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Journal Article - Original Research

Interventions to improve disposal of human excreta for preventing diarrhoea.

Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2010; 6(6):CD007180
First online: 2010-06-16

Behavioral indicators of household decision-making and demand for sanitation and potential gains from social marketing in Ghana

Social Science & Medicine, 2007; 64(12):2427-2442
First online: 2007-04-17

The acceptability of male circumcision as an HIV intervention among a rural Zulu population, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa.

Scott, B.E.; Weiss, H.A.; Viljoen, J.I.;
AIDS Care, 2005; 17(3):304-13

Masters of Marketing: Bringing Private Sector Skills to Public Health Partnerships.

Curtis, V.A.; Garbrah-Aidoo, N.; Scott, B.;
Am J Public Health, 2007; 97(4):634-41

Marketing hygiene behaviours: the impact of different communication channels on reported handwashing behaviour of women in Ghana

Scott, B.E.; Schmidt, W.P.; Aunger, R.; Garbrah-Aidoo, N.; Animashaun, R.
Health Education Research, 2008; 23(3):392-401
First online: 2007-11-13

Health in our hands, but not in our heads: understanding hygiene motivation in Ghana.

Scott, B.; Curtis, V.; Rabie, T.; Garbrah-Aidoo, N.;
Health Policy Plan, 2007; 22(4):225-33

Hard to handle: understanding mothers' handwashing behaviour in Ghana.

Health Policy Plan, 2007; 22(4):216-24

Interventions to improve excreta disposal for the prevention of diarrhoea. (Protocol for a Cochrane Review)

The Cochrane Library, 2008; (2)

Protecting Children from Diarrohoea and Acute Respiratory Infections: The Role of Hand Washing Promotion in Water and Sanitation Programmes

Regional Health Forum ? WHO South-East Asia Region, 2003; 7(1):42-47


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