Mistrust in marriage-Reasons why men do not accept couple HIV testing during antenatal care- a qualitative study in eastern Uganda

@inproceedings{Larsson2010MistrustIM,
  title={Mistrust in marriage-Reasons why men do not accept couple HIV testing during antenatal care- a qualitative study in eastern Uganda},
  author={Elin C. Larsson and Anna Ekeus Thorson and Xavier Nsabagasani and Sarah Namusoko and Rebecca Popenoe and Anna Mia Ekstr{\"o}m},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND A policy for couple HIV counseling and testing was introduced in 2006 in Uganda, urging pregnant women and their spouses to be HIV tested together during antenatal care (ANC). The policy aims to identify HIV-infected pregnant women to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV through prophylactic antiretroviral treatment, to provide counseling, and to link HIV-infected persons to care. However, the uptake of couple testing remains low. This study explores men's views on, and… CONTINUE READING
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