and Surveillance of Street Pesticides.  South African Medical Journal, 102(6): 485-488.
    • London, L., Matzopoulos, R., Corrigall, J., Myers, J. E., Maker, A., & Parry, C. D. H. (2012). Conflict of interest: A tenacious ethical dilemma in public health policy, not only in clinical practice/research. South African Journal of Bioethics and Law, 5(2), 102–108. doi:10.7196/SAJBL.234
    • Chokhotho L, Matzopoulos R, Myers J.  Drivers' risk profile indicates the need for a graduated driving licence in South Africa. South African Medical Journal 2012; 102(9): 749-51.
    • Govender I, Matzopoulos R, Makanga P, Corrigall J. Piloting a trauma surveillance tool for primary health care emergency centres. South African Medical Journal 2012; 102(5):303-6.
    • Ward CL, Artz L, Berg J, Boonzaier F, Crawford-Browne S, Dawes A, Foster D, Matzopoulos R, Nicol A, Seekings J, Van As S, Van der Spuy E. Violence, violence prevention, and safety: A research agenda for South Africa. South African Medical Journal 2012; 102(4):215-8.
    • Ehrlich RI. Failure of the compensation system for occupational disease in South Africa. S Afr Med J 2012; 102:95-7.

     

    2011

    • Ndlovo V, Dalvie MA, Jeebhay MF. 2011. Pesticides and the airways – a review of the literature. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology 24(40): 212-217.
    • Holtman Z, London L, Flisher A. Suicide in a poor rural community in the Western Cape, South Africa: experiences of five suicide attempters and their families. South African Journal of Psychology, Volume 41(3), September 2011; 41(3): 300-309.
    • Katwan E, Adnams C, London L. Childhood behavioural and developmental disorders: association with maternal alcohol consumption in Cape Town, South Africa. S Afr Med J 2011; 101: 724-727.
    • Jeebhay MF. Occupational allergy and asthma in the seafood industry – emerging issues. Occupational health Southern Africa17(6),4-13, 2011.
    • Jeebhay MF. From Farm to Fork – A Fishy story of allergy and asthma. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 24(2),97-102, 2011.
    • J Myers, T Young, M Galloway, P Manyike, T Tucker. Responding to climate change in southern Africa –the role of research. Afr Med J 2011; 101:820-822.
    • J Myers, T Young, M Galloway, P Manyike, T Tucker. A public health approach to the impact of climate change on health in southern Africa – identifying priority modifiable risks. SAfr Med J 2011; 101:817-820.
    • A Boulle, M L Thompson, R Laubscher, L F Johnson, AR Sayed, LL Brody, BDraper, M F Cotton, F Abdullah, J E Myers E Bourne. Provincial Differences In Infant Deaths In South Africa – An Effect Of Antiretroviral Interventions? Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine 2011;12(1):20-23. 

     

    2010

    • Ojo OA, Louwagie G, Morojele N, Rendall-Mkosi K, London L, Olorunju S, Davids A.Factors associated with female high-risk drinking in a rural and an urban South African site. S Afr Med J. 2010 Mar 8;100(3):180-2.
    • Van der Walt A, Jeebhay MF. Work-related allergy and asthma to inhaled spices - A Review.  Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 23(4):186-192, 2010.
    • Singh TS, Mabe OD, Jeebhay MF. Endotoxin exposures and work-related asthma - A Review. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 23(2):85-89, 2010.
    • Maiphetlho L, Ehrlich R. Claims experience of former gold miners with silicosis – a clinic series. Occ Health Southern Afr 2010;16: 10-16.

     

    2009

    • Dalvie MA, Myers J. 2009. Health effects associated with occupational exposure to hexavalent chrome (chromium VI).  Continuing Medical Education (CME). 27(11):505-506.
    • Tolosana S, Rother HA, London L. Child’s play: Exposure to household pesticide use among children in rural, urban and informal areas of South Africa. S Afr Med J 2009; 99: 180-184.
    • Hanna-Andrea Rother, Vera Ngowi, Leslie London. WAHSA Action on Pesticides - building capacity to reduce hazardous pesticide exposures in the SADC. Occupational Health Southern Africa 2009; 15 (Special WAHSA Issue): 36-45.
    • Hogstedt C, Elgstrand K, Ryan A, Naidoo RN, Rees D, Chitambo A, Kachima M, Kistnasamy B, London L, Ngowi V, Cumbane A, Mattsson C, Petersson N. The Work and Health in Southern Africa (WAHSA) programme–overall experiences and the way forward. Occupational Health Southern Africa 2009; 15 (Special WAHSA Issue): 2-6.
    • Jeebhay MF. Work-related asthma. Continuing Medical Education, 27(11):496-501, 2009.
    • Mabe OD, Singh TS, Bello B, Jeebhay MF, Lopata AL, Wadee A. Allergenicity of latex rubber products used in South African dental schools. SAMJ, 99(9);672-674,2009.
    • Nieuwenhuizen N, Lopata A, Jeebhay M. Approaches to diagnosing Anisakis allergy. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 22(3):132-138, 2009.
    • Naledi TN, Househam KC, Groenewald P, Bradhsaw D, Myers JE. Improving data to reduce the burden of disease – lessons from the Western Cape. S Afr Med J 2009 99(9): 641-2.
    • Myers JE (Guest Editor of Special Issue in Occupational Medicine), Jeebhay MF.  Occupational Medicine Guest Editorial. Continuing Medical Education, 27(11):486-487, 2009.
    • Thomson A, Fine J, Myers JE. Clinical screening and medical surveillance for adverse health effects of manganese exposure. Continuing Medical Education, 27(11):513-516
    • Tolosana, Sandy, H-Andrea Rother and Leslie London (2009). Child’s Play: Exposure to household pesticide use amongst children in rural, urban and informal areas of South Africa.  South African Medical Journal, 99(3): 180-184.
    • Rother, H-A and London, L.  (2009). Occupational health concerns with pesticides in agriculture and beyond. Continuing Medical Education, 27(11): 506-508.
    • Rother H-A, Ngowi V, and London, L.  (2009). WAHSA Action on Pesticides – building capacity to reduce hazardous pesticide exposures in the SADC. Occupational Health Southern Africa.  WAHSA Special Issue November 15: 36-45.

