2018

 

Publications

The following manuscripts have been published:

  1. Bock, P., G. Fatti, N. Ford, K. Jennings, J. Kruger, C. Gunst, F. Louis, N. Grobbelaar, K. Shanaube, S. Floyd, A. Grimwood, R. Hayes, H. Ayles, S. Fidler, N. Beyers, and H.t. team, Attrition when providing antiretroviral treatment at CD4 counts >500cells/muL at three government clinics included in the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in South Africa. PLoS One, 2018. 13(4): p. e0195127.
  2. Bock, P., K. Jennings, R. Vermaak, H. Cox, G. Meintjes, G. Fatti, J. Kruger, V. De Azevedo, L. Maschilla, F. Louis, C. Gunst, N. Grobbelaar, R. Dunbar, M. Limbada, S. Floyd, A. Grimwood, H. Ayles, R. Hayes, S. Fidler, and N. Beyers, Incidence of Tuberculosis Among HIV-Positive Individuals Initiating Antiretroviral Treatment at Higher CD4 Counts in the HPTN 071 (PopART) Trial in South Africa. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 2018. 77(1): p. 93-101.
  3. Bond, V., F. Ngwenya, E. Murray, N. Ngwenya, L. Viljoen, D. Gumede, C. Bwalya, J. Mantantana, G. Hoddinott, P.J. Dodd, H. Ayles, M. Simwinga, S. Wallman, and J. Seeley, Value and Limitations of Broad Brush Surveys Used in Community-Randomized Trials in Southern Africa. Qual Health Res, 2018: p. 1049732318809940.
  4. Bond, V., F. Ngwenya, A. Thomas, M. Simuyaba, G. Hoddinott, S. Fidler, R. Hayes, H. Ayles, J. Seeley, and H.s. team, Spinning plates: livelihood mobility, household responsibility and anti-retroviral treatment in an urban Zambian community during the HPTN 071 (PopART) study. J Int AIDS Soc, 2018. 21 Suppl 4: p. e25117.
  5. Bradley, J., S. Floyd, E. Piwowar-Manning, O. Laeyendecker, A. Young, N. Bell-Mandla, J. Bwalya, P. Bock, S. Fidler, H. Ayles, R.J. Hayes, and H.S. Team, Sexually Transmitted Bedfellows: Exquisite Association Between HIV and Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 in 21 Communities in Southern Africa in the HIV Prevention Trials Network 071 (PopART) Study. J Infect Dis, 2018. 218(3): p. 443-452.
  6. Chi, B.H., W. Mutale, J. Winston, W. Phiri, J.T. Price, A. Mwiche, H. Ayles, and J.S.A. Stringer, Infant Human Immunodeficiency Virus-free Survival in the Era of Universal Antiretroviral Therapy for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women: A Community-based Cohort Study From Rural Zambia. Pediatr Infect Dis J, 2018. 37(11): p. 1137-1141.
  7. Chi, B.H., W. Mutale, J. Winston, W. Phiri, J.T. Price, A. Mwiche, H. Ayles, and J.S.A. Stringer, Infant HIV-Free Survival in the Era of Universal Antiretroviral Therapy for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women: A Community-Based Cohort Study from Rural Zambia. Pediatr Infect Dis J, 2018.
  8. d’Elbee, M., P.P. Indravudh, L. Mwenge, M.M. Kumwenda, M. Simwinga, A.T. Choko, B. Hensen, M. Neuman, J.J. Ong, E.L. Sibanda, C.C. Johnson, K. Hatzold, F.M. Cowan, H. Ayles, E.L. Corbett, and F. Terris-Prestholt, Preferences for linkage to HIV care services following a reactive self-test: discrete choice experiments in Malawi and Zambia. AIDS, 2018. 32(14): p. 2043-2049.
  9. Floyd, S., H. Ayles, A. Schaap, K. Shanaube, D. MacLeod, M. Phiri, S. Griffith, P. Bock, N. Beyers, S. Fidler, R. Hayes, and H.S. Team, Towards 90-90: Findings after two years of the HPTN 071 (PopART) cluster-randomized trial of a universal testing-and-treatment intervention in Zambia. PLoS One, 2018. 13(8): p. e0197904.
