- De-globalizing global public health
- Travelling HIV treatment policies and their imprints on the local healthcare settings in Swaziland
- Award date
- 27 June 2017
- Number of pages
- Document type
- PhD thesis
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)
- The central aim of the thesis is studying the HIV continuum of care, otherwise known as the ‘leaky cascade’ in public health terms, to understand reasons for non-uptake of readily available HIV services and low retention to care of PLHIV regardless of adopting strategies recommended by implementation science. It shows how global HIV policies play out when implemented in the local context, and the imprints they leave on the health system.
- Author's name on the cover: Thandeka Dlamini-Simelane.
Thesis (complete) (Embargo until 27 June 2019)
Chapter 5: Task shifting in motion: Relationship dynamics amongst expert clients in healthcare settings in Swaziland, creating, sustaining or severing bonds? (Embargo until 27 June 2019)
Chapter 7: Discussion and conclusion (Embargo until 27 June 2019)
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