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Dr Andrew Gibbs

Dr Andrew Gibbs

Senior Lecturer

 Washington Singer 116

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2812-5377

ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andy-Gibbs

I am a social psychologist applying these theories and approaches to understanding and addressing a range of global health challenges, particularly behavioural and structural interventions focused on violence against women and girls, and HIV-prevention/treatment.

As well as my appointment at Exeter, I am an Honorary Associate Professor at the Institute for Global Health at University College London, and Honorary Associate at the Gender and Health Research Unit of the South African Medical Research Council and an Honorary Research Associate at the Centre for Rural Health, University of KwaZulu-Natal. I received my PhD in Psychology from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in 2015.

Qualifications

I received my PhD in Psychology from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) in 2015 and my thesis was titled: Reconstructing Masculinities: A social-psychological approach to participation and masculinities in the context of HIV. Prior to that I received my MSc in Health, Community and Development, from the Institute of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics in 2006, and a BSc(Hons) in Economics and International Development in 2004 from the University of Bath. 

Research

Research interests

I am broadly interested in understanding how structural and social factors become embedded and internalized in individuals’ identities and practices and the impacts of this on their health, and how people individually or through structured interventions, can work to resist and transform their situations. My early work has focused substantially on men and masculinities, as well as economic interventions, and the processes of change in interventions. Increasingly my work is exploring the benefits and challenges of the co-production of knowledge and interventions, and the centrality of emotions in understanding identities and health practices.

The majority of my research is focused on South Africa, particularly young people living in marginalised settings (primarily urban informal settlements), though I have worked on projects in Afghanistan and Bangladesh. My work specifically focuses on those who experience social, economic and/or political marginalisation.

Research projects

Current Projects

2020-2023 Global Challenges Research Fund/UKRI: An inter-disciplinary approach to understanding and intervening on contextual factors that shape HIV-risk for young women and men in South Africa. £1,737,113 Role: PI with Jenevieve Mannell

Previous Projects

2020-2022  Women’s Refugee Commission, Inc. Expanding Learning on the Effectiveness of Integrating Gender-based Violence Response and Cash and Voucher Assistance in Humanitarian Settings: US$35,600 (£28,416) Role: Consultant

2020-2021 Sexual Violence Research Initiative, Zethembe: US$149,000 (£118,934) (Role: Co-investigator)

2020-2021 UK MRC/UKRI, Adapting the Stepping Stones intervention to strengthen HIV-related outcomes, and enable scale- up, for young men in South Africa: £149,000 (Role: Co-investigator)

2015-2019 What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women? Global Programme (DfID), Stepping Stones and Creating Futures Intervention Trial. £800,000 (£400,000 research) (Role: PI)

2015-2019 What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women? Global Programme (DfID), Women for Women International Evaluation. £300,000 (Role: Co-investigator)

 

