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Survival and risk factors for mortality among HIV/Tuberculosis co-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy in a resource limited setting
Background: Tuberculosis is the most common opportunistic infection and most frequent cause of mortality among HIV-infected persons in resource constrained settings and the number of patients with co-infection continues ...
Morbidity changes between HIV unexposed uninfected and HIV exposed uninfected children in Harare –a secondary data analysis
Background: Optimising the survival of HIV exposed uninfected (HEU) infants is a major challenge. There is a significant swift increase in the HEU population due to the introduction of the highly active antiretroviral ...
Comparison of CD4+ T-Cell changes in response to highly active antiviral therapy (HAART) in adolescents and children enrolled at Parirenyatwa Hospital Family Care Centre (2005-2010) - Secondary Data Analysis
Background In general, there is an increase in CD4 cell count after initiating on HAART. Despite an increasing trend of access to HAART there is a paucity of studies examining the changes in CD4 count over time in Zimbabwe ...
Identifying motivational factors in job performance and how they relate to attrition among village health workers in Shurugwi and Chirumanzu districts, Zimbabwe.
Background: Motivation is one of the key determinants of village health worker performance. Motivation is difficult to assess and can be measured by a series of questions which can be grouped into smaller sets that accurately ...
Evaluation of Factors Associated with HIV Prevalence among 15- to 49-Year-Olds in Chimanimani District of Zimbabwe: Divergence and Similarity of the Two Statistical Methods
Introduction AIDS surveillance has been the cornerstone of national efforts to monitor the spread of HIV infection in the world and to target HIV-prevention programs and health-care services. HIV case surveillance provides ...