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Table 1 Study outcomes by entry point and gender eligibility

From: Randomized evaluation and cost-effectiveness of HIV and sexual and reproductive health service referral and linkage models in Zambia

  Entry points Gender eligible Notes
Client outcomes
 HIV testing and counseling FP Female  
 Family planning HTC Female Among all non-pregnant women able to have children at baselinea
 Voluntary medical male circumcision HTC Male  
 Cervical cancer screening FP, HTC Female  
 HIV & STI care and treatment outcomes
  HIV care and treatment FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female  
  STI care and treatment FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female  
  Psychosocial counseling FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among all who got HIV care and treatment
  TB testing FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among all who got HIV care and treatment
 CD4 testing FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among all who got HIV care and treatment
 Initiated ART FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among those who were tested for CD4 counts and were eligible for ART
Partner outcomes
 HIV testing and counseling FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among those with primary sex partners
 Family planning VMMC, HTC Male Among those with primary sex partners
 Voluntary medical male circumcision FP, HTC Female Among those with primary sex partners
 Cervical cancer screening VMMC, HTC Male Among those with primary sex partners
 HIV care and treatment FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among those with primary sex partners
 STI care and treatment FP, VMMC, HTC Male, Female Among those with primary sex partners
  1. aWomen self-reported that they were not able to have children in the baseline survey