Published on in Vol 6, No 5 (2018): May

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/9031, first published .
Acceptability and Feasibility of Real-Time Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Interventions in Rural Uganda: Mixed-Method Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Acceptability and Feasibility of Real-Time Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Interventions in Rural Uganda: Mixed-Method Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Acceptability and Feasibility of Real-Time Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Interventions in Rural Uganda: Mixed-Method Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

  1. Lucero R, Williams R, Esalomi T, Alexander-Delpech P, Cook C, Bjarnadottir R. Using an Electronic Medication Event–Monitoring System for Antiretroviral Therapy Self-Management Among African American Women Living With HIV in Rural Florida: Cohort Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(2):e14888 View
  2. Magidson J, Joska J, Myers B, Belus J, Regenauer K, Andersen L, Majokweni S, O’Cleirigh C, Safren S. Project Khanya: a randomized, hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial of a peer-delivered behavioral intervention for ART adherence and substance use in Cape Town, South Africa. Implementation Science Communications 2020;1(1) View
  3. Davis R, Gardner J, Schnall R. A Review of Usability Evaluation Methods and Their Use for Testing eHealth HIV Interventions. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2020;17(3):203 View
  4. Kamal S, Rosen M, Lazar C, Siqueiros L, Wang Y, Daar E, Liu H. Perceptions of People Living with HIV and HIV Healthcare Providers on Real-Time Measuring and Monitoring of Antiretroviral Adherence Using Ingestible Sensors: A Qualitative Study. AIDS Research and Treatment 2020;2020:1 View
  5. Lee S, Valerius J. mHealth Interventions to Promote Anti-Retroviral Adherence in HIV: Narrative Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(8):e14739 View
  6. Young J, Abdel-Massih R, Herchline T, McCurdy L, Moyer K, Scott J, Wood B, Siddiqui J. Infectious Diseases Society of America Position Statement on Telehealth and Telemedicine as Applied to the Practice of Infectious Diseases. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2019;68(9):1437 View
  7. Musiimenta A, Tumuhimbise W, Mugaba A, Muzoora C, Armstrong-Hough M, Bangsberg D, Davis J, Haberer J. Digital monitoring technologies could enhance tuberculosis medication adherence in Uganda: Mixed methods study. Journal of Clinical Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacterial Diseases 2019;17:100119 View
  8. Dworkin M, Panchal P, Wiebel W, Garofalo R, Jimenez A, Haberer J. Experience with antiretroviral electronic adherence monitoring among young African American men who have sex with men living with HIV: findings to inform a triaged real-time alert intervention. AIDS Care 2020;32(9):1092 View
  9. Haberer J, Garrison L, Tumuhairwe J, Baijuka R, Tindimwebwa E, Tinkamanyire J, Burns B, Asiimwe S. Factors Affecting the Implementation of Electronic Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Monitoring and Associated Interventions for Routine HIV Care in Uganda: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(9):e18038 View
  10. Musiimenta A, Tumuhimbise W, Atukunda E, Mugaba A, Muzoora C, Armstrong-Hough M, Bangsberg D, Davis J, Haberer J. Mobile Health Technologies May Be Acceptable Tools for Providing Social Support to Tuberculosis Patients in Rural Uganda: A Parallel Mixed-Method Study. Tuberculosis Research and Treatment 2020;2020:1 View
  11. Velloza J, Kapogiannis B, Bekker L, Celum C, Hosek S, Delany-Moretlwe S, Baggaley R, Dalal S. Interventions to improve daily medication use among adolescents and young adults: what can we learn for youth pre-exposure prophylaxis services?. AIDS 2021;35(3):463 View
