Research




Peer-Reviewed Research Publications

  1. Wilson, M. L., Celedonia, K. L., Kamala, B. A. (2013) Patterns, characteristics, and correlates of adolescent bully-victims in Tanzania. Social Sciences 2(4), 234-246; doi:10.3390/socsci2040234 (OPEN ACCESS)

  2. Wilson, M. L., Dunlavy A. C., Berchtold, A. (2013) Social inequalities and bullying: a cross-national multilevel analysis of bullying among 15 low- and middle-income countries. Social Sciences. 2(4), 208-220; doi:10.3390/socsci2040208 (OPEN ACCESS)

  3. Celedonia, K. L., Wilson, M. L., El Gammal, H., Hagras, A. (2013) Physical fighting among Egyptian adolescents: social and demographic correlates among a nationally representative sample. PeerJ, 1:e125 http:// dx.doi.org/ 10.7717/ peerj.125 (OPEN ACCESS)

  4. Wilson, M. L., Viswanathan, B., Rousson, V., Bovet, P. (2013) Weight Status, Body Image and Bullying among Adolescents in the Seychelles. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10(5), 1763-1774 doi: 10.3390/ ijerph10051763 (OPEN ACCESS)

  5. Wilson, M. L., Tchantchaleishvili, V. (2013) The importance of open source software and open standards in modern scientific publishing. Publications 1, 49-55 doi: 10.3390 /publications1020049 (OPEN ACCESS)

  6. Wilson, M. L. and Lewis E. R. (2013) Non-fatal gunshot trauma among a sample of adolescents in Djibouti: Prevalence and correlates. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (Online first) doi: 10.1177 / 0886260513505142

  7. Wilson, M. L. (2012) Child and adolescent injury in Africa - still underappreciated and understudied. Tanzania Journal of Health Research, 14(3). doi: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.4314/thrb.v14i3.1 (OPEN ACCESS)

  8. Wilson, M. L., Kamala, B. A., Dunlavy, A. C., Kigwangalla, H. A. (2012) Demographic and contextual influences in injury risk among adolescents in a low-income country setting: Results from a school-based survey in Tanzania. African Safety Promotion Journal. Vol.10 No. 2 (OPEN ACCESS)

  9. Wilson, M. L., Dunlavy, A. C., Bharathi, V., & Bovet, P. (2012) Suicidal Expression among School-Attending Adolescents in a Middle-Income Sub-Saharan Country. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 9(11), 4122?4134. doi: 10.3390/ ijerph9114122 (OPEN ACCESS)

  10. Wilson, M. L., Hasselberg, M., Kigwangalla, H. A., Boursiquot, B. L., & Laflamme, L. (2012) The association between family health status and child injury in a sample of African children. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion. doi: 10.1080/ 17457300.2011.648674

  11. Johansson, K. A., Miljeteig, I., Kigwangalla, H., Norheim, O. F. (2011) HIV priorities and health distributions in a rural region in Tanzania: a qualitative study. BMJ Journal of Medical Ethics. doi: jme.2010.038570v1

  12. Kamala, B., Wilson, M. L., & Hasselberg, M. (2011) Pattern of childhood falls in a low-income setting: a cross-sectional study in Dar es Salaam. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 18(4), 305-311. doi: 10.1080/ 17457300.2011.581376

  13. Roman, I. M., Lewis, E. R., Kigwangalla, H. A., & Wilson, M. L. (2011) Child burn injury in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Results from a community survey. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion. doi: 10.1080/ 17457300.2011.628753

Pre-prints (not peer reviewed)

  1. Wilson, M. L., Seifert, S. P. (2013) Area-based sampling for an epidemiological study on injury patterns and risk factors in a low-income urban setting in sub-Saharan Africa. PeerJ PrePrints 1:e24v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.7287/ peerj.preprints.24v1 (OPEN ACCESS)

Published Research Abstracts

  1. de Vos, P. (2011). Participatory photographic risk assessment for child injury prevention. BMJ Injury Prevention

  2. Wilson, M. and Dunlavy, A. (2012) Suicidal ideation among adolescents in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: Patterns, planning and significant associations. Safety 2012 World Conference. Wellington, NEW ZEALAND. Published in BMJ Injury Prevention

Intern Theses

  1. Ibragimova, A. (2010). It's in Their Hands: Exploring the causes of Intimate Partner Violence, a Case Study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Thesis for Degree of Master of International Development. Lund University (OPEN ACCESS)

  2. Bekmukhamedov, U. (2010). Influence of gender, age and household well-being on unintentional childhood injuries: a cross-sectional study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania). Thesis for Degree of Master of International Development. Lund University (OPEN ACCESS)

  3. Muiruri, R. (2011). An exploratory study on elder abuse in Tanzania. Thesis for Master of Public Health Degree. University of North Texas (OPEN ACCESS)

  4. Lenz, H. (2011). HIV/AIDS Orphans and their caregivers in Arusha, Tanzania. Thesis for Master of Public Health Degree. University of Pittsburgh (OPEN ACCESS)


Internal Reports

  1. Ibragimova, I., Bekmukhamedov, U. Photovoice Project Evaluation. January 2010 [PDF, 3655k]


Invited Presentations

2013

  1. Wilson, M. L. Injury: A Neglected Health Concern in the Global South. Finnish Red Cross, Southwest District. Turku, FINLAND (November 4, 3013)

  2. Wilson, M. L. Injury Prevention and International Development, Lund University Master in International Development (LUMID), Lund University, SWEDEN (April 4-5, 2013)

  3. Wilson, M. L. Injury Prevention Among Adolescents within the PeerCorps Network: Vision, Challenges and Sustainability. Seattle Children's Hospital, Department of Adolescent Medicine, Seattle, WA, USA (March 20, 2013)

2012

2011

  1. Muiruri. R., Wilson M. L. Elder abuse, maltreatment and neglect in Tanzania: Initial findings and potential countermeasures. 20th International Safe Community Conference. Falun, SWEDEN

  2. Wilson, M. L. The injury narrative: A patient empowerment tool. 20th International Safe Community Conference. Falun, SWEDEN

  3. Wilson, M. L. Adolescent perspectives on injury risk and community reflections on a participatory photo-based risk assessment in Dar es Salaam. 20th International Safe Community Conference. Falun, SWEDEN

2010

  1. de Vos, P. Photo-based risk assessment. Karolinska Institute, Division of Global Health. (Stockhom, Sweden). March 2010.

  2. de Vos, P. Photovoice. PANOS Meeting. (Nairobi, Kenya). March 2010

  3. Wilson, M. L. Patterns and risk factors for child injury in a low-income urban
    setting (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania). 19th International Conference on Safe Communities (Suwon, South Korea). March 2010. 

2009

  1. de Vos, P. Photovoice. Meeting of Stakeholders, Muhimbili University of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania) August 2009
     
  2. Dunlavy, A., Roman, I., Bekmukhamedov, U., Bauer, F. Ibragimova, A., Chen, C., Boursiquot, B, DeYulius, V. Injuries among children in Dar es Salaam: Initial findings and future directions (Dar es Salaam) August 2009  [PDF, 2297k]
     
  3. Wilson, M. L. Engaging youth in injury prevention: experiences with participatory research in a low income urban setting. Barcelona Public Health Agency, Section for Traffic Injury. (Barcelona, Spain). November 2009

  4. Wilson, M. L., Seifert S. Area Based Sampling: Dar es Salaam Child Injury Study. [PDF, 4572k]

  5. Wilson, M. L.; Dunlavy, A; Roman, I. Field Risk Assessment: Dar es Salaam Child Injury Study.  [PDF, 8318k]


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