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(2005) World Health Report 2005 Policy Briefs: Moving ahead. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, 3pp. (The World Health Report 2005. Make every mother and child count).
(2005) World Health Report 2005: Policy brief four. Working with civil society organizations. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, 2pp. (The World Health Report 2005. Make every mother and child count).
(2005) World Health Report 2005: Policy brief two. Rehabilitating the workforce: The key to scaling up MNCH. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, 4pp. (The World Health Report 2005. Make every mother and child count).
Baschieri, Angela, Falkingham, Jane and Grant, Gail (2005) Are the poor missing out in the achievement of the MDGs? Report to Reaching the Very Poorest Team. London, GB, Department for International Development
Beissel-Durrant, G. (2005) Imputing nonignorable missing data using a data augmentation approach: an application to the estimation of hourly pay distributions. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, 55
Berger, Yves G. (2005) A variance estimator for systematic sampling from a deliberately ordered population. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 34, (7), 1533-1541. (doi:10.1081/STA-200063383).
Berrington, Ann, Diamond, Ian, Ingham, Roger, Stevenson, Jim, Borgoni, Riccardo, Cobos Hernández, M. Isabel and Smith, Peter W.F. (2005) Consequences of teenage parenthood: pathways which minimise the long term negative impacts of teenage childbearing. UK, Department of Health, 50pp.
Berrington, Ann, Hu, Yongjian, Ramirez-Ducoing, Karla and Smith, Peter (2005) Multilevel modelling of repeated ordinal measures: an application to attitudes to divorce. Southampton, UK, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, 24pp. (S3RI Applications and Policy Working Papers, A05/10).
Berrington, Ann M., Cobos Hernandez, M. Isabel, Ingham, Roger and Stevenson, Jim (2005) Antecedents and outcomes of young fatherhood: longitudinal evidence from the 1970 British Birth Cohort Study. Southampton, UK, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, 60pp. (S3RI Applications and Policy Working Papers, A05/09).
Billari, F.C. and Borgoni, R. (2005) Assessing the use of sample selection models in the estimation of fertility postponement effects. Statistical Methods and Applications, 14, (3), 389-402. (doi:10.1007/s10260-005-0122-x).
Clarke, Paul S. and Smith, Peter W.F. (2005) On maximum likelihood estimation for log-linear models with non-ignorable non-response. Statistics & Probability Letters, 73, (4), 441-448. (doi:10.1016/j.spl.2005.04.019).
Dahal, G.P., Hennink, M. and Hinde, A. (2005) Factors associated with sexual activity and risky sexual behaviour among young men in Nepal. In, Donta, B., Volgelsong, K.M., Van Look, P.F.A. and Puri, C.P. (eds.) Enhancing Male Partnership in Sexual and Reproductive Health. Mumbai, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health, 275-293.
Dahal, Govinda P., Hennink, Monique and Hinde, Andrew (2005) Risky sexual behaviour among young men in Nepal. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, 36pp. (S3RI Applications and Policy Working Papers, A05/01).
De Broe, Sofie, Hinde, Andrew, Matthews, Zoe and Padmadas, Sabu S. (2005) Diversity in family planning use among ethnic groups in Guatemala. Journal of Biosocial Science, 37, (3), 301-317. (doi:10.1017/S0021932004006650).
Durrant, Gabriele B. (2005) Correcting for measurement error using missing data methods: an example from the UK Labour Force Survey. Ottawa, Canada, Statistics Canada (Guide to the Labour Force Survey).
Durrant, Gabriele B. (2005) Imputation methods in the social sciences: a methodological review. , NCRM (NCRM Working Paper Series, NCRM-002).
Evandrou, M. and Falkingham, J. (2005) A secure retirement for all? Older People and New Labour. In, Hills, J. and Stewart, K. (eds.) New Labour, Poverty, Inequality and Exclusion. Bristol, Policy Press, 167-188.
Falkingham, Jane (2005) The end of the rollercoaster? Growth, inequality and poverty in Central Asia and the Caucasus. Social Policy & Administration, 39, (4), 340-360. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2005.00444.x).
Falkingham, Jane and Baschieri, Angela (2005) Gender and poverty: how we can be misled by the unitary model of household resources – the case of Tajikistan. Southampton, UK, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, 21pp. (S3RI Applications and Policy Working Papers, A04/21).
Falkingham, Jane, Baschieri, Angela, Hornby, Duncan and Hutton, Craig (2005) Creating a poverty map for Azerbaijan. Washington, US, The World Bank, 72pp. (Policy, Research Working Paper, WPS 3793).
