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Research outputs: HIV TESTING AND COUNSELLING (HTC)
2021 Prevalence of self-reported HIV testing and associated factors among adolescent girls and young women in South Africa: results from a 2017 nationally representative population-based HIV survey
This article estimated the prevalence of self-reported HIV testing and identified associated factors among sexually active adolescent girls ...
2021 The psychosocial determinants of the intention to test for HIV among young men in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa
Voluntary counselling and testing is one of the effective prevention strategies against the HIV/AIDS epidemic. This study investigated the p...
2021 The substantial burden of non-communicable diseases and HIV-comorbidity amongst adults: screening results from an integrated HIV testing services clinic for adults in Soweto, South Africa
Background: South Africa is disproportionately impacted by non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and HIV/AIDS. We investigated the prevalence of ...
2021 Social influence and uptake of couples HIV testing and counselling in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Social influences may create a barrier to couples HIV testing and counselling (CHTC) uptake in sub-Saharan Africa. This secondary analysis o...