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Call Career Development Fellowship (CDF)
Programme EDCTP2
Start Date 2018-06-01
End Date 2021-05-30
Project Code TMA2016CDF1602
Status Active

Title

Antiretroviral therapy Outcomes, Barriers and facilitators of Adherence among individuals initiating Treatment following Test and Start guidelines in an urban HIV clinic in Uganda

Objectives

1) To describe treatment outcomes among HIV positive individuals initiated on ART under “Test and Start” guidelines over a 2-year period. 2)To explore barriers and facilitators for linkage into care following HIV diagnosis under “Test and Start” guidelines. 3)To explore barriers and facilitators for adherence to ART among individuals initiated on ART under the “Test and Start” guidelines.

Host Organisation

Institution Country
Makerere University - IDI Uganda

Participants

Name Institution Country
Kiswa Health Center III IDI/Kampala Capital City Authority Uganda
Komamboga Health Center III IDI/KCCA Uganda
Kisugu Health Center III IDI/KCCA Uganda
Kisenyi Health Center III IDI/KCCA Uganda
Kisenyi Health Center IV IDI/KCCA Uganda

Study Design

Mixed methods using both qualitative and quantitative methods of data collection

Sites

Kiswa, Komamboga, Kisugu and Kawaala Health Center IIIs and Kisenyi Health Center IV

Students Supervised

Type Name Title University Start Date End Date
Masters a
Masters Alice Kayongo Factors associated with attrition among young adults attending Uganda Cares HIV clinics Uganda matyrs University Nkozi

Current Organisation

Infectious Diseases Institute,College of Health Sciences Makerere University

Current Job Title

Senior Technical Lead Health Evaluation and Applied Research Development Project

Students Supervised

Type Name Title University Start Date End Date
Masters Futum Sadiq Ms Makerere University 2016 2017

Memberships

Role Committee/board Start Date End Date
Reviewer International Journal of STD & AIDS 2018

Education

Institution Degree Year
Makerere University, Uganda BCP

Areas Of Specialisation

Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV)

Publications

Authors:
 Jane Namukasa Wanyama, Sharon Tsui, Cynthia Kwok, Rhoda. K. Wanyenze, Joris Menten, Julie A. Denison, Olivier Koole, Eric van Praag, David. R. Bangsberg, Barbara Castelnuovo, Fred Wabwire-Mangen, Gideon P. Kwesigabo, Robert Colebunders , Persons living with HIV infection on antiretroviral therapy also consulting traditional healers: a study in three African countries. Int J STD AIDS. 2017 Sep;28(10):1018-1027. doi: 10.1177/0956462416685890. Epub 2017 Feb 5.
Date:
2017-02-05
Journal:
International Journal of STDs & AIDS
Content:
Identifiers:
Authors:
Jane Namukasa Wanyama, Sarah Maria Nabaggala, Agnes Kiragga, Noela Owarwo, Madiina Seera, Winnie Nakiyingi, Barbara Castelnuovo, Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi , Wanyama, Jane & Nabaggala, Maria & Kiragga, Agnes & Owarwo, Noela & Seera, Madina & Nakiyingi, Winnie & Naluwu, Solome & Castelnuovo, Barbara & Parkes-Ratanshi, Rosalind. (2018). High mobile phone ownership but low internet access and use among young adults attending an urban HIV clinic in Uganda. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies. 13. 1-14. 10.1080/17450128.2017.1418037.
Date:
2018-01-03
Journal:
Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies
Content:
Identifiers:
Authors:
 Jane N Wanyama, Maria S Nabaggala, Bonnie Wandera, Agnes N Kiragga, Barbara Castelnuovo, Ivan K Mambule, Josephine Nakajubi, Andrew D Kambugu, Nicholas Paton, Rhoda K Wanyenze, Robert Colebunders, Philippa Easterbrook ,  Jane N Wanyama, Maria S Nabaggala, Bonnie Wandera, Agnes N Kiragga, Barbara Castelnuovo, Ivan K Mambule, Josephine Nakajubi, Andrew D Kambugu, Nicholas Paton, Rhoda K Wanyenze, Robert Colebunders, Philippa Easterbrook. Significant rates of risky sexual behaviours among HIV-infected patients failing first-line ART: a sub-study of the EARNEST trial (Under review by the International Journal of STD & AIDS. International Journal of STD & AIDS. 2017 p.095646241772470
Date:
2017-08-17
Journal:
International Journal of STD & AIDS
Content:
Identifiers:

Projects

Fellow:
Jane Wanyama
Collaborators:
Name Country Institution
UC Berkeley & UNICEF ESARO, University Research Company United States UC Berkeley & UNICEF ESARO, University Research Company
Ifakara Health Institute Tanzania, United Republic of Ifakara Health Institute
APHRC Kenya APHRC
Objectives:
The Assessment will address two overarching questions: (1) How do key domains of inquiry contribute to poor nutrition among children and adolescents living in slums/informal settlements in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania? (2) What solutions best address the needs of children, adolescents and families living in these contexts?
Sites:
Informal settlements of Katwe II in Kampala, Tandale slums in Dar es Salaam and Korogocho slum in Kenya
Study Design:
Implementation science research using mixed methods
Subjects:
Urban poor
Outcomes:
Anotated bibliography,urban dataset inventory,policy and strategy inventory,community case study synthesis report
Start Date:
2017-06-15
End Date:
2019-06-15

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