Mr Matthew Chersich

Visiting Professor

Matthew

Matthew Chersich completed medical school at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, followed by post-graduate studies at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and doctoral studies at the University of Ghent, Belgium. He has international research and policy experience through working for the International Centre for Reproductive Health in Mombasa Kenya, WHO and the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Research Institute, South Africa. He has a research background in reproductive health and HIV, but is currently focused on climate change and health. He hold the post of a Visiting Professor at Ghent University and a Research Professor at the University of the Witwatersrand 

Publications of Matthew

2019 Use of long‐acting reversible contraception in a cluster‐random sample of female sex workers in Kenya

Peter Gichangi, Stanley Luchters

2019 Type-specific human papillomavirus prevalence, incident cases, persistence, and associated pregnancy outcomes among HIV-infected women in Kenya

Stanley Luchters

2019 Field performance and diagnostic accuracy of a low-cost instrument-free point-of-care CD4 test (visitect CD4) performed by different health worker cadres among pregnant women

Stanley Luchters

2018 Effect of a 'diagonal' intervention on uptake of HIV and reproductive health services by female sex workers in three sub-Saharan African cities

Peter Gichangi

2018 Feasibility, acceptability and potential sustainability of a 'diagonal' approach to health services for female sex workers in Mozambique

2018 Impact of a 'diagonal' intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study

2018 Incidence of unintended pregnancy among female sex workers in low-income and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Stanley Luchters

2018 Involving men to improve maternal and newborn health : a systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions

Stanley Luchters

2017 Sexual and reproductive health services utilization by female sex workers is context-specific : results from a cross-sectional survey in India, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa

Peter Gichangi

2016 HIV prevention and care-seeking behaviour among female sex workers in four cities in India, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa

Peter Gichangi

2016 Where do female sex workers seek HIV and reproductive health care and what motivates these choices? : a survey in 4 cities in India, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa

Peter Gichangi

2016 'A baby was an added burden' : predictors and consequences of unintended pregnancies for female sex workers in Mombasa, Kenya : a mixed-methods study

Stanley Luchters

2016 Are HIV and reproductive health services adapted to the needs of female sex workers? : results of a policy and situational analysis in Tete, Mozambique

2016 Barriers to HIV and sexual and reproductive health care for female sex workers in Tete, Mozambique : results from a cross-sectional survey and focus group discussions

2016 Addressing the intersection between alcohol consumption and antiretroviral treatment : needs assessment and design of interventions for primary healthcare workers, the Western Cape, South Africa

2016 Changes in drinking patterns during and after pregnancy among mothers of children with fetal alcohol syndrome : a study in three districts of South Africa

2016 Local and foreign authorship of maternal health interventional research in low- and middle-income countries : systematic mapping of publications 2000–2012

2015 Attitudes and behaviours of maternal health care providers in interactions with clients: a systematic review

Stanley Luchters

2015 Challenging gender inequity through male involvement in maternal and newborn health: critical assessment of an emerging evidence base

Stanley Luchters

2015 Prevalence of fetal alcohol syndrome in a South African city with a predominantly Black African population