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Impact of a 'diagonal' intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study

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care seeking, female sex workers, HIV, mixed methods, Mozambique, sexual and reproductive health, implementation research, SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, FAMILY-PLANNING-SERVICES, MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES, HIV PREVENTION, COTE-DIVOIRE, SOUTH-AFRICA, CARE, COMMUNITY, POPULATIONS, BURDEN

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Lafort, Yves et al. “Impact of a ‘Diagonal’ Intervention on Uptake of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services by Female Sex Workers in Mozambique : a Mixed-methods Implementation Study.” FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH 6 (2018): n. pag. Print.
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Lafort, Y., Lessitala, F., Ismael de Melo, M. S., Griffin, S., Chersich, M., & Delva, W. (2018). Impact of a “diagonal” intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 6.
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Lafort, Yves, Faustino Lessitala, Malica Sofia Ismael de Melo, Sally Griffin, Matthew Chersich, and Wim Delva. 2018. “Impact of a ‘Diagonal’ Intervention on Uptake of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services by Female Sex Workers in Mozambique : a Mixed-methods Implementation Study.” Frontiers in Public Health 6.
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Lafort, Yves, Faustino Lessitala, Malica Sofia Ismael de Melo, Sally Griffin, Matthew Chersich, and Wim Delva. 2018. “Impact of a ‘Diagonal’ Intervention on Uptake of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services by Female Sex Workers in Mozambique : a Mixed-methods Implementation Study.” Frontiers in Public Health 6.
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Lafort Y, Lessitala F, Ismael de Melo MS, Griffin S, Chersich M, Delva W. Impact of a “diagonal” intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH. 2018;6.
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Y. Lafort, F. Lessitala, M. S. Ismael de Melo, S. Griffin, M. Chersich, and W. Delva, “Impact of a ‘diagonal’ intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study,” FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 6, 2018.
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  articleno    = {109},
  author       = {Lafort, Yves and Lessitala, Faustino and Ismael de Melo, Malica Sofia and Griffin, Sally and Chersich, Matthew and Delva, Wim},
  issn         = {2296-2565},
  journal      = {FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH},
  keywords     = {care seeking,female sex workers,HIV,mixed methods,Mozambique,sexual and reproductive health,implementation research,SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA,FAMILY-PLANNING-SERVICES,MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES,HIV PREVENTION,COTE-DIVOIRE,SOUTH-AFRICA,CARE,COMMUNITY,POPULATIONS,BURDEN},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {12},
  title        = {Impact of a 'diagonal' intervention on uptake of sexual and reproductive health services by female sex workers in Mozambique : a mixed-methods implementation study},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2018.00109},
  volume       = {6},
  year         = {2018},
}

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