Lillian Artz

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OBJECTIVES A randomized trial (the Birmingham Trial II) was conducted to evaluate the behavioral impact of health education methods among 814 female smokers at four public health maternity clinics. METHODS Four hundred patients were randomly assigned to an Experimental (E) Group, and 414 were assigned to a Control (C) Group. Self-reports and saliva(More)
Violence is a serious problem in South Africa with many effects on health services; it presents complex research problems and requires interdisciplinary collaboration. Two key meta-questions emerge: (i) violence must be understood better to develop effective interventions; and (ii) intervention research (evaluating interventions, assessing efficacy and(More)
INTRODUCTION Sex workers, people who use drugs, men who have sex with men, women who have sex with women and transgender people in South Africa frequently experience high levels of stigma, abuse and discrimination. Evidence suggests that such abuse is sometimes committed by police officers, meaning that those charged with protection are perpetrators. This(More)
The aim of this policy brief is to provide an evidence-informed answer to the question: ‘What is the role and scope of pre-hospital emergency care providers to domestic violence (DV) intervention as a form of gender-based violence prevention?’ The answer is intended to determine the theoretical and clinical best practice to inform the emergency care(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW The nature and classification of sexual disorders has been a focus during work on the development of DSM-5 and ICD-11. This article proposes different conceptual approaches to the sexual disorders, including classical, critical and integrative positions. Disorders associated with sexual orientation, gender dysphoria/incongruence and(More)
S OF PRESENTATIONS MENTAL HEALTH IN OUR PRISONS: Judge D van Zyl Inspector General of Prisons It is well known that our prisons are overcrowded and under-resourced. This talk will outline the general conditions and demands on our prisons, and then attempt to describe the needs of prisoners, especially those with mental illness, and then recommend possible(More)
In a social and political context characterised by high rates of sexual violence and interest in the responsibilities of the state towards rape survivors, a specialist enclave of research is developing and re-defining sexual violence research in South Africa. Pressures to understand the extent, frequency and nature of sexual offences in light of current(More)
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