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Gibbs A, Chirwa E, Dunkle K (2023). A Prospective Analysis of the Interrelationship between Physical Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol Use: a Post-Hoc Analysis of Young Women Involved in the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures Trial in South Africa. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 38(1-2), NP750-NP771. Abstract.
Stoebenau K, Dunkle K, Willan S, Shai N, Gibbs A (2023). Assessing risk factors and health impacts across different forms of exchange sex among young women in informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study. Social Science & Medicine, 318, 115637-115637.
Brown LJ, Lowe H, Gibbs A, Smith C, Mannell J (2023). High-Risk Contexts for Violence Against Women: Using Latent Class Analysis to Understand Structural and Contextual Drivers of Intimate Partner Violence at the National Level. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 38(1-2), NP1007-NP1039. Abstract.
Closson K, Nicholson V, Lee M, McLinden T, Cassidy-Matthews C, G Card K, E Marziali M, Trigg J, Wang L, Parashar S, et al (2022). Associations between psychosocial factors and antiretroviral therapy outcomes differ by gender and sexual orientation among people living with HIV in British Columbia, Canada. AIDS Care, 1-10. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A, Willan S, Jewkes R (2022). Cellphones and romantic relationships of young women in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 24(10), 1380-1394. Abstract.
Mannell J, Minckas N, Burgess R, Chirwa ED, Jewkes R, Gibbs A (2022). Does experiencing a traumatic life event increase the risk of intimate partner violence for young women? a cross-sectional analysis and structural equation model of data from the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention in South Africa. BMJ Open, 12(4). Abstract.
Hatcher AM, Gibbs A, McBride RS, Rebombo D, Khumalo M, Christofides NJ (2022). Gendered syndemic of intimate partner violence, alcohol misuse, and HIV risk among peri-urban, heterosexual men in South Africa. Social Science and Medicine, 295 Abstract.
Oyekunle V, Tomita A, Gibbs A (2022). High levels of poor mental health among young men in urban informal settlements in South Africa: a community-based study of social determinants. Psychology, Health and Medicine Abstract.
Gibbs A, Desmond C, Barnett T, Shahmanesh M, Seeley J (2022). Is hope associated with HIV-acquisition risk and intimate partner violence amongst young women and men? a cross-sectional study in urban informal settlements in South Africa. AIDS Care, 1-8.
Ndungu J, Ngcobo-Sithole M, Gibbs A (2022). Learners’ viewpoints on the possibilities and limitations imposed by social contexts on online group-based participatory interventions to address violence. Global Public Health Abstract.
Gibbs A, Gumede D, Luthuli M, Xulu Z, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Adeagbo O, Shahmanesh M (2022). Opportunities for technologically driven dialogical health communication for participatory interventions: Perspectives from male peer navigators in rural South Africa. Social Science and Medicine, 292 Abstract.
Ferrari G, Torres-Rueda S, Chirwa E, Gibbs A, Orangi S, Barasa E, Tawiah T, Prah RKD, Hitimana R, Daviaud E, et al (2022). Prevention of violence against women and girls: a cost-effectiveness study across 6 low- and middle-income countries. PLoS Medicine, 19(3). Abstract.
Nyoni P, Cuadros DF, Gibbs A, Tanser F, Slotow R, Burns JK, Tomita A (2022). Spatial clustering of codeine use and its association with depression: a geospatial analysis of nationally representative South African data. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 10, 100434-100434.
Gibbs A, Mkhwanazi S, Sikweyiya Y (2022). Stepping Stones and Creating Futures: a group-based approach to addressing violence against women through working with men. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 78(1), 26-37. Abstract.
Tomita A, Cuadros DF, Gibbs A (2022). Syndemics of intimate partner violence among women in HIV endemic South Africa: geospatial analysis of nationally representative data. Scientific Reports, 12(1). Abstract.
Chimbindi N, Ngema U, Ngwenya N, Gibbs A, Groenewald C, Harling G, Mthiyane N, Nkosi B, Seeley J, Shahmanesh M, et al (2022). The sexual and reproductive health needs of school-going young people in the context of COVID-19 in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, 21(2), 162-170. Abstract.
Ndungu J, Jewkes R, Ngcobo-Sithole M, Chirwa E, Gibbs A (2021). Afghan women’s use of violence against their children and associations with ipv, adverse childhood experiences and poverty: a cross-sectional and structural equation modelling analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(15). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Abdelatif N, Said N, Jewkes R (2021). Associations between exposures to occupation-related events, depression and intimate partner violence among women in the occupied Palestinian Territories. Global Public Health, 16(12), 1834-1847. Abstract.
Jewkes R, Willan S, Heise L, Washington L, Shai N, Kerr-Wilson A, Gibbs A, Stern E, Christofides N (2021). Elements of the design and implementation of interventions to prevent violence against women and girls associated with success: Reflections from the what works to prevent violence against women and girls? Global programme. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(22). Abstract.
Naved RT, Mamun MA, Parvin K, Willan S, Gibbs A, Jewkes R (2021). Learnings from the evaluation of HERrespect: a factory-based intervention to prevent intimate partner and workplace violence against female garment workers in Bangladesh. Global Health Action, 14(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Reddy T, Khanyile D, Cawood C (2021). Non-partner sexual violence experience and toilet type amongst young (18–24) women in South Africa: a population-based cross-sectional analysis. Global Public Health, 16(4), 590-596. Abstract.
Stern E, Willan S, Gibbs A, Myrttinen H, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Addo-Lartey A, Mastonshoeva S, Jewkes R (2021). Pathways of change: qualitative evaluations of intimate partner violence prevention programmes in Ghana, Rwanda, South Africa and Tajikistan. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 23(12), 1700-1716. Abstract.
Ramsoomar L, Gibbs A, Chirwa ED, Dunkle K, Jewkes R (2021). Pooled analysis of the association between alcohol use and violence against women: Evidence from four violence prevention studies in Africa. BMJ Open, 11(7). Abstract.
Mkhwanazi S, Gibbs A (2021). Risk factors for generalized anxiety disorder among young women and men in informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study. SSM - Mental Health, 1, 100010-100010.
Corboz J, Gibbs A, Jewkes R (2020). Bacha posh in Afghanistan: factors associated with raising a girl as a boy. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 22(5), 585-598. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Myrttinen H, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Jewkes R (2020). Constructing, reproducing and challenging masculinities in a participatory intervention in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 22(5), 535-550. Abstract.
Willan S, Gibbs A, Shai N, Ntini N, Petersen I, Jewkes R (2020). Did young women in South African informal settlements display increased agency after participating in the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention? a qualitative evaluation. Social Science and Medicine, 265 Abstract.
Chatterji S, Heise L, Gibbs A, Dunkle K (2020). Exploring differential impacts of interventions to reduce and prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) on sub-groups of women and men: a case study using impact evaluations from Rwanda and South Africa. SSM - Population Health, 11 Abstract.
Willan S, Gibbs A, Petersen I, Jewkes R (2020). Exploring young women’s reproductive decision-making, agency and social norms in South African informal settlements. PLoS ONE, 15(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Willan S, Shai N, Jewkes R (2020). Factors associated with young people's attendance at an IPV prevention intervention in informal settlements in South Africa: a prospective analysis. Global Public Health, 15(2), 161-172. Abstract.
