JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 4: Living with HIV/AIDS


On World AIDS Day, Andy Nobes takes a look at some recent research into HIV/AIDS from Southern researchers

Today is World AIDS Day. HIV/AIDS is a pressing issue for many of the countries in which INASP works. It is also a significant focus for research in these countries. This series of posts share a selection of recent research on the topic from the Journals Online (JOLs) platforms.

The first post looked at some research in the area of public knowledge and education about HIV and AIDS. The second post looked at research into the broader health implications of HIV/AIDS, the complications and the effectiveness of different approaches to treatment. The third post looked at a range of research into the disease, its prevalence and potential treatment. In this final post we share some recent research into living with HIV/AIDS.

(Some articles on the AJOL platform may not be open access. However, researchers in the developing world can register for free access on the AJOL website).

Medication Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy Among Patients Visiting Antiretroviral Therapy Center at Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Kathmandu, Nepal
Kathmandu University Medical Journal

Quality of Life Among HIV Positive Individuals in Kathmandu Valley and Eastern Region of Nepal
Kathmandu University Medical Journal

On the way towards zero discrimination; What do people living with HIV think?
Sri Lanka Journal of Venereology

The economics, financing and implementation of HIV treatment as prevention: What will it take to get there?
African Journal of AIDS Research

Attitudes Of Nurses And Midwives Toward People Living With Hiv/Aids In Minna Municipality: Implications For Guidance And Counselling
Nigerian Journal of Guidance and Counselling

Fear of disclosure among women living with HIV and AIDS: The case of Mankweng area, Limpopo Province
African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance

Stigma and Discrimination in HIV/AIDS; The greatest Challenge to HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, Support and Treatment
Nigerian Journal of Family Practice

Stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS in health care settings: a comparative study in two hospitals of different categories in Douala-Cameroon
Journal of Medical and Biomedical Sciences

Parenting experiences of couples living with human immunodeficiency virus: A qualitative study from rural Southern Malawi
SAHARA J (Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance)

Socio-economic and demographic factors related to HIV status in urban informal settlements in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
African Journal of AIDS Research

Developing and implementing global gender policy to reduce HIV and AIDS in low- and middle -income countries: Policy makers’ perspectives
African Journal of AIDS Research

Discriminatory Attitudes of Pharmacy Students and Pharmacists against People Living with HIV/AIDS
Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research

Reproductive behaviour among women on antiretroviral therapy in Botswana: mismatched pregnancy plans and contraceptive use
African Journal of AIDS Research

Evaluation of Socio-Demographic Characteristics of HIV/AIDS Patients in a Tertiary Hospital
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences

Improving Health Services for Adolescents Living with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Multi-Country Assessment
African Journal of Reproductive Health

Impact of Pharmacists’ Interventions on Health Related Quality of Life in HIV/AIDS Patients
Afrimedic Journal

Andy Nobes
Andy Nobes is a Programme Coordinator at INASP.

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