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Research data: HIV/AIDS PREVALENCE
2015 Assessing the spatial nonstationarity in relationship between local patterns of HIV infections and the covariates in South Africa: a geographically weighted regression analysis
Beyond the structural drivers such as distance from the road, rural/urban divide or demographic profiles, not much is known about the spatia...
The report covers the epidemiology of HIV from both social and biomedical points of view, providing us not only with statistical data on HIV...Download this report
2014 Modelling the long-term impacts on affected children of adult HIV: benefits, challenges and a possible approach
We outline the benefits, challenges and possible approaches to developing mathematical models that could be used to estimate the magnitude o...
2014 Perceptions about the acceptability and prevalence of HIV testing and factors influencing them in different communities in South Africa
HIV counselling and testing (HCT) is considered important because it is an entry point to a comprehensive continuum of care for HIV/AIDS. T...