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Research data: HOME CARE

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2018 Using mHealth to deliver a home-based testing and counselling program to improve linkage to care and ART adherence in rural South Africa

Community-based HIV testing and counseling (HTC) programs have become an important part of the healthcare system in South Africa and other l...

2017 Perceived mHealth barriers and benefits for home-based HIV testing and counseling and other care: qualitative findings from health officials, community health workers, and persons living with HIV in South Africa

mHealth has been proposed to address inefficiencies in the current South African healthcare system, including home-based HIV testing and cou...

2016 Home testing and counselling to reduce HIV incidence in a generalised epidemic setting: a mathematical modelling analysis

Home HIV testing and counselling (HTC) achieves high levels of HIV testing and linkage to care. Periodic home HTC, particularly targeted to ...

2016 How home HIV testing and counselling with follow-up support achieves high testing coverage and linkage to treatment and prevention: a qualitative analysis from Uganda

The successes of HIV treatment scale-up and the availability of new prevention tools have raised hopes that the epidemic can finally be cont...