Publications – 2014
Cawley, C., Wringe, A., Slaymaker, E., Todd, J., Michael, D., Kumugola, Y., … & Zaba, B. (2014). The impact of voluntary counselling and testing services on sexual behaviour change and HIV incidence: observations from a cohort study in rural Tanzania. BMC Infectious Diseases, 14(1), 159.
Glynn, J. R., Calvert, C., Price, A., Chihana, M., Kachiwanda, L., Mboma, S., … & Crampin, A. C. (2014). Measuring causes of adult mortality in rural northern Malawi over a decade of change. Global Health Action, 7.
Hallett, T. B., Zaba, B., Stover, J., Brown, T., Slaymaker, E., Gregson, S., … & Case, K. K. (2014). Embracing different approaches to estimating HIV incidence, prevalence and mortality. AIDS, 28, S523-S532.
Kanjala, C., Michael, D., Todd, J., Slaymaker, E., Calvert, C., Isingo, R., … & Urassa, M. (2014). Using HIV-attributable mortality to assess the impact of antiretroviral therapy on adult mortality in rural Tanzania.Global Health Action, 7.
Kabudula, C. W., Clark, B. D., Gómez-Olivé, F. X., Tollman, S., Menken, J., & Reniers, G. (2014). The promise of record linkage for assessing the uptake of health services in resource constrained settings: a pilot study from South Africa. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 14(1), 71.
Levira, F., Todd, J., & Masanja, H. (2014). Coming home to die? The association between migration and mortality in rural Tanzania before and after ART scale-up. Global Health Action, 7.
Michael, D., Kanjala, C., Calvert, C., Pretorius, C., Wringe, A., Todd, J., … & Urassa, M. (2014). Does the Spectrum model accurately predict trends in adult mortality? Evaluation of model estimates using empirical data from a rural HIV community cohort study in north-western Tanzania. Global Health Action, 7.
Masiira, B., Baisley, K., Mayanja, B. N., Kazooba, P., Maher, D., & Kaleebu, P. (2014). Mortality and its predictors among antiretroviral therapy naïve HIV-infected individuals with CD4 cell count≥ 350 cells/mm3 compared to the general population: data from a population-based prospective HIV cohort in Uganda. Global Health Action, 7.
Reniers, G., Slaymaker, E., Nakiyingi-Miiro, J., Nyamukapa, C., Crampin, A. C., Herbst, K., … & Zaba, B. (2014). Mortality trends in the era of antiretroviral therapy: evidence from the Network for Analysing Longitudinal Population based HIV/AIDS data on Africa (ALPHA).AIDS (London, England), 28(4), S533.
Slaymaker, E., Todd, J., Marston, M., Calvert, C., Michael, D., Nakiyingi-Miiro, J., … & Zaba, B. (2014). How have ART treatment programmes changed the patterns of excess mortality in people living with HIV? Estimates from four countries in East and Southern Africa. Global Health Action, 7.
Stover, J., Andreev, K., Slaymaker, E., Gopalappa, C., Sabin, K., Velasquez, C., … & Urassa, M. (2014). Updates to the Spectrum model to estimate key HIV indicators for adults and children. AIDS, 28, S427-S434.
Tenu, F., Isingo, R., Zaba, B., Urassa, M., & Todd, J. (2014). Adjusting the HIV prevalence for non‐respondents using mortality rates in an open cohort in northwest Tanzania. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 19(6), 656-663.
Todd, J., Slaymaker, E., Mahy, M., Byass, P., & Zaba, B. (2014). Editorial: Measuring HIV-related mortality in the first decade of anti-retroviral therapy in sub-Saharan Africa. Global Health Action, 7. (Special Issue)
WHO/UNAIDS (2014) Guidelines for HIV mortality measurement, Geneva: WHO/UNAIDS Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STI Surveillance [25 ALPHA Network scientists contributed to this report]