Graeme Hoddinott
Graeme Hoddinott
Desmond Tutu TB Centre, Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health
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HIV prevention for South African youth: which interventions work? A systematic review of current evidence
A Harrison, ML Newell, J Imrie, G Hoddinott
BMC public health 10 (1), 1-12, 2010
Effect of universal testing and treatment on HIV incidence—HPTN 071 (PopART)
RJ Hayes, D Donnell, S Floyd, N Mandla, J Bwalya, K Sabapathy, B Yang, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 381 (3), 207-218, 2019
HIV-related stigma and universal testing and treatment for HIV prevention and care: design of an implementation science evaluation nested in the HPTN 071 (PopART) cluster …
JR Hargreaves, A Stangl, V Bond, G Hoddinott, S Krishnaratne, ...
Health policy and planning 31 (10), 1342-1354, 2016
Good health and moral responsibility: key concepts underlying the interpretation of treatment as prevention in South Africa and Zambia before rolling out universal HIV testing …
V Bond, G Hoddinott, L Viljoen, M Simuyaba, M Musheke, J Seeley, ...
AIDS patient care and STDs 30 (9), 425-434, 2016
Why MSM in rural South African communities should be an HIV prevention research priority
J Imrie, G Hoddinott, S Fuller, S Oliver, ML Newell
AIDS and Behavior 17 (1), 70-76, 2013
Community intervention improves knowledge of HIV status of adolescents in Zambia: findings from HPTN 071-PopART for youth study
K Shanaube, MJC Ab Schaap, S Floyd, C Mackworth-Young, G Hoddinott, ...
AIDS (London, England) 31 (Suppl 3), S221, 2017
Understanding the time needed to link to care and start ART in seven HPTN 071 (PopART) study communities in Zambia and South Africa
J Seeley, V Bond, B Yang, S Floyd, D MacLeod, L Viljoen, M Phiri, ...
AIDS and Behavior 23 (4), 929-946, 2019
Predictors of timely linkage‐to‐ART within universal test and treat in the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia and South Africa: findings from a nested case‐control study
K Sabapathy, C Mubekapi‐Musadaidzwa, C Mulubwa, A Schaap, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 20 (4), e25037, 2017
“The difference that makes a difference”: highlighting the role of variable contexts within an HIV Prevention Community Randomised Trial (HPTN 071/PopART) in 21 study …
V Bond, B Chiti, G Hoddinott, L Reynolds, A Schaap, M Simuyaba, ...
AIDS care 28 (sup3), 99-107, 2016
Post-tuberculosis lung health: perspectives from the First International Symposium
BW Allwood, MM van der Zalm, AFS Amaral, A Byrne, S Datta, U Egere, ...
The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 24 (8), 820-828, 2020
The long shadow post-tuberculosis
B Allwood, M van der Zalm, G Makanda, K Mortimer, AA FS, E Uzochukwu, ...
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 19 (11), 1170-1171, 2019
“Being seen” at the clinic: Zambian and South African health worker reflections on the relationship between health facility spatial organisation and items and HIV stigma in 21 …
V Bond, S Nomsenge, M Mwamba, D Ziba, A Birch, ...
Health & place 55, 87-99, 2019
Strengthening universal HIV ‘test-and-treat’approaches with social science research
CS Camlin, J Seeley, L Viljoen, E Vernooij, M Simwinga, L Reynolds, ...
AIDS (London, England) 30 (6), 969, 2016
Individual and community-level risk factors for HIV stigma in 21 Zambian and South African communities: analysis of data from the HPTN071 (PopART) study
JR Hargreaves, S Krishnaratne, H Mathema, PS Lilleston, K Sievwright, ...
AIDS (London, England) 32 (6), 783, 2018
Implementing community engagement for combination prevention: lessons learnt from the first year of the HPTN 071 (PopART) community-randomized study
M Simwinga, V Bond, N Makola, G Hoddinott, S Belemu, R White, ...
Current HIV/AIDS Reports 13 (4), 194-201, 2016
Shorter treatment for minimal tuberculosis (TB) in children (SHINE): a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
C Chabala, A Turkova, MJ Thomason, E Wobudeya, S Hissar, V Mave, ...
Trials 19 (1), 1-12, 2018
Households, fluidity, and HIV service delivery in Zambia and South Africa–an exploratory analysis of longitudinal qualitative data from the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial
G Hoddinott, H Myburgh, L De Villiers, R Ndubani, J Mantantana, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 21, e25135, 2018
Retention in care and factors critical for effectively implementing antiretroviral adherence clubs in a rural district in South Africa
P Bock, C Gunst, L Maschilla, R Holtman, N Grobbelaar, D Wademan, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 22 (10), e25396, 2019
Spinning plates: livelihood mobility, household responsibility and anti‐retroviral treatment in an urban Zambian community during the HPTN 071 (PopART) study
V Bond, F Ngwenya, A Thomas, M Simuyaba, G Hoddinott, S Fidler, ...
Journal of the International AIDS Society 21, e25117, 2018
Value and limitations of broad brush surveys used in community-randomized trials in Southern Africa
V Bond, F Ngwenya, E Murray, N Ngwenya, L Viljoen, D Gumede, ...
Qualitative health research 29 (5), 700-718, 2019
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