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Research outputs: VOLUNTARY COUNSELING AND TESTING (VCT)

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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...

2014 Realizing the potential for HIV self-testing

HIV self-testing (HIVST), a process in which an individual performs a HIV rapid diagnostic test and interprets the result in private, is an ...

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2014 What should the ideal HIV self-test look like?: a usability study of test prototypes in unsupervised HIV self-testing in Kenya, Malawi, and South Africa

HIV self-testing (HIVST) is increasingly being sought and offered globally, yet there is limited information about the test features that wi...

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2014 Perceptions about the acceptability and prevalence of HIV testing and factors influencing them in different communities in South Africa

HIV counselling and testing (HCT) is considered important because it is an entry point to a comprehensive continuum of care for HIV/AIDS. T...

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