Researchers affiliated with HAALSI, a longitudinal project focused on an aging population in South Africa, have published a study that emphasizes the need for additional research focused on strengthening the … Continue reading “Education is not only factor in cognitive health disparities between older men and women in rural South Africa”
Alexander Tsai, MD, PhD, is co-author of a study published in the Journal of the International AIDS Society that indicates that has been a minimal increase in HIV knowledge across … Continue reading “Despite ART rapidly scaling up, level of knowledge of HIV among general population in sub-Saharan Africa has not”
A study by Collin Payne, PhD, a recent Bell Fellow and current research associate at the Harvard Pop Center, focuses on the under-explored patterns that link cognition, health and well-being … Continue reading “Cognitive health plays key role in late-life well-being in sub-Saharan Africa”
Harvard Pop Center faculty member Margaret McConnell, PhD, is co-author on a paper that has found that parents appear to under report the symptoms of girls, which could be linked … Continue reading “Medical symptoms of girls in sub-Saharan Africa found to be under reported by parents”
Harvard Bell Fellow Collin Payne is lead author on a working paper that explores the complex nature of how resources are shared and redistributed within a family in the absence … Continue reading “Working paper: Up, Down & Reciprocal: The Dynamics of Intergenerational Transfers, Family Structure & Health in a Low-Income Context”
Harvard Bell Fellow Collin Payne is lead author on a working paper that investigates the cognitive health of the understudied, growing population of aging adults (+45 years) in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Alexander Tsai, PhD, MD, a former RWJF Health & Society Scholar at Harvard, and currently a member of the Harvard Pop Center faculty, is co-author on a study published in … Continue reading “Increase in HIV stigma linked to decreased use of skilled childbirth facilities in Uganda”