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Higginbotham, Nick, Dennis Willms, Nelson Sewankambo


Transdisciplinary Research in the Community. In Nick Higginbotham, Glenn Albrecht, Linda Connor (ed.). Health Social Science: A Transdisciplinary and Complexity Perspective. Oxford University Press; pp. 175-199.


Sewankambo, Nelson K., Patricia A. Spittal, Dennis G. Willms


Representing HIV/AIDS Concerns in Uganda:The Genogram as a Visual Complement to Ethnographic and Epistemological Evidence. Chapter 6 In Nick Higginbotham, Roberto Briceno-Leon, and Nancy Johnson (eds.). Applying Health Social Science: Best Practice in the Developing World. London: ZED Books; pp. 141-163


Smith, Susan E., Dennis G. Willms, Nancy A. Johnson (eds.)


Nurtured by Knowledge: Learning to Do Participatory Action-Research. New York and Ottawa: The Apex Press, and, International Development Research Centre (IDRC).


Spittal, Patricia, Janette Nakuti, Nelson Sewankambo, Dennis Willms


“We Are Dying. It is Finished!”: Linking An Ethnographic Research Design to an HIV/AIDS Participatory Approach in Uganda. In Susan E. Smith, Dennis G. Willms, and Nancy Johnson (eds.), Nurtured by Knowledge: Learning to Do Participatory Action-Research. New York and Ottawa: The Apex Press and International Development Research Centre (IDRC); pp. 86-110.


Willms, Dennis G.


Community-based Health Care Programs in Kenya: Three Case Studies
in Planning and Implementation. Chapter 22 In John H. Morgan (ed.). Third World Medicine and Social Change: A Reader in Social Science and Medicine. Lanham, New York and London: University Press of America; pp. 285-312.


Willms, Dennis G.


Epistemological Relevances in community-based health care programmes in the Republic of Kenya. (Ph.D. Dissertation). Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of British Columbia. Vancouver.


Willms, Dennis G.


Dilemmas, Trends, and Transformations in Community Health Worker Situations: Kenya’s ‘Nyamrerua’ of Saradidi. Environments, Vol. 19, No. 3; pp. 101-111.


Willms, Dennis, Elizabeth Lindsay, Donald Cole, et. al.


A Lament by Women for “the People, the Land” [Nishnawbi-Aski Nation]: an Experience of Loss. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 83, No. 5 (September/October); pp. 331-334.


Willms, Dennis G., et. al.


AIDS Prevention in the Matare and the Community: A Training Strategy for Traditional Healers in Zimbabwe. Plattsville, ON, Canada: Salama SHIELD Foundation.


Willms, Dennis G. and Nancy A. Johnson


Essentials in Qualitative Research: A Notebook for the Field. Plattsville, ON: Salama SHIELD Foundation (105 pages).


Willms, Dennis, Sharon Manson-Singer, Alix Adrien, et. al.


Participatory Aspects in the Qualitative Research Design of Phase II of the Ethnocultural Communities Facing AIDS Study. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Special Supplement (May-June); pp. S15-S25.


Willms, Dennis, Reeta Bhatia, Jeff Lowe, et. al.


Five Conversations: Reflections of Stakeholders on the Impact of the Ethnocultural Communities Facing AIDS Study. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 87, Special Supplement (May-June); pp. S44-S48.


Willms, Dennis, Alfred Chingono, Maureen Wellington, and Nancy A. Johnson


Designing an HIV/AIDS Intervention for Traditional Healers in Zimbabwe. New York: International Clinical Epidemiology Network (INCLEN) Monograph Series, Monograph No. 4 (February).


Willms, Dennis G.


We begin our research on our being. In Susan Smith, Dennis G. Willms with Nancy Johnson (eds.), Nurtured by Knowledge: Learning to do Participatory-action Research. New York and Ottawa: The Apex Press and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Books; pp. 7-12.


Willms, Dennis G., and Karolina Werner


Climate Change and Conflict in Africa. In Nelson A. Sewankambo and Hany Besada (eds.), CIGI Special Report: Climate Change in Africa.: Adaptation, Mitigation and Governance Challenges. The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI); pp. 26-29.


Willms, Dennis G., Maria-Ines Arratia, Patrick Makondesa


Can interfaith research partnerships develop new paradigms for condom use and HIV prevention? The implementation of conceptual events in Malawi results in the ‘spiritualized condom’. Sexually Transmitted Infections (December) Vol. 87 (7); pp. 611-615.


Willms, Dennis G.


Conceptual Events: Bridging the Epistemological Divide Amongst Stakeholders. In J.J. Kirton, A.F. Cooper, F. Lisk, and H. Besada (eds.), Moving Health Sovereignty in Africa: Disease, Governance, and Climate Change; pp. 85-94. Farnham, Surrey, England and Burlington, Vermont, USA: Ashagate Publishing Company.


Willms, Dennis G., Rose Kawere, Hajat Sarah Matovu


Micro-credit for WaSH: A choice for women in Uganda. Solutions, Vol. 7 (No. 6); pp. 85-92.


Willms, Dennis G., Donald M. Wagner

   2019   What is ‘Trust’ for Women Entrepreneurs in Uganda? Paper submitted for publication.