MaxART: Overview of scientific publications
MaxART: Overview of scientific publications
- Charmaine Khudzie Mlambo, Eva Vernooij, Roos Geut, Eliane Vrolings, Buyisile Shongwe, Saima Jiwan, Yvette Fleming and Gavin Khumalo, (2019), Experiences from a community advisory board in the implementation of early access to ART for all in Eswatini: a qualitative study, BMC Medical Ethics https://rdcu.be/bKETN
- Molemans, M. , Vernooij, E. , Dlamini, N. , Shabalala, F. S., Khan, S. , Leth, F. , Gomez, G. B. and Reis, R. (2019), Changes in disclosure, adherence and healthcare interactions after the introduction of immediate ART initiation: an analysis of patient experiences in Swaziland. Trop Med Int Health. doi:10.1111/tmi.13214
- Christopher Pell et al. ‘Then her neighbour will not know her status’: how health providers advocate antiretroviral therapy under universal test and treat. International Health (2018) doi.org/10.1093/inthealth/ihy058. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene (RSTMH). Available online at: https://academic.oup.com/inthealth/advance-article/doi/10.1093/inthealth/ihy058/5076194
- Fortunate S Shabalala, Eva Vernooij, Christopher Pell, Njabulo Simelane, Nelisiwe Masilela, Donna Spiegelman, Boyang Chai, Shaukat Khan and Ria Reis. Understanding reasons for discontinued antiretroviral treatment among clients in test and treat: a qualitative study in Swaziland. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2018, 21(S4):e25120
- Shaukat Khan, Emma Mafara, Munyaradzi Pasipamire, Donna Spiegelman, Sikhathele Mazibuko, Nombuso Ntshalintshali, Anita Hettema, Charlotte Lejeune, Fiona Walsh and Velephi Okello. Identification of misdiagnosed HIV clients in an Early Access to ART for All implementation study in Swaziland. Journal of International AIDS Society 08/2017; 20(S6)
- Christopher Pell, Eva Vernooij, Nelisiwe Masilela, Njabulo Simelane, Fortunate Shabalala & Ria Reis. False starts in ‘test and start’: a qualitative study of reasons for delayed antiretroviral therapy in Swaziland. International Health, 10(2): 78–83.
- Vernooij, E. Navigating multipositionality in ‘insider’ ethnography. Medicine, Anthropology Theory, 4(2): 34-49.
- Marjan Molemans, Eva Vernooij, Njabuliso Dlamini, Fortunate S. Shabalala, Shaukat Khan, Frank van Leth, Gabriela B. Gomez& Ria Reis. Changes in disclosure, adherence and healthcare interactions following the introduction of immediate ART initiation: a descriptive analysis of patient experiences in Swaziland. Submitted to Tropical Medicine and International Health.
- Christopher Pell, Ria Reis, Njabuliso Dlamini, Eileen Moyer & Eva Vernooij. Health worker perspectives on implementing universal test and treat for HIV: a qualitative study in Swaziland. Submitted to International Health.
- Vernooij, E. Anticipating biosociality in support groups in Swaziland. Submitted to Medical Anthropology.
- Thandeka Dlamini-Simelane & Eileen Moyer (UvA) Task shifting or shifting care practices? The impact of task shifting on patients'experiences and health care arrangements in Swaziland BMC Health Services Research, January 2017,
- Fiona J. Walsh, Till Bärnighausen, Wim Delva, Yvette Fleming, Gavin Khumalo, Charlotte L. Lejeune, Sikhathele Mazibuko, Charmaine Khudzie Mlambo, Ria Reis, Donna Spiegelman, Mandisa Zwane and Velephi Okello. Impact of early initiation versus national standard of care of antiretroviral therapy in Swaziland’s public sector health system: study protocol for a stepped-wedge randomized trial. Trials, August 2017.
- Camlin, Carol S.; Seeley, Janet; Viljoen, Lario; Vernooij, Eva; Simwinga, Musonda; Reynolds, Lindsey; Reis, Ria; Plank, Rebeca; Orne-Gliemann, Joanna; McGrath, Nuala; Larmarange, Joseph; Hoddinott, Graeme; Getahun, Monica; Charlebois, Edwin D.; Bond, Virginia. Strengthening universal HIV ‘test-and-treat’ approaches with social science research (a position statement). AIDS, official Journal of the AIDS Society. March 2016
- Fortunate Shabalala, Ariane De Lannoy, Eileen Moyer and Ria Reis (UVA). Rethinking the family in the context of care for adolescents living with HIV in Swaziland Aids Care 2016, vol 28, July 2016
- Eva Vernooij, Mandhla Mehlo, Anita Hardon and Ria Reis (UVA). Access for all: contextualising HIV treatment as prevention in Swaziland. Aids Care 2016, vol 28, July 2016
- Thandeka T.T. Dlamini-Simelane & Eileen Moyer (UvA) 'Lost to follow up': Rethinking delayed and interrupted HIV treatment among married Swazi Women. Health Policy and Planning, October 2016 .
- Alfred Adams & Eileen Moyer (UvA). Sex is never the same: Men's perspectives on refusing circumcision from an in-depth qualitative study in Kwaluseni, Swaziland Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice, February 2015
 The data collection for this paper was done by Eva Vernooij as part of her PhD research which was not part of the EAAA social science research, and was funded separately by the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research.