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Adanu, Richard M.K., Hill, Allan G., Seffah, Joseph D., Darko, Rudolph, Anarfi, John K. and Duda, Rosemary B. (2008) Sexually transmitted infections and health seeking behaviour among Ghanaian women in Accra African Journal of Reproductive Health, 12, (3), pp. 151-158. (PMID:19435019).

Oliveras, Elizabeth, Ahiadeke, Clement, Adanu, Richard M. and Hill, Allan G. (2008) Clinic-based surveillance of adverse pregnancy outcomes to identify induced abortions in Accra, Ghana Studies in Family Planning, 39, (2), pp. 133-140. (PMID:18678177).

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Sage, Joanna (2008) Disrupting dominant representations of studentification and extending the conceptual boundaries of gentrification At 2008 Popfest Postgraduate Conference, United Kingdom. 25 - 27 Jun 2008.

Sage, Joanna (2008) Studentification and nurturing positive forms of social interaction At Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, United States. 15 - 19 Apr 2008.

Sage, Joanna (2008) Studentification and nurturing positive forms of social interaction At RGS-IBG Annual Conference, United Kingdom. 27 - 29 Aug 2008.


Szabo, Sylvia (2008) Parliamentary study tours to Ethiopia and Peru: witnessing the results on the ground The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria 16pp. , Geneva, CH


Correa, Solange Trinidade (2008) Bias corrections in multilevel modelling of survey data with applications to small area estimation University of Southampton, Social Statistics and Demography, Doctoral Thesis .

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