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2020 Development of a cultural and contextual appropriate HIV self-management instrument using interpretive phenomenology and focus group cognitive interviews
Qualitative methods are valuable to ensure the important cultural and contextual appropriateness of research instruments but not often used....
Adolescent HIV self-management is a complex phenomenon that has been poorly researched. A mixed-method explorative sequential research desig...Download this report
2019 Adolescent HIV self-management: lived experiences of adolescents, caregivers, and health care workers in a South African context
Adolescence is a complex developmental phase, made more complex by chronic disease. When dealing with treatment and the health impact of chr...