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Research


The research teams at Mildmay focus their energies in conducting research and evaluations to inform policy, training and practice for integrated prevention, care and treatment of HIV and emerging health priorities in resource limited settings.

The research undertaken by MUg and in collaborations with other organizations has led to the generation of evidence-based information that has supported the operations of the organizations and other partner institutions.

In doing this, ensuring programme quality service delivery, efficiency, effectiveness and sharing best practices of Mildmay Uganda was realized.

Our work involves generation and dissemination of research, evaluation findings and abstracts. We also undertake research collaborations all over the world. A Mildmay Uganda Research Ethics Committee is functional to review research and evaluations policies.

Selected Mildmay Uganda Publication

  1. 1.  Isoniazid Preventive Therapy Associated Hepatotoxicity among Children Living with HIV: Descriptive Case Series at Mildmay Uganda HIV/AIDS Clinic, Uganda.

  2. 2.  Palliative care needs of HIV exposed and infected children admitted to the inpatient paediatric unit in Uganda.

  3. 3.  Scaling Up Paediatric HIV Care with an Integrated, Family-Centred Approach: An Observational Case Study from Uganda.

  4. 4.  Integrating Mental Health Care with HIV and AIDS Care at Mildmay Uganda.

  5. 5.  Mildmay Uganda: Reducing patient wait time to improve quality of care.

  6. 6.  Nutritional responses in management of persistent diarrhea in children with severe acute malnutrition and HIV: Lessons from Mildmay Uganda (MUg).

  7. 7.  Issues and challenges around disclosure of sero status in adolescents. An experience at 'The Mildmay Centre'.

  8. 8.  Using medical records data to assess patient retention on ART - Mildmay Uganda

  9. 9.  Utilizing available HIV/AIDS infrastructure as a gateway to effective case finding and management of non-communicable diseases (NCDS) including hypertension, diabetes and mental disorders at Mildmay, Uganda.

  10. 10.  HIV/AIDS Care for Healthcare-givers: The Mildmay Uganda Experience.

  11. 11.  An investigation of switching to second-line therapy: evidence from Mildmay, Uganda.

  12. 12.  Sexual activity among the elderly HIV+ population at Mildmay Uganda.

  13. 13.  Targeted HIV testing of children in the care of HIV positive adults, a gateway to the HIV positive child: The Mildmay, Uganda experience.

  14. 14.  Interventions to minimize exposure time to infectious agents in the busy Infectious Diseases clinic at Mildmay, Uganda.

  15. 15.  Responding to the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs of adolescents living with HIV and AIDS: the Mildmay Uganda (MUg) experience.

  16. 16.  Cohort Profile: The MUg Observational Cohort.

  17. 17.  Targeted HIV testing of children in the care of HIV positive adults, a gateway to the HIV positive child: The Mildmay, Uganda experience.

  18. 18.  Evolution of CD4 Cell Counts over Time for HIV/AIDS Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) In Mildmay Uganda.

  19. 19.  Responding to the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs of adolescents living with HIV and AIDS: the Mildmay Uganda (MUg) experience.

  20. 20.  Case series of extreme treatment fatigue among HIV-infected adolescents on antiretroviral therapy.

  21. 21.  Nutritional responses in management of persistent diarrhea in children with severe acute malnutrition and HIV: Lessons from Mildmay Uganda (MUg).

  22. 22.  A home-based approach to managing multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in Uganda: a case report.

  23. 23.  The Severity of Malaria in HIV Disease: Experience of the Mildmay Centre, Uganda.


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