Josien de Klerk
Josien de Klerk's research interests focuses on Global Public Health and International Development in sub-Saharan Africa. Topics of interest include ageing, chronic illness, HIV/AIDS, informal care, self-care, wellbeing and enhancement, well-being through the lens of kinship-studies and critical global health.
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- Chronic illness
- Body enhancement
- Complementary and alternative treatment
- Bereavement, stress of everyday life
- Care and Self-Care
- Medical Anthropology
- Qualitative Research Methods in Global Public Health
- Health and Development: AIDS in Africa
- Global Challenges: Diversity
- Nardo P. de, Okere N., Klerk J. de, Gentilotti E., Wit R.T. de, Bortolani A., Pellizzer G., Hermans S., Praag E. van, Gomez G., Mfinanga S., Somi G., Desderius B., Pozniak A. & Test & Treat Study Group (2020), Protocol and Operational Procedures for the Implementation of a Differentiated HIV Service Delivery Model in North-Western Tanzania: A Multicentre Implementation Research, International Journal of Health Systems and Implementation Research 4(2): 80-91.
- Reynolds L., Klerk J. de, Meta J. & Moyer E. (2020), Mediating immediate linkage to care in the era of 'treat all': Questioning the (chrono)logics of HIV treatment initiation in Shinyanga, Tanzania.
- Klerk J. de (17 May 2020), Touch in the new '1,5 meter society'. Touch in the new '1,5 meter' society. Wiley: Social Anthropology [blog entry].
- Klerk J. de, Vries A.B. de & Pieters C.D. (2019), Monitoring the body: grandmothers’ ability to provide ‘expert’ care for grandchildren living with HIV in northwest Tanzania., Anthropology and Medicine 27(1): 17-31.
- Klerk J. de & Moyer E.M. (2016), “A Body Like a Baby”: Social Self-Care among Older People with Chronic HIV in Mombasa, Medical Anthropology 36(4): 305-318.
- Klerk, Josien de (2016), Slam that # ethnography! Unbounded Ethnography [Slam that #Ethnography! Unbounded Ethnography] (translation: Klerk J. de), Allegralaboratory.net .
- Klerk J. de (11 May 2016), Time and Bodies in Grandparenthood. Time and Bodies in Grandparenthood: Association for Anthropology, Gerontology and the Life-Course [blog entry].
- Klerk J. de (2016), Making sense of neglect in Northwest Tanzania. In: Hoffman J., Pype K. (Eds.) Ageing in Sub-Saharan Africa. Spaces and Practices of Care. Bristol: Policy Press. 137-157.
- Klerk J. de (2 November 2015), Conference review: MAGic 2015 Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating Theory, Policy and Practice. Conference review: MAGic 2015 Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating Theory, Policy and Practice: Somatosphere [blog entry].
- Klerk J. de (2014), Heaviness, intensity, and intimacy: Dutch elder care in the context of retrenchment of the welfare state, 1(1).
- Klerk J. de (2013), Being tough, being healthy. Local forms of counselling in response to adult death in northwest Tanzania., 15(Suppl 4): S482-94.
- Klerk J. de (2012), The compassion of concealment. Silence between older caregivers and dying patients in the AIDS era, northwest Tanzania, 14(Suppl 1): S27-38.
- Klerk J. de (2011), Being old in times of AIDS. Ageing, Caring and Relating in northwest Tanzania African studies collection no. 37. Leiden: Africa Studies Centre.
- Burchardt M., Hardon A. & Klerk J. de (2009), Faith Matters. Religion and Biomedical Treatment for HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. Diemen: AMB.
- Shiripinda I. (2009), Ouder worden met HIV. Ervaringen van migranten in Nederland. In: Smit, C..; Brinkman, K.; Rümke, K.; Knecht- van Eekelen, A. de (Eds.) Oud worden met HIV. Gezondheid en ziekte van oudere HIV-patienten: Een inventarisatie. Amsterdam: AIDS Fonds. 120-128.
- Post-doctoral researcher