Closson K, Hatcher A, Sikweyiya Y, Washington L, Mkhwanazi S, Jewkes R, Dunkle K, Gibbs A (2020). Gender role conflict and sexual health and relationship practices amongst young men living in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 22(1), 31-47. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Reddy T, Dunkle K, Jewkes R (2020). HIV-Prevalence in South Africa by settlement type: a repeat population-based cross-sectional analysis of men and women. PLoS ONE, 15(3). Abstract.
Dunkle K, Gibbs A, Chirwa E, Stern E, Van Der Heijden I, Washington L (2020). How do programmes to prevent intimate partner violence among the general population impact women with disabilities? Post-hoc analysis of three randomised controlled trials. BMJ Global Health, 5(12). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Ramsoomar L, Willan S, Jama Shai N, Chatterji S, Naved R, Jewkes R (2020). New learnings on drivers of men’s physical and/or sexual violence against their female partners, and women’s experiences of this, and the implications for prevention interventions. Global Health Action, 13(1). Abstract.
Ndungu J, Washington L, Willan S, Ramsoomar L, Ngcobo-Sithole M, Gibbs A (2020). Risk factors for alcohol and drug misuse amongst young women in informal settlements in Durban, South Africa. Global Public Health, 15(9), 1322-1336. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Corboz J, Chirwa E, Mann C, Karim F, Shafiq M, Mecagni A, Maxwell-Jones C, Noble E, Jewkes R, et al (2020). The impacts of combined social and economic empowerment training on intimate partner violence, depression, gender norms and livelihoods among women: an individually randomised controlled trial and qualitative study in Afghanistan. BMJ Global Health, 5(3). Abstract.
Dorward J, Msimango L, Gibbs A, Shozi H, Tonkin-Crine S, Hayward G, Butler CC, Ngobese H, Drain PK, Garrett N, et al (2020). Understanding how community antiretroviral delivery influences engagement in HIV care: a qualitative assessment of the Centralised Chronic Medication Dispensing and Distribution programme in South Africa. BMJ Open, 10(5). Abstract.
Jewkes R, Gibbs A, Chirwa E, Dunkle K (2020). What can we learn from studying control arms of randomised VAW prevention intervention evaluations: reflections on expected measurement error, meaningful change and the utility of RCTs. Global Health Action, 13(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Mhlongo S, Chirwa E, Hatcher A, Christofides NJ, Jewkes R (2020). Which men change in intimate partner violence prevention interventions? a trajectory analysis in Rwanda and South Africa. BMJ Global Health, 5(5). Abstract.
Willan S, Kerr-Wilson A, Parke A, Gibbs A (2019). A study on capacity development in the “What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women” programme. Development in Practice, 29(6), 786-797. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Willan S, Jama-Shai N, Washington L, Jewkes R (2019). Are women’s experiences of emotional and economic intimate partner violence associated with HIV-risk behaviour? a cross-sectional analysis of young women in informal settlements in South Africa. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 31(6), 667-674. Abstract.
Hatcher AM, Gibbs A, Jewkes R, McBride RS, Peacock D, Christofides N (2019). Effect of Childhood Poverty and Trauma on Adult Depressive Symptoms Among Young Men in Peri-Urban South African Settlements. Journal of Adolescent Health, 64(1), 79-85. Abstract.
Willan S, Ntini N, Gibbs A, Jewkes R (2019). Exploring young women’s constructions of love and strategies to navigate violent relationships in South African informal settlements. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 21(11), 1225-1239. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Said N, Corboz J, Jewkes R (2019). Factors associated with ‘honour killing’ in Afghanistan and the occupied Palestinian Territories: Two cross-sectional studies. PLoS ONE, 14(8). Abstract.
Closson K, Dietrich JJ, Beksinska M, Gibbs A, Hornschuh S, Smith T, Smit J, Gray G, Ndung’u T, Brockman M, et al (2019). Measuring sexual relationship power equity among young women and young men South Africa: Implications for gender-transformative programming. PLoS ONE, 14(9). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Pretorius L, Jewkes R (2019). Test-retest stability of self-reported violence against women measures: results from the stepping stones and creating futures pilot. Global Health Action, 12(1). Abstract.
Jewkes R, Corboz J, Gibbs A (2019). Violence against Afghan women by husbands, mothers-in-law and siblings-in-law/siblings: Risk markers and health consequences in an analysis of the baseline of a randomised controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 14(2). Abstract.
Mannell J, Willan S, Shahmanesh M, Seeley J, Sherr L, Gibbs A (2019). Why interventions to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV have failed young women in southern Africa. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 22(8). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Willan S, Al Mamun M, Parvin K, Yu M, Naved R (2019). Workplace violence in Bangladesh's garment industry. Social Science and Medicine, 235 Abstract.
Gibbs A, Govender K, Jewkes R (2018). An exploratory analysis of factors associated with depression in a vulnerable group of young people living in informal settlements in South Africa. Global Public Health, 13(7), 788-803. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Corboz J, Shafiq M, Marofi F, Mecagni A, Mann C, Karim F, Chirwa E, Maxwell-Jones C, Jewkes R, et al (2018). An individually randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of the Women for Women International Programme in reducing intimate partner violence and strengthening livelihoods amongst women in Afghanistan: Trial design, methods and baseline findings. BMC Public Health, 18(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Willan S, Washington L (2018). Associations between poverty, mental health and substance use, gender power, and intimate partner violence amongst young (18-30) women and men in urban informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study and structural equation model. PLoS ONE, 13(10). Abstract.
Garrett NJ, Osman F, Maharaj B, Naicker N, Gibbs A, Norman E, Samsunder N, Ngobese H, Mitchev N, Singh R, et al (2018). Beyond syndromic management: Opportunities for diagnosis-based treatment of sexually transmitted infections in low- and middle-income countries. PLoS ONE, 13(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Washington L, Willan S, Shai N, Jewkes R (2018). Childhood traumas as a risk factor for HIV-risk behaviours amongst young women and men living in urban informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study. PLoS ONE, 13(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Jewkes R (2018). Emotional and economic intimate partner violence as key drivers of depression and suicidal ideation: a cross-sectional study among young women in informal settlements in South Africa. PLoS ONE, 13(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Corboz J, Jewkes R (2018). Factors associated with recent intimate partner violence experience amongst currently married women in Afghanistan and health impacts of IPV: a cross sectional study. BMC Public Health, 18(1). Abstract.
Naved R, Rahman T, Willan S, Jewkes R, Gibbs A (2018). Female garment workers’ experiences of violence in their homes and workplaces in Bangladesh: a qualitative study. Social Science and Medicine, 196, 150-157. Abstract.
Naved RT, Al Mamun M, Parvin K, Willan S, Gibbs A, Yu M, Jewkes R (2018). Magnitude and correlates of intimate partner violence against female garment workers from selected factories in Bangladesh. PLoS ONE, 13(11). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Washington L, Jama Shai N, Sikweyiya Y, Willan S (2018). Systematically excluded: Young women’s experiences of accessing child support grants in South Africa. Global Public Health, 13(12), 1820-1830. Abstract.
