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Publications

2018

  • Mlambo, M., Penn, C., Peltzer, K., & Phaswana-Mafuya, N. (2018). Multiple perspectives on factors affecting early antenatal care attendance in the context of PMTCT in a rural district of South Africa. Gender and Behaviour, 16(1): 10646-67.

  • Etheredge, H., Penn, C., & Watermeyer, J. (2018, now in print). Opt-in or opt-out to increase organ donation in South Africa? Appraising proposed strategies using an empirical ethics analysis. Developing World Bioethics, 18, 119–125.

  • Etheredge, H., Penn, C., & Watermeyer, J. (2018, now in print). A qualitative analysis of South African health professionals' discussion on distrust and unwillingness to refer organ donors. Progress in Transplantation, 28(2), 163-169.

  •  Hume, V. J., Mulemi, B. A., & Sadock, M. (in press). Biomedicine and the humanities: growing pains. BMJ Medical Humanities, Epub ahead of print.

  •  Rafaelly, D., & Whitehead, K. (in press). Extraordinary Emergencies: Reproducing Moral Discourses of the Child in Institutional Interaction. Pragmatics and Society. [paper based on HCRU data]

  •  Watermeyer, J., & Penn, C. (in press). “Walking but really dead”: Community perspectives on tuberculosis care and adherence in a developing context. Health and Social Care in the Community.

2017

  • Penn, C., Koole, T., & Nattrass, R. (2017). When seconds count: a study of communication variables in the opening segment of emergency calls. Journal of Health Psychology22(10), 1256-1264.

  • Penn, C., Barber, N., & Fridjhon, P. (2017). Early recovery profiles of language and executive functions after left hemisphere stroke in bilingualism. Aphasiology31(7), 741-764.

  • Etheredge, H. R., Penn, C., & Watermeyer, J. (2017). Interprofessional communication in organ transplantation in Gauteng Province, South Africa. SAMJ: South African Medical Journal107(7), 615-620.

  • Etheredge, H., Penn, C., & Watermeyer, J. (2017). Opt‐in or opt‐out to increase organ donation in South Africa? Appraising proposed strategies using an empirical ethics analysis. Developing World Bioethics.

  • Penn, C., & Armstrong, E. (2017). Intercultural aphasia: new models of understanding for Indigenous populations. Aphasiology31(5), 563-594.

  • Kobue, B., Moch, S., & Watermeyer, J. (2017). “It’s so hard taking pills when you don’t know what they’re for”: a qualitative study of patients’ medicine taking behaviours and conceptualisation of medicines in the context of rheumatoid arthritis. BMC Health Services Research17(1), 303.

2016

  • Archer, B. E., Müller, N., & Penn, C. (2016). Facilitation effects of cueing techniques in two Sesotho speakers with anomia. Speech, Language and Hearing19(3), 140-152.

  • Seedat, J., & Penn, C. (2016). Implementing oral care to reduce aspiration pneumonia amongst patients with dysphagia in a South African setting. South African Journal of Communication Disorders63(1), 1-11.

  • Penn, C., & Jordaan, H.  (2016). Afrikaans LARSP: Past and Future perspectives. In: M. Ball, D. Crystal & P. Fletcher (Eds.), Profiling Grammar:  More languages of LARSP. United Kingdom: Multilingual Matters

  • Penn, C., Watermeyer, J., & Nattrass, R. (2016). Managing language mismatches in emergency calls. Journal of Health Psychology, 1359105316636497.

  • Archer, B. E., Müller, N., & Penn, C. (2016). Facilitation effects of cueing techniques in two Sesotho speakers with anomia. Speech, Language and Hearing19(3), 140-152.

  • Drew, P. & Penn, C. (2016). On failure to understand what the other is saying: accountability, incongruity, and miscommunication. In: J. D. Robinson (Ed.), Accountability in Social Interaction(pp. 47-72). Oxford University Press.

  • Penn, C., & Jordaan, H. (2016). Afrikaans LARSP: Past and Future? Profiling Grammar: More Languages of LARSP15, 1.
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