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Feasibility and acceptability of home sampling kits to increase the uptake of HIV testing among black Africans in the United Kingdom: The Haus study.
Project title: Feasibility and acceptability of home sampling kits to increase the uptake of HIV testing among black Africans in the United Kingdom: The Haus study.
Call to action: 12/138 12/138 HIV testing among black African adults in the UK
Research type: Primary Research
Chief investigator: Professor Fiona Burns
Lead Author: Dr Maureen Seguin
Contractor: University College London
Co-investigators: Dr Catherine Dodds, Dr Rachael Hunter, Dr Sonali Wayal, Dr Surinder Singh, Mr Jabulani Chwaula, Mr Peter Weatherburn, Ms Ibidun Fakoya, Ms Memory Sachikonye, Professor Greta Rait, Professor Jane Anderson, Professor Lisa McDaid, Professor Nick Freemantle, Professor Paul Flowers.
Started: June 2014 | Status: Published May 2018
PROSPERO registration: CRD42014010698
Although aspects of the HAUS intervention were acceptable, population targeting and the kit itself were problematic, and progress to a full trial is unlikely to be feasible.
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