  12. Faisal S, Ivo J, Lee C, Carter C, Patel T. The Usability, Acceptability, and Functionality of Smart Oral Multidose Dispensing Systems for Medication Adherence: A Scoping Review. Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2022;35(3):455 View
  13. Musiimenta A, Tumuhimbise W, Pinkwart N, Katusiime J, Mugyenyi G, Atukunda E. A mobile phone-based multimedia intervention to support maternal health is acceptable and feasible among illiterate pregnant women in Uganda: Qualitative findings from a pilot randomized controlled trial. DIGITAL HEALTH 2021;7:205520762098629 View
  14. Zelnick J, Daftary A, Hwang C, Labar A, Boodhram R, Maharaj B, Wolf A, Mondal S, Amico K, Orrell C, Seepamore B, Friedland G, Padayatchi N, O’Donnell M. Electronic Dose Monitoring Identifies a High-Risk Subpopulation in the Treatment of Drug-resistant Tuberculosis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2021;73(7):e1901 View
  15. Ramsey S, Ames E, Uber J, Habib S, Clark S, Waldrop D. A Preliminary Test of an mHealth Facilitated Health Coaching Intervention to Improve Medication Adherence among Persons Living with HIV. AIDS and Behavior 2021;25(11):3782 View
  16. Tumuhimbise W, Musiimenta A. A review of mobile health interventions for public private mix in tuberculosis care. Internet Interventions 2021;25:100417 View
  17. Dougherty K, Hobensack M, Bakken S. Scoping review of health information technology usability methods leveraged in Africa. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2022 View
  18. Bwanika Naggirinya A, Waiswa P, Meya D, Parkes-Ratanshi R, Rujumba J. Factors influencing ART adherence, acceptability and potential use of “Call for life IVR tool” among young people in rural Uganda. Social Sciences & Humanities Open 2022;6(1):100311 View
  19. Sekandi J, Murray K, Berryman C, Davis-Olwell P, Hurst C, Kakaire R, Kiwanuka N, Whalen C, Mwaka E. Ethical, Legal, and Sociocultural Issues in the Use of Mobile Technologies and Call Detail Records Data for Public Health in the East African Region: Scoping Review. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2022;11(1):e35062 View
  20. Tumuhimbise W, Atwine D, Kaggwa F, Musiimenta A. Enhancing Tuberculosis Care in Southwestern Uganda: Facilitators and Barriers to Utilizing Mobile Health Technologies. Global Implementation Research and Applications 2022;2(4):404 View
  21. Mason M, Cho Y, Rayo J, Gong Y, Harris M, Jiang Y. Technologies for Medication Adherence Monitoring and Technology Assessment Criteria: Narrative Review. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2022;10(3):e35157 View
  22. Musiimenta A, Tumuhimbise W, Atukunda E, Ayebaza S, Kobutungi P, Mugaba A, Asasira J, Mugyenyi G, Katusiime J, Zender R, Pinkwart N, Haberer J. Challenges in accessing maternal and child health services during COVID-19 and the potential role of social networking technologies. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762210867 View
  23. Lepere P, Babington-Ashaye A, Martínez-Pérez G, Ekouevi D, Labrique A, Calmy A. How mHealth Can Contribute to Improving the Continuum of Care: A Scoping Review Approach to the Case of Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Sub-Saharan Africa. Public Health Reviews 2022;43 View
  24. Tumuhimbise W, Musiimenta A. Barriers and Motivators of Private Hospitals’ Engagement in Tuberculosis Care in Uganda. Global Implementation Research and Applications 2021;1(4):279 View
  25. Sekandi J, Kasiita V, Onuoha N, Zalwango S, Nakkonde D, Kaawa-Mafigiri D, Turinawe J, Kakaire R, Davis-Olwell P, Atuyambe L, Buregyeya E. Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Benefits of and Barriers to Using Video-Observed Treatment for Monitoring Patients With Tuberculosis in Uganda: Exploratory Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2021;9(10):e27131 View
  26. Tumuhimbise W, Atwine D, Kaggwa F, Musiimenta A. Acceptability and feasibility of a mobile health application for enhancing public private mix for TB care among healthcare Workers in Southwestern Uganda. BMC Digital Health 2023;1(1) View