     

    2008

    • Rother, H-A, Hall, R. and London, L. Pesticide Use among Emerging Farmers in South Africa: Contributing Factors and Stakeholder Perceptions.  Development Southern Africa, 2008: 25(4): 399-424.
       
    • Knight D, Jeebhay MF. Work-related Anaphylaxis. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 21(4):178-182, 2008.
       
    • Kenyon C, Wilcox P, Jeebhay MF. Hydrogen sulphide gas poisoning aboard a fishing trawler: A report of four fishermen. Occupational Health Southern Africa, 14(4):20-23, 2008.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Myers J, Bowman B, Mathews S. Interpersonal violence: prioritising interventions. South African Medical Journal 2008; 98 (9): 682-690.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Myers JE, Butchart A, Corrigall J, Peden M, Naledi T. Reducing the burden of injury: An intersectoral preventive approach is needed. South African Medical Journal 2008; 98 (9): 703-705.
       
    • Myers A, Myers J. Rolling out male circumcision as a mass HIV/AIDS intervention seems neither justified nor practicable. SAfr Med J. 2008 Oct;98(10):781-2.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Myers J, Jobanputra R. Road traffic injury: prioritising interventions. South African Medical Journal 2008; 98 (9): 692-696.
  • Chapters in books

    2018

    • Jeebhay MF, Bang B. Occupational allergy and asthma associated with seafood – allergic and inflammatory airway responses. Lopata ed. In: Chemical Immunology and Allergy. Under review, 2018
       
    • Jeebhay M. Occupational allergy. In: Manjra, Levin, Gray, eds. The Allergy Society of South Africa (ALLSA) Handbook of Practical Allergy, 4th edition, Cape Town, South Africa, Tandym Print, 2018;15:195-203. ISBN: 978-0-620-781110-7.
       
    • Musaeus P., Caroline W., Walpole S., Rother H-A, Vyas A., Leedham-Green K. (2018). E-Collaborating for Environmentally Sustainable Health Curricula. In:
       
    • Azeiteiro UM, Leal Filho W, Aires,L. (Eds.). Climate Literacy and Innovations in Climate Change Education: Distance Learning for Sustainable Development. Springer International Publishing AG.
       
    • Lloyd S, Matzopoulos R. 2018. Evaluation of urban upgrading for violence prevention in Cape Town, South Africa: application of the public health evaluation approach. In: J.E. Salahub, M. Gottsbacher, J. de Boer. Social Theories of Urban Violence in the Global South: Towards Safe and Inclusive Cities.
       
    • Shawa R, Coomans F, Cox H, London L. Access to effective treatment for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis: Deepening the Human Rights-based Approach. In: (Eds: Jamrozik E., Selgelid M.J) Ethics and Drug-Resistant Infections: Collective Responsibility for Global Public Health. Springer, Cham: 2018 (in press).
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Bloch K, Lloyd S, Berens C, Myers J, Thompson ML. Urban upgrading linked to positive social outcomes in Cape Town, South Africa. (in press).  In: J.E. Salahub, M. Gottsbacher, J. de Boer, M.D. Zaaroura. Reducing Urban Violence in the Global South: Towards Safe and Inclusive Cities.
       
    • London L. (2018). The Rights to Enjoy the Benefits of Scientific Progress for small farmers facing pesticides hazards. In: (Eds F Zolzer, G Meskens) Environmental Health Risks: Ethical aspects. Routledge, Oxford.

     

    2017

    • Jeebhay MF, Bang B. Occupational allergy and asthma associated with inhalant food allergens. In: Lopata A ed. Food Allergy – Molecular and Clinical Practice. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Florida, 2017, 8:176-202. ISBN: 13:978-1-4987-2244-5.
       
    • Cairncross, E., Dalvie, A., Euripidou, R., Irlam, J. and Naidoo, RN. 2017. Climate Change and Air Pollution: The Impact on Human Health in Developing and Developed Countries. Part 111 Case Studies: Developing Countries/Regions: Chapter 20: Climate Change, Air Pollution and Health in South Africa, 327-347, Editors: Akhtar, R. and Palagiano, C. Springer International Publishing (Springer Climate). No of pages in book: 430.  ISSN 2352-0698. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-61346-
       
    • Garland, R.M. and Rother, H.A. (2017) Chapter 11: Vulnerability of Human Health Sector to Climate Change. In: Climate Risk and Vulnerability: a Handbook for Southern Africa (2nd Edition). Eds. Davis, C.L and Vincent, K.  SunMedia Press, Stellenbosch, South Africa.
      1. Executive summary: https://www.csir.co.za/documents/sadc-handbookexecutive-summaryelectronicpdf
      2. Full book: https://www.csir.co.za/documents/sadc-handbooksecond-editionfull-reportpdf
      3. Summary video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bBXOLvbUe4

