Quality of care in a differentiated HIV service delivery intervention in Tanzania: A mixed methods study

Nwanneka Okere, Judith Meta, Werner Maokola, Giulia Martelli, Eric Van Praag, Denise Naniche, Gabriela Gomez, Anton Pozniak, Tobias Rinke De Wit, Josien De Klerk & Sabine Hermans
Background: Differentiated service delivery (DSD) offers benefits to people living with HIV (improved access, peer support), and the health system (clinic decongestion, efficient service delivery). ART clubs, 15-30 clients who usually meet within the community, are one of the most common DSD options. However, evidence about the quality of care (QoC) delivered in DSD is still limited. Materials and Methods: We conducted a concurrent triangulation mixed methods study as part of the Test & Treat...
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