  10. Hargreaves, J.R., S. Krishnaratne, H. Mathema, P.S. Lilleston, K. Sievwright, N. Mandla, T. Mainga, R. Vermaak, E. Piwowar-Manning, A. Schaap, D. Donnell, H. Ayles, R.J. Hayes, G. Hoddinott, V. Bond, A. Stangl, and H.S. Team, Individual and community-level risk factors for HIV stigma in 21 Zambian and South African communities: analysis of data from the HPTN071 (PopART) study. AIDS, 2018. 32(6): p. 783-793.
  11. Hoddinott, G., H. Myburgh, L. de Villiers, R. Ndubani, J. Mantantana, A. Thomas, M. Mbewe, H. Ayles, P. Bock, J. Seeley, K. Shanaube, J. Hargreaves, V. Bond, L. Reynolds, and H.S. Team, Households, fluidity, and HIV service delivery in Zambia and South Africa – an exploratory analysis of longitudinal qualitative data from the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial. J Int AIDS Soc, 2018. 21 Suppl 4: p. e25135.
  12. Mwanza, W., D. Milimo, M.M. Chilufya, N. Kasese, M.C. Lengwe, S. Munkondya, P. de Haas, H. Ayles, and M. Muyoyeta, Diagnosis of rifampicin-resistant tuberculosis: Discordant results by diagnostic methods. Afr J Lab Med, 2018. 7(2): p. 806.
  13. Neuman, M., P. Indravudh, R. Chilongosi, M. d’Elbee, N. Desmond, K. Fielding, B. Hensen, C. Johnson, P. Mkandawire, A. Mwinga, M. Nalubamba, G. Ncube, L. Nyirenda, R. Nyrienda, E.O.I. Kampe, M. Taegtmeyer, F. Terris-Prestholt, H.A. Weiss, K. Hatzold, H. Ayles, and E.L. Corbett, The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of community-based lay distribution of HIV self-tests in increasing uptake of HIV testing among adults in rural Malawi and rural and peri-urban Zambia: protocol for STAR (self-testing for Africa) cluster randomized evaluations. BMC Public Health, 2018. 18(1): p. 1234.
  14. Perriat, D., L. Balzer, R. Hayes, S. Lockman, F. Walsh, H. Ayles, S. Floyd, D. Havlir, M. Kamya, R. Lebelonyane, L.A. Mills, V. Okello, M. Petersen, D. Pillay, K. Sabapathy, K. Wirth, J. Orne-Gliemann, F. Dabis, T. Universal, and C. Treat Trials, Comparative assessment of five trials of universal HIV testing and treatment in sub-Saharan Africa. J Int AIDS Soc, 2018. 21(1).
  15. Price, J.T., B.H. Chi, W.M. Phiri, H. Ayles, N. Chintu, R. Chilengi, J.S.A. Stringer, and W. Mutale, Associations between health systems capacity and mother-to-child HIV prevention program outcomes in Zambia. PLoS One, 2018. 13(9): p. e0202889.
  16. Sabapathy, K., C. Mulubwa, H. Mathema, C. Mubekapi-Musadaidzwa, A. Schaap, G. Hoddinott, J. Hargreaves, S. Floyd, H. Ayles, R. Hayes, and H.S. Team, Is home-based HIV testing universally acceptable? Findings from a case-control study nested within the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial. Trop Med Int Health, 2018. 23(6): p. 678-690.
  17. Seeley, J., V. Bond, B. Yang, S. Floyd, D. MacLeod, L. Viljoen, M. Phiri, M. Simuyaba, G. Hoddinott, K. Shanaube, C. Bwalya, L. de Villiers, K. Jennings, M. Mwanza, A. Schaap, R. Dunbar, K. Sabapathy, H. Ayles, P. Bock, R. Hayes, S. Fidler, and H.s. team, Understanding the Time Needed to Link to Care and Start ART in Seven HPTN 071 (PopART) Study Communities in Zambia and South Africa. AIDS Behav, 2018.
  18. Van Der Meeren, O., M. Hatherill, V. Nduba, R.J. Wilkinson, M. Muyoyeta, E. Van Brakel, H.M. Ayles, G. Henostroza, F. Thienemann, T.J. Scriba, A. Diacon, G.L. Blatner, M.A. Demoitie, M. Tameris, M. Malahleha, J.C. Innes, E. Hellstrom, N. Martinson, T. Singh, E.J. Akite, A. Khatoon Azam, A. Bollaerts, A.M. Ginsberg, T.G. Evans, P. Gillard, and D.R. Tait, Phase 2b Controlled Trial of M72/AS01E Vaccine to Prevent Tuberculosis. N Engl J Med, 2018. 379(17): p. 1621-1634.