Parvin K, Mamun MA, Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Naved RT (2018). The pathways between female garment workers’ experience of violence and development of depressive symptoms. PLoS ONE, 13(11). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Karim F, Marofi F, Corboz J (2018). Understanding how Afghan women utilise a gender transformative and economic empowerment intervention: a qualitative study. Global Public Health, 13(11), 1702-1712. Abstract.
Lewinsohn R, Crankshaw T, Tomlinson M, Gibbs A, Butler L, Smit J (2018). “This baby came up and then he said, “I give up!”: the interplay between unintended pregnancy, sexual partnership dynamics and social support and the impact on women's well-being in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Midwifery, 62, 29-35. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jacobson J, Wilson AK (2017). A global comprehensive review of economic interventions to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV risk behaviours. Global Health Action, 10 Abstract.
Gibbs A, Carpenter B, Crankshaw T, Hannass-Hancock J, Smit J, Tomlinson M, Butler L (2017). Prevalence and factors associated with recent intimate partner violence and relationships between disability and depression in postpartum women in one clinic in eThekwini Municipality, South Africa. PLoS ONE, 12(7). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Washington L, Willan S, Ntini N, Khumalo T, Mbatha N, Sikweyiya Y, Shai N, Chirwa E, Strauss M, et al (2017). The Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV-risk behaviours in Durban, South Africa: study protocol for a cluster randomized control trial, and baseline characteristics. BMC Public Health, 17(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A (2016). Tackling gender inequalities and intimate partner violence in the response to HIV: moving towards effective interventions in Southern and Eastern Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, 15(2), 141-148. Abstract.
Hanass-Hancock J, Myezwa H, Nixon SA, Gibbs A (2015). " When i was no longer able to see and walk, that is when i was affected most": Experiences of disability in people living with HIV in South Africa. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(22), 2051-2060. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Willan S, Jama-Shai N, Washington L, Jewkes R (2015). 'Eh! i felt i was sabotaged!': Facilitators' understandings of success in a participatory HIV and IPV prevention intervention in urban South Africa. Health Education Research, 30(6), 985-995. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Vaughan C, Aggleton P (2015). Beyond ‘working with men and boys’: (re)defining, challenging and transforming masculinities in sexuality and health programmes and policy. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 17, 85-95.
Stern E, Cooper D, Gibbs A (2015). Gender differences in South African men and women's access to and evaluation of informal sources of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information. Sex Education, 15(1), 48-63. Abstract.
Casale M, Gibbs A (2015). Gender differences in sources and availability of social support among south african caregivers of children. South African Review of Sociology, 46(4), 100-125. Abstract.
Pretorius L, Gibbs A, Crankshaw T, Willan S (2015). Interventions targeting sexual and reproductive health and rights outcomes of young people living with HIV: a comprehensive review of current interventions from sub-Saharan Africa. Global Health Action, 8(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Sikweyiya Y, Willan S (2015). Reconstructing masculinity? a qualitative evaluation of the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures interventions in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 17(2), 208-222. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Campbell C, Akintola O, Colvin C (2015). Social contexts and building social capital for collective action: Three case studies of volunteers in the context of HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25(2), 110-122. Abstract.
Olinyk S, Gibbs A, Campbell C (2014). Developing and implementing global gender policy to reduce HIV and AIDS in low- and middle-income countries: policy makers' perspectives. Afr J AIDS Res, 13(3), 197-204. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jewkes R, Gibbs A, Jama-Shai N, Willan S, Misselhorn A, Mushinga M, Washington L, Mbatha N, Skiweyiya Y (2014). Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention: Shortened interrupted time series evaluation of a behavioural and structural health promotion and violence prevention intervention for young people in informal settlements in Durban, South Africa. BMC Public Health, 14(1). Abstract.
Zelnick JR, Gibbs A, Loveday M, Padayatchi N, O'Donnell MR (2013). Health-care workers' perspectives on workplace safety, infection control, and drug-resistant tuberculosis in a high-burden HIV setting. Journal of Public Health Policy, 34(3), 388-402. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Willan S, Misselhorn A, Mangoma J (2012). Combined structural interventions for gender equality and livelihood security: a critical review of the evidence from southern and eastern Africa and the implications for young people. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 15 Abstract.
Gibbs A, Mushinga M, Tyler Crone E, Willan S, Mannell J (2012). How do national strategic plans for HIV and AIDS in southern and eastern africa address gender-based violence? a women's rights perspective. Health and Human Rights, 14(2). Abstract.
Daku M, Gibbs A, Heymann J (2012). Representations of MDR and XDR-TB in South African newspapers. Social Science and Medicine, 75(2), 410-418. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Crone ET, Willan S, Mannell J (2012). The inclusion of women, girls and gender equality in National Strategic Plans for HIV and AIDS in southern and eastern Africa. Global Public Health, 7(10), 1120-1144. Abstract.
Campbell C, Skovdal M, Gibbs A (2011). Creating social spaces to tackle AIDS-related stigma: reviewing the role of church groups in Sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS Behav, 15(6), 1204-1219. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A, Jobson G (2011). Narratives of masculinity in the Daily Sun: Implications for HIV risk and prevention. South African Journal of Psychology, 41(2), 173-186. Abstract.
Gerntholtz L, Gibbs A, Willan S (2011). The african women's protocol: Bringing attention to reproductive rights and the MDGs. PLoS Medicine, 8(4).
Campbell C, Cornish F, Gibbs A, Scott K (2010). Heeding the push from below: how do social movements persuade the rich to listen to the poor?. J Health Psychol, 15(7), 962-971. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A, Campbell C, Maimane S, Nair Y (2010). Mismatches between youth aspirations and participatory HIV/AIDSprogrammes in South Africa. Afr J AIDS Res, 9(2), 153-163. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A (2010). Understandings of gender and HIV in the South African media. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 22(SUPPL. 2), 1620-1628. Abstract.
Veenstra N, Whiteside A, Lalloo D, Gibbs A (2010). Unplanned antiretroviral treatment interruptions in southern Africa: How should we be managing these?. Globalization and Health, 6 Abstract.
Mathambo V, Gibbs A (2009). Extended family childcare arrangements in a context of AIDS: Collapse or adaptation?. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 21(SUPPL. 1), 22-27. Abstract.
Gibbs A (2008). Gender, famine and HIV/AIDS: Rethinking new variant famine in Malawi. African Journal of AIDS Research, 7(1), 9-17. Abstract.
Campbell C, Gibbs A, Maimane S, Nair Y (2008). Hearing community voices: grassroots perceptions of an intervention to support health volunteers in South Africa. SAHARA J, 5(4), 162-177. Abstract.  Author URL.
Campbell C, Gibbs A (2008). Representations of HIV/AIDS management in South African newspapers. Afr J AIDS Res, 7(2), 195-208. Abstract.  Author URL.

