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Health worker access to HIV/TB prevention, treatment, and care services in Africa: situational analysis and mapping of routine and current best practices


Author
Corbett et al.

Publication year
2007

Country
Multi-country

Type of approach
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Type of assistance
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Specimen
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Study population
Health-care workers: Health-care workers

Study design
Values and preferences

Sample size
938

UNAIDS HIV prevalence (2017)
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Methodology
Cross-sectional survey among health workers that served as a situational analysis.

Summary of findings
70% of health-care workers reported that they had ever tested for HIV; 80% reported that they were interested in HIVST if it was available; and 31% reported that they had already self-tested. 46% of health workers said that they had sought confirmatory testing, but the majority reported that HIVST was not their last HIV test.

Acceptability
0.8

Acceptability details
80% reported that they were interested in HIVST if it was available.

Willingness to pay
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Willingness to pay details
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Sensitivity
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Specificity
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Concordance
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HIV positivity
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Accuracy details
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Social harm
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Linkage to prevention, care and treatment
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Study status
Completed