  19. Yates, T.A., H. Ayles, F.P. Leacy, A. Schaap, D. Boccia, N. Beyers, P. Godfrey-Faussett, and S. Floyd, Socio-economic gradients in prevalent tuberculosis in Zambia and the Western Cape of South Africa. Trop Med Int Health, 2018. 23(4): p. 375-390.
  20. Bailey, S.L. and H. Ayles, Association between diabetes mellitus and active tuberculosis in Africa and the effect of HIV. Trop Med Int Health, 2017. 22(3): p. 261-268.
  21. Bock, P., C. Phiri, E. Piwowar-Manning, B. Kosloff, N. Mandla, A. Young, A. James, A. Schaap, M. Scheepers, D. Donnell, S. Griffith, W. El-Sadr, K. Shanaube, N. Beyers, R. Hayes, S. Fidler, H. Ayles, and H.S. Team, Understanding low sensitivity of community-based HIV rapid testing: experiences from the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia and South Africa. J Int AIDS Soc, 2017. 20(Suppl 6): p. 21780.
  22. Bond, V., S. Floyd, J. Fenty, A. Schaap, P. Godfrey-Faussett, M. Claassens, K. Shanaube, H. Ayles, and J.R. Hargreaves, Secondary analysis of tuberculosis stigma data from a cluster randomised trial in Zambia and South Africa (ZAMSTAR). Int J Tuberc Lung Dis, 2017. 21(11): p. 49-59.
  23. Claassens, M.M., C. van Schalkwyk, S. Floyd, H. Ayles, and N. Beyers, Symptom screening rules to identify active pulmonary tuberculosis: Findings from the Zambian South African Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Reduction (ZAMSTAR) trial prevalence surveys. PLoS One, 2017. 12(3): p. e0172881.
  24. Gimbel, S., M. Mwanza, M.P. Nisingizwe, C. Michel, and L. Hirschhorn, Improving data quality across 3 sub-Saharan African countries using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research (CFIR): results from the African Health Initiative. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 828.
  25. Hayes, R., S. Floyd, A. Schaap, K. Shanaube, P. Bock, K. Sabapathy, S. Griffith, D. Donnell, E. Piwowar-Manning, W. El-Sadr, N. Beyers, H. Ayles, S. Fidler, and H.S. Team, A universal testing and treatment intervention to improve HIV control: One-year results from intervention communities in Zambia in the HPTN 071 (PopART) cluster-randomised trial. PLoS Med, 2017. 14(5): p. e1002292.
  26. Hedt-Gauthier, B.L., R. Chilengi, E. Jackson, C. Michel, M. Napua, J. Odhiambo, and A. Bawah, Research capacity building integrated into PHIT projects: leveraging research and research funding to build national capacity. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 825.
  27. Magge, H., R. Chilengi, E.F. Jackson, B.H. Wagenaar, and A.M. Kante, Tackling the hard problems: implementation experience and lessons learned in newborn health from the African Health Initiative. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 829.
  28. Manzi, A., L.R. Hirschhorn, K. Sherr, C. Chirwa, C. Baynes, and J.K. Awoonor-Williams, Mentorship and coaching to support strengthening healthcare systems: lessons learned across the five Population Health Implementation and Training partnership projects in sub-Saharan Africa. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 831.
  29. Mutale, W., H. Ayles, V. Bond, N. Chintu, R. Chilengi, M.T. Mwanamwenge, A. Taylor, N. Spicer, and D. Balabanova, Application of systems thinking: 12-month postintervention evaluation of a complex health system intervention in Zambia: the case of the BHOMA. J Eval Clin Pract, 2017. 23(2): p. 439-452.
  30. Muyoyeta, M., N.C. Kasese, D. Milimo, I. Mushanga, M. Ndhlovu, N. Kapata, M. Moyo-Chilufya, and H. Ayles, Digital CXR with computer aided diagnosis versus symptom screen to define presumptive tuberculosis among household contacts and impact on tuberculosis diagnosis. BMC Infect Dis, 2017. 17(1): p. 301.
