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Dr Philippa Waterhouse

About me

Philippa Waterhouse joined the Faculty of Health and Social Care at the Open University in May 2015. Prior to this, she worked as a Teaching Fellow in Gerontology at the Centre of Research on Ageing, University of Southampton. Philippa holds a BSc in Population Sciences, a MSc in Demography and a PhD in Social Statistics from the University of Southampton.

Dr Philippa Waterhouse's research

R. Bennett and Philippa Waterhouse (2018) Work and Family Transitions and the Self-Rated Health of Young Women in South Africa, In Social Science and Medicine

Sarah Burkill and Philippa Waterhouse (2018) Sources of Sex Information Used by Young British Women Who Have Sex with Women (WSW) and Women Who Have Sex Exclusively with Men (WSEM): Evidence from the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles, In Sexuality Research and Social Policy

Aisha Hutchinson et al. (2017-08-17) Understanding processes of risk and protection that shape the sexual and reproductive health of young women affected by conflict: the price of protection., In Conflict and Health(11)

Philippa Waterhouse, Andrew Hinde and Allan Hill (2017) Combining work and child care the experiences of mothers in Accra, Ghana, In Development Southern Africa

Philippa Waterhouse, Allan G. Hill and Andrew Hinde (2017-05-17) Combining work and child care: The experiences of mothers in Accra, Ghana, In Development Southern Africa 6(34), Informa UK Limited

Philippa Waterhouse et al. (2017) The impact of multi-morbidity on disability among older adults in South Africa: do hypertension and socio-demographic characteristics matter?, In International Journal for Equity in Health(16)

Aisha Hutchinson et al. (2017) Understanding processes of risk and protection that shape the sexual and reproductive health of young women affected by conflict: the price of protection, In Conflict and Health(11)

Aisha Hutchinson et al. (2016-03) Understanding Early Marriage and Transactional Sex In the Context of Armed Conflict: Protection at a Price, In International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 1(42)

Philippa Waterhouse, Allan G. Hill and Andrew Hinde (2016-02) Childbearing and Economic Work: The Health Balance of Women in Accra, Ghana, In Maternal and Child Health Journal 2(20)

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