Vol 19 Supplement 4 (2016)

Lessons learned and study results from HIVCore, an HIV implementation science initiative

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Editorial

Lessons learned and study results from HIVCore: an HIV implementation science initiative PDF HTML EPUB XML
Naomi Rutenberg, Waimar Tun, Nagesh N Borse
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Review

Opportunities and challenges in conducting secondary analysis of HIV programmes using data from routine health information systems and personal health information PDF HTML EPUB XML
Stephen Gloyd, Bradley H Wagenaar, Godfrey B Woelk, Samuel Kalibala
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Research

Retention of mothers and infants in the prevention of mother-tochild transmission of HIV programme is associated with individual and facility-level factors in Rwanda PDF HTML EPUB XML
Godfrey B Woelk, Dieudonne Ndatimana, Sally Behan, Martha Mukaminega, Epiphanie Nyirabahizi, Heather J Hoffman, Placidie Mugwaneza, Muhayimpundu Ribakare, Anouk Amzel, B Ryan Phelps
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Factors associated with long-term antiretroviral therapy attrition among adolescents in rural Uganda: a retrospective study PDF HTML EPUB XML
Stephen Okoboi, Livingstone Ssali, Aisha I Yansaneh, Celestin Bakanda, Josephine Birungi, Sophie Nantume, Joanne Lyavala Okullu, Alana R Sharp, David M Moore, Samuel Kalibala
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Limited accessibility to HIV services for persons with disabilities living with HIV in Ghana, Uganda and Zambia PDF HTML EPUB XML
Waimar Tun, Jerry Okal, Katie Schenk, Selina Esantsi, Felix Mutale, Rita Kusi Kyeremaa, Edson Ngirabakunzi, Hilary Asiah, Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo, Grimond Moono
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Reducing HIV-related risk and mental health problems through a client-centred psychosocial intervention for vulnerable adolescents in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia PDF HTML EPUB XML
Nrupa Jani, Lung Vu, Lynnette Kay, Kassahun Habtamu, Samuel Kalibala
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Results from a rapid national assessment of services for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Côte d’Ivoire PDF HTML EPUB XML
S Adam Granato, Stephen Gloyd, Julia Robinson, Serge A Dali, Irma Ahoba, David Aka, Seydou Kouyaté, Doroux A Billy, Samuel Kalibala, Ahoua Koné
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Assessment of linkages from HIV testing to enrolment and retention in HIV care in Central Mozambique PDF HTML EPUB XML
Celso Azarias Inguane, Stephen Gloyd, João Luis Manuel, Charlene Brown, Vincent Wong, Orvalho Augusto, Wisal Mustafa Hassan, Lúcia Viera, Pires Afonso, Mehol Jamnadás, Jama Joy Bernard, James Cowan, Samuel Kalibala, James Pfeiffer
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Annual cost of antiretroviral therapy among three service delivery models in Uganda PDF HTML EPUB XML
Lung Vu, Samuel Waliggo, Brady Zieman, Nrupa Jani, Lydia Buzaalirwa, Stephen Okoboi, Jerry Okal, Nagesh N Borse, Samuel Kalibala
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Commentary

Experiences in implementation and publication of operations research interventions: gaps and a way forward PDF HTML EPUB XML
Samuel Kalibala, Godfrey B Woelk, Stephen Gloyd, Nrupa Jani, Lynnette Kay, Avina Sarna, Jerry Okal, Charity Ndwiga, Nicole Haberland, Irit Sinai
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