Muthukrishnan M, Sutcliffe S, Hunleth JM, Wang JS, Colditz GA, James AS. Conducting a randomized trial in rural and urban safety-net health centers: Added
value of community-based participatory research. Contemp Clin Trials Commun. 2018 Mar 6;10:29-35. doi: 10.1016/j.conctc.2018.02.005. eCollection 2018 Jun. PubMed PMID: 29696155; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5898527.
Hunleth, J. (2017). “Children as Caregivers: The Global Fight against Tuberculosis and HIV in Zambia.” New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.
Hunleth, J., Steinmetz, E., McQueen, A., James, A. (2016). Beyond adherence: Health care disparities and the struggle to get screened for colon cancer. Qualitative Health Research, 26(1), 17-31.
Hunleth, J., Jacob, R., Cole, S., Bond, V., James, A. (2015). School holidays: Examining childhood, gender, and short-term residential mobility in urban Zambia. Children's Geographies, 13(5), 501-517.
Jacob, R., Arnold, L., Hunleth, J., Greiner, A., James, A. (2013). Daily hassles’ role in health seeking behavior among low income population. American Journal of Health Behavior, 38(2), 297-306.
Hunleth, J. (2013). Children’s roles in tuberculosis treatment regimes: Constructing childhood and kinship in urban Zambia. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 27(2), 292-311.
Hunleth, J. (2013). ‘ARVs’ as sickness and medicine: examining children’s knowledge and experience in the HIV era in urban Zambia. AIDS Care, 25(6), 763-766.
Ager, A., Zimmerman, C., Unlu, K., Rinehart, R., Nyberg, B., Zeanah, C., Hunleth, J., Bastiaens, I., Weldy, A., Bachman, G., Blum, A., & Strottman, K. (2012). What strategies are appropriate for monitoring children outside of family care and evaluating the impact of the programs intended to serve them? Child Abuse & Neglect, 36(10), 732-742.
Chang, S., Beason, T., Hunleth, J., Colditz, G. (2012). A systematic review of body fat distribution and mortality in older people. Maturitas, 72(3), 175-191.
Hunleth, J. (2011). Beyond on or with: Questioning power dynamics and knowledge production in child-oriented research methodology. Childhood, 18(1), 81-93.
Bond, V., Chilikwela, L., Simwinga, M., Reade, Z., Ayles, H., Godfrey-Faussett, Hunleth, J.(2010). Children's role in enhanced case finding in Zambia. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 14(10), 1280-1287.
PUBLISHED ESSAYS, REPORTS, BOOK REVIEWS & TOOLKITS
Bond, V., Clay, S., Chiiya, C. and M. Chonta with Zimmerman, C., Kiss, L. & Hunleth, J. (2012). Sweeping the Bedroom, Children in Domestic Work in Zambia, United Nations Joint Programme on Trafficking, UN Report.
Key contributor to Understanding and Challenging TB Stigma: A toolkit for Action 2009, International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
Hunleth, J. (2009). 'To help the family’: Children’s involvement in TB reduction strategies in Zambia. Program of African Studies News, 19(3).
Hunleth, J. (2007). Review of ‘Letting Them Die’: Why HIV/AIDS Intervention Programmes Fail, by Catherine Campbell. The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 40, 21-22.