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2010"I feel like half my body is clogged up": Lay models of stroke in Central Aceh, IndonesiaNorris, M; Allotey, P; Barrett, G
2012'It burdens me': The impact of stroke in central Aceh, IndonesiaNorris, M; Allotey, P; Barrett, G
2007Measuring global health inequityReidpath, DD; Allotey, P
2009Measuring the health impact of human rights violations related to Australian asylum policies and practices: A mixed methods studyJohnston, V; Allotey, P; Mulholland, K; Markovic, M
2009The Millennium Development goals fail poor children: The case for equity-adjusted measuresReidpath, DD; Morel, CM; Mecaskey, JW; Allotey, P
2011Nonbiomedical stroke practitioners in AcehAllotey, P; Barrett, G
2004"Social Medication" and the control of children: A qualitative study of over-the-counter medication among Australian childrenAllotey, P; Reidpath, DD; Elisha, D
2009Social research on neglected diseases of poverty: Continuing and emerging themesManderson, L; Aagaard-Hansen, J; Allotey, P; Gyapong, M; Sommerfeld, J
2010Social sciences research in neglected tropical diseases 1: The ongoing neglect in the neglected tropical diseasesAllotey, P; Reidpath, DD; Pokhrel, S
2011Social sciences research in neglected tropical diseases 2: A bibliographic analysisReidpath, DD; Allotey, P; Pokhrel, S
2011Social sciences research in neglected tropical diseases 3: Investment in social science research in neglected diseases of poverty: a case study of Bill and Melinda Gates FoundationPokhrel, S; Reidpath, DD; Allotey, P
2011Socioeconomic inequalities in access to health care: Examining the case of Burkina FasoOkolo, CO; Reidpath, DD; Allotey, P
2006Structure, (governance) and health: An unsolicited responseReidpath, DD; Allotey, P
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