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Research outputs: HIV/AIDS
2022 Prescribing practices for presumptive TB among private general practitioners in South Africa: a cross-sectional, standardized patient study
Medicine prescribing practices are integral to quality of care for leading infectious diseases such as tuberculosis (TB). We describe prescr...Download this report
2022 Understanding factors influencing utilization of HIV prevention and treatment services among patients and providers in a heterogeneous setting: a qualitative study from South Africa
Despite advances made in HIV prevention and treatment interventions in South Africa, barriers to their utilization continue to exist. Unders...Download this report
Twenty years ago, at the height of HIV and Aids denialism in South Africa, former President Nelson Mandela, through the Nelson Mandela Found...Download this report
2022 Is there risk compensation among HIV infected youth and adults 15 years and older on antiretroviral treatment in South Africa?: findings from the 2017 national HIV prevalence, incidence, behaviour and communication survey
In this paper, risk compensation among individuals on antiretroviral therapy (ART), using the 2017 South African national survey on HIV, is ...Download this report