Maureen Nyonyintono

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BACKGROUND Community-drug distribution point is a care model for stable patients in the community designed to make ART delivery more efficient for the health system and provide appropriate support to encourage long-term retention of patients. We examined program retention among ART program participants in rural Uganda, which has used a community-based(More)
BACKGROUND We examined the real-world effectiveness of ART as an HIV prevention tool among HIV serodiscordant couples in a programmatic setting in a low-income country. METHODS We enrolled individuals from HIV serodiscordant couples aged ≥18 years of age in Jinja, Uganda from June 2009 - June 2011. In one group of couples the HIV positive partner was(More)
OBJECTIVES We examined sexual decision making type among couples in HIV sero-discordant partnerships in Uganda, and investigated how sexual decision making type changed over time and its effect on condom use. METHODS Data were drawn from a longitudinal cohort of HIV sero-discordant couples, recruited through the AIDS Support Organisation in Jinja, Uganda.(More)
BACKGROUND The intimate nature of sexuality makes it challenging to accurately measure sexual behaviour. To assess response reliability, we examined agreement between couples in heterosexual HIV sero-discordant partnership on survey questions regarding condom use and sexual decision-making. METHODS Data for this analysis come from baseline data from a(More)
BACKGROUND We examined several measures of self-reported HIV risk behaviour in mutually disclosed sero-discordant couples over time to see if a couples counselling intervention was associated with changes in these behaviors. METHODS We analysed data from a prospective cohort study of HIV sero-discordant couples in Jinja, Uganda collected between June 2009(More)
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