Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
Smith, A., Burger, R., Claassens, M., Ayles, H., Godfrey-Faussett, P. and Beyers, N. Forthcoming. Gender bias may contribute to missed TB cases in South Africa. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease.
Meehan, S., Leon,N., Naidoo, P., Jennings, K., Burger, R. and Beyers, N. (2015). Availability and acceptability of HIV counselling and testing services. A qualitative study comparing clients’ experiences of accessing HIV testing at public sector primary health care facilities or non-governmental mobile services in Cape Town, South Africa. BMC Public Health,15:845.
Burger, R. (2012). Introduction to special issue: Reforming South Africa’s Public Health System. Development Southern Africa, December 2012, Vol 29 (5):p. 615.
Burger, R., Bredenkamp, C., Grobler, C. & Van der Berg, S. (2012). Have public health spending and access in South Africa become more equitable since the end of apartheid? Development Southern Africa, December 2012, Vol 29 (5):pp. 681 – 703.
Burger, R. P., Burger, R., & Rossouw, L. (2012). The fertility transition in South Africa: A retrospective panel data analysis. Development Southern Africa, 29(5), 738-755.
Christian, C.S. (2012). Exploring ways to improve health system performance in developing countries (Book review). Development Southern Africa 29(5): 767-769
Christian, C.S. & Crisp, N. (2012). Management in the South African public health sector: An x-inefficiency perspective. Development Southern Africa 29(5): 725-737