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The relationship between factors that influence men, aged 20-50 years’ perceptions and their participation in PMTCT programmes in Gwanda urban
Perception may negatively or positively influence men’s participation in PMTCT, which can lead to a rise in the morbidity and mortality rates among family members (father, mother and babies). The purpose of the study was ...
Compliance and loss to follow up of HIV negative and positive mothers recruited from a PMTCT programme in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences, 2007)
Objective: To describe the methodological challenges of a nine months follow up study of mothers recruited from a national Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission (PMTCT) programme with regards to defaulters, drop outs ...
The study to determine the relationship between perceptions of PMTCT and PMTCT uptake among antenatal women aged 18 – 40 years attending Highfield polyclinic.
The Zimbabwe MOHCH Annual Report (2007) highlighted that despite achievements in PMTCT, the national uptake remained fluctuating and low due to social-cultural and economic challenges, lower social status of women, increasing ...
The relationship between psychosocial support and PMTCT uptake among HIV positive pregnant women at Chitungwiza Central Hospital.
The study determined the relationship between psychosocial support and uptake of PMTCT among HIV positive pregnant women at Chitungwiza Central Hospital antenatal clinic. The independent variable was psychosocial support ...
The relationship between perceived quality of provider initiated testing and counselling service and disclosure among urban antenatal mothers aged 18 – 40 years in Makoni district
Antenatal mothers on the PMTCT programmes appear to be having problems in disclosing their HIV status. The purpose of this descriptive correlational study was to examine the relationship between perceived quality of PITC ...