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Climate Change and Health Intervention Working Group

Recent Publications

Huhn S, Matzke I, Koch M, Gunga HC, Maggioni MA, Sié A, Boudo V, Ouedraogo WA, Compaoré G, Bunker A, Sauerborn R, Bärnighausen T, Barteit S (2022). Using wearable devices to generate real-world, individual-level data in rural, low-resource contexts in Burkina Faso, Africa: A case study. Frontiers in Public Health. 1-20.

Huhn S, Axt M, Gunga HC, Maggioni MA, Munga S, Obor D, Sié A, Boudo V, Bunker A, Sauerborn R, Bärnighausen T, Barteit S (2022). The impact of wearable technologies in health research: A scoping review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 10(1), p.e34384.

Jani, A., Exner, A., Braun, R., Braun, B., Torri, L., Verheoven, S., Murante, A.M., van Devijvere, S., Harrington, J. ,… Bunker, A., et al. (2022). Transitions to food democracy through multilevel governance. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 6:1-10.

Koch M, Matzke I, Huhn S, Gunga HC, Maggioni MA, Munga S, Obor D, Sié A, Boudo V, Bunker A, Dambach P, Bärnighausen T, Barteit S (2022). Wearable for Measuring Health Effects of Climate Change-Induced Weather Extremes: Scoping Review. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth, 9(10):e39532.

Geldsetzer, P., Flores, S., Wang, G., Flores, B., Rogers, A. B., Bunker, A., ... & Tisdale, R. (2022). A systematic review of healthcare provider-targeted mobile applications to screen for, diagnose, or monitor non-communicable diseases in low-and middle-income countries. npj Digital Medicine, Accepted.

Barteit, S., Boudo, V., Ouedraogo, A., Zabré, P., Ouremi, L., Sié, A., Munga, S., Obor, D., Kwaro, D., Huhn, S., Bunker, A., et al. (2021). Feasibility, acceptability and validation of wearable devices for climate change and health research in the low-resource contexts of Burkina Faso and Kenya: Study protocol. PloS one, 16(9), p.e0257170.

Gottlieb-Stroh T, Souares A, Bärnighausen T, Sié A, Zabre S, Danquah I. (2021) Seasonal and socio-demographic patterns of self-reporting major disease groups in north-west Burkina Faso: an analysis of the Nouna Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) data. BMC Public Health; 21(1):1101.

Nilsson, M., Sie, A., Muindi, K., Bunker, A., Ingole, V., Ebi, K. (2021). Weather, climate, and climate change research to protect human health in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Global Health Action. Oct 26;14(sup1):1984014.

Schönstein A, Ngo D, Stephan Y, Siè A, Harling G, Bärnighausen T, Wahl H (2021). Feeling younger in rural Burkina Faso: exploring the role of subjective age in the light of previous research from high-income countries. The Journals of Gerontology; 76(10): 2029-2040.

Starck T, Bulstra C, Tinto H, Rouamba T, Sie A, Jaenisch T, Bärnighausen T (2021). The effect of malaria on haemoglobin concentrations: a nationally representative household fixed-effects study of 17,599 children under 5 years of age in Burkina Faso. Malaria Journal; 20(1): 416.

Trautmann S, Xu Y, König-Kersting C, Patenaude B, Harling G, Sié A, Bärnighausen T (2021). Value of statistical life year in extreme poverty: A randomized experiment of measurement methods in rural Burkina Faso. Population Health Metrics; 19(1): 45.

Brinkmann B, Payne C, Kohler I, Harling G, Davies J, Witham M, Siedner M, Sié A, Bountogo M, Ouermi L, Coulibaly B, Bärnighausen T (2020). Depressive symptoms and cardiovascular disease: a population-based study of older adults in rural Burkina Faso. BMJ Open; 10(12): e038199.

Harling G, Bountogo M, Sié A, Bärnighausen T, Lindstrom D (2020). Non-verbal responses reduce socially desirable reporting of violence among adolescents in rural Burkina Faso: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Adolescent Health; 68(5): 914-921.

Odland M, Payne C, Witham M, Siedner M J, Bärnighausen T, Bountogo M, Coulibaly B, Geldsetzer P, Harling G, Manne-Goehler J, Ouermi L, Sié A, Davies J (2020). Epidemiology of multimorbidity in conditions of extreme poverty: a population-based study of older adults in rural Burkina Faso. BMJ Global Health; 5(3): e002096.