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Pregnant women’s retention and associated health facility characteristics in the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission in Indonesia: cross-sectional study

Endang Budihastuti, Michelle Kermode, Margaret Kelaher, Christina Lumbantoruan,
24 September 2020

Objectives: Despite the national effort to integrate the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) programme into antenatal care clinics in Indonesia, the rate of mother-…

Changes in the HIV continuum of care following expanded access to HIV testing and treatment in Indonesia: A retrospective population-based cohort study

Richard J Woodman, Yane N Tarigan, Emma R Miller, F Stephen Wignall, Paul R Ward, Rudi Wisaksana,
11 September 2020

Background: In 2013, the Indonesian government launched the strategic use of antiretroviral therapy (SUFA) initiative with an aim to move closer to achieving the UNAIDS 90-90…

HIV knowledge and stigma among dietetic students in Indonesia: implications for the nutrition education system

Nancy Muturi, Sandra B. Procter, Wei-Wen Hsu, Tandalayo Kidd, Linda Yarrow, Mutiara Tirta Prabandari Lintang Kusuma,
09 September 2020

Background: Studies have demonstrated that health care students and practitioners are not immune to stigma towards people living with HIV (PLHIV). This attitude could lead to poor…

Mobile Health App for Self-Learning on HIV Prevention Knowledge and Services Among a Young Indonesian Key Population: Cohort Study

Sunil Mehra, Leena Uppal, Priyanka Rani Garg, Devika Mehra,
08 September 2020

Background: Indonesia is the only country in the Asia Pacific region where the incidence of HIV is still on the rise, and its prevalence is extremely high among the key popul…

Understanding the challenges faced in community-based outreach programs aimed at men who have sex with men in urban Indonesia

Nanwani S, Hegarty B, Praptoraharjo I,
05 August 2020

Background: Community-based outreach programs play an important role in the provision of HIV testing, treatment and health care for men who have sex with men (MSM) in Indonesia. However, qualitati…

The Symbolic Meaning of HIV: Understanding Lecturers’ Ambivalence over Teaching HIV to Dietetic Students

Nancy Muturi, Wei-Wen Hsu, Tandalayo Kidd, Linda Yarrow, Mutiara Tirta Prabandari Lintang Kusuma, Sandra Butin Procter,
14 July 2020

Responding to the increasing reports of health students and professionals demonstrating stigmatized attitudes toward people living with HIV (PLHIV), this article examined the learning process that…

Health literacy of people living with HIV in a rural area in Indonesia: A cross-sectional study

Md. Atiqul Islam, Katja Taxis, Bas Geboers, Elfride I Sianturi, Sitti N Soltief, Dyah A Perwitasari,
02 June 2020

Indonesia, the fourth most populated country in the world, has experienced a fivefold increase in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)-infected individuals since 2001. Little is known about health l…

Antenatal testing for anaemia, HIV and syphilis in Indonesia – a health systems analysis of low coverage

Taegtmeyer M, Rewari B B, Baker C, Limato R, Tumbelaka P, Nasir S, Ahmed R,
29 May 2020

Background: Adverse pregnancy outcomes can be prevented through the early detection and treatment of anaemia, HIV and syphilis during the antenatal period. Rates of testing for an…

Suicidal ideation, psychopathology and associated factors among HIV-infected adults in Indonesia

Siste K, Hayashi Y, Wiwie M, Hanafi E, Ophinni Y, Damayanti R, Adrian, Anindyajati G,
24 May 2020

Background: Suicidal behavior is a prevalent psychiatric emergency in HIV-infected adults. Detection of suicidal ideation is important in planning early psychiatric intervent…