Guntupalli, Aravinda Meera (2005) Role of social anthropology in the study of HIV/AIDS in the context of globalization. In, Misra, Kamal K. (ed.) Anthropology, New Global Order, and Other Essays. New Delhi, India, Concept Publishing.
Hansen, Lars and McDonald, John W. (2005) Significant difference in knowledge between English and Danish psychiatrists. European Psychiatry, 20, (3), 287-290. (doi:10.1016/j.eurpsy.2004.06.011).
Hennink, M. and Madise, Nyovani J. (2005) Influence of user fees on contraceptive use in Malawi. African Population Studies, 20, (2), 125-141.
Hennink, Monique and Clements, Steve (2005) The impact of family planning clinics on the urban poor in Pakistan. Studies in Family Planning, 36, (1), 33-44. (doi:10.1111/j.1728-4465.2005.00039.x).
Hennink, Monique, Rana, Imran and Iqbal, Robina (2005) Knowledge of personal and sexual development amongst young people in Pakistan. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 7, (4), 319-332. (doi:10.1080/13691050500035367).
Kendrick, Tony, King, Fiona, Albertella, Louise and Smith, Peter W.F. (2005) GP treatment decisions for patients with depression: an observational study. British Journal of General Practice, 55, (513), 280-286.
Manuel, A., Matthews, Z. and Van Lerberghe, W. (2005) Make every mother and child count: Key findings of the World Health Report 2005. UN Chronicle, 66-68.
Marnie, Sheila and Micklewright, John (2005) Targeting social assistance in a transition economy: The Mahallas in Uzbekistan. Social Policy and Administration, 39, (4), 431-447. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2005.00448.x).
Matthews, Z., Brookes, M., Stones, R.W. and Hossein, B. (2005) Village in the city: autonomy and maternal health-seeking among slum populations of Mumbai. In, Moore, S. (ed.) A focus on gender: collected papers on gender using DHS data. Calverton: Maryland, DHS Orc Macro.
Matthews, Z., Ensor, T., Amoako Johnson, F. and Van Lerberghe, W. (2005) Socioeconomic and health determinants of maternal, newborn and child mortality. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton
Matthews, Zoe, Ramakrishna, Jayashree, Mahendra, Shanti, Kilaru, Asha and Genapathy, Saraswathy (2005) Birth rights and rituals in rural South India: Care seeking in the intrapartum period. Journal of Biosocial Science, 37, (4), 385-411. (doi:10.1017/S0021932004006911).
Matthews, Zoë , Van Lerberghe, Wim (ed.), (2005) Access to care and financial protection for all. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organisation (The World Health Report 2005: Make every mother and child count).
Matthews, Zoë (2005) Integrating maternal, newborn and child health programmes. Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization, 3pp. (World Health Report 2005: Make every mother and child count).
Micklewright, J. and Wright, A. (2005) Private donations for international development. In, Atkinson, A. B. (ed.) New Sources of Development Finance. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 132-155. (WIDER Studies in Development Economics).
Micklewright, John and Marnie, Sheila (2005) Targeting social assistance in a transition economy: the Mahallas in Uzbekistan. Social Policy and Administration, 39, (4), 431-447. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2005.00448.x).
Micklewright, John and Nagy, Gyula (2005) Job search monitoring and unemployment duration in Hungary: evidence from a randomised control trial. Southampton, UK, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, 26pp. (S3RI Applications and Policy Working Papers, A05/08).
Moura, Fernando, Clarke, Philip and Pfeffermann, Danny (2005) Small area estimation under varying area boundaries using the synthetic estimator. Statistics in Transition, 7, (3), 625-636.
Mturi, Akim J. and Hennink, Monique M. (2005) Perceptions of sex education for adolescents in Lesotho. Culture Health and Sexuality, 7, (2), 129-143. (doi:10.1080/13691050412331321285).
Ní Bhrolcháin, Máire (2005) The age difference at marriage in England and Wales: a century of patterns and trends. Population Trends, 120, Summer Issue, 7-14.
Ní Bhrolcháin, Máire and Sigle-Rushton, Wendy (2005) Partner supply in Britain and the US: estimates and gender contrasts. Population (English Edition), 60, (1-2), 37-64.
Ní Bhrolcháin, Máire and Toulemon, Laurent (2005) Does postponement explain the trend to later childbearing in France? Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, 2005, 83-107. (doi:10.1553/populationyearbook2005s83).
Odimegwu, Clifford O., Okemgbo, Christian and Pallikadavath, Saseendran (2005) Our culture, our behaviour and our health: conspiracy of indifference. In, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP): XXV International Population Conference, Tours, France, 18 - 23 Jul 2005.