  31. Mwenge, L., L. Sande, C. Mangenah, N. Ahmed, S. Kanema, M. d’Elbee, E. Sibanda, T. Kalua, G. Ncube, C.C. Johnson, K. Hatzold, F.M. Cowan, E.L. Corbett, H. Ayles, H. Maheswaran, and F. Terris-Prestholt, Costs of facility-based HIV testing in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. PLoS One, 2017. 12(10): p. e0185740.
  32. Rwabukwisi, F.C., A.A. Bawah, S. Gimbel, J.F. Phillips, W. Mutale, and P. Drobac, Health system strengthening: a qualitative evaluation of implementation experience and lessons learned across five African countries. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 826.
  33. Sabapathy, K., C. Mubekapi-Musadaidzwa, C. Mulubwa, A. Schaap, G. Hoddinott, A. Stangl, S. Floyd, H. Ayles, S. Fidler, R. Hayes, and H.s. team, 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. J Int AIDS Soc, 2017. 20(4).
  34. Shanaube, K., A. Schaap, M.J. Chaila, S. Floyd, C. Mackworth-Young, G. Hoddinott, R. Hayes, S. Fidler, and H. Ayles, Community intervention improves knowledge of HIV status of adolescents in Zambia: findings from HPTN 071-PopART for youth study. AIDS, 2017. 31 Suppl 3: p. S221-S232.
  35. Shanaube, K., A. Schaap, M.J. Chaila, S. Floyd, C. Mackworth-Young, G. Hoddinott, R. Hayes, S. Fidler, H. Ayles, and H.S. Team, Community intervention improves knowledge of HIV status of adolescents in Zambia: findings from HPTN 071-PopART for youth study. AIDS, 2017. 31 Suppl 3: p. S221-S232.
  36. Shanaube, K., A. Schaap, S. Floyd, M. Phiri, S. Griffith, J. Chaila, P. Bock, R. Hayes, S. Fidler, H. Ayles, and H.S. Team, What works – reaching universal HIV testing: lessons from HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia. AIDS, 2017. 31(11): p. 1555-1564.
  37. Sherr, K., Q. Fernandes, A.M. Kante, A. Bawah, J. Condo, and W. Mutale, Measuring health systems strength and its impact: experiences from the African Health Initiative. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 827.
  38. Telisinghe, L., M. Amofa-Sekyi, K. Maluzi, D. Kaluba-Milimo, M. Cheeba-Lengwe, K. Chiwele, B. Kosloff, S. Floyd, S.L. Bailey, and H. Ayles, The sensitivity of the QuantiFERON((R))-TB Gold Plus assay in Zambian adults with active tuberculosis. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis, 2017. 21(6): p. 690-696.
  39. Thomas, R., R. Burger, A. Harper, S. Kanema, L. Mwenge, N. Vanqa, N. Bell-Mandla, P.C. Smith, S. Floyd, P. Bock, H. Ayles, N. Beyers, D. Donnell, S. Fidler, R. Hayes, K. Hauck, and H.S. Team, Differences in health-related quality of life between HIV-positive and HIV-negative people in Zambia and South Africa: a cross-sectional baseline survey of the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial. Lancet Glob Health, 2017. 5(11): p. e1133-e1141.
  40. Wagenaar, B.H., L.R. Hirschhorn, C. Henley, A. Gremu, N. Sindano, and R. Chilengi, Data-driven quality improvement in low-and middle-income country health systems: lessons from seven years of implementation experience across Mozambique, Rwanda, and Zambia. BMC Health Serv Res, 2017. 17(Suppl 3): p. 830.
  41. Simwinga, M.; Porter, J.; Bond, V. Who is answerable to whom? Exploring the complex relationship between researchers, community and Community Advisory Board (CAB) members in two research studies in Zambia Critical Public Health (2018) ; DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2018.1440072 ; Published Manuscript.

