Journal Articles | April 2017

Addressing Early Retention in Antenatal Care Among HIV-Positive Women Through a Simple Intervention in Kinshasa, DRC

The Elombe “Champion” Standard Operating Procedure

Overview

Country:

Democratic Republic of Congo

Topics:

Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission

This cluster-randomized study measures the use of a standardized process (a standard operating procedure) to ensure consistency in retention support among HIV-positive women. It’s findings demonstrate a simple use of a procedure document has a positive effect on early retention of HIV-positive pregnant women on ART.

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