Odimegwu, Clifford O., Okemgbo, Christian and Pallikadavath, Saseendran (2005) What is the cost of being a man? An analysis of social and health consequences of masculinity in Nigeria. In, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP): XXV International Population Conference, Tours, France, 18 - 23 Jul 2005.
Pallikadavath, S., Jayachandran, A.A. and Stones, R.W. (2005) Womens' Reproductive Health, socio cultral context and AIDS knowledge in Northen India. Journal of Health Management, 7, (1), 109-128. (doi:10.1177/097206340400700104).
Pallikadavath, S., Sanneh, A., McWhirter, J.M. and Stones, R.W. (2005) Rural women's knowledge of AIDS in the higher prevalence states of India: reproductive health and sociocultural correlates. Health Promotion International, 20, (3), 249-259. (doi:10.1093/heapro/dai005).
Pallikadavath, S. and Wilson, C. (2005) Paradox within a paradox: the fertility of the lower caste in Kerala. Economic and Political Weekly
Pallikadavath, Saseendran and Stones, R. William (2005) Induced abortion in India. In, Population Association of America: 2005 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, USA, 31 Mar - 02 Apr 2005.
Patch, Christine, Roderick, Paul and Rosenberg, William (2005) Comparison of genotypic and phenotypic strategies for population screening in hemochromatosis: Assessment of anxiety, depression, and perception of health. Genetics in Medicine, 7, (8), 550-556.
Pfeffermann, Danny and Sverchkov, Michail (2005) Small area estimation under informative sampling. Statistics in Transition, 7, (3), 675-684.
Rathod, Shanaya, Kingdon, David, Smith, Peter and Turkington, Douglas (2005) Insight into schizophrenia: the effects of cognitive behavioural therapy on the components of insight and association with sociodemographics—data on a previously published randomised controlled trial. Schizophrenia Research, 74, (2-3), 211-219. (doi:10.1016/j.schres.2004.07.003).
Raymer, James, Bonaguidi, Alberto and Valentini, Alessandro (2005) Describing and projecting the age and spatial structures of interregional migration in Italy. Southampton, UK, Southampton Statistical Sciences Research Institute, 43pp. (S3RI Applications and Policy Working Papers, A05/06).
Rogers, Andrei and Raymer, James (2005) Origin dependence, secondary migration, and the indirect estimation of migration flows from population stocks. Journal of Population Research, 22, (1), 1-19.
Salgueiro, M. Fátima, Smith, Peter W.F. and McDonald, John W. (2005) Power of edge exclusion tests in graphical Gaussian models. Biometrika, 92, (1), 173-182. (doi:10.1093/biomet/92.1.173).
Smith, Peter W.F. and Clarke, Paul S. (2005) Contribution to the discussion of Copas, J. and Eguchi, S. (2005) Model uncertainty and incomplete-data bias. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B
Sturgis, P. and Tilley, J. (2005) Political sophistication and issue voting: an intra-individual level analysis. Manchester, GB, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC Research Methods Programme Working Papers 15).
Sturgis, Patrick, Cooper, Helen and Fife-Schaw, Chris (2005) Attitudes to biotechnology: estimating the opinions of a better informed public. New Genetics and Society, 24, (1), 34-56. (doi:10.1080/14636770500037693).
Sturgis, Patrick, Roberts, Caroline and Allum, Nick (2005) A different take on the deliberative poll. Information, deliberation and attitude constraint. Public Opinion Quarterly, 69, (1), 30-65. (doi:10.1093/poq/nfi005).
Taffa, Negussie, Chepngeno, Gloria and Amuyunzu-Nyamongo, Mary (2005) Child morbidity and healthcare utilization in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 51, (5), 279-284. (doi:10.1093/tropej/fmi012).
Taffa, Negussie and Chepngeno-Langat, Gloria (2005) Determinants of health care seeking for childhood illnesses in Nairobi slums. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 10, (3), 240-245. (doi:10.1111/j.1365-3156.2004.01381.x). (PMID:15730508).
Tzavidis, N. and Chambers, R. (2005) Multiquantile diagnostics for multilevel models. In, 55th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Sydney, Australia, 05 - 12 Apr 2005.
Van Lerberghe, Wim, Manuel, Annick, Matthews, Zoë and Cathy, Wolfheim (2005) The World Health Report 2005 - make every mother and child count. Geneve, CH, World Health Organization, 115pp. (World Health Report 2005).
Welsh, Alan H., Mansson, Ralph A., Frey, Jeremy G. and Danos, Lefteris (2005) Statistical analysis of second harmonic generation experiments: a phenomenological model. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 75, (1), 45-54. (doi:10.1016/j.chemolab.2004.05.002).