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HIV-related stigma experiences and coping strategies among pregnant women in rural Uganda: A qualitative descriptive study
(PloS one, 2022)
Background HIV-related stigma is a global problem among HIV clients with far-reaching effects including increased rates of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. However, HIV-related stigma experiences and coping strategies ...
Burnout and Associated Factors among Hospital-Based Nurses in Northern Uganda: A Cross-Sectional Survey
(BioMed Research International, 2022)
Background. Burnout is a public health problem that disproportionately affects nurses in sub-Saharan Africa because of the weak health systems that create an unconducive workplace environment. In Uganda, there is limited ...
HIV Treatment and Care of Adolescents: Perspectives of Adolescents on Community-Based Models in Northern Uganda
(HIV/AIDS - Research and Palliative Care, 2023)
Background: Differentiated service delivery models for people living with HIV continue to be scaled up to expand access to HIV services and treatment continuity. However, there is a gap in information on adolescents’ ...
Phenomenology of Induced Abortion in Northern Uganda Among HIV-Positive Women Following an Unintended Pregnancy
(Open Access Journal of Contraception, 2023)
Background: More than half of pregnancies in Uganda are unintended, and nearly a third of these end in abortion. However, little research has focused on women living with HIV’s subjective experiences following induced ...
Chronic stress and coping mechanisms among nurses in Lango sub-region, northern Uganda
(Wiley Nursing Open, 2023)
Aim: This study aimed to assess chronic stress and coping mechanisms among nurses in Lango sub-region, northern Uganda, conducted between May and June 2022. Design: Institutional-based cross-sectional design conducted ...
Chronic stress and its correlates among nurses: A case of Central Uganda
(Avicenna J Neuro Psycho Physiology, 2023)
Background: Despite an overwhelming disease burden, nursing shortages are evident in Sub-Saharan Africa, with the potential for significant healthcare crises. Nurses face increased work demands and chronic stress due to a ...