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Publications

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Publication: Book Item (Buchkap., Lexikonartikel, jur. Kommentierung, Beiträge in Sammelbänden etc.)

ID Author Year Title Publisher
2250762  Haller, T.; Merten, S. 2013 Losing the commons - fighting with magic : institutional change, fortress conservation and livelihood strategies of the Batwa, Kafue flats floodplain, Zambia Lembani Trust
2106881  Haller, T.; Merten, S. 2010 "We had cattle and did not fish and hunt anyhow!" : Institutional change and contested commons in the Kafue Flats floodplain (Zambia) Brill

Publication: JournalArticle (Originalarbeit in einer wissenschaftlichen Zeitschrift)

ID Author Year Title Publisher
4694348  Zepro, N. B.; Ali, N. T.; Tarr, N.; Medhanyie, A. A.; Paris, D. H.; Probst-Hensch, N.; Merten, S. 2023 Sexual and reproductive health services use among adolescents in pastoralist settings, northeastern Ethiopia BMC Health Serv Res
4665591  Schwind, B.; Zemp, E.; Jafflin, K.; Späth, A.; Barth, M.; Maigetter, K.; Merten, S.; Kurth, E. 2023 "But at home, with the midwife, you are a person": experiences and impact of a new early postpartum home-based midwifery care model in the view of women in vulnerable family situations BMC Health Serv Res
4665593  Shrikhande, S. S.; Merten, S.; Cambaco, O.; Lee, T.; Lakshmanasamy, R.; Röösli, M.; Dalvie, M. A.; Utzinger, J.; Cisse, G. 2023 "Climate change and health?": Knowledge and perceptions among key stakeholders in Puducherry, India Int J Environ Res Public Health
4683487  Wüthrich-Grossenbacher, U.; Mutsinze, A.; Wolf, U.; Maponga, C. C.; Midzi, N.; Mutsaka-Makuvaza, M. J.; Merten, S. 2023 A validation of the religious and spiritual struggles scale among young people living with HIV in Zimbabwe: mokken scale analysis and exploratory factor analysis Front Psychol
4662795  Bapolisi, W. A.; Bisimwa, G.; Merten, S. 2023 Barriers to family planning use in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo: an application of the theory of planned behaviour using a longitudinal survey BMJ Open
4694727  Oehri, J.; Chernet, A.; Merten, S.; Sydow, V.; Paris, D. H. 2023 Improving primary healthcare access for asylum seekers and refugees: a qualitative study from a swiss family physician perspective J Prim Care Community Health
4651638  Ikuteyijo, O. O.; Akinyemi, A. I.; Merten, S. 2022 Exposure to job-related violence among young female sex workers in urban slums of Southwest Nigeria BMC public health
4651494  Bytyci Katanolli, A.; Probst-Hensch, N.; Obas, K. A.; Gerold, J.; Zahorka, M.; Jerliu, N.; Ramadani, Q.; Fota, N.; Merten, S. 2022 Perceived barriers to physical activity behaviour among patients with diabetes and hypertension in Kosovo: a qualitative study BMC Prim Care
4651495  Bytyci-Katanolli, A.; Merten, S.; Kwiatkowski, M.; Obas, K.; Gerold, J.; Zahorka, M.; Jerliu, N.; Ramadani, Q.; Fota, N.; Probst-Hensch, N. 2022 Non-communicable disease prevention in Kosovo: quantitative and qualitative assessment of uptake and barriers of an intervention for healthier lifestyles in primary healthcare BMC Health Serv Res
4657550  Grimm, P. Y.; Oliver, S.; Merten, S.; Han, W. W.; Wyss, K. 2022 Enhancing the understanding of resilience in health systems of low- and middle-income countries: a qualitative evidence synthesis Int J Health Policy Manag
4651523  Darkhawaja, R. A. M.; Kwiatkowski, M.; Vermes, T.; Allabadi, H.; Merten, S.; Alkaiyat, A.; Probst-Hensch, N. 2022 Exploring the role of social capital, self-efficacy and social contagion in shaping lifestyle and mental health among students representing the future healthcare workforce in Palestine: social cohort study protocol BMJ Open
4663692  Ombere, S. O.; Nyambedha, E. O.; Haller, T.; Merten, S. 2022 Measures adopted by indigent mothers in Kilifi County to tackle maternal health challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic: a qualitative study Afr J Reprod Health
4651642  Jafflin, K.; Deml, M. J.; Schwendener, C. L.; Kiener, L.; Delfino, A.; Gafner, R.; Schudel, S.; Mäusezahl, M.; Berger, C.; Huber, B. M.; Merten, S.; Tarr, P. E. 2022 Parental and provider vaccine hesitancy and non-timely childhood vaccination in Switzerland Vaccine
4651840  Schwendener, C. L.; Kiener, L. M.; Jafflin, K.; Rouached, S.; Juillerat, A.; Meier, V.; Schärli Maurer, S.; Muggli, F.; Gültekin, N.; Baumann, A.; Debergh, M.; Gruillot, C.; Huber, B.; Merten, S.; Buhl, A.; Deml, M. J.; Tarr, P. E. 2022 HPV vaccine awareness, knowledge and information sources among youth in Switzerland: a mixed methods study BMJ Open
4651839  Schwarz, J.; Merten, S. 2022 'The body is difficult': reproductive navigation through sociality and corporeality in rural Burundi Cult Health Sex
4657561  Schwarz, J.; Manirakiza, R.; Merten, S. 2022 Reproductive governance in a fragile and population-dense context: family planning policies, discourses, and practices in Burundi Eur J Dev Res
4651067  Bapolisi, W.; Ferrari, G.; Bisimwa, G.; Merten, S. 2021 Gendered determinants of food insecurity in ongoing regional conflicts, North and South Kivu, the Democratic Republic of Congo Agric Food Secur
4646299  Leuenberger, A.; Cambaco, O.; Zabré, H. R.; Lyatuu, I.; Utzinger, J.; Munguambe, K.; Merten, S.; Winkler, M. S. 2021 "It is like we are living in a different world": health inequity in communities surrounding industrial mining sites in Burkina Faso, Mozambique, and Tanzania Int J Environ Res Public Health
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