HIV Self-Testing is a curated collection promoting articles in self-testing for HIV, including cutting-edge research and innovations in rapid diagnostic testing, as well as feasibility and acceptability evaluations. Articles include research in community, point-of-care, supervised and unsupervised testing settings.
Research and review papers, as well as conference proceedings and poster abstracts addressing emerging challenges are included. The collection is intended to provide researchers and advanced students with an orientation of the field, to point them to relevant workgroups, and to address current challenges. The collection will grow over time in collaboration with experts in the field. There will be synergies with other collections within the Point-of-Care Testing Super Collection.
This collection comprises research and review papers published in peer-review journals, and may include selected conference papers and poster abstracts. The focus is on highly cited papers published since 2006.
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|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Pathology, Biostatistics, Public health, Infectious disease & Microbiology|
|Keywords:||Point-of-care testing, screening strategies, innovative applications, mhealth, global health, HIV, self-testing, rapid diagnostic tests|