Susan V. Roberts

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This prospective non-randomized study of clinic attendees, compares self-reported HIV disclosure patterns in relation to access to antiretroviral access and counselling. It was carried out in public sector hospital HIV clinics in Johannesburg, South Africa, and 144 HIV-positive men and women attending the HIV clinics participated in the study.The results(More)
Male participants viewed a videotape of a female confederate manager in an office setting displaying dominant and submissive behaviors. Participants were pre-tested for levels of Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) and masculinity prior to viewing the videos. Participants in all conditions viewed the dominant and submissive managers differently. Participants(More)
In order to determine the pattern and timing of exhumation and uplift in the Teton Range, fission-track analysis of apatites has been applied to three sections encompassing ~ 2 km of vertical relief along the Teton escarpment. The resulting data provide new insights on the doming of the Precambrian-Cambrian unconformity and on the Teton exhumation/uplift(More)
OBJECTIVE Deriving diagnoses from retrospective case note examination is a common practice in psychiatric research. The Operational Criteria (OPCRIT) diagnostic checklist is essentially a checklist built up of operational criteria defined by a comprehensive glossary and is designed to assign reliable diagnoses from case notes. However, the validity of such(More)
OBJECTIVES Case formulation can impact on therapeutic relationships, staff understanding and outcomes, which might be particularly important when working with complex mental health problems such as psychosis. However, the evidence base is equivocal and there is insufficient understanding around the staff-related factors that influence effective(More)
BACKGROUND Evidence indicates that the neuropathology of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) varies according to their phenomenological characteristics. Therefore, AVH should be subgrouped accordingly in hallucinations research. As evaluation of these characteristics depends entirely on the patient report, obtaining measurement of the reliability of these(More)
PURPOSE Consumer workshops in rural and remote locations were evaluated for their efficacy in changing participants' self-perceived attitudes and behaviours related to nutrition labelling. METHODS Project-trained community health educators used pilot-tested workshop resources to facilitate 18 workshops across the country. Participants completed(More)
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