3ie-funded research in peer-reviewed journals

 

Formative evaluations:

Figueroa, C., Johnson, C., Verster, A. and Baggaley, R., 2015. Attitudes and acceptability on HIV self-testing among key populations: a literature review. AIDS and Behavior, 19(11), pp.1949-1965.

Masters, S.H., Agot, K., Obonyo, B., Mavedzenge, S.N., Maman, S. and Thirumurthy, H., 2016. Promoting Partner Testing and Couples Testing through Secondary Distribution of HIV Self-Tests: A Randomized Clinical Trial. PLOS Med, 13(11), p.e1002166.

Impact evaluations:

Mohammed, S., Glennerster, R. and Khan, A.J., 2016. Impact of a Daily SMS Medication Reminder System on Tuberculosis Treatment Outcomes: A Randomized Controlled Trial. PloS one, 11(11), p.e0162944.

Loyalka, P., Huang, X., Zhang, L., Wei, J., Yi, H., Song, Y., Shi, Y. and Chu, J., 2015. The impact of vocational schooling on human capital development in developing countries: evidence from China. The World Bank Economic Review, p.lhv050.

Cilliers, J., Dube, O. and Siddiqi, B., 2016. Reconciling after civil conflict increases social capital but decreases individual well-being. Science, 352(6287), pp.787-794

Liu, C., Luo, R., Yi, H., Zhang, L., Li, S., Bai, Y., Medina, A., Rozelle, S., Smith, S., Wang, G. and Wang, J., 2015. Soil-transmitted helminths in southwestern China: a cross-sectional study of links to cognitive ability, nutrition, and school performance among children. PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 9(6), p.e0003877.

Zhou, C., Sylvia, S., Zhang, L., Luo, R., Yi, H., Liu, C., Shi, Y., Loyalka, P., Chu, J., Medina, A. and Rozelle, S., 2015. China’s left-behind children: impact of parental migration on health, nutrition, and educational outcomes. Health Affairs, 34(11), pp.1964-1971.

Mo, D., Zhang, L., Luo, R., Qu, Q., Huang, W., Wang, J., Qiao, Y., Boswell, M. and Rozelle, S., 2014. Integrating computer-assisted learning into a regular curriculum: evidence from a randomised experiment in rural schools in Shaanxi. Journal of development effectiveness, 6(3), pp.300-323.

Professional services:

Bond, V., Chiti, B., Hoddinott, G., Reynolds, L., Schaap, A., Simuyaba, M., Ndubani, R., Viljoen, L., Simwinga, M., Fidler, S. and Hayes, R., 2016. “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 communities in Zambia and South Africa. AIDS care, 28(sup3), pp.99-107

Bond, V., Hoddinott, G., Viljoen, L., Simuyaba, M., Musheke, M. and Seeley, J., 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 and Treatment. AIDS patient care and STDs, 30(9), pp.425-434.

Simwinga, M., Bond, V., Makola, N., Hoddinott, G., Belemu, S., White, R., Shanaube, K., Seeley, J. and Moore, A., 2016. Implementing Community Engagement for Combination Prevention: Lessons Learnt From the First Year of the HPTN 071 (PopART) Community-Randomized Study. Current HIV/AIDS Reports, 13(4), pp.194-201.

Iwuji, C.C., Orne-Gliemann, J., Larmarange, J., Okesola, N., Tanser, F., Thiebaut, R., Rekacewicz, C., Newell, M.L., Dabis, F. and ANRS 12249 TasP trial group, 2016. Uptake of Home-Based HIV Testing, Linkage to Care, and Community Attitudes about ART in Rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: Descriptive Results from the First Phase of the ANRS 12249 TasP Cluster-Randomised Trial. PLoS Med, 13(8), p.e1002107.

Boyer, S., Iwuji, C., Gosset, A., Protopopescu, C., Okesola, N., Plazy, M., Spire, B., Orne-Gliemann, J., McGrath, N., Pillay, D. and Dabis, F., 2016. Factors associated with antiretroviral treatment initiation amongst HIV-positive individuals linked to care within a universal test and treat programme: early findings of the ANRS 12249 TasP trial in rural South Africa. AIDS care, 28(sup3), pp.39-51.

Orne-Gliemann, J., Zuma, T., Chikovore, J., Gillespie, N., Grant, M., Iwuji, C., Larmarange, J., McGrath, N., Lert, F. and Imrie, J., 2016. Community perceptions of repeat HIV-testing: experiences of the ANRS 12249 Treatment as Prevention trial in rural South Africa. AIDS care, 28(sup3), pp.14-23.

Moshabela, M., Zuma, T., Orne-Gliemann, J., Iwuji, C., Larmarange, J. and McGrath, N., 2016. “It is better to die”: experiences of traditional health practitioners within the HIV treatment as prevention trial communities in rural South Africa (ANRS 12249 TasP trial). AIDS care, 28(sup3), pp.24-32.

Chikovore, J., Gillespie, N., McGrath, N., Orne-Gliemann, J. and Zuma, T., 2016. Men, masculinity, and engagement with treatment as prevention in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS care, 28(sup3), pp.74-82.

Plazy, M., El Farouki, K., Iwuji, C., Okesola, N., Orne-Gliemann, J., Larmarange, J., Lert, F., Newell, M.L., Dabis, F., Dray-Spira, R. and Anrs 12249 Tasp Study Group, 2016. Access to HIV care in the context of universal test and treat: challenges within the ANRS 12249 TasP cluster-randomized trial in rural South Africa. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 19(1).

Camlin, C.S., Seeley, J., Viljoen, L., Vernooij, E., Simwinga, M., Reynolds, L., Reis, R., Plank, R., Orne-Gliemann, J., McGrath, N. and Larmarange, J., 2016. Strengthening universal HIV ‘test-and-treat’approaches with social science research. AIDS (London, England), 30(6), p.969.

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