Population mobility and retention in HIV care among postpartum women in South Africa
Principal Investigator(s): Kate Clouse, Ph.D., M.P.H.
HIV Mobility and Engagement in Care in TN
The project connects Vanderbilt researchers across disciplines in order to understand how often people living with HIV move within or outside of the state, and if this mobility is associated with HIV outcomes.
CareConekta: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of a mobile health intervention to improve engagement in postpartum HIV care in South Africa
South Africa has more HIV/AIDS patients than any other country and is home to the world’s largest antiretroviral program. According to the World Bank, as of 2018 the prevalence of HIV among South Africans ages 15 to 49 was 20.4%. Nearly one in three pregnant women attending antenatal care in South Africa is living with HIV. As South Africans with HIV move around the country, there is a risk they will disengage from the health care system or otherwise become lost to follow-up care.
The South African National HIV Pregnancy Cohort: evaluating continuity of care among women living with HIV
Project Details: NIH Reporter