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1 Andrew Tomita, Diego F. Cuadros , Tafadzwanashe Mabhaudhi , Benn Sartorius , Busisiwe P. Ncama , Alan D. Dangour , Frank Tanser , Albert T. Modi , Rob Slotow , and Jonathan K. Burns. "Spatial clustering of food insecurity and its association with depression: A geospatial analysis of nationally representative South African data, 2008–2015." Scientific Reports 10, no. 13771 (2020).
2 Cuadros, Diego F, Andrew Tomita, Alain Vandormael, Rob Slotow, Jonathan K Burns, and Frank Tanser. "Spatial structure of depression in South Africa: A longitudinal panel survey of a nationally representative sample of households." Scientific Reports 9, no. 979 (2019): 1-10.
3 Mabhaudhi, Tafadzwanashe, Tendai P Chibarabada, Vimbayi G Chimonyo, Vongai G Murugani, Laura M Pereira, Nafiisa Sobratee, Laurencia Govender, Rob Slotow, and Albert T Modi. "Mainstreaming Underutilized Indigenous and Traditional Crops into Food Systems: A South African Perspective." (2018).
4 Sartorius, Benn, Kurt Sartorius, Rosemary Green, Elizabeth Lutge, Pauline Scheelbeek, Frank Tanser, Alan D Dangour, and Rob Slotow. "Spatial-temporal trends and risk factors for undernutrition and obesity among children (<5 years) in South Africa, 2008–2017: findings from a nationally representative longitudinal panel survey." BMJ Open 10, no. 4 (2020).
5 Tomita, Andrew, Alain M Vandormael, Diego Cuadros, Rob Slotow, Frank Tanser, and Jonathan K Burns. "Proximity to healthcare clinic and depression risk in South Africa: Geospatial evidence from a nationally representative longitudinal study." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (2017).
6 Tomita, Andrew, Diego F Cuadros, Jonathan K Burns, Frank Tanser, and Rob Slotow. "Exposure to waste sites and their impact on health: A panel and geospatial analysis of nationally representative data from South Africa, 2008–2015." Lancet Planet Health (2020).
7 Tomita, Andrew, Alain M Vandormael, Diego Cuadros, Enrico Di Minin, Vuokko Heikinheimo, Frank Tanser, Rob Slotow, and Jonathan K Burns. "Green environment and incident depression in South Africa: A geospatial analysis and mental health implications in a resource-limited setting." The Lancet Planetary Health 1, no. 4 (2017): 152-162.
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