Chapters

Gibbs A, Campbell C (2012). Strengthening community participation in primary health care: Experiences from South Africa. In  (Ed) The LSE Companion to Health Policy, 20-34.
Campbell C, Gibbs A (2010). Gender, poverty and aids: Perspectives with particular reference to sub- saharan africa. In  (Ed) The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy, 327-332.
Campbell C, Nair Y, Maimane S, Gibbs A (2009). Strengthening community responses to AIDS: Possibilities and challenges. In  (Ed) HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 Years On: Psychosocial Perspectives, 221-235.  Abstract.

Publications by year


2023

Gibbs A, Chirwa E, Dunkle K (2023). A Prospective Analysis of the Interrelationship between Physical Intimate Partner Violence and Alcohol Use: a Post-Hoc Analysis of Young Women Involved in the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures Trial in South Africa. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 38(1-2), NP750-NP771. Abstract.
Stoebenau K, Dunkle K, Willan S, Shai N, Gibbs A (2023). Assessing risk factors and health impacts across different forms of exchange sex among young women in informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study. Social Science & Medicine, 318, 115637-115637.
Brown LJ, Lowe H, Gibbs A, Smith C, Mannell J (2023). High-Risk Contexts for Violence Against Women: Using Latent Class Analysis to Understand Structural and Contextual Drivers of Intimate Partner Violence at the National Level. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 38(1-2), NP1007-NP1039. Abstract.

2022

Closson K, Nicholson V, Lee M, McLinden T, Cassidy-Matthews C, G Card K, E Marziali M, Trigg J, Wang L, Parashar S, et al (2022). Associations between psychosocial factors and antiretroviral therapy outcomes differ by gender and sexual orientation among people living with HIV in British Columbia, Canada. AIDS Care, 1-10. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A, Willan S, Jewkes R (2022). Cellphones and romantic relationships of young women in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 24(10), 1380-1394. Abstract.
Mannell J, Minckas N, Burgess R, Chirwa ED, Jewkes R, Gibbs A (2022). Does experiencing a traumatic life event increase the risk of intimate partner violence for young women? a cross-sectional analysis and structural equation model of data from the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention in South Africa. BMJ Open, 12(4). Abstract.
Hatcher AM, Gibbs A, McBride RS, Rebombo D, Khumalo M, Christofides NJ (2022). Gendered syndemic of intimate partner violence, alcohol misuse, and HIV risk among peri-urban, heterosexual men in South Africa. Social Science and Medicine, 295 Abstract.
Oyekunle V, Tomita A, Gibbs A (2022). High levels of poor mental health among young men in urban informal settlements in South Africa: a community-based study of social determinants. Psychology, Health and Medicine Abstract.
Gibbs A, Desmond C, Barnett T, Shahmanesh M, Seeley J (2022). Is hope associated with HIV-acquisition risk and intimate partner violence amongst young women and men? a cross-sectional study in urban informal settlements in South Africa. AIDS Care, 1-8.
Ndungu J, Ngcobo-Sithole M, Gibbs A (2022). Learners’ viewpoints on the possibilities and limitations imposed by social contexts on online group-based participatory interventions to address violence. Global Public Health Abstract.
Gibbs A, Gumede D, Luthuli M, Xulu Z, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Adeagbo O, Shahmanesh M (2022). Opportunities for technologically driven dialogical health communication for participatory interventions: Perspectives from male peer navigators in rural South Africa. Social Science and Medicine, 292 Abstract.
Ferrari G, Torres-Rueda S, Chirwa E, Gibbs A, Orangi S, Barasa E, Tawiah T, Prah RKD, Hitimana R, Daviaud E, et al (2022). Prevention of violence against women and girls: a cost-effectiveness study across 6 low- and middle-income countries. PLoS Medicine, 19(3). Abstract.
Nyoni P, Cuadros DF, Gibbs A, Tanser F, Slotow R, Burns JK, Tomita A (2022). Spatial clustering of codeine use and its association with depression: a geospatial analysis of nationally representative South African data. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, 10, 100434-100434.
Gibbs A, Mkhwanazi S, Sikweyiya Y (2022). Stepping Stones and Creating Futures: a group-based approach to addressing violence against women through working with men. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 78(1), 26-37. Abstract.
Tomita A, Cuadros DF, Gibbs A (2022). Syndemics of intimate partner violence among women in HIV endemic South Africa: geospatial analysis of nationally representative data. Scientific Reports, 12(1). Abstract.
Chimbindi N, Ngema U, Ngwenya N, Gibbs A, Groenewald C, Harling G, Mthiyane N, Nkosi B, Seeley J, Shahmanesh M, et al (2022). The sexual and reproductive health needs of school-going young people in the context of COVID-19 in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, 21(2), 162-170. Abstract.

