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"It's better not to know": perceived barriers to HIV voluntary counseling and testing among sub-Saharan African migrants in Belgium.
This study explored perceptions, needs, and barriers of sub-Saharan African migrants in relation to HIV voluntary counseling and testing (VCT). Using an inductive qualitative methodological approach,Expand
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"It is not easy": challenges for provider-initiated HIV testing and counseling in Flanders, Belgium.
This study identified physicians' HIV testing practices and their barriers toward implementing provider-initiated HIV testing and counseling (PITC) for Sub-Saharan African migrants (SAM) in Flanders,Expand
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HIV testing in primary care: feasibility and acceptability of provider initiated HIV testing and counseling for sub-Saharan African migrants.
Provider-initiated HIV testing and counseling (PITC) is recommended to reduce late HIV diagnoses, common among Sub-Saharan African migrants (SAM) residing in Europe. Primary care represents an idealExpand
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First HIV prevalence estimates of a representative sample of adult sub-Saharan African migrants in a European city. Results of a community-based, cross-sectional study in Antwerp, Belgium
Introduction While sub-Saharan African migrants are the second largest group affected by HIV in Europe, sound HIV prevalence estimates based on representative samples of these heterogeneousExpand
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Mortalité néonatale précoce à l'hôpital de gynécologie-obstétrique de Hanoï, Vietnam
Une etude retrospective a ete faite sur 18834 naissances consecutives ayant eu lieu a l'hopital de gynecologie-obstetrique de Hanoi, du 1er janvier 1991 au 31 decembre 1995. Pour ces cinq annees. laExpand
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Acceptability of a Community-Based Outreach HIV-Testing Intervention Using Oral Fluid Collection Devices and Web-Based HIV Test Result Collection Among Sub-Saharan African Migrants: A Mixed-Method
Background Late human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) diagnosis is common among sub-Saharan African migrants. To address their barriers to HIV testing uptake and improve timely HIV diagnoses and linkageExpand
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HIV testing history and access to treatment among migrants living with HIV in Europe
Migrants are overrepresented in the European HIV epidemic. We aimed to understand the barriers and facilitators to HIV testing and current treatment and healthcare needs of migrants living with HIVExpand
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PrEP for African migrants in Europe? A research agenda.
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TOGETHER Project to Increase Understanding of the HIV Epidemic Among Sub-Saharan African Migrants: Protocol of Community-Based Participatory Mixed-Method Studies
Background Sub-Saharan African Migrants (SAM) are the second largest group affected by HIV/AIDS in Belgium and the rest of Western Europe. Increasing evidence shows that, more than previouslyExpand
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