• Audet CM, Gutin SA, Blevins M, Chiau E, Alvim F, Jose E, Vaz LM, Shepherd BE, Dawson Rose C. The Impact of Visual Aids and Enhanced Training on the Delivery of Positive Health, Dignity, and Prevention Messages to Adult Patients Living with HIV in Rural North Central Mozambique. PloS one. 10(7). e0130676. PMID: 26147115 [PubMed]. PMCID: PMC4493138.

Abstract 

Positive health, dignity, and prevention (PHDP) interventions target people living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV) to promote well-being and prevent onward transmission. Concern that increased life expectancy and improved well-being would lead to increased risky sexual behaviour and subsequent HIV transmission motivated researchers to test novel strategies to support treatment adherence, encourage safer sex, STI treatment and partner testing, prevention of mother to child transmission, and support uptake of family planning.