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HIV risk perceptions and behaviors of 236 commercial sex workers from three major Mozambican urban centers were studied using the International Rapid Assessment, Response and Evaluation (I-RARE) methodology. All were offered HIV testing and, in Maputo, syphilis testing was offered as well. Sixty-three of the 236 opted for HIV testing, with 30 (48%) testing(More)
OBJECTIVE To present the pregnancy results and interim birth results of a pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing routine iron prophylaxis with screening and treatment for anaemia during pregnancy in a setting of endemic malaria and HIV. DESIGN A pragmatic randomised controlled trial. SETTING Two health centres (1° de Maio and Machava) in(More)
Web 2.0 tools helps enterprises to increase innovation. Many organizations seek this kind of tools so they can be competitive in the global world we live today. The Portuguese Financial sector has been very competitive and has used innovation to leverage over competitors. Considering the potential for innovation associated with Web 2.0 and the innovation(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare routine versus selective (ie, screening and treatment for anaemia) prenatal iron prophylaxis in a malaria-endemic and HIV-prevalent setting, an extended analysis including previously missing data. DESIGN A pragmatic randomised controlled clinical trial. SETTING 2 health centres in Maputo, Mozambique. PARTICIPANTS Pregnant women(More)
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