  27. Musiimenta A, Tumuhimbise W, Atukunda E, Mugaba A, Linnemayr S, Haberer J. Digital Adherence Technologies and Mobile Money Incentives for Management of Tuberculosis Medication Among People Living With Tuberculosis: Mixed Methods Formative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e45301 View
  28. Zia Y, Nambala L, Stalter R, Muwonge T, Ssebuliba T, Nakyanzi A, Nampewo O, Boyer J, Morrison S, Nsubuga R, Bagaya M, Nyanzi R, Matovu F, Yin M, Wyatt C, Mujugira A, Heffron R. Depression and PrEP uptake, interruption, and adherence among young women in Uganda. AIDS Care 2023;35(9):1365 View
  29. Campbell J, Aturinda I, Mwesigwa E, Habinka A, Kanyesigye M, Holden R, Siedner M, Kraemer J. Behavioral Predictors of Intention to Use a Text Messaging Reminder System Among People Living With HIV in Rural Uganda: Survey Study. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e42952 View
  30. Swai I, ten Bergen L, Mtenga A, Maro R, Ngowi K, Mtesha B, Lekashingo N, Msosa T, Rinke de Wit T, Aarnoutse R, Sumari-de Boer M, Ayatollahi H. Developing contents for a digital adherence tool: A formative mixed-methods study among children and adolescents living with HIV in Tanzania. PLOS Digital Health 2023;2(10):e0000232 View
  31. Sekandi J, McDonald A, Nakkonde D, Zalwango S, Kasiita V, Kaggwa P, Kakaire R, Atuyambe L, Buregyeya E. Acceptability, Usefulness, and Ease of Use of an Enhanced Video Directly Observed Treatment System for Supporting Patients With Tuberculosis in Kampala, Uganda: Explanatory Qualitative Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e46203 View
  32. Mukora R, Ahumah B, Maraba N, Orrell C, Jennings L, Naidoo P, Fielding K, Velen K, Charalambous S, Chetty-Makkan C, Shewade H. Acceptability of using the medication monitor and experience of a differentiated care approach for TB treatment adherence among people living with TB in South Africa. PLOS Global Public Health 2023;3(10):e0001885 View
  33. Musiimenta A, Tumuhimbise W, Atukunda E, Mugaba A, Musinguzi N, Muzoora C, Bangsberg D, Davis J, Haberer J, Coffee M. The feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary impact of real-time monitors and SMS on tuberculosis medication adherence in southwestern Uganda: Findings from a mixed methods pilot randomized controlled trial. PLOS Global Public Health 2023;3(12):e0001813 View
  34. Zaveryachev S, Lotnik E, Gilavyan M, Yusupovskaya E, Koshechkin K. Digital Pharmacotherapy Support for Medication Adherence. Safety and Risk of Pharmacotherapy 2023;11(4):409 View
  35. Ssedyabane F, Randall T, Kajabwangu R, Namuli A, Tusubira D, Kakongi N, Galiwango M, Maling S, Turyakira E, Atukunda E. Development of a customized m-Health-based intervention to reduce loss to follow-up among patients undergoing treatment for cervical lesions at a rural referral Hospital, South Western Uganda. Gynecologic Oncology Reports 2024;52:101338 View
  36. Ukoaka B, Ugwuanyi E, Ukueku K, Ajah K, Udam N, Daniel F, Wali T, Gbuchie M. Digital tools for improving antiretroviral adherence among people living with HIV in Africa. Journal of Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health 2024;2:100077 View
  37. Ogello V, Rono B, Ngure K, Sedah E, Thuo N, Musinguzi N, Baeten J, Bukusi E, Mugo N, Haberer J, Blumenthal J. Acceptability and feasibility of long-term, real-time electronic adherence monitoring of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use among young women in Kenya: A mixed methods study. PLOS ONE 2024;19(3):e0299168 View
  38. Reis K, Wolf A, Perumal R, Seepamore B, Guzman K, Ross J, Cheung Y, Amico K, Brust J, Padayatchi N, Friedland G, Naidoo K, Daftary A, Zelnick J, O'Donnell M. Brief Report: Differentiated Service Delivery Framework for People With Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis and HIV Coinfection. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2024;96(1):34 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kimera R, Kaggwa F, Mwavu R, Mugonza R, Tumuhimbise W, Munguci G, Kamuganga F. Leveraging Data Science for Global Health. View