Hanna-Andrea Rother
Hanna-Andrea Rother
Head, Environmental Health Division, School of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Cape
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Pesticide usage and health consequences for women in developing countries: out of sight out of mind?
L London, S De Grosbois, C Wesseling, S Kisting, HA Rother, D Mergler
International journal of occupational and environmental health 8 (1), 46-59, 2002
South African farm workers’ interpretation of risk assessment data expressed as pictograms on pesticide labels
HA Rother
Environmental research 108 (3), 419-427, 2008
Pesticide safety training and practices in women working in small-scale agriculture in South Africa
S Naidoo, L London, HA Rother, A Burdorf, RN Naidoo, H Kromhout
Occupational and environmental medicine 67 (12), 823-828, 2010
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
Pesticide poisonings at a tertiary children's hospital in South Africa: an increasing problem
KH Balme, JC Roberts, M Glasstone, L Curling, H Rother, L London, ...
Clinical Toxicology 48 (9), 928-934, 2010
Sustainable healthcare education: integrating planetary health into clinical education
SC Walpole, S Barna, J Richardson, HA Rother
The Lancet Planetary Health 3 (1), e6-e7, 2019
Chemical exposure reduction: Factors impacting on South African herbicide sprayers' personal protective equipment compliance and high risk work practices
F Andrade-Rivas, HA Rother
Environmental research 142, 34-45, 2015
Falling through the regulatory cracks: street selling of pesticides and poisoning among urban youth in South Africa
HA Rother
International journal of occupational and environmental health 16 (2), 183-194, 2010
Pesticide use among emerging farmers in South Africa: contributing factors and stakeholder perspectives
HA Rother, R Hall, L London
Development Southern Africa 25 (4), 399-424, 2008
Building an environmentally accountable medical curriculum through international collaboration
SC Walpole, A Vyas, J Maxwell, BJ Canny, R Woollard, C Wellbery, ...
Medical Teacher 39 (10), 1040-1050, 2017
Pesticide labels: Protecting liability or health?–Unpacking “misuse” of pesticides
HA Rother
Current Opinion in Environmental Science & Health 4, 10-15, 2018
Influences of pesticide risk perception on the health of rural South African women and children
HA Rother
African Newsletter on Occupational Health and Safety 10 (2), 42-46, 2000
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
Silent invaders: pesticides, livelihoods and women's health
M Jacobs, B Dinham
Zed Books, 2003
People, pesticides, and the environment: Who bears the brunt of backward policy in South Africa?
L London, HA Rother
New solutions: A journal of environmental and occupational health policy 10 …, 2001
The acceptability of rat trap use over pesticides for rodent control in two poor urban communities in South Africa
R Roomaney, R Ehrlich, HA Rother
Environmental Health 11, 1-6, 2012
“But it's just paracetamol”: Caregivers’ ability to administer over-the-counter painkillers to children with the information provided
F Bennin, HA Rother
Patient education and counseling 98, 331-337, 2015
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), 1-9, 2016
Chemical hazard communication comprehensibility in South Africa: Safety implications for the adoption of the globally harmonised system of classification and labelling of chemicals
MA Dalvie, HA Rother, L London
Safety Science 61, 51-58, 2014
Sociologists in action: Sociology, social change, and social justice
KO Korgen, JM White, SK White
Sage Publications, 2013
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