Graeme Hoddinott

Stellenbosch University

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I have 15 years’ experience working in communities of highest TB and TB/HIV co-morbidity in southern Africa. Much of this work has focused on the health service access, uptake, and sustained care for young people and adolescents. Since 2012, I have been responsible for the socio-behavioural science portfolio at the Desmond Tutu TB Centre (DTTC), Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, Stellenbosch University, South Africa that includes being the PI and in-country socio-behavioural lead for a variety of studies. I am a psychologist registered in independent practice (research) with the Health Professions Council of South Africa. My research expertise – bridging between public health and socio-behavioural science – is focused on explicating the structural, systemic and operational processes underpinning public health interventions in high-burden contexts through rigorous multi-method design and analyses.

Geographies South Africa

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