Dr. Jo Vearey
Vearey is an urban public health researcher with an interest in
migration and health, HIV, sex work and local level responses. Her PhD
research focused on the development of a revised urban health framework
to guide local level responses to migration, informal settlements and
HIV in low-income country contexts. Jo is a Senior Researcher with the
African Centre for Migration & Society, University
of the Witwatersrand, where she is involved in designing and
coordinating research programmes, teaching and supervising graduate
- Vearey, Joanna. "Migration, Urban Health and Inequality in Johannesburg." Migration and Inequality. Ed. Bastia, Tanja. New York: Routledge, 2013. Print.
- Vearey, Joanna. "Sampling in an Urban Environment: Overcoming Complexities and Capturing Differences." Journal of Refugee Studies 26.1 (October 2012): 1-25. Print.
- Vearey, Joanna. "Learning from HIV: Exploring Migration and Health in South Africa." Global Public Health 7.1 (2012): 58-70. Print.
- Vearey, J., Palmary, I., Thomas, L., Núñez L. and Drimie, S. "Urban Health in Johannesburg: The Importance of Place in Understanding intra-urban Inequalities in a Context of Migration and HIV." Health and Place 16 (2010): 694 - 702. Print.
- Vearey, Joanna. "Hidden spaces and urban health: Exploring the Tactics of Rural Migrants Navigating the City of Gold." Urban Forum 21 (2010): 37 – 53. Print.