Jo Hunter Adams
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A qualitative study of language barriers between South African health care providers and cross-border migrants
J Hunter-Adams, HA Rother
BMC health services research 17, 1-9, 2017
The impact of functional health literacy and acculturation on the oral health status of Somali refugees living in Massachusetts
PL Geltman, JH Adams, J Cochran, G Doros, D Rybin, M Henshaw, ...
American journal of public health 103 (8), 1516-1523, 2013
Health literacy, acculturation, and the use of preventive oral health care by Somali refugees living in Massachusetts
PL Geltman, J Hunter Adams, KL Penrose, J Cochran, D Rybin, G Doros, ...
Journal of immigrant and minority health 16, 622-630, 2014
Towards a migration-aware health system in South Africa: a strategic opportunity to address health inequity
JO Vearey, M Modisenyane, J Hunter-Adams
South African health review 2017 (1), 89-98, 2017
A global research agenda on migration, mobility, and health
J Hanefeld, J Vearey, N Lunt, S Bell, K Blanchet, D Duclos, L Ghilardi, ...
The Lancet 389 (10087), 2358-2359, 2017
Food insecurity in relation to obesity in peri-urban Cape Town, South Africa: Implications for diet-related non-communicable disease
J Hunter-Adams, J Battersby, T Oni
Appetite 137, 244-249, 2019
Urban health research in Africa: themes and priority research questions
T Oni, W Smit, R Matzopoulos, J Hunter Adams, M Pentecost, HA Rother, ...
Journal of urban health 93, 722-730, 2016
Perceptions related to breastfeeding and the early introduction of complementary foods amongst migrants in Cape Town, South Africa
J Hunter-Adams, L Myer, HA Rother
International breastfeeding journal 11, 1-9, 2016
Vitamin D deficiency among newly resettled refugees in Massachusetts
K Penrose, J Hunter Adams, T Nguyen, J Cochran, PL Geltman
Journal of immigrant and minority health 14, 941-948, 2012
Pregnant in a foreign city: A qualitative analysis of diet and nutrition for cross-border migrant women in Cape Town, South Africa
J Hunter-Adams, HA Rother
Appetite 103, 403-410, 2016
The cultural basis for oral health practices among Somali refugees pre-and post-resettlement in Massachusetts
JH Adams, S Young, LD Laird, PL Geltman, JJ Cochran, A Hassan, F Egal, ...
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 24 (4), 1474-1485, 2013
Interpreting habits in a new place: migrants’ descriptions of geophagia during pregnancy
J Hunter-Adams
Appetite 105, 557-561, 2016
Relationships between English language proficiency, health literacy, and health outcomes in Somali refugees
JE Murphy, L Smock, J Hunter-Adams, Z Xuan, J Cochran, ...
Journal of immigrant and minority health 21, 451-460, 2019
How to address non-communicable diseases in urban Africa
J Hunter-Adams, BN Yongsi, K Dzasi, S Parnell, JI Boufford, E Pieterse, ...
The lancet diabetes & endocrinology 5 (12), 932-934, 2017
Acculturation and a potential relationship with oral health outcomes among Somali refugees in Massachusetts
J Hunter-Adams, J Cochran, LD Laird, MK Paasche-Orlow, PL Geltman
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 20, 351-359, 2018
The dimensionality of disclosure of HIV status amongst post-partum women in Cape Town, South Africa
J Hunter-Adams, A Zerbe, T Philips, Z Rini, L Myer, G Petro, E Abrams
African Journal of Aids Research 16 (2), 101-107, 2017
Exploring perceptions of the food environment amongst Congolese, Somalis and Zimbabweans living in Cape Town
J Hunter‐Adams
International Migration 55 (4), 78-87, 2017
Adolescent girls’ perceptions of breastfeeding in two low-income periurban communities in South Africa
V Zweigenthal, A Strebel, J Hunter-Adams
Health care for women international 40 (7-9), 995-1011, 2019
Fault lines in food system governance exposed: reflections from the listeria outbreak in South Africa
J Hunter-Adams, J Battersby, T Oni
Cities & Health 2 (1), 17-21, 2018
Mourning the support of women postpartum: The experiences of migrants in Cape Town, South Africa
J Hunter-Adams
Health Care for Women International 37 (9), 1010-1024, 2016
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