 

  1. Belemu, S., Simwinga, M., Simuyaba M., Ng’ombe T., Makola N., White, R., Ayles, H., and Bond, V. on behalf of the HPTN 071 (PopART) Study team. From Principles to Action: Stakeholder Engagement in a community- based cluster randomized trial, the HPTN 071 PopART trial (accepted as oral presentation at National Health Research Authority- Zambia’ 8th Health Research Conference).
  2. Simwinga, M., Bwalya, C., Ngulube, C., Gwanu, L., Mulubwa, C, Hensen, B., Phiri, M., Hayes, M., Fidler, F., Ayles, A., and Bond, V.on behalf of the HPTN 071 (PopART) Study team. Challenges of identifying and following up social harms related to HIV self-testing in the context of pre-existing poverty and gender inequalities in urban Zambia: Experience from the HPTN 071 (PopART) Study (accepted as oral presentation at National Health Research Authority- Zambia’ 8th Health Research Conference).
  3. Simwinga, M., Mwate, J., Ng’ombe, T., Belemu, S., Makola, N., Mubekapi-Musadaidzwa, C., Hoddinott, G., White, W., Shanaube, K., Bond, V. for the HPTN 071 (PopART) Study Team. Adolescent and young people’s participation and representation in clinical trials: lessons from a community-wide HIV testing and treatment study, the HPTN 071 (PopART) study (accepted as oral poster presentation at AIDS 2018)

