Understanding school-going adolescent’s preferences for accessing HIV and contraceptive care: findings from a discrete choice experiment among learners in Gauteng, South Africa

By  Caroline Govathson  Dr. Lawrence Long  Dr. Aneesa Moolla  Sithabile Mngadi  Nkosinathi Ngcobo  Constance Mongwenyana  Naomi Lince‑Deroche  Dr Sophie Pascoe  |  | 

Many Adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa do not access HIV and reproductive health services optimally. To improve uptake of these services, it is important to understand the Learners’ preferences for how services are delivered so that implementation strategies can reflect this.

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BMC Health Services Research