    2016

    • Genthe, B., Maherry, A., Steyn, M., Rother, HA., London, L., and Willems, M. (2016) Impacts on Human Health. In: Scholes, R., Lochner, P., Schreiner, G., Snyman-Van der Walt, L. and de Jager, M. (eds.). 2016. Shale Gas Development in the Central Karoo: A Scientific Assessment of the Opportunities and Risks. CSIR/IU/021MH/EXP/2016/003/A, ISBN 978-0-7988-5631-7. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR): Pretoria. http://seasgd.csir.co.za/scientific-assessment-chapters/
       
    • London L. (2016). Primary Care Research – how to put local priorities into a world led by global funding. In: (Eds Goodyear-Smith F, Mash R). International Perspectives to Primary Care Research, pp103-107. CRC Press: Boca Raton.
       
    • London L, Willems M. Hydraulic Fracturing in Shale Gas Extraction: Public Health Challenges for South Africa. In: Glazewski J, Esterhuyse S. (eds). Proposed Hydraulic Fracturing in the Karoo: Critical Legal And Environmental Perspectives. Pp 323-344. Cape Town: Juta and Co 2016.

     

    2015

    • Adams S, Burdzik A, Jeebhay M. How to claim compensation for work-related injuries or diseases. In: Mash B and Blitz J (eds). South African Family Practice Manual. 3rd edition, Van Schaik Publishers, Pretoria, 2015,161:542-548. ISBN: 9780627031236.
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Bhalla K, Harrison J. 2015. Homicide. In: P. Donnelly & C. Ward (Eds.), Violence: A global health priority. Oxford University Press.
       
    • London L, Macdonald H. (2015). Transnational excursions: The ethics of northern anthropological investigations going south. In: (Eds Posel D, Ross F) Ethical Quandries in Social Research, pp 93-110. HSRC Press: Cape Town.

     

    2014

    • Ehrlich RI, Katzenellenbogen J, Tollman S, Gear J.  Why study epidemiology? A South African perspective. In: Joubert G, Ehrlich RI (eds.) Epidemiology: A Research Manual for South Africa (2nd ed.). Cape Town: Oxford, 2007. Updated 3rd Edition, 2014.
       
    • Myer L, Ehrlich RI. Social epidemiology. In: Joubert G, Ehrlich RI (eds.) Epidemiology: A Research Manual for South Africa (2nd edn.). Cape Town: Oxford, 2007. Updated 3rd Edition, 2014.
       
    • Bobrow K, Ehrlich R. Non-communicable disease epidemiology In: Ehrlich RI, Joubert G (eds.) Epidemiology: A Research Manual for South Africa (3rd edn.). Cape Town: Oxford, 2014.
       
    • Ehrlich R.  Writing your research report.  In: Ehrlich RI, Joubert G (eds.) Epidemiology: A Research Manual for South Africa (3rd edn.). Cape Town: Oxford, 2014.

     

    2013

    • Jeebhay, M.F. A breath of fish air. In: D. Jopling (ed), International Innovation, pages 117-119, Bristol, UK: Research Media Ltd, 2013. ISBN 20518552.
       
    • Pacheco KA, Jeebhay MF, Gautrin D, Lopata AL. Asthma and Allergy to Animals. In: Jean-Luc Malo, Moira Chan Yeung, and David I. Bernstein (eds).  Asthma in the Workplace, 4th edition, CRC Press, Florida, 2013,17:238-261. ISBN: 13: 978-1-84184-925-6 (eBook - PDF).
       
    • Jeebhay MF, Harber P, Bauer X, Park HS, Ribeiro M, Malo JL. Impairment and Disability Evaluation: II Various legislations. In: Jean-Luc Malo, Moira Chan Yeung, and David I. Bernstein (eds).  Asthma in the Workplace, 4th edition, CRC Press, Florida, 2013,1B:182-193. ISBN: 13: 978-1-84184-925-6 (eBook - PDF).
       
    • Adams S, Ehrlich R, Ismail N, Quail Z, Jeebhay MF. Occupational health challenges facing the Department of Health: Protecting employees against tuberculosis and caring for former mineworkers with occupational lung disease. In: Padarath A, English R (eds). South African Health Review 2012/13. Durban: Health Systems Trust; 2013, 5:67-82 (ISBN 978-1-919839-73-8).
       
    • M.A. Dalvie. 2013. DDT: Health Effects, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier. 
       
    • Jonathan Elliot Myers, Hanna-Andrea Rother.  Chapter 10: Public Health Impact of and respose to climate change in South Africa.  In: “South African Health  Review 2012/13”.  Health SytemsTrust  March 2013.  Durban.
       
    • Corrigall, J., & Matzopoulos, R. Violence, alcohol misuse and mental health: gaps in the health system’s response. In: A. Padarath& R. English (Eds.), South African Health Review 2012/13, Durban: Health Systems Trust, 2013; 103–114. Retrieved from http://www.hst.org.za/publications/south-african-health-review-2012/13
       
    • Myers, Jonathan Elliot and Rother, Hanna-Andrea. (2013). Public Health Impact of and Response to Climate Change in South Africa. In: Padarath A and English R (Eds), South African Health Review 2012/13. Durban: Health Systems Trust.
       
