Enhancing the Continuum of Response for HIV Care in Uganda

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) patients surveyed were most likely to switch between health sectors when making decisions about where to receive HIV testing, initial HIV care, and ART initiation. Treatment pathways stabilized after ART initiation, but many respondents switched to a different sector for treatment of opportunistic infections.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
November 2017
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Uganda
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
AIDS
antiretroviral treatment
HIV counseling and testing
HIV/AIDS
Sub-Saharan Africa
Current Downloads
36

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