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Tuberculosis and human immunodeﬁciency virus co-infections and their predictors at a hospital-based HIV/AIDS clinic in Uganda
(The International journal of tuberculosis and lung disease, 2010)
To evaluate the burden of TB-HIV (tuberculosis-human immunodeficiency virus) co-infections and their predictors in an urban hospital-based HIV programme. DESIGN: Prospective observational study. METHODS: Clinicians screened ...
The Framing and Fashioning of Therapeutic Citizenship Among People Living With HIV Taking Antiretroviral Therapy in Uganda
In this article, we examine how people living with HIV (PLWH) were able to reconceptualize or “reframe” their understanding of HIV and enhance their capacity to self-manage the condition. Two in-depth interviews were ...
Meaningful involvement of people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda through linkages between network groups and health facilities: An evaluation study
(Psychology, health & medicine, 2012)
While community-based groups are able to provide vital support to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), their organizational and technical capacities are limited, and they frequently operate in isolation from PLHIV groups. ...
InterVA-4 as a public health tool for measuring HIV/AIDS mortality: a validation study from five African countries
(Global Health Action, 2013)
Reliable population-based data on HIV infection and AIDS mortality in sub-Saharan Africa are scanty, even though that is the region where most of the world’s AIDS deaths occur. There is therefore a great need for reliable ...
Relationship Power and Sexual Violence Among HIV-Positive Women in Rural Uganda
(AIDS and Behavior, 2016)
Gender-based power imbalances place women at significant risk for sexual violence, however, little research has examined this association among women living with HIV/AIDS. We performed a cross-sectional analysis of ...