2021

Ndungu J, Jewkes R, Ngcobo-Sithole M, Chirwa E, Gibbs A (2021). Afghan women’s use of violence against their children and associations with ipv, adverse childhood experiences and poverty: a cross-sectional and structural equation modelling analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(15). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Abdelatif N, Said N, Jewkes R (2021). Associations between exposures to occupation-related events, depression and intimate partner violence among women in the occupied Palestinian Territories. Global Public Health, 16(12), 1834-1847. Abstract.
Jewkes R, Willan S, Heise L, Washington L, Shai N, Kerr-Wilson A, Gibbs A, Stern E, Christofides N (2021). Elements of the design and implementation of interventions to prevent violence against women and girls associated with success: Reflections from the what works to prevent violence against women and girls? Global programme. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(22). Abstract.
Naved RT, Mamun MA, Parvin K, Willan S, Gibbs A, Jewkes R (2021). Learnings from the evaluation of HERrespect: a factory-based intervention to prevent intimate partner and workplace violence against female garment workers in Bangladesh. Global Health Action, 14(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Reddy T, Khanyile D, Cawood C (2021). Non-partner sexual violence experience and toilet type amongst young (18–24) women in South Africa: a population-based cross-sectional analysis. Global Public Health, 16(4), 590-596. Abstract.
Stern E, Willan S, Gibbs A, Myrttinen H, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Addo-Lartey A, Mastonshoeva S, Jewkes R (2021). Pathways of change: qualitative evaluations of intimate partner violence prevention programmes in Ghana, Rwanda, South Africa and Tajikistan. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 23(12), 1700-1716. Abstract.
Ramsoomar L, Gibbs A, Chirwa ED, Dunkle K, Jewkes R (2021). Pooled analysis of the association between alcohol use and violence against women: Evidence from four violence prevention studies in Africa. BMJ Open, 11(7). Abstract.
Mkhwanazi S, Gibbs A (2021). Risk factors for generalized anxiety disorder among young women and men in informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study. SSM - Mental Health, 1, 100010-100010.

2020

Corboz J, Gibbs A, Jewkes R (2020). Bacha posh in Afghanistan: factors associated with raising a girl as a boy. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 22(5), 585-598. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Myrttinen H, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Jewkes R (2020). Constructing, reproducing and challenging masculinities in a participatory intervention in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 22(5), 535-550. Abstract.
Willan S, Gibbs A, Shai N, Ntini N, Petersen I, Jewkes R (2020). Did young women in South African informal settlements display increased agency after participating in the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention? a qualitative evaluation. Social Science and Medicine, 265 Abstract.
Chatterji S, Heise L, Gibbs A, Dunkle K (2020). Exploring differential impacts of interventions to reduce and prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) on sub-groups of women and men: a case study using impact evaluations from Rwanda and South Africa. SSM - Population Health, 11 Abstract.
Willan S, Gibbs A, Petersen I, Jewkes R (2020). Exploring young women’s reproductive decision-making, agency and social norms in South African informal settlements. PLoS ONE, 15(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Washington L, Sikweyiya Y, Willan S, Shai N, Jewkes R (2020). Factors associated with young people's attendance at an IPV prevention intervention in informal settlements in South Africa: a prospective analysis. Global Public Health, 15(2), 161-172. Abstract.
Closson K, Hatcher A, Sikweyiya Y, Washington L, Mkhwanazi S, Jewkes R, Dunkle K, Gibbs A (2020). Gender role conflict and sexual health and relationship practices amongst young men living in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 22(1), 31-47. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Reddy T, Dunkle K, Jewkes R (2020). HIV-Prevalence in South Africa by settlement type: a repeat population-based cross-sectional analysis of men and women. PLoS ONE, 15(3). Abstract.
Dunkle K, Gibbs A, Chirwa E, Stern E, Van Der Heijden I, Washington L (2020). How do programmes to prevent intimate partner violence among the general population impact women with disabilities? Post-hoc analysis of three randomised controlled trials. BMJ Global Health, 5(12). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Ramsoomar L, Willan S, Jama Shai N, Chatterji S, Naved R, Jewkes R (2020). New learnings on drivers of men’s physical and/or sexual violence against their female partners, and women’s experiences of this, and the implications for prevention interventions. Global Health Action, 13(1). Abstract.
Ndungu J, Washington L, Willan S, Ramsoomar L, Ngcobo-Sithole M, Gibbs A (2020). Risk factors for alcohol and drug misuse amongst young women in informal settlements in Durban, South Africa. Global Public Health, 15(9), 1322-1336. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Corboz J, Chirwa E, Mann C, Karim F, Shafiq M, Mecagni A, Maxwell-Jones C, Noble E, Jewkes R, et al (2020). The impacts of combined social and economic empowerment training on intimate partner violence, depression, gender norms and livelihoods among women: an individually randomised controlled trial and qualitative study in Afghanistan. BMJ Global Health, 5(3). Abstract.
Dorward J, Msimango L, Gibbs A, Shozi H, Tonkin-Crine S, Hayward G, Butler CC, Ngobese H, Drain PK, Garrett N, et al (2020). Understanding how community antiretroviral delivery influences engagement in HIV care: a qualitative assessment of the Centralised Chronic Medication Dispensing and Distribution programme in South Africa. BMJ Open, 10(5). Abstract.
Jewkes R, Gibbs A, Chirwa E, Dunkle K (2020). What can we learn from studying control arms of randomised VAW prevention intervention evaluations: reflections on expected measurement error, meaningful change and the utility of RCTs. Global Health Action, 13(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Mhlongo S, Chirwa E, Hatcher A, Christofides NJ, Jewkes R (2020). Which men change in intimate partner violence prevention interventions? a trajectory analysis in Rwanda and South Africa. BMJ Global Health, 5(5). Abstract.

