Published on 10.07.17 in Vol 3, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept
Works citing "Feasibility of Establishing HIV Case-Based Surveillance to Measure Progress Along the Health Sector Cascade: Situational Assessments in Tanzania, South Africa, and Kenya"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.7610):
(note that this is only a small subset of citations)
- Rice B, Boulle A, Baral S, Egger M, Mee P, Fearon E, Reniers G, Todd J, Schwarcz S, Weir S, Rutherford G, Hargreaves J. Strengthening Routine Data Systems to Track the HIV Epidemic and Guide the Response in Sub-Saharan Africa. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(2):e36CrossRef
- Ehrenkranz PD, Calleja JM, El-Sadr W, Fakoya AO, Ford N, Grimsrud A, Harris KL, Jed SL, Low-Beer D, Patel SV, Rabkin M, Reidy WJ, Reinisch A, Siberry GK, Tally LA, Zulu I, Zaidi I. A pragmatic approach to monitor and evaluate implementation and impact of differentiated ART delivery for global and national stakeholders. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2018;21(3):e25080CrossRef
- Rice B, Sanchez T, Baral S, Mee P, Sabin K, Garcia-Calleja JM, Hargreaves J. Know Your Epidemic, Strengthen Your Response: Developing a New HIV Surveillance Architecture to Guide HIV Resource Allocation and Target Decisions. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e18CrossRef
- do Nascimento N, Barker C, Brodsky I. Where is the evidence? The use of routinely-collected patient data to retain adults on antiretroviral treatment in low and middle income countries–a state of the evidence review. AIDS Care 2018;30(3):267CrossRef