Philip Anglewicz
Philip Anglewicz
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Malaria prevention in pregnancy, birthweight, and neonatal mortality: a meta-analysis of 32 national cross-sectional datasets in Africa
TP Eisele, DA Larsen, PA Anglewicz, J Keating, J Yukich, A Bennett, ...
The Lancet- Infectious Diseases 12 (12), 942-949, 2012
2462012
The factors influencing transactional sex among young men and women in 12 sub‐Saharan African countries
M Chatterji, N Murray, D London, P Anglewicz
Social biology 52 (1-2), 56-72, 2005
2132005
Overestimating HIV infection: The construction and accuracy of subjective probabilities of HIV infection in rural Malawi
P Anglewicz, HP Kohler
Demographic Research 20 (6), 65-96, 2009
1242009
The Malawi Diffusion and Ideational Change Project 2004–06: Data collection, data quality, and analysis of attrition
P Anglewicz, J Adams, F Onyango, S Watkins, HP Kohler
Demographic Research 20 (21), 503-540, 2009
1142009
Disclosure of HIV status between spouses in rural Malawi
P Anglewicz, J Chintsanya
AIDS Care 23 (8), 998-1005, 2011
1102011
Migration, marital change, and HIV infection in Malawi
P Anglewicz
Demography 49 (1), 239-265, 2012
952012
Acceptance of repeat population-based voluntary counselling and testing for HIV in rural Malawi
F Obare, P Fleming, P Anglewicz, R Thornton, F Martinson, A Kapatuka, ...
Sexually Transmitted Infections 85 (2), 139-144, 2009
922009
Cohort Profile: The Malawi Longitudinal Study of Families and Health (MLSFH)
HPK Susan C Watkins, Jere R Behrman, Philip Anglewicz
International Journal of Epidemiology 44 (2), 394-404, 2014
89*2014
HIV prevalence and sexual behaviour at older ages in rural Malawi
E Freeman, P Anglewicz
International Journal of STD & AIDS 23 (7), 490-496, 2012
742012
PMA2020: Rapid Turn‐Around Survey Data to Monitor Family Planning Service and Practice in Ten Countries
L Zimmerman, H Olsen, PMAPI Group, A Tsui, S Radloff
Studies in Family Planning 48 (3), 293-303, 2017
692017
Rural-to-Urban Migration and Changes in Health Among Young Adults in Thailand
E Nauman, M VanLandingham, P Anglewicz, U Patthavanit, S Punpuing
Demography 52 (1), 233-257, 2015
652015
The validity of self-reported likelihood of HIV infection among the general population in rural Malawi
S Bignami-Van Assche, LW Chao, P Anglewicz, D Chilongozi, A Bula
Sexually Transmitted Infections 83 (1), 35-40, 2007
50*2007
Trends in contraceptive prevalence rates in sub-Saharan Africa since the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning: results from repeated cross-sectional surveys
S Ahmed, Y Choi, JG Rimon, S Alzouma, P Gichangi, G Guiella, ...
The Lancet Global Health 7 (7), e904-e911, 2019
492019
The effect of marriage and HIV risks on condom use acceptability in rural Malawi
P Anglewicz, S Clark
Social Science & Medicine 97, 29-40, 2013
442013
HIV risk among currently married couples in rural Malawi: what do spouses know about each other?
PA Anglewicz, S Bignami-Van Assche, S Clark, J Mkandawire
AIDS and Behavior 14 (1), 103-112, 2010
412010
Migration and HIV Infection in Malawi: A Population-Based Longitudinal Study
P Anglewicz, M VanLandingham, L Manda-Taylor, HP Kohler
AIDS 30 (13), 2099-2105, 2016
402016
Intergenerational transfers in the era of HIV/AIDS: evidence from rural Malawi
IV Kohler, HP Kohler, P Anglewicz, J Behrman
Demographic Research 27 (27), 775-834, 2012
392012
HIV status, gender, and marriage dynamics among adults in rural Malawi
P Anglewicz, G Reniers
Studies in family planning 45 (4), 415-428, 2014
38*2014
Protocol for biomarker testing in the 2004 Malawi Diffusion and Ideational Change Project
S Bignami-Van Assche, K Smith, G Reniers, P Anglewicz, R Thornton, ...
Social Networks Project Working Papers, 2004
34*2004
Community coverage with insecticide-treated mosquito nets and observed associations with all-cause child mortality and malaria parasite infections
DA Larsen, P Hutchinson, A Bennett, J Yukich, P Anglewicz, J Keating, ...
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 91 (5), 950, 2014
322014
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