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CHANGES IN ADHERENCE AND PROGRAM RETENTION AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS AMONG HIV-INFECTED WOMEN RECEIVING OPTION B+ FOR PREVENTING MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV IN KAMPALA, UGANDA: A MIXED METHODS APPROACH
(Johns Hopkins University, 2017-05-15)
Background: Mother-to-child transmission of HIV continues to be the leading cause of pediatric HIV infections. Prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) care and treatment strategies have been shown to drastically ...
HIV risk in partners of migrants and residents in Rakai, Uganda: an observational cohort study
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-04-27)
Background: Migration status has been linked to a higher burden of untreated HIV infection throughout sub-Saharan Africa. In Rakai District, Uganda, we have previously shown that migrants have an increased risk of HIV ...
Caregiver Mental Health and Child Physical Health in HIV-Affected Families in Uganda
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-09-14)
Background. Increasing evidence from low- and middle-income countries indicates that maternal depression is associated with poor child health and growth. Few studies have explored this relationship in the context of HIV. ...