2019

Willan S, Kerr-Wilson A, Parke A, Gibbs A (2019). A study on capacity development in the “What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women” programme. Development in Practice, 29(6), 786-797. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Willan S, Jama-Shai N, Washington L, Jewkes R (2019). Are women’s experiences of emotional and economic intimate partner violence associated with HIV-risk behaviour? a cross-sectional analysis of young women in informal settlements in South Africa. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 31(6), 667-674. Abstract.
Hatcher AM, Gibbs A, Jewkes R, McBride RS, Peacock D, Christofides N (2019). Effect of Childhood Poverty and Trauma on Adult Depressive Symptoms Among Young Men in Peri-Urban South African Settlements. Journal of Adolescent Health, 64(1), 79-85. Abstract.
Willan S, Ntini N, Gibbs A, Jewkes R (2019). Exploring young women’s constructions of love and strategies to navigate violent relationships in South African informal settlements. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 21(11), 1225-1239. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Said N, Corboz J, Jewkes R (2019). Factors associated with ‘honour killing’ in Afghanistan and the occupied Palestinian Territories: Two cross-sectional studies. PLoS ONE, 14(8). Abstract.
Closson K, Dietrich JJ, Beksinska M, Gibbs A, Hornschuh S, Smith T, Smit J, Gray G, Ndung’u T, Brockman M, et al (2019). Measuring sexual relationship power equity among young women and young men South Africa: Implications for gender-transformative programming. PLoS ONE, 14(9). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Pretorius L, Jewkes R (2019). Test-retest stability of self-reported violence against women measures: results from the stepping stones and creating futures pilot. Global Health Action, 12(1). Abstract.
Jewkes R, Corboz J, Gibbs A (2019). Violence against Afghan women by husbands, mothers-in-law and siblings-in-law/siblings: Risk markers and health consequences in an analysis of the baseline of a randomised controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 14(2). Abstract.
Mannell J, Willan S, Shahmanesh M, Seeley J, Sherr L, Gibbs A (2019). Why interventions to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV have failed young women in southern Africa. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 22(8). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Willan S, Al Mamun M, Parvin K, Yu M, Naved R (2019). Workplace violence in Bangladesh's garment industry. Social Science and Medicine, 235 Abstract.

2018

Gibbs A, Govender K, Jewkes R (2018). An exploratory analysis of factors associated with depression in a vulnerable group of young people living in informal settlements in South Africa. Global Public Health, 13(7), 788-803. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Corboz J, Shafiq M, Marofi F, Mecagni A, Mann C, Karim F, Chirwa E, Maxwell-Jones C, Jewkes R, et al (2018). An individually randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of the Women for Women International Programme in reducing intimate partner violence and strengthening livelihoods amongst women in Afghanistan: Trial design, methods and baseline findings. BMC Public Health, 18(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Willan S, Washington L (2018). Associations between poverty, mental health and substance use, gender power, and intimate partner violence amongst young (18-30) women and men in urban informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study and structural equation model. PLoS ONE, 13(10). Abstract.
Garrett NJ, Osman F, Maharaj B, Naicker N, Gibbs A, Norman E, Samsunder N, Ngobese H, Mitchev N, Singh R, et al (2018). Beyond syndromic management: Opportunities for diagnosis-based treatment of sexually transmitted infections in low- and middle-income countries. PLoS ONE, 13(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Washington L, Willan S, Shai N, Jewkes R (2018). Childhood traumas as a risk factor for HIV-risk behaviours amongst young women and men living in urban informal settlements in South Africa: a cross-sectional study. PLoS ONE, 13(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Dunkle K, Jewkes R (2018). Emotional and economic intimate partner violence as key drivers of depression and suicidal ideation: a cross-sectional study among young women in informal settlements in South Africa. PLoS ONE, 13(4). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Corboz J, Jewkes R (2018). Factors associated with recent intimate partner violence experience amongst currently married women in Afghanistan and health impacts of IPV: a cross sectional study. BMC Public Health, 18(1). Abstract.
Naved R, Rahman T, Willan S, Jewkes R, Gibbs A (2018). Female garment workers’ experiences of violence in their homes and workplaces in Bangladesh: a qualitative study. Social Science and Medicine, 196, 150-157. Abstract.
Naved RT, Al Mamun M, Parvin K, Willan S, Gibbs A, Yu M, Jewkes R (2018). Magnitude and correlates of intimate partner violence against female garment workers from selected factories in Bangladesh. PLoS ONE, 13(11). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Washington L, Jama Shai N, Sikweyiya Y, Willan S (2018). Systematically excluded: Young women’s experiences of accessing child support grants in South Africa. Global Public Health, 13(12), 1820-1830. Abstract.
Parvin K, Mamun MA, Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Naved RT (2018). The pathways between female garment workers’ experience of violence and development of depressive symptoms. PLoS ONE, 13(11). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Karim F, Marofi F, Corboz J (2018). Understanding how Afghan women utilise a gender transformative and economic empowerment intervention: a qualitative study. Global Public Health, 13(11), 1702-1712. Abstract.
Lewinsohn R, Crankshaw T, Tomlinson M, Gibbs A, Butler L, Smit J (2018). “This baby came up and then he said, “I give up!”: the interplay between unintended pregnancy, sexual partnership dynamics and social support and the impact on women's well-being in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Midwifery, 62, 29-35. Abstract.

2017

Gibbs A, Jacobson J, Wilson AK (2017). A global comprehensive review of economic interventions to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV risk behaviours. Global Health Action, 10 Abstract.
Gibbs A, Carpenter B, Crankshaw T, Hannass-Hancock J, Smit J, Tomlinson M, Butler L (2017). Prevalence and factors associated with recent intimate partner violence and relationships between disability and depression in postpartum women in one clinic in eThekwini Municipality, South Africa. PLoS ONE, 12(7). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Washington L, Willan S, Ntini N, Khumalo T, Mbatha N, Sikweyiya Y, Shai N, Chirwa E, Strauss M, et al (2017). The Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention to prevent intimate partner violence and HIV-risk behaviours in Durban, South Africa: study protocol for a cluster randomized control trial, and baseline characteristics. BMC Public Health, 17(1). Abstract.

2016

Gibbs A (2016). Tackling gender inequalities and intimate partner violence in the response to HIV: moving towards effective interventions in Southern and Eastern Africa. African Journal of AIDS Research, 15(2), 141-148. Abstract.

