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2023

Anvari, M. S. and Belus, J. M. and Regenauer, K. S. and Myers, B. and Joska, J. and Magidson, J. F.. (2023) The combination of HIV and alcohol use internalized stigmas are associated with greater symptoms of depression in a South African sample living with HIV. Stigma Health, 7 (3). pp. 370-373.

2022

Firima, Emmanuel and Gonzalez, Lucia and Huber, Jacqueline and Belus, Jennifer M. and Raeber, Fabian and Gupta, Ravi and Mokhohlane, Joalane and Mphunyane, Madavida and Amstutz, Alain and Labhardt, Niklaus Daniel. (2022) Community-based models of care for management of type 2 diabetes mellitus among non-pregnant adults in sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review protocol. F1000Research, 10. p. 535.

Anvari, M. S. and Belus, J. M. and Kleinman, M. B. and Seitz-Brown, C. J. and Felton, J. W. and Dean, D. and Ciya, N. and Magidson, J. F.. (2022) How to incorporate lived experience into evidence-based