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Retention in care, viral suppression and associated factors in HIV-positive key populations receiving antiretroviral therapy from Kampala Public Health Centers
Introduction: HIV-positive Key populations (KPs) contribute about 50% of the global new HIV infection rates. We sought to compare the rates of virologic suppression, retention in care and factors associated with non-virologic ...
Determinants for late antiretroviral therapy initiation among diagnosed HIV positive individuals in Alebtong District, Uganda: A cross-sectional study
(Makerere University, 2018-11-08)
Background: Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) greatly reduces Human Immuno-deficiency Syndrome (HIV) related morbidity and mortality among HIV patients. However, global ART coverage for adults was only 38% and 46% by the end ...
Comparison of routine versus selective screening strategies for depression among PLHIV attending Princess Diana Memorial Health Centre iv Soroti.
(Makerere University, 2018-11)
Abstract Introduction: Depression is not usually screened for among PLHIV in Uganda in spite of the fact that depression is more common among PLHIV than in the general population. The study’s aim was to determine whether ...