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Can palliative care integrated within HIV outpatient settings improve pain and symptom control in a low-income country?
Harding, R., Simms, V., Alexander, C., Collins, K., Combo, E., Memiah, P., Patrick, G., Sigalla, G., & Loy, G. (2013). Can palliative care integrated within HIV outpatient settings improve pain and symptom control in a low-income country?: A prospective, longitudinal, controlled intervention evaluation. AIDS Care, 25(7), 795-804. doi:10.1080/09540121.2012.736608
Assessment of community mobilization and home-based HIV counselling and testing offered by health facilities in rural Uganda
Shumba, C. S., Atuhaire, L., Memiah, P., & Atukunda, R. (2013). Assessment of community mobilization and home-based HIV counselling and testing offered by health facilities in rural Uganda. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 17(4), 171-176.
Predictors of HIV serodiscordance among couples in southwestern Ethiopia
Habte, E., Yami, A., Alemseged, F., Abdissa, Y., Deribe, K., Memiah, P., & Biadgilign, S. (2015). Predictors of HIV serodiscordance among couples in southwestern Ethiopia. International Association of Providers of AIDS Care, 14(3), 234-240. doi:10.1177/2325957413488177
Early versus delayed mortality among HIV infected patients initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy in Tanzania
Memiah, P., Mbizo, J., Komba, P., Telwa, E., Mwakyusa, S., Maghimbi, A., Etienne, M., Phillips, A., Swain, C., Hill, A., Shumba, C., & Biadgilign, S. (2016). Early versus delayed mortality among HIV infected patients initiating highly active antiretroviral therapy in Tanzania. Journal of Research in Applied Sciences, 3(1), 178-185.
From emergency to sustainability
Marten, M. G. (2017). From emergency to sustainability: Shifting objectives in the US Government’s HIV response in Tanzania. Global Public Health, 12(8), 988-1003. doi:10.1080/17441692.2015.1094707
Living with HIV as donor aid declines in Tanzania
Marten, M. G. (2019). Living with HIV as donor aid declines in Tanzania. Medical Anthropology. doi:10.1080/01459740.2019.1644334