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Research outputs: HEALTHCARE

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2022 Training healthcare workers for epidemic response: are front line healthcare professionals doing drills during the fire?

In this brief we identify training gaps existing among healthcare professionals and recommend interventions to address these gaps, specifica...

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2022 Commentary: How HIV advocacy can be used to ensure quality transgender health care: lessons from South Africa

Based on rights entrenched in the 1996 Constitution for transgender people, South Africa has made substantial progress in advancing transgen...

2022 Ensuring successful implementation of malaria policy in Uganda

In Uganda, healthcare services were made available to everyone in 2001, through the abolition of direct user fees for public healthcare serv...

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2021 How community ART delivery may improve HIV treatment outcomes: qualitative inquiry into mechanisms of effect in a randomized trial of community-based ART initiation, monitoring and re-supply (DO ART) in South Africa and Uganda

UNAIDS fast track targets for ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 call for viral suppression in 95% of people using antiretroviral therapy (ART...