Philip Smith

Publications

  • Condom migration after introduction of pre-exposure prophylaxis among HIV-uninfected adolescents in South Africa: A cohort analysis
  • Readiness for Antiretroviral Therapy: Implications for Linking HIV-Infected Individuals to Care and Treatment
  • Adolescents’ experience of a rapid HIV self-testing device in youth-friendly clinic settings in Cape Town South Africa: a cross-sectional community based usability study
  • Mobile sexual health services for adolescents: investigating the acceptability of youth-directed mobile clinic services in Cape Town, South Africa
  • Stumbling Blocks at the Clinic: Experiences of Seeking HIV Treatment and Care in South Africa
  • Uptake and acceptability of medical male circumcision among young males in two culturally distinct settings in South Africa: A longitudinal, community-based study (the MACHO study)
  • A Conditional Economic Incentive Fails to Improve Linkage to Care and Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation Among HIV-Positive Adults in Cape Town, South Africa
  • GeneXpert TB 8: A point-of-care diagnostic pilot
  • Undetectable=untransmittable (U=U) messaging increases uptake of HIV testing among men: Results from a pilot cluster randomized trial
  • A review of the atomoRapid HIV self-testing device: an acceptable and easy alternative to facilitate HIV testing
  • Factors affecting linkage to HIV care and ART initiation following referral for ART by a mobile health clinic in South Africa: evidence from a multimethod study
  • Feasibility and acceptability of conducting HIV vaccine trials in adolescents in South Africa: Going beyond willingness to participate towards implementation
  • What do South African adolescents want in a sexual health service? Evidence from the South African Studies on HIV in Adolescents (SASHA) project
  • Reaching underserved South Africans with integrated chronic disease screening and mobile HIV counselling and testing: A retrospective, longitudinal study conducted in Cape Town
  • Participatory prototyping of a tailored U=U (undetectable=untransmittable) message to increase HIV testing in men in Western Cape, South Africa
  • Participatory Prototyping of a Tailored Undetectable Equals Untransmittable Message to Increase HIV Testing Among Men in Western Cape, South Africa
  • HIV prevention in a time of COVID-19: A report from the HIVR4P // Virtual conference 2021
  • 4th HIV Research for Prevention conference (HIVR4P // Virtual), 27 & 28 January | 3 & 4 February 2021.
  • Undetectable = Untransmittable (U = U) Messaging Increases Uptake of HIV Testing Among Men: Results from a Pilot Cluster Randomized Trial

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