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  • Jewkes R, Dunkle K. Nduna M, Shai N. Intimate partner violence, relationship gender power inequity, and incidence of HIV infection in young women in South Africa: a cohort study. The Lancet (in press)
  • Jewkes R. (2010) Where to for sexual health education for adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa? PLoS Medicine 7(6): e1000288. doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1000288
  • Townsend L, Jewkes R, Mathews C, Johnston L, Zembe Y,  Flisher A, Chopra M. Intimate partner violence (IPV) and its relationship to HIV sexual risk behaviour among men who have multiple female sexual partners in Cape Town, South Africa. AIDS & Behaviour  2010;
  • Jewkes R, Morrell R Gender and sexuality: emerging perspectives from the heterosexual epidemic in South Africa and implications for HIV risk and prevention. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2010; 13:6 (9 February 2010).
  • Abrahams N, Jewkes R . Barriers to post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) completion after rape: a  South African qualitative study. Culture Health and Sexuality. 12 (5); 471-484
  • Abrahams N, Jewkes R, Lombard C, Mathews S, Campbell J, Meel B. Impact of telephonic psycho-social support on adherence to post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) after rape: a randomised controlled trial. AIDS Care (in press)
  • Abrahams N, Jewkes R, Mathews S. The role of guns in gender based violence: evidence from South Africa. South African Medical Journal (in press)
  • Jina R, Jewkes R, Mjunjanja S, Ortiz Mariscal JD,  Dartnall E. Guidelines for the management of sexual violence. International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2010, 109, 85-92.
  • Sigsworth R, Vetten L, Jewkes R, Christofides N. Policing rape in South Africa. Agenda  (in press)
  • Christofides N, Jewkes R Acceptability of universal screening for intimate partner violence in voluntary HIV testing and counseling services in South Africa and service implications. AIDS Care.  (in press)
  • Shai  N, Jewkes R, Nduna M, Levin J, Dunkle K. Factors associated with consistent and inconsistent condom use among rural young women in South Africa. AIDS Care. (in press)
  • Astbury J. Jewkes R. (in press) Sexual violence: a priority research area for women's mental health. In: Parker R, Sommer M (eds) Handbook of Global Public Health. Routledge International: New York.
  • Jewkes R. HIV and violence against women. In: Hall J, Hall B, C Cockerell. The AIDS Epidemic: Treatment and Epidemiology in the 21st Century. 
  • Jewkes R  Evaluation interventions to prevent intimate partner violence In: Thorogood M & Coombes Y (eds) (third edition) Evaluating health promotion: practice & methods. Oxford University Press. (in press)
  • Barker G, Greene M, Goldstein-Siegel E, Nascimento M, Segundo M, Ricardo C, Figueroa JG, Redpath J, Morrell R, Jewkes R, Peacock D, Aguayo F, Sadler M, Das A, Singh S, Pawar A, Pawlak P. What men have to do with it. Policy policies to promote gender equality. International Center for Research on Women. Washington. 2010
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Project publication on GHRU project : Rape Justice In South Africa: A Retrospective Study Of The Investigation, Prosecution And Adjudication Of Reported Rape Cases From 2012. (October 2017)

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Report on the Development of an Information Management System on Violence Against Women and Children in South Africa, 2015.

