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Research outputs: ANTENATAL CARE

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2018 Prevalence of prenatal and postpartum depression and associated factors among HIV-infected women in public primary care in rural South Africa: a longitudinal study

This study aimed to assess the longitudinal prevalence of prenatal and postnatal depression and associated factors among HIV-infected women ...

2018 Multiple perspectives on factors affecting early antenatal care attendance in the context of PMTCT in a rural district of South Africa

Despite the extensive coverage of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) and a decline in new HIV infections among childr...

2017 Acceptability of women-delivered HIV self-testing to the male partner, and additional interventions: a qualitative study of antenatal care participants in Malawi

In the era of ambitious HIV targets, novel HIV testing models are required for hard-to-reach groups such as men, who remain underserved by e...

2017 A qualitative exploration of the meaning and understanding of male partner involvement in pregnancy-related care among men in rural South Africa

Male partner involvement (MPI) during antenatal care has been promoted as an effective intervention to improve maternal and newborn health o...