 

  1. Mwenge L., Chen T., Lakhi S., Chanda D., Mwaba P., Molloy S.F., Gheorghe A. Griffiths K.U, Heyderman R., Kanyama C., Kouanfack C., Mfinanga S., Chan K.A., Temfack E., Lesikari, S., Hosseinipour M., Lortholary O., Loyse A., Jaffar S., Harrison S.T., Niessen W.L., on behalf of the ACTA Trial Team. 2018. Health care costs and deaths prevented by ACTA trial treatments for cryptococcal meningitis: A comparison between 5 induction strategies in sub Saharan Africa. Poster presentation, 2018 AIDS conference. Amsterdam, Netherland.
  2. Mwenge L., Sande L., Mangenah C., Ahmed N., d’Elbée M., Kanema S., Indravudh Sibanda E., Ayles H., Corbett E.L., Maheswaran H., Johnson C.C., Hatzold K., Terris-Prestholt, F. 2018. Comparison of HIV self-testing (HIVST) costs in Zambia: a question of scale and scope? Oral presentation, 10th IAEN Pre-conference. Amsterdam, Netherland.
  3. Mwenge L. Chen T., Lakhi S., Chanda D., Mwaba P., Molloy S.F., Gheorghe A. Griffiths K.U, Heyderman R., Kanyama C., Kouanfack C., Mfinanga S., Chan K.A., Temfack E., Lesikari, S., Hosseinipour M., Lortholary O., Loyse A., Jaffar S., Harrison S.T., Niessen W.L., on behalf of the ACTA Trial Team. (2018), Cost-effectiveness of ACTA trial induction treatments for cryptococcal meningitis. Poster presentation, 10th IAEN Pre-conference. Amsterdam, Netherland.
  4. Mwenge L., Chen T., Lakhi S., Chanda D., Mwaba P., Molloy S.F., Gheorghe A. Griffiths K.U, Heyderman R., Kanyama C., Kouanfack C., Mfinanga S., Chan K.A., Temfack E., Lesikari, S., Hosseinipour M., Lortholary O., Loyse A., Jaffar S., Harrison S.T., Niessen W.L., on behalf of the ACTA Trial Team. Cost-effectiveness of ACTA trial induction treatments for cryptococcal meningitis. Mini-Oral presentation, 13th INTEREST Conference. Kigali, Rwanda.
  5. Mwenge,L. & Kanema, S. 2018. The untold story of Economics of HIV/AIDS in Resource limited settings: externalities of HIV investment in Zambi Poster presentation, 13th INTEREST Conference. Kigali, Rwanda.
  6. Mwenge L., Sande L., Mangenah C., Ahmed N., d’Elbée M., Kanema S., Indravudh P., Sibanda, E., Corbett, E.L., Maheswaran, H., Johnson C.C., Hatzold, K., Ayles H., Terris-Prestholt, F. 2017. HIV Testing and Counselling (HTC) costs in public sector settings in Southern Africa: Evidence from Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Poster Presentation, 9th International AIDS Society (IAS). Paris, France.
  7. Mulubwa C, Hensen B, Phiri MM, Shanaube K, Schaap AJ, Floyd S, Phiri CR, Bwalya C, Bond V, Simwinga M, Mwenge L., Fidler S., Hayes R., Mwinga A., Ayles H. for the HPTN 071 (PopART) Study Team. 2018. Community based distribution of oral HIV self-testing kits in Zambia: a cluster-randomised trial nested in four HPTN 071 (PopART) intervention communities. The Lancet HIV.
  8. D’Elbee, M; Indravudh, P; Sibanda, E; Mwenge, L; Kumwenda, M; Choko, A; Maringwa, G; Johnson, C; Hatzold, K; Corbett, L; Terris-Prestholt, F.2018. Informing targeted HIV self-testing: a protocol for discrete choice experiments in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Technical Report. London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, London, UK. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17037/PUBS.04648463
  9. Sande L., Maheswaran H., Mangenah C., Mwenge L., Indravudh P., Mkandawire P., et al. 2018. Costs of accessing HIV testing services among rural Malawi communities. AIDS Care.;30 (sup3):27-36.
  10. Mwenge L., Sande L., Mangenah C., Ahmed N., Kanema S., d’Elbée M., Sibanda E., Kalua T., Ncube G., Johnson C.C. and Hatzold K., Cowan F., Ayles H., Corbett E. L., Terris-Prestholt F. Costs of facility-based HIV testing in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. PloS one, 12(10), p.e0185740.
  11. Cleaver, S., Polatajko, H., Bond, V., Magalhães, L. and Nixon, S., 2018. Exploring the concerns of persons with disabilities in Western Zambia. African Journal of Disability (Online), 7, pp.1-11.

 

  1. Mulubwa, C., Hensen, B., Phiri, M.M., Shanaube, K., Schaap, A.J., Floyd, S., Phiri, C.R., Bwalya, C., Bond, V., Simwinga, M. and Mwenge, L., 2018. Community based distribution of oral HIV self-testing kits in Zambia: a cluster-randomised trial nested in four HPTN 071 (PopART) intervention communities. The Lancet HIV.