button Capacity assessment of mental health services for rape victims in acute health-care settings: A rapid appraisal of services in the Western Cape Province, Technical Report, SAMRC, February 2015
button Global and regional estimates of violence against women: Prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence. Report published through a partnership between the South African Medical Research Council, the World Health Organization and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.  
button Strengthening Research and Action on Gender-based Violence in Africa. International Centre for Research on Women,  South African Medical Research Council &Gender-based Violence Prevention Network  
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button Capacity assessment of mental health services for rape victims in acute health-care settings: A rapid appraisal of services in the Western Cape Province, Technical Report, SAMRC, 2014
button Global and regional estimates of violence against women: Prevalence and health effects of intimate partner violence and non-partner sexual violence. Report published through a partnership between the South African Medical Research Council, the World Health Organization and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
button Strengthening Research and Action on Gender-based Violence in Africa. International Centre for Research on Women,  South African Medical Research Council &Gender-based Violence Prevention Network  
button Muthegheki BS, Crispus KS, Abrahams N. An Exploratory Study of Bride Price and Domestic Violence in Bundibugyo District, Uganda. Uganda: Centre for Human Rights Advancement (CEHURA), 2012.  
button Nyiramutangwa S, Katengwa O, Mukiga A, Abrahams N. Exploring Community Perceptions and Women’s Experiences of Violence Against Women and Use of Services in Bugesera District, Eastern Province – Rwanda Kigali, Rwanda: Rwanda Women’s Network, 2011. 
button Service responses to the co-victimisation of mother and child: Missed opportunities in the prevention of domestic violence  
button Understanding Men's Health and Use of Violence: Interface of Rape in HIV in South Africa
button The war @ home, Preliminary findings of the Gauteng Gender Violence Prevalence Study
button K Dunkle, R Jewkes, H Brown, J McIntyre, G Gray, S Harlow. Gender-Based Violence and HIV Infection among Pregnant Women in Soweto. A Technical Report to the Australian Agency for International Development. Medical Research Council, Pretoria, 2003. Gender-Based Violence and HIV Infection among Pregnant Women in Soweto
button Christofides N, Webster N, Jewkes R, Penn-kekana L, Martin L, Abrahams N, Kim J. The state of sexual assault services: findings from a situation analysis of services in South Africa. Technical report published by the South African Gender-based Violence & Health Initiative. Medical Research Council, Pretoria.2004 The state of sexual assault services: Findings from a situation analysis of services in South Africa
button Jewkes R, Penn-Kekana L, Rose-Junius H, Malala J (2004) Child sexual abuse and HIV:Study of links in South Africa & Namibia. Medical Research Council, Pretoria. 
button Mathews S, Abrahams N. Combining Stories and Numbers: An Analysis of the Impact of the Domestic Violence Act (No.116 of 1998) on Women 2001. Gender Advocacy Programme & Medical Research Council. 
button Abrahams A, Wood K, Jewkes R. Cervical screening in Montagu District: organisation, compliance and women's views. (pdf format 136 kb) MRC Technical report, Medical Research Council, Cape Town, 1996.
button Wood K, Maforah F, Jewkes R. Sex, violence and constructions of love among Xhosa adolescents: putting violence on the sexuality education agenda. (pdf format 140 kb) MRC Technical report, Medical Research Council, Cape Town, 1996.
button Wood K, Jewkes R. Cervical screening in Hlabisa District: Women's experinecs and barriers to uptake. MRC Technical report, Medical Research Council, Cape Town, 1996.
button Wood K, Maepa J, Jewkes R. Adolescent sex and contraceptive experiences: perspectives of teenagers and clinic nurses in the Northern Province. MRC Technical Report, Pretoria, 1997.
button Abrahams N, Jewkes R (1998) Study of health care seeking practices of pregnant women in Cape Town. Report three: women's use and perceptions of Retreat midwife obstetric unit and T.C.Newman Hospital, Paarl. MRC Technical Report: Cape Town.
button Wood K, Jewkes R (1998) 'Love is a dangerous thing': micro-dynamics of violence in sexual relationships of young people in Umtata. (pdf format 282 kb) Medical Research Council Technical Report: Pretoria.
button Jewkes R, Abrahams N, Mvo Z (1998) Study of health care seeking practices of pregnant women in Cape Town. Report four: summary of findings, conclusions and policy action. MRC Technical Report: Cape Town.
button Abrahams N, Jewkes R, Laubscher R (1999) "I don't believe in democracy in the home". Men's relationships with and abuse of women. MRC Technical Report: Cape Town.
button Jewkes R, Penn-Kekana L, Levin J, Ratsaka M, Schrieber M (1999). "He must give me money, he mustn't beat me" Violence against women in three South African Provinces. Medical Research Council Technical Report, Pretoria.

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