Erin Hurley's research while affiliated with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other places

Publications (10)

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We report on the implementation experience of carrying out data collection and other activities for a public health evaluation study on whether U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) investment improved utilization of health services and health system strengthening in Uganda. The retrospective study period focused on the PEPFAR sc...
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Objectives PEPFAR’s initial rapid scale-up approach was largely a vertical effort focused fairly exclusively on AIDS. The purpose of our research was to identify spill-over health system effects, if any, of investments intended to stem the HIV epidemic over a 6-year period with evidence from Uganda. The test of whether there were health system expa...
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Policy Reforms in the Partnership Frameworks. (XLS)
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Achieving an AIDS-free generation will require the adoption and implementation of critical health policy reforms. However, countries with high HIV burden often have low policy development, advocacy, and monitoring capacity. This lack of capacity may be a significant barrier to achieving the AIDS-free generation goals. This manuscript describes the...
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Workshop Evaluation Module 3-Month Follow-up. (DOCX)
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Road Map for Monitoring and Implementing Policy Reforms. (DOCX)

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... If the questionnaire is not well designed, errors will occur in the data collection process which leads to misleading conclusions and recommendations. A formal agreement is also an important legal document to protect the privacy of respondents [40]. ...
... The lack of clinical treatment and issues of awareness are likely to account for a small fraction of reasons involve the lack of knowledge and proper diet as well as the side effects. 2 The government and medical professionals need to offer proper information about the issues and prevention methods of TB patients with HIV. The lack of support and wrong attitude of care workers towards such patients is having a significant impact on health and recovery. ...
... To effectively reduce the HIV incidence in newborns, requires an increased HIV testing uptake among pregnant women, a reduction of HIV prevalence amongst pregnant women, a suppressed viral load and a full understanding of the HIV epidemiology among pregnant women. Every good policy needs continued monitoring, comparisons from different implementation sites and sharing of lessons that will lead to refinement [21]. With all the policy changes in HIV care, assumptions are that the epidemiology of HIV would have also been affected, e.g. ...