World Journal of AIDS

World Journal of AIDS

ISSN Print: 2160-8814
ISSN Online: 2160-8822
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[1] Exploring the mechanism through which a child-friendly storybook addresses barriers to child-participation during HIV care in primary healthcare settings in …
2021
[2] Disclosure of HIV/AIDS status to infected children in Ghana–A north-south comparison of barriers and enablers
2021
[3] HIV-positive status disclosure and associated factors among children in public health facilities in Dire Dawa, Eastern Ethiopia: A cross-sectional study
2020
[4] Disclosure of human immunodeficiency virus status to children: Pattern followed by parents and caregivers
2020
[5] Communication about HIV and medication between caregivers and children with perinatally acquired HIV in Moretele sub district
2019
[6] HIV Disclosure in Children in This Millenium–Should It still be an Issue?
2019
[7] Prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Status Disclosure Among Young Adolescents Enrolled on Antiretroviral Therapy in Johannesburg, South Africa
2019
[8] Magnitude and barriers of parents and caregivers disclosure of HIV positive status to their HIV infected children in Kinondoni Municipality Dar es salaam Tanzania
2018
[9] Breaking Down Barriers to Tell: A Mixed Methods Study of Health Worker Involvement in Disclosing to Children That They Are Living with HIV in Rural South Africa
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 2018
[10] Perinatally acquired HIV-positive status disclosure and associated factors in Dire Dawa and Harar, Eastern Ethiopia: a health facility-based cross-sectional …
2018
[11] Caregiving in Sub-Saharan Africa and Older, Female Caregivers in the Era of HIV/AIDS: A Namibian Perspective
2018
[12] Human immunodeficiency virus infection disclosure status to infected school aged children and associated factors in bale zone, Southeast Ethiopia: cross …
2018
[13] Fear of stigma, beliefs, and knowledge about HIV are barriers to early access to HIV testing and disclosure for perinatally infected children and adolescents in rural …
South African Family Practice, 2017
[14] Fear of stigma, beliefs, and knowledge about HIV are barriers to early access to HIV testing and disclosure for perinatally infected children and adolescents in rural …
Ethology Ecology & Evolution, 2017
[15] Prevalence of, and barriers to the disclosure of HIV status to infected children and adolescents in a district of Ghana
2017
[16] To tell or not to tell: Dimensions of disclosure to children with HIV in the Zambezi region of Northern Namibia
Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 2017
[17] Prevention of mental and behavioral disorders in HIV-Positive adolescents and youth in Kigali-Rwanda
2017
[18] EFFECT OF FAMILY CONFERENCING ON THE PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS OF CAREGIVERS OF HIV INFECTED CHILDREN ATTENDING SPECIAL …
2017
[19] A Cross-Sectional Study of Pediatric HIV Disclosure in Rural Zimbabwe
2017
[20] Disclosure of parental illness to children: Examples from HIV/AIDS.
2017
[21] The content of disclosure messages to children with perinatal acquired HIV: Implications for disclosure interventions and guidelines for caregivers in resource-limited …
2016
[22] The content of disclosure messages to children with perinatal acquired HIV: Implications for disclosure interventions and guidelines for caregivers in resource-limited …
2016
[23] The content of disclosure messages to children with perinatal acquired HIV: Implications for disclosure interventions and guidelines for caregivers in resource …
2016
[24] Determinants and processes of HIV status disclosure to HIV - infected children aged 4 to 17 years receiving HIV care services at Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Tanzania, Centre of Excellence (COE) in Mbeya: a cross-sectional study
BMC Pediatrics, 2015
[25] Health care workers’ perspectives about disclosure to HIV-infected children; Cross-sectional survey of health facilities in Gauteng and Mpumalanga provinces, South Africa
PeerJ PrePrints, 2015
[26] Necessity of Systematic HIV Disclosure in HIV-infected Families: Committed Communities Development Trust’s Approach and Intervention
Indian Pediatrics, 2015
[27] Determinants and processes of HIV status disclosure to HIV-infected children aged 4 to 17 years receiving HIV care services at Baylor College of Medicine …
2015
[28] From Committed Communities Development Trust, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, US. Correspondence to: Pavitri Dwivedi, Public Health …
2015
[29] HIV-positive parents, HIV-positive children, and HIV-negative children's perspectives on disclosure of a parent's and child's illness in Kenya
PeerJ, 2014
[30] A Cross-Sectional Study of Disclosure of HIV Status to Children and Adolescents in Western Kenya
PloS one, 2014
[31] Challenges of Caregivers to Disclose their Children's HIV Positive Status Receiving Highly Active Anti Retroviral Therapy at Pediatric AntiRetroviral Therapy Clinics in Bahir Dar, North West Ethiopia
Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research, 2013
[32] Prevalence and factors associated with disclosure of HIV diagnosis to infected children receiving antiretroviral treatment in public health care facilities in Gauteng ,South Africa
CLINICAL RESEARCH IN HIV AIDS AND PREVENTION, 2013
[33] Prevalence and factors associated with disclosure of HIV diagnosis to infected children receiving antiretroviral treatment in public health care facilities in …
2013
[34] Challenges of caregivers to disclose their children's HIV positive status receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy at pediatric antiretroviral therapy clinics in …
2013
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