 

  1. Coltart, C.E., Hoppe, A., Parker, M., Dawson, L., Amon, J.J., Simwinga, M., Geller, G., Henderson, G., Laeyendecker, O., Tucker, J.D. and Eba, P., 2018. Ethical considerations in global HIV phylogenetic research. The lancet HIV.
  2. Hoddinott, G., Staples, S., Brown, R., Simwinga, M., Mubekapi-Musadaidzwa, C., Hesseling, A.C., Hendricks, G., De Koker, P. and McKenna, L., 2018. Community engagement for paediatric MDR-TB clinical trials: principles to support ethical trial implementation. The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease22(5), pp.S40-S45.
  3. Bond, V., Nomsenge, S., Mwamba, M., Ziba, D., Birch, A., Mubekapi-Musadaidzwa, C., Vanqa, N., Viljoen, L., Pliakas, T., Ayles, H. and Hargreaves, J., 2018. “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 health facilities, the HPTN 071 (PopART) study. Health & place.
  4. Seeley, J., Bond, V., Yang, B., Floyd, S., MacLeod, D., Viljoen, L., Phiri, M., Simuyaba, M., Hoddinott, G., Shanaube, K. Bwalya, C. and on behalf of the HPTN 071 (PopART) study team, 2018. Understanding the Time Needed to Link to Care and Start ART in Seven HPTN 071 (PopART) Study Communities in Zambia and South Africa. AIDS and Behavior, 1-18.

 

  1. Simwinga, M.; Porter, J.; Bond, V. Who is answerable to whom? Exploring the complex relationship between researchers, community and Community Advisory Board (CAB) members in two research studies in Zambia Critical Public Health (2018) ; DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2018.1440072 ; Accepted Manuscript
  2. 2017

 

  1. Hargreaves JR, Krishnaratne S, Mathema H, Lilleston PS, Sievwright K, Mandla N, Mainga T, Vermaak R, Piwowar-Manning E, Schaap A, Donnell D, Ayles H, Hayes RJ, Hoddinott G, Bond V, Stangl A, Individual and community-level risk factors for HIV stigma in 21 Zambian and South African communities: analysis of data from the HPTN071 (PopART) study. HPTN 071 (PopART) Study Team. 2018 Mar 27;32(6):783-793. doi: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000001757.PMID: 29369164

 

  1. MA Elafros, C Belessiotis, GL Birbeck, V Bond, I Sikazwe, MP Kvalsund. Barriers to Lumbar Puncture in Zambia: Insights into the ‘Tap Gap’. Annals of Neurology. 2017; 82(Suppl21): S169-170.
  2. Indravudh, P.P., Sibanda, E.L., d’Elbée, M., Kumwenda, M.K., Ringwald, B., Maringwa, G.,Simwinga, M., Nyirenda, L.J., Johnson, C.C., Hatzold, K. and Terris-Prestholt, F., 2017. ‘I will choose when to test, where I want to test’: investigating young people’s preferences for HIV self-testing in Malawi and Zimbabwe. AIDS, 31, pp.S203-S212.

 

  1. Bond, V. ; Floyd, S. ; Fenty, J. ; Schaap, A. ; Godfrey-Faussett, P. ; Claassens, M. ; Shanaube, K. ; Ayles, H. ; Hargreaves, J.R. ; Secondary analysis of tuberculosis stigma data from a cluster randomised trial in Zambia and South Africa (ZAMSTAR). Int J Tuberc Lung Dis (2017) 21(11):49-59; DOI: 10.5588/ijtld.16.0920; PMID: 29025485 Open Access

 

