Access to Care

  • iALARM: Using Information to Align Services and Link and Retain Men in the HIV Cascade: This project uses local health information systems and activism to improve men’s movement through the HIV treatment cascade in a township outside of Cape Town, South Africa  (Colvin and Lurie, PIs)
  • Migration, Urbanization and Health in a Transition Setting: This study examines the contemporary health transition in South Africa. Our aims are designed to better understand, at the individual level, how a complex pattern of migration and urbanization helps drive the health transition in these settings.  Our study devotes particular attention to how migration and urbanization help determine both risk factors for health conditions and access to care and treatment.  This project is led by Michael White in Sociology; with help from McGarvey and Lurie.

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