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Research outputs: HEALTH SECTOR
The baseline assessment thus provides the basis for a future health impact evaluation once the 'technology' has been deployed, but also high...
2018 Literature review report: communication sharing practices and needs of people living with HIV: a case of Nkangala in Mpumalanga and Ekurhuleni in Gauteng
The literature reviewed initiatives of health communication in general, and adherence communication specifically in other developing countri...Download this report
2014 Collecting health research data: comparing mobile phone-assisted personal interviewing to paper-and-pen data collection
Mobile phone-assisted personal interviewing (MPAPI) is becoming a more widely used technique to collect survey data. Not having a hard copy ...