Addressing Concerns Around Routine Prenatal HIV Testing

Authors found that the more information around the reasons to perform HIV testing during pregnancy provided to women, the more comfortable and accepting of testing they were. In addition, performing that testing in a supportive, confidential environment made women more comfortable with the testing.

Rothpletz-Puglia P, Storm D, Burr C, Samuels D. Routine prenatal HIV testing: women's concerns and their strategies for addressing concerns. Matern Child Health J. 2012 Feb;16(2):464-9.

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