BRIEF COUNSELING FOR LINKAGE TO CARE
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BRIEF COUNSELING FOR LINKAGE TO CARE

  • 12/21/2018

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    Brief Counseling is an intervention to increase linkage to care in Uganda. Counselors conduct standard HIV counseling and testing in participants’ homes and provide counseling when participants receive an HIV diagnosis. Counseling sessions address the acceptance of an HIV diagnosis, importance of HIV status disclosure, and availability of psychosocial support for linkage to care. Counselors also provide information about available care services, antiretroviral drugs, and the rationale for early linkage to care. Counselors use a client-centered approach that is tailored to the participant's needs and circumstances, such as allowing married or cohabitating individuals to test together.
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