Journal of
AIDS and HIV Research

  • Abbreviation: J. AIDS HIV Res.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2359
  • DOI: 10.5897/JAHR
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 273

Table of Content: July-September 2019; 11(5)

July 2019

Medication belief, locus of control, and adherence among patients on highly active anti retro viral therapy in Lagos, Nigeria

Anti-retro viral therapy (ART) is a lifelong treatment and its effectiveness depends critically both on the efficacy of the antiretroviral drugs against the virus and achieving a very high level of adherence (> 95%) to the medications. This study evaluated the relationship between medication beliefs, locus of control and adherence to ART among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Lagos. A cross-sectional...

Author(s): Adeyinka Adeniran, Olayinka Atilola, Esther O, Oluwole , Oladipupo Fisher and Babatunde Odugbemi  

September 2019

Mode of transmission of HIV infection among orphans and vulnerable children in some selected States in Nigeria

Nigeria has high rate of pediatric HIV but there is a dearth of empirical data on the mode of HIV transmission. Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH), with the support of USAID, is implementing a project to mitigate the impact of HIV on Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) affected/infected with HIV/AIDS in Akwa-Ibom, Lagos, and Rivers states, Nigeria. The mode of HIV transmission among their OVC was...

Author(s): Bamgboye E. A., Gado P., Olusanmi I. M., Magaji D., Atobatele A, Iwuala F. and Ladipo O. A.  

August 2019

Treatment outcomes among adolescents on antiretroviral therapy in Machakos, Kenya

It is estimated that in 2017 there were about 1.5 million people living with Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Kenya, of which 105,000 (7%) were adolescents. Adolescents have poorer antiretroviral therapy (ART) outcomes compared to adults. This study aimed to determine the treatment outcomes of adolescents on ART in Machakos County, Kenya. Adolescents on ART for at least two years from nine facilities were randomly...

Author(s): Daniel Kimani, Simon Karanja, Kenneth Ngure and Samuel Mwalili