    • Rother, H-A.  (2013). Reducing Pesticide Exposure Risks: An Environmental Sociologist’s Role.   In: Korgen KO, White JM and White SK (Eds), Sociologists in Action: Sociology, Social Change and Social Justice (2nd Ed).  New York, NY: Sage.  ISBN #: 9781452203119.

     

    2012

    • Jeebhay MF, Adewole OO. Work-related asthma. In: Awotedu and Irusen editors, Asthma in Africa, Publishing House: University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, 2012,16:185-211 (ISBN: 978-978-8414-95-7).
    • Jeebhay MF, Lopata AL. Occupational allergies in seafood processing workers. In: Jeyakumar Henry, editor. Advances in Food Nutrition and Research, Burlington: Academic Press, 2012, 66:47-73 (ISBN:978-0-12-394597-6).
    • Abdel Rahman AM, Helleur RJ, Jeebhay MF, Lopata AL. Characterization of seafood proteins causing allergic diseases. In: Pereira C, editor. Allergic Diseases – Highlight in the Clinic, mechanisms and Treatment, InTech Publishers, Croatia, 2012, 5:107-140 (ISBN 978-953-51-0227-4).
    • Jonathan E Myers.  Chapter 11:  Experiences in Finding and Using OER in Teacher Education Programmes: Pedagogical Approach and Challenges. Vignette: OER and Teaching Occupational and Environmental Health at the Post-Graduate Level to Medical Practitioners at the University of Cape Town.   In: “Perspectives on Open and Distance Learning: Open Educational Resources and Change in Higher Education: Reflections from Practice” Eds Jenny Glennie, Ken Harley, Neil Butcher, Trudi van Wyk.  Commonwealth of Learning, UNESCO, June 2012.
    • Adams S, Ehrlich R, Ismail N, Quail Z, Jeebhay MF.  Occupational health challenges facing the Department of Health.  In:  South African Health Review 2012/2013, eds. Padarath A, English R.  Health Systems Trust, Durban: 2013. 67-82.
    • Corrigall, J., & Matzopoulos, R. Violence, alcohol misuse and mental health: gaps in the health system’s response. In: A. Padarath& R. English (Eds.), South African Health Review 2012/13, Durban: Health Systems Trust, 2013; 103–114. Retrieved from http://www.hst.org.za/publications/south-african-health-review-2012/13
    • Ward, C., Dawes, A., Matzopoulos, R. Youth violence in South Africa: Setting the scene. In: C Ward, A Dawes &A van Merwe (Eds), Youth violence in South Africa. Cape Town: UCT Press, 2012; 1-21.

     

    2011

    • London L, Joshi TK, Cairncross E and Claudio L. (2011). Environmental Justice: an international perspective. In: Nriagu JO (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Environmental Health, volume 2, pp. 441–448 Burlington: Elsevier.

     

    2010

    • Jeebhay M. Occupational asthma. In: Green, Motala, Potter, eds.  The Allergy Society of South Africa (ALLSA) Handbook of Practical Allergy, 3rd edition. Cape Town, South Africa, The Science Press, 2010;13:179-190.
    • Adams S, Jeebhay M. How to claim compensation for work-related injuries or diseases. In: Mash B, Blitz J, Kitshoff D, Naude S eds. South African Clinical Nurse Practitioner’s Manual. Van Schaik Publishers, Pretoria, 2010: 273-278.
    • Adams S, Ehrlich RI, Rees D.  South Africa. Current and future OSH needs in developing countries. OSH & Development 2010;10. (ISSN 1653-5766.).
    • Kobusingye, O., Bowman, B., Matzopoulos, R. Introduction. In: O. Kobusingye, B. Bowman, S. Burrows, R. Matzopoulos, A. Butchart (Eds.). Violence and Health in the WHO African Region. Brazzaville, Congo: WHO Regional Office for Africa, 2010; 1-12.
    • Mathews, S., Outwater, A., Matzopoulos, R., Mba, C., Harvey, A., Butchart, A, MbassaMenick, D., & Dassa, K. Family violence. In: O. Kobusingye, B. Bowman, S. Burrows, R. Matzopoulos, A. Butchart (Eds.), Violence and Health in the WHO African Region. Brazzaville, Congo: WHO Regional Office for Africa, 2010; 13-53.
    • Mathews, S., Outwater, A., Kilonzo, N., Mutto, M., Odhiambo, M., & Matzopoulos, R. Community violence. In: O. Kobusingye, B. Bowman, S. Burrows, R. Matzopoulos, A. Butchart (Eds.), Violence and Health in the WHO African Region. Brazzaville, Congo: WHO Regional Office for Africa, 2010; 55-87.

     

    2009

    • Jeebhay M, Alvarez E. Prevention of Biological risks. In: Elgstrand K, Petersson N, eds. Occupational Health and Safety for Development, 1st edition. Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, 2009;6:401-426.

