Perspectives of healthcare providers and HIV-affected individuals and couples during the development of a Safer Conception Counseling Toolkit in Kenya: stigma, fears, and recommendations for the delivery of services.

@article{Mmeje2016PerspectivesOH,
  title={Perspectives of healthcare providers and HIV-affected individuals and couples during the development of a Safer Conception Counseling Toolkit in Kenya: stigma, fears, and recommendations for the delivery of services.},
  author={Okeoma Mmeje and Betty W Njoroge and Eliud Omondi Akama and Anna Maytum Leddy and Brooke T Breitnauer and Lynae A Darbes and Joelle Brown},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2016},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          750-7
        }
}
Reproduction is important to many HIV-affected individuals and couples and healthcare providers (HCPs) are responsible for providing resources to help them safely conceive while minimizing the risk of sexual and perinatal HIV transmission. In order to fulfill their reproductive goals, HIV-affected individuals and their partners need access to information regarding safer methods of conception. The objective of this qualitative study was to develop a Safer Conception Counseling Toolkit that can… CONTINUE READING
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