  1. Macintyre, K. ; Bakker, M.I. ; Bergson, S. ; Bhavaraju, R. ; Bond, V. ; Chikovore, J. ; Colvin, C. ; Craig, G.M. ; Cremers, A.L. ; Daftary, A. ; Engel, N. ; France, N.F. ; Jaramillo, E. ; Kimerling, M. ; Kipp, A. ; Krishnaratne, S. ; Mergenthaler, C. ; Ngicho, M. ; Redwood, L. ; Rood, E.J.J. ; Sommerland, N. ; Stangl, A. ; van Rie, A. ; van Brakel, W. ; Wouters, E. ; Zwerling, A. ; Mitchell, E.M.H. ; Defining the research agenda to measure and reduce tuberculosis stigmas. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis (2017) 21(11):87-96; DOI: 10.5588/ijtld.17.0151; PMID: 29025490 Open Access

 

  1. Mackworth-Young, C.R. ; Bond, V. ; Wringe, A. ; Konayuma, K. ; Clay, S. ; Chiiya, C. ; Chonta, M. ; Sievwright, K. ; Stangl, A.L. ; “My mother told me that I should not”: a qualitative study exploring the restrictions placed on adolescent girls living with HIV in Zambi J Int AIDS Soc (2017) 20(4); DOI: 10.1002/jia2.25035; PMID: 29219248 Open Access

 

  1. Mweemba, O. ; Dixey, R. ; Bond, V. ; White, A. ; The influence of social constructs of hegemonic masculinity and sexual behaviour on acceptability of vaginal microbicides in Zambia. Glob Public Health (2017) :1-13; DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2017.1337800; PMID: 28604240.

 

  1. Nixon, S.A. ; Bond, V. ; Solomon, P. ; Cameron, C. ; Mwamba, C. ; Hanass-Hancock, J. ; Maimbolwa, M.C. ; Menon, J.A. ; Simwaba, P. ; Sinyinza, R. ; Siwale, M. ; Tattle, S. ; Yates, T. ; Optimism alongside new challenges: using a rehabilitation framework to explore experiences of a qualitative longitudinal cohort of people living with HIV on antiretroviral treatment in Lusaka, Zambia. AIDS Care (2017) :1-6; DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2017.1363365; PMID: 28826230.

 

  1. Viljoen, L. ; Ndubani, R. ; Bond, V. ; Seeley, J. ; Reynolds, L. ; Hoddinott, G. ; Community narratives about women and HIV risk in 21 high-burden communities in Zambia and South Africa. Int J Womens Health (2017) 9:861-870; DOI: 10.2147/IJWH.S143397; PMID: 29238230 Open Access

 

  1. Cleaver, S. R., Magalhaes, L., Bond, V., & Nixon, S. A. (2017). Exclusion through Attempted Inclusion: Research Experiences with Disabled Persons’ Organisations (DPOs) in Western Zambia. Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development, 28(4), 110-117.

 

  1. Other grey publications

 

  1. Clay, S., Chonta, M., Mackworth-Young, C., Bond, V. and Stangl A (2018). Tikambisane ‘Let’s talk to each other’: a 6-session support group curriculum for adolescent girls living with HIV in Zambia. Washington, DC, ICRW and Zambart.

“Being seen” at the clinic: Zambian and South African health worker re?ections on the relationship between health facility spatial organisation and items and HIV stigma in 21 health facilities, the HPTN 071 (PopART) study Virginia

Bonda,b,?, Sinazo Nomsengec, Monde Mwambaa, Daniel Zibaa, Alice Bircha, Constance Mubekapi-Musadaidzwac, Nosivuyile Vanqac, Lario Viljoenc, Triantafyllos Pliakasd, Helen Aylese, James Hargreavesd, Graeme Hoddinottc, Anne Stanglf, Janet Seeleyb, on behalf of the HPTN 071 (PopART) study team.

Published 2018

Value and Limitations of Broad Brush Surveys Used in Community Randomized Trials in Southern Africa

Article in Qualitative Health Research · October 2018 DOI: 10.1177/1049732318809940

Published 2018