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Article

Trueba, Mei L, Bhutta, Mahmood F and Shahvisi, Arianne (2020) Instruments of health and harm: how the procurement of healthcare goods contributes to global health inequality. Journal of Medical Ethics. ISSN 0306-6800

Tsegay, Girmay, Deribe, Kebede, Deyessa, Negussie, Addissie, Adamu, Davey, Gail, Cooper, Maxwell and Trueba, Mei (2018) 'I should not feed such a weak woman'. Intimate partner violence among women living with podoconiosis: A qualitative study in northern Ethiopia. PLoS ONE, 13 (12). pp. 1-15. ISSN 1932-6203

Deribe, Kebede, Cano, Jorge, Trueba, Mei L, Newport, Melanie J and Davey, Gail (2018) Global epidemiology of podoconiosis: a systematic review. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 12 (3). a0006324 1-15. ISSN 1935-2735

Prentice, Rebecca and Trueba, Mei (2018) Precarious bodies: occupational risk assemblages in Bolivia and Trinidad. Global Labour Journal, 9 (1). pp. 41-56. ISSN 1918-6711

Book Section

Trueba, Mei (2017) Negotiating risks: health and safety management in the mines of Potosi. In: Świtek, Beata, Swee, Hannah and Abramson, Allen (eds.) Risks, limits and exposure: ethnographies of the ordinary extraordinary. Palgrave, London. (Accepted)

Trueba, Mei L (2016) The global dimensions of health. In: Artaraz, Kepa and Hill, Michael (eds.) Global social policy: themes, issues and actors. Palgrave Macmillan, Brighton. ISBN 9781137388964

Conference or Workshop Item

Trueba, Mei (2017) Negotiating risks and uncertainties: health and safety decision-making in the mines of Potosí (Bolivia). In: EPICOH 2017: Eliminating Occupational Disease. Translating research into action., 28-31 August 2017, Edinburgh.

Trueba, Mei (2017) Market variability - safety fluctuations. Mineral prices and Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) among Bolivian cooperative miners. In: EPICOH 2017: Eliminating Occupational Disease. Translating research into action., 28th-31st August 2017, Edinburgh.

Prentice, Rebecca and Trueba, Mei (2015) Precarious bodies: occupational risk assemblages in Bolivia and Trinidad. In: Precarious Economy: Informality and Entrepreneurship at the Bottom of the Pyramid’. Precarious Labour, Precarious Lives Discussion Panel, December 2015, Sussex University.

Trueba, Mei (2015) Revisiting Occupational Health theory and practice: a view from the ground. In: MAGic2015 Conference: Anthropology and Global Health: interrogating theory, policy and practice, 9-11 September 2015, Sussex University.

Trueba, Mei (2014) ‘Looking at health risks with two eyes’: plural and changing rationalities of risk and occupational risk management amongst Bolivian cooperative miners. In: Ordinary Extraordinary: The Anthropology of Risk, Limits and Exposure?, 6-7 November 2014, UCL.

Trueba, Mei (2012) Occupational Health management in precarious and uncertain environments; lessons learned from Bolivia’s cooperative mining industry. In: 2nd WHO-ICOH International Consultation on Healthy Workplaces, 10-12 December 2012, Rome.

Trueba, Mei and Barriga, Gabriela (2012) ‘We’re left to yield our own luck’: gendered work roles, uneven bargaining power and health disparities in the Bolivian mining industry. In: 12th AWID Inernational Forum on Women's Rights & Development, 19-22 Apr 2012, Istanbul, Turkey.

Trueba, Mei (2011) Understanding health and safety: livelihoods, risks and well-living in the mines of Potosí. In: Work and Human Lifecycle International Workshop, Oct 2011, Noida (India).

Thesis

Lopez-Trueba, Mei (2014) ‘Looking at risk with both eyes’: health and safety in the Cerro Rico of Potosí (Bolivia). Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Other

Pérez, Isabel, Durán, Erick, Pérez, Freddy, Trueba, Mei L and Mendizábal-Cabrera, Renata (2020) Strengthening cutaneous leishmaniasis control in Guatemala: policy recommendations. PAHO/WHO & TDR.

Shahvisi, Arianne and Trueba, Mei (2020) PPE may protect us, but it harms the sweatshop workers who make it. BMJ Blogs, Journal of Medical Ethics Blog.

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