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Research outputs: SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
By definition the term science culture refers to the degree in which a society engages with science. It showcases a country's historical, so...
A nationally representative survey of the South African public's perceptions of biotechnology provides new insights into the position of the...Download this report
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...
2018 USSD testing report: communication sharing practices and needs of people living with HIV: a case of Nkangala in Mpumalanga and Ekurhuleni in Gauteng
Communication efforts and strategies for ART adherence as reflected in South Africa's National Strategic Plan on HIV, TB, and STIs 2017-2022...