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Kuate Defo, Barthelemy

Professeur titulaire

Contact :

  • Téléphone 514-343-6111 #1945 Pav. PAV.M.CARON-L.GROULX-3200 J.B. \ bur. C-5030

Expertises de recherche

  • Écologie, nutrition, santé et mortalité: approches transnationales et intercontinentales.
  • Théories, modèles et applications mathématiques et statistiques en épidémiologie des dynamiques des populations humaines et inégalités devant la maladie et la mort.
  • Modélisations séquentielles, longitudinales, multiniveaux et multi-états.
  • Conception, développement, mise en oeuvre et évaluation des interventions en santé.
  • Traduction des résultats de recherche en politiques, stratégies et actions sanitaire.

Champs d'expertise

Publications principales

Publications récentes

Kuate Defo, B., 2012. The changing context of the transition of in sub-Saharan Africa, in National Research Council. The continuing epidemiological transition in sub-Saharan Africa, Washington D.C., The National Academies Press.

Kuate Defo B. and Z. Tsala Dimbuene, 2012. “Influences of family structure dynamics on sexual debut in Africa: Implications for research, practice and policies in reproductive health and social development”. African Journal of Reproductive Health 16(2): 147-172.

Tsala Dimbuene Z. and B. Kuate Defo, 2011. “Family Environment and Premarital Intercourse in Bandjoun (West Cameroon).” Springer, Archives of Sexual Behavior; DOI 10.1007/s10508-011-9830-5.

Tsala Dimbuene Z. and B Kuate Defo, 2011. “Fostering accurate HIV/AIDS knowledge among unmarried youths in Cameroon: Do family environment and peers matter?” BioMed Central, BMC Public Health 11: 348-380.

Kuate Defo B. “The Importance for the MDG4 and MDG5 of Addressing Reproductive Health Issues during the Second Decade of Life: Review and Analysis from Time Series Data in 51 African Countries.” African Journal of Reproductive Health 15 (2): 9-30, 2011.

Tsala Dimbuene Z. and B. Kuate Defo, 2010. “Risky sexual behavior among unmarried young people in Cameroon: Another look at family environment”. Journal of Biosocial Science 43:129-153.

Ngnie Teta I., Kuate Defo B. and Receveur O., 2009. “Multilevel modelling of socio-demographic predictors of various levels of anaemia among women in Mali”. Public Health Nutrition 12(09): 1462-1469.

Ngnie Teta, Ismael, B. Kuate Defo et Olivier Receveur, 2007. "Risk factors for moderate to severe anemia among children in Benin and Mali: Insights from a multilevel analysis", Food and Nutrition Bulletin, 28: 76-89.

Fotso, Jean-Christophe et B. Kuate Defo, 2006. "Household and community socioeconomic influences on early childhood malnutrition in Africa", Journal of Biosocial Science, 38, 3: 289-313.

Kuate Defo B., 2006. “Interactions between socioeconomic status and living arrangements in predicting gender-specific health status among the elderly in Cameroon.” In: National Research Council. Aging in Sub-Saharan Africa: Recommendations for Furthering Research. Panel on Policy Research and Data Needs to Meet the Challenge of Aging in Africa. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, pp. 276-313.

Kuate Defo, B. et Julie DaVanzo, 2006. "Reliability of reasons for early termination of breastfeeding: Application of a bivariate probability model with sample selection to data from surveys in Malaysia in 1976-77 and 1988-89", Population Studies, 60: 83-98.

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