     

    2008

    • Rother HA, London L. Classification and Labelling of Chemicals: New Globally Harmonized System (GHS). Encyclopaedia of Pest Management. 1:1, 1-6, Marcel Dekker, Inc, New York, 2008 Electronic edition at URL: http://dekker.com.
    • London L. Worker Health and Safety, International Issues.pp 617-625, in Heggenhougen and Quah: InternationalEncyclopedia of Public Health (2008), Volume 6, Academic Press, San Diego.
    • Naledi, KC Househam, JE Myers.  State of the province 2008 Chapter Reducing the Burden of Disease in The Western Cape Province:  Enablers and Barriers for Intersectoral Action for Health.
    • Holder Y, Matzopoulos R, Smith N. Poisonings. In: Peden M, Oyegbite K, Ozanne-Smith J et al, eds. World report on child injury prevention. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization and UNICEF, 2008; pp 123-138.
    • Suffla, S., Van Niekerk, A., Bowman, B., Matzopoulos, R. & Seedat, M. Data to action: An overview of crime, violence and injury prevention in South Africa. In: A. Van Niekerk, S. Suffla& M. Seedat (Eds), Crime, violence and injury prevention in South Africa: Data to action. Pretoria: UNISA Press, 2008; pp. 1-9.
    • Matzopoulos R, Du Toit N, Dawad S, Van as S. Assessing the prevention response to child traffic injuries. In: Van Niekerk A, S. Suffla, M. Seedat (Eds). Data to action: An overview of crime, violence and injury prevention in South Africa. Pretoria: UNISA Press, 2008; pp. 10-25.
    • Matzopoulos, R., B. Bowman, and A. Butchart. Violence, Health, and Development. In: Violence prevention in low- and middle-income countries: Finding a place on the global agenda, workshop summary, by the Institutes of Medicine. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2008; pp. 201-246.
  • Conference abstracts

    2018

    • Chetty-Mhlanga S, Basera W, Fuhrimann S, Probst-Hensch N, Röösli M, Dalvie MA. A study of school-going children on neurobehavior and currently used agricultural pesticide exposure in the rural Western Cape, South Africa. Accepted for oral presentation at ISEE Young Europe, Minich, Germany, March 2018. OEMED BMJ, 75, Suppl 1, A11.2.
    • Saucy A, Röösli M,  Künzli N,  Tsai MY,  Sieber C,  Olaniyan T,  Baatjies R,  Jeebhay M,  Davey M, Flückiger B, Naidoo RN, Dalvie MA, Badpa M, Hoogh K.Land Use Regression modelling of outdoor NO2 and PM2.5 concentrations in the Western Cape, South Africa. 2017.  Accepted for oral presentation at ISEE Young Europe, Munich, Germany, March 2018. OEMED BMJ, 75, Suppl 1, A11.2.
    • Ngajilo D, Jeebhay MF. Occupational health in aquaculture – a review of the literature. (abstract 4C.4). iFISH5 - The Fifth International Fishing Industry Safety & Health Conference, St Johns, Canada, June 2018 (abstract book).
       
    • Jeebhay MF, Baatjies R, Lopata AL. Exposure-response relationships for allergy and asthma associated with seafood exposures (abstract 6C.4). iFISH5 - The Fifth International Fishing Industry Safety & Health Conference, St Johns, Canada, June 2018 (abstract book).
       
    • Mwanga H, Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Exposure to aldehydes among health care workers in a large tertiary hospital in Cape Town, South Africa (abstract 646). Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2018;75:A337.
       
    • Matuka DO, Singh TS, Ratshikopa E, Dayal P, Baatjies R, Ngajilo D, Jeebhay MF. Occupational exposure assessment to bioaerosols in poultry farming activities (abstract 1204). Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2018;75:A193.
       
    • Apolline Saucy, Martin Röösli, Nino Künzli, Ming-Yi Tsai, Chloé Sieber, Toyib Olaniyan, Roslynn Baatjies, Mohamed Jeebhay, Mark Davey, Benjamin Flückiger, Rajen N Naidoo, Mohammed Aqiel Dalvie, Mahnaz Badpa, Kees De Hoogh. Land use regression modelling of outdoor NO2 and PM2.5 concentrations in three low-income areas of the urban Western Cape, South Africa (OP III – Occupational and Environmental Medicine Mar 2018, 75 (Suppl 1) A6 DOI:10.1136/oemed-2018-ISEEabstracts.15
       
    • Invited presentation: Ehrlich R. Protecting health care workers from occupational tuberculosis and its effects: long on guidelines, short on implementation?  31st ICOH International Congress on Occupational Health, Dublin, Ireland, 29 April - 4 May 2018.
       
    • Invited plenary presentation.   Ehrlich R. Occupational lung disease in miners.  When Occupational Health becomes Public Health.  31st ICOH International Congress on Occupational Health, Dublin, Ireland, 29 April - 4 May 2018.
       
    • Lyle V, Ehrlich R. The extent to which annual tuberculosis incidence rates in gold miners exceed those of appropriate comparison groups: A descriptive review. 5th SA TB Conference, Durban, June 13-15, 2018.
       
    • Van der Water N, Yassi A, Ehrlich R.  Workers’ compensation for occupational tuberculosis in health workers in South Africa: A survey and qualitative Study. 49th UNION World Conference on Lung Health, The Hague, Netherlands, Oct 24-27, 2018.
       
