Strong effects of home-based voluntary HIV counselling and testing on acceptance and equity: A cluster randomised trial in Zambia
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- World Bank, 2015. "Zambias HIV Response," World Bank Other Operational Studies 22080, The World Bank.
- Jürgensen, Marte & Sandøy, Ingvild F. & Michelo, Charles & Fylkesnes, Knut & Mwangala, Sheila & Blystad, Astrid, 2013. "The seven Cs of the high acceptability of home-based VCT: Results from a mixed methods approach in Zambia," Social Science & Medicine, Elsevier, vol. 97(C), pages 210-219.
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KeywordsSub-Saharan Africa; Zambia; Cluster-randomized trial; HIV/AIDS; Voluntary counselling and testing (VCT); Home-based testing; Equity; Consent;
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