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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: FAMILY PARTICIPATION
2016 Taking HIV testing to families: designing a family-based intervention to facilitate HIV testing, disclosure, and intergenerational communication
Facility-based HIV testing does not capture many adults and children who are at risk of HIV in South Africa. This underscores the need to pr...Download this report
2016 Addressing intergenerational communication is key to developing an "adolescent-friendly" family-based HIV counselling and testing intervention
2015 Living with HIV, disclosure patterns and partnerships a decade after the introduction of HIV programmes in rural South Africa
Prevention of mother-to-child Transmission and HIV Treatment programmes were scaled-up in resource-constrained settings over a decade ago, b...
Problems associated with work-family conflict do not belong to individual families alone, but have a major social and economic impact on the...