2015

Hanass-Hancock J, Myezwa H, Nixon SA, Gibbs A (2015). " When i was no longer able to see and walk, that is when i was affected most": Experiences of disability in people living with HIV in South Africa. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(22), 2051-2060. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Willan S, Jama-Shai N, Washington L, Jewkes R (2015). 'Eh! i felt i was sabotaged!': Facilitators' understandings of success in a participatory HIV and IPV prevention intervention in urban South Africa. Health Education Research, 30(6), 985-995. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Vaughan C, Aggleton P (2015). Beyond ‘working with men and boys’: (re)defining, challenging and transforming masculinities in sexuality and health programmes and policy. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 17, 85-95.
Stern E, Cooper D, Gibbs A (2015). Gender differences in South African men and women's access to and evaluation of informal sources of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information. Sex Education, 15(1), 48-63. Abstract.
Casale M, Gibbs A (2015). Gender differences in sources and availability of social support among south african caregivers of children. South African Review of Sociology, 46(4), 100-125. Abstract.
Pretorius L, Gibbs A, Crankshaw T, Willan S (2015). Interventions targeting sexual and reproductive health and rights outcomes of young people living with HIV: a comprehensive review of current interventions from sub-Saharan Africa. Global Health Action, 8(1). Abstract.
Gibbs A, Jewkes R, Sikweyiya Y, Willan S (2015). Reconstructing masculinity? a qualitative evaluation of the Stepping Stones and Creating Futures interventions in urban informal settlements in South Africa. Culture, Health and Sexuality, 17(2), 208-222. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Campbell C, Akintola O, Colvin C (2015). Social contexts and building social capital for collective action: Three case studies of volunteers in the context of HIV and AIDS in South Africa. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25(2), 110-122. Abstract.

2014

Olinyk S, Gibbs A, Campbell C (2014). Developing and implementing global gender policy to reduce HIV and AIDS in low- and middle-income countries: policy makers' perspectives. Afr J AIDS Res, 13(3), 197-204. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jewkes R, Gibbs A, Jama-Shai N, Willan S, Misselhorn A, Mushinga M, Washington L, Mbatha N, Skiweyiya Y (2014). Stepping Stones and Creating Futures intervention: Shortened interrupted time series evaluation of a behavioural and structural health promotion and violence prevention intervention for young people in informal settlements in Durban, South Africa. BMC Public Health, 14(1). Abstract.

2013

Zelnick JR, Gibbs A, Loveday M, Padayatchi N, O'Donnell MR (2013). Health-care workers' perspectives on workplace safety, infection control, and drug-resistant tuberculosis in a high-burden HIV setting. Journal of Public Health Policy, 34(3), 388-402. Abstract.

2012

Gibbs A, Willan S, Misselhorn A, Mangoma J (2012). Combined structural interventions for gender equality and livelihood security: a critical review of the evidence from southern and eastern Africa and the implications for young people. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 15 Abstract.
Gibbs A, Mushinga M, Tyler Crone E, Willan S, Mannell J (2012). How do national strategic plans for HIV and AIDS in southern and eastern africa address gender-based violence? a women's rights perspective. Health and Human Rights, 14(2). Abstract.
Daku M, Gibbs A, Heymann J (2012). Representations of MDR and XDR-TB in South African newspapers. Social Science and Medicine, 75(2), 410-418. Abstract.
Gibbs A, Campbell C (2012). Strengthening community participation in primary health care: Experiences from South Africa. In  (Ed) The LSE Companion to Health Policy, 20-34.
Gibbs A, Crone ET, Willan S, Mannell J (2012). The inclusion of women, girls and gender equality in National Strategic Plans for HIV and AIDS in southern and eastern Africa. Global Public Health, 7(10), 1120-1144. Abstract.

2011

Campbell C, Skovdal M, Gibbs A (2011). Creating social spaces to tackle AIDS-related stigma: reviewing the role of church groups in Sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS Behav, 15(6), 1204-1219. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A, Jobson G (2011). Narratives of masculinity in the Daily Sun: Implications for HIV risk and prevention. South African Journal of Psychology, 41(2), 173-186. Abstract.
Gerntholtz L, Gibbs A, Willan S (2011). The african women's protocol: Bringing attention to reproductive rights and the MDGs. PLoS Medicine, 8(4).

2010

Campbell C, Gibbs A (2010). Gender, poverty and aids: Perspectives with particular reference to sub- saharan africa. In  (Ed) The International Handbook of Gender and Poverty: Concepts, Research, Policy, 327-332.
Campbell C, Cornish F, Gibbs A, Scott K (2010). Heeding the push from below: how do social movements persuade the rich to listen to the poor?. J Health Psychol, 15(7), 962-971. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A, Campbell C, Maimane S, Nair Y (2010). Mismatches between youth aspirations and participatory HIV/AIDSprogrammes in South Africa. Afr J AIDS Res, 9(2), 153-163. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gibbs A (2010). Understandings of gender and HIV in the South African media. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 22(SUPPL. 2), 1620-1628. Abstract.
Veenstra N, Whiteside A, Lalloo D, Gibbs A (2010). Unplanned antiretroviral treatment interruptions in southern Africa: How should we be managing these?. Globalization and Health, 6 Abstract.

2009

Mathambo V, Gibbs A (2009). Extended family childcare arrangements in a context of AIDS: Collapse or adaptation?. AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 21(SUPPL. 1), 22-27. Abstract.
Campbell C, Nair Y, Maimane S, Gibbs A (2009). Strengthening community responses to AIDS: Possibilities and challenges. In  (Ed) HIV/AIDS in South Africa 25 Years On: Psychosocial Perspectives, 221-235.  Abstract.

2008

Gibbs A (2008). Gender, famine and HIV/AIDS: Rethinking new variant famine in Malawi. African Journal of AIDS Research, 7(1), 9-17. Abstract.
Campbell C, Gibbs A, Maimane S, Nair Y (2008). Hearing community voices: grassroots perceptions of an intervention to support health volunteers in South Africa. SAHARA J, 5(4), 162-177. Abstract.  Author URL.
Campbell C, Gibbs A (2008). Representations of HIV/AIDS management in South African newspapers. Afr J AIDS Res, 7(2), 195-208. Abstract.  Author URL.

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