testing gaps

Can trained lay providers perform HIV testing services? A review of national HIV testing policies

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David E. Flynn, Cheryl Johnson, Anita Sands, Vincent Wong, Carmen Figueroa and Rachel Baggaley

Only an estimated 54% of people living with HIV are aware of their status. Despite progress scaling up HIV testing services (HTS), a testing gap remains. Delivery of HTS by lay providers may help close this testing gap, while also increasing uptake and acceptability of HIV testing among key populations and other priority groups.

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Who Needs to Be Targeted for HIV Testing and Treatment in KwaZulu-Natal? Results From a Population-Based Survey

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Huerga H, Van Cutsem G, Ben Farhat J, et al.

Identifying gaps in HIV testing and treatment is essential to design specific strategies targeting those not accessing HIV services. We assessed the prevalence and factors associated with being HIV untested, unaware, untreated, and virally unsuppressed in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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