    • London L.  Scientific Integrity, Conflict of Interest and Journal Publication Practice in Occupational and Environmental Health. Poster presentation to the 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health, Dublin, 29 April to 4 May 2018. Occup Environ Med 2018; 75 (Suppl 2): A156. Abstract published on line at http://oem.bmj.com/content/75/Suppl_2/A156.1
       
    • London L. A rights-based approach to access to Occupational Health Services – what might that offer working populations in the developing world? Presentation to the 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health, Dublin, 29 April to 4 May 2018. Occup Environ Med 2018;75 (Suppl 2): A129. Abstract published on line at http://oem.bmj.com/content/75/Suppl_2/A129.1
       
    • Kootbodien T, Ramesar R,  Holtman Z, Asmal L, Chiliza B, Joska J, Smith P, Stallones L,London L. Organophosphate pesticide exposure as a risk factor for suicide attempts. Presentation to the 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health, Dublin, 29 April to 4 May 2018.  Occup Environ Med 2018; 75 (Suppl 2): A470. Abstract published on line at http://oem.bmj.com/content/75/Suppl_2/A470.1

     

    2017

    • Baatjies R, Jeebhay M. Assessing the impact of a group randomised controlled intervention study in supermarket bakeries with a high baker’s allergy and asthma burden (abstract 0285). Occupational and Environmental Medicine Aug 2017, 74 (Suppl 1) A89.
       
    • Ngajilo D, Singh TS, Ratshikhopha E, Dayal P, Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Risk factors associated with allergic sensitization and asthma phenotypes among poultry farm workers In South Africa (abstract 293). XXXVI Congress of the European Academyc of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Helsinki, Finland, June 2017.
       
    • Schmidt B, Engel ME, Abdullahi L, Ehrlich R. Effectiveness of control measures to prevent transmission of tuberculosis infection to health care workers: a systematic review. Global Evidence Summit, Cape Town, South Africa, 13-16 Sep 2017.
       
    • Myers J, Ehrlich R.  Hollow counting: Measurement of dust in the South African gold mines. ICOH Conference on the History of Occupational and Environmental Health, Gothenburg, Sweden, 29-31 March, 2017.  
       
    • Glass T, Dalvie MA, Holtman Z, Vorster AA, Ramesar RS, London L. DNA variants and Organophosphate Neurotoxicity among Emerging farmers in the Western Cape of South Africa. Accepted for oral presentation at EPICOH 2017, Edinbugh, Scotland, 28 August -31 August 2017. OEMED BMJ, 74, Suppl 1, A34.

     

    2016

    • Donald KA, Adnams CM, Rother HA, Tsze D, Brand D, London L. Long-term neurodevelopmental and behavioural outcomes of acute organophosphate poisoning in South African children. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology. Volume 19, s51, May 2015.
       
    • Mwanga HH, Baatjies R, Singh T, Jeebhay MF. Risk factors for work-related asthma in health care workers with exposure to diverse cleaning agents (abstract 976). XXXV Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Vienna, Austria, June 2016.
       
    • Ehrlich RI, Bloch K, Nkosi M, Johnson L.  Mortality experience of South Afican migrant miners. 27th EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Barcelona, Spain, 05-07 Sept., 2016.
       
    • Matzopoulos R. 2016. ICECI: Injury surveillance in South Africa. Injury Prevention. 22(2): A17.

     

    2015

    • Ngajilo D, Singh TS, Ratshikhopha E, Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Risk factors associated with asthma phenotypes in poultry farm workers (abstract 65). Public Health Association of South Africa Conference, Durban, Oct 2015 (abstract book).
       
    • Donald K.A., Adnams C.M., Rother A., Tsze D., Brand D., London L. P102 – 2305: Long-term neurodevelopmental and behavioural outcomes of acute organophosphate poisoning in South African children. European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, Volume 19, Supplement 1, May 2015, Page S123.
       
    • Parent S, Ehrlich R, Baxter V, Kannemeyer N, Yassi A. Preventing workplace transmission of TB: an arts-based approach to South African healthcare workers. Canadian Conference on  Global Health, Montreal, Canada, 5-7 Nov, 2015.
    • Ratshikhopha E, Njajilo D, Singh TS, Jeebhay MF. Allergic sensitization and immunological profiles in poultry farm workers. Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 28(3); 234, 2015.
    • van der Walt A, Baatjies R, Singh T, Jeebhay M. Determinants of short term serial changes in fractional exhaled nitric oxide in spice mill workers. South African Respiratory Journal, 21(2); 42-3, 2015.
       
    • Mwanga HH, Dalvie MA, Singh T, Channa K, Jeebhay MF. Relationship between pesticide metabolites, cytokine patterns and asthma outcomes in a rural farming population (abstract 191). XXXIV Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Barcelona, Spain, June 2015.

     

    2014

    • Baatjies R, Meijster T, Heederik D, Jeebhay MF. Exposure response relationships for wheat allergen exposure and asthma (abstract 230). XXXIII Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and World Allergy Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 2014.
       
    • Invited presentation.  Ehrlich R. Silicosis and the “head of the snake”: silica, gold mining and tuberculosis in Southern Africa.  Ramazzini Days (Annual Meeting of the Collegium Ramazzini), Carpi, 24-26 Oct. 2014.
       
    • TeWaterNaude JM, Ehrlich RI, D’Arcy H, Sen A, Smilg J, Mashao K, Meyer C, Lockey J, Franzblau, A. Reproducibility of digital x-ray and analog x-ray readings. African Regional Association of Occupational Health (ARAOH) and South African Society of Occupational Medicine (SASOM) Congress, 1-3 August 2014 in Johannesburg, 1-3 Aug 2014.
       
    • Invited presentation.  Ehrlich R.  Silica, silicosis and tuberculosis: an extricable triad.  International workshop on The Role of Inorganic Particles in Pulmonary, Systemic and Autoimmune Diseases. Sciences Po, Paris, 14-15 Nov. 2014.

     

    2013

    • Jeebhay MF, Baatjies R. Occupational risk factors and interventions for baker’s allergy and asthma in South African supermarket bakeries. Collegium Ramazzini, Ramazzini Days,Carpi - 2013, Italy, October 2013.
       
    • Ndlovu V, Dalvie MA, Jeebhay MF. Asthma associated with pesticide exposure among women in the rural Western Cape of South Africa (abstract 328). XXXII Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Milan, Italy, June 2013.
    • Ehrlich R, Knight D, Fielding K,  Jeffrey H, Grant A, Churchyard G.  Predictors of silicosis in a cross company study in the South African gold mining industry. 23rd EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Utrecht, The Netherlands 19-21 June, 2013.
    • Adams S, Ehrlich R, Van Zyl Smit, Said-Hartley, Dawson, Dheda K. Occupational factors associated with LTBI and conversion in health workers in a high tuberculosis/HIV prevalence setting. 23rd EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 19-21 June, 2013.
    • Weber HC, Robinson P, Micallef N, Beggs S, Els I, Ehrlich R.  Do children with cystic fibrosis receiving various forms of outreach care have poorer outcomes than those treated at a specialist cystic fibrosis centre? 10th Australasian Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, 20 August 2013.
    • Dalvie MA, Naidoo S, Africa A. 2013. Exposure to CCA treated wood amongst food caterers and residents in informal areas of Cape Town. RHICOH/EPICOH 2013, Utrecht, June 16-22,  2013.
    • Dalvie MA, English R. 2013. Review of the male reproductive health effects of hormonally active conventional agricultural pesticides used in South Africa. RHICOH/EPICOH 2013, Utrecht, June 16-22, 2013.
    • Dalvie MA, London L. Neurotoxic effects of pesticide exposure amongst women from the rural Western Cape of  South Africa. Accepted for oral presentation at 2013 ICOH Scientific Committee on Neurotoxicology and Psychophysiology Conference, 24‑27 March 2013.
    • Invited presentation. R. Ehrlich.  Workers compensation.Symposium on Workers’ Compensation. Yale University, New Haven, USA, 12 April, 2013.
    • Ehrlich R, Knight Fielding Jeffrey, Grant  Churchyard. Predictors of silicosis. Predictors of silicosis in an cross company study in the South African gold mining industry. 23rd EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Utrecht, The Netherlands 19-21 June, 2013.
    • Adams S, Ehrlich R, Van ZylSmit, Said-Hartley, Dawson, Dheda K. Occupational factors associated with LTBI and conversion in health workers in a high tuberculosis/HIV prevalence setting. 23rd EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Utrecht,The Netherlands, 19-21 June, 2013.
    • Knight D, Ehrlich R, Fielding K,  Jeffrey H, Grant A, Churchyard G.  Changing epidemiology of  silicosis. The changing epidemiology of silicosis among active miners in the South African goldmines. 23rd EPICOH Congress on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 19-21 June, 2013.
  • University publications and technical reports

    2018

    • Jeebhay MF, Ngajilo D, Cavalli LS. Occupational injuries and diseases in Aquaculture. Submitted to the Food and Agriculture Organisation. Centre for Environmental and Occupational Health Research (UCT), April 2018.
    • Jeebhay MF, Ngajilo D. Aquaculture occupational health and safety – Sub-Saharan focus (South Africa and Ghana). Submitted to the Food and Agriculture Organisation. Centre for Environmental and Occupational Health Research (UCT), April 2018.
    • ChukwudI Ngayi. Health Workers’ TB Status Disclosure Protocol for Dealing with MDR and XDR to Limit Transmission of DR TB in Occupational Settings. MPH Practicum. WCDOH protocol.
    • Roden, B. and Rother, H-A  (In Approval Process) Requirements and Conditions of Service for Pesticide Contractor Operators (PCO) on UCT Property - Policy Document. Cape Town, South Africa: University of Cape Town.
    • Cassidy T, Lloyd S, Bowman B, Myers J, Parry C, Makanga PT, Corrigall J, Thompson ML, Matzopoulos R. Violence, alcohol and symptoms of depression and in Cape Town's poorest communities: results of a community survey. UCT Working Paper. 2018.

     

    2017

    • Dalvie MA, Jeebhay M, Naidoo R, Olaniyan T.  Chapter 4 (Package 4) of Report on Health Risk Assessment of Air pollution in the Western Cape: An epidemiological cohort study of school children investigating asthma and of adults investigating cardiopulmonary outcomes. Final Report to Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning, Western Cape. 2017. (Peer-reviewed).
       
    • Matzopoulos R, Berens C, Bowman B, Bloch K, Langa M, Kotze E, Lloyd S, Makanga PT, Mureithi L, Schuurman N. A mixed methods study of the nature and extent of the alcohol trade in Khayelitsha - and community perceptions. Cape Town: Department of Community Safety, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-928340-23-

     

    2016

    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for South Africa, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-06-5.
       
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Western Cape, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-07-2.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for North West, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-11-9.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J,Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Northern Cape, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-09-6.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Mpumalanga, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-13-3.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J,Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Limpopo, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-14-0.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for KwaZulu-Natal, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-15-7.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Gauteng, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-12-6.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J,Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Free State, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-10-2.
       
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N and Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Eastern Cape, 1997–2012. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-928340-08-9.

     

    2015

    Baatjies R, Jeebhay MF. Occupational allergy and asthma among bakery workers of a supermarket chain store in the Western Cape Province of South Africa (Final report of all phases). Centre for Environmental and Occupational Health Research (UCT), March 2015.

     

    2014

    • Kisting S, Pete Lewis, Dalvie MA. 2014. Country Case Study on Working Time Organization and its Effects in the Health Sector: South Africa. Final Report, WHO, Geneva (Reviewed by WHO).
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Free State, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-38-4.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for South Africa, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-34-6.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N,  Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Western Cape, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-35-3.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N,  Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B,  Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Eastern Cape, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-36-0.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Northern Cape, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-37-7.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for North West, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-39-1.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D.  Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Gauteng, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-40-7.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N,  Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B,  Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Mpumalanga, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-41-4.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan N, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Limpopo, 1997–2010. Cape Town South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-42-1.
    • Msemburi W, Pillay-van Wyk V, Dorrington RE, Neethling I, Nannan, Groenewald P, Laubscher R, Joubert J, Matzopoulos R, Nicol E, Nojilana B, Prinsloo M, Sithole N, Somdyala N, Bradshaw D. Second national burden of disease study for South Africa: Cause-of-death profile for Kwa-Zulu Natal, 1997–2010. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council; 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-43-8.
    • Pillay-Van Wyk V, Laubscher R, Msemburi W, Dorrington RE, Groenewald P, Vos T, Matzopoulos R, Prinsloo M, Nojilana B, Nannan N, Somdyala N, Sithole N, Neethling I, Nicol E, Rossouw A, Joubert J, Bradshaw D. Second South African National Burden of Disease Study: Data cleaning, validation and SA NBD List. Burden of Disease Research Unit. South African Medical Research Council. Cape Town: 2014. ISBN: 978-1-920618-17-9

     

    2013

    • Ehrlich R. Silicosis. Unpublished expert report prepared for the Legal Resources Centre, Johannesburg.  Nov. 2008, updated August 2013.
    • Rother, H-A.  Algorithm for Improving Notification of Pesticide Poisonings. 2013. Published by Open UCT.
    • Mureithi, L., Schaik, N. Van, Matzopoulos, R., Naledi, T., & English, R. (2013).Report on the Rapid Assessment of the Injury Morbidity Burden at Health Services in 3 High Violence Communities in the Western Cape (Vol. 27). Cape Town.
    • Rother, H-A.  Algorithm for Improving Notification of Pesticide Poisonings. 2013. Published by Open UCT.
    • Matzopoulos, R., Prinsloo, M., Bradshaw, D., Pillay-van Wyk, V., Gwebushe, N., Mathews, S., Martin, L., Laubscher, R., Lombard, C., Abrahams, N. The Injury Mortality Survey: A national study of injury mortality levels and causes in South Africa in 2009. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2013.

     

    2012

    • Ehrlich R. Silicosis.  Unpublished expert report prepared for the Richard Spoor, attorney, Oct. 2012.
    • Nannan N, Dorrington RE, Laubscher R, Zinyakatira N, Prinsloo M, Darikwa T, Matzopoulos R, Bradshaw D. Under-5 mortality statistics in South Africa: Shedding some light on the trend and causes 1997-2007. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2012.
    • Groenewald P, Bradshaw D, Msemburi W, Neetheling I, Matzopoulos R, Naledi T, Daniels J, Dombo M. Western Cape Mortality Profile 2009. Cape Town: South African Medical Research Council, 2012. ISBN: 978-1-920014-84-1.

     

    2011

    • London L, Dalvie MA, Africa A, Ochieng A A, M A De Souza, Cairncross E.  2011. Environmental monitoring of pesticides at Chameleon Montessori Schools in Durbanville in the Western Cape- A Pilot study. Final Report. UCT, Cape Town (Reviewed by school board and environmental health committee, Chameleon Montessori Schools.
    • Dalvie MA, M Jeebhay, L London, HA Rother HA. 2011. Health effects due to pesticide exposure amongst rural women residents in the Western Cape.  Final Report. UCT, Cape Town (Reviewed by Women on Farms Project (WFP).
    • Donson H, Smith M, Matzopoulos R. Western Cape, Provincial Injury Mortality Surveillance System, 2008. Cape Town: Medical Research Council / Provincial Government of the
    • Dalvie MA, M Jeebhay, L London, HA Rother HA. 2011. Health effects due to pesticide exposure amongst rural women residents in the Western Cape.  Final Report. UCT, Cape Town (Reviewed by Women on Farms Project (WFP).Western Cape, 2011.

     

    2010

    Young, T, Tucker, T, Galloway, M, Manyike, P, Chapman, A, Myers, J. Climate change and health in the SADC Region. September 20, 2010.http://opencontent.uct.ac.za.

     

    2009

    Rother, H-A.  Guideline for Preventing Child Pesticide poisonings in South Africa. 2009. Produced for the National Department of Health, South Africa.

     

    2008

    • Myers J, Dalvie A, Jeebhay M. Literature review of human health impacts associated with occupational and environmental exposure to Chromium VI and recommendation to FAPA on the feasibility of a health study. Occupational and Environmental Health Research Unit (UCT), March 2008.
    • Adams S, Schmidt G, Jeebhay MF. Quarterly WCPMAP Report of activities for the period 1 Jan 2008 - 30 Apr 2008. Western Cape Provincial Medical Advisory Panel, Apr 2008.
    • Adams S, Schmidt G, Jeebhay MF. Quarterly WCPMAP Report of activities for the period 1 October 2007 - 31 Dec 2007. Western Cape Provincial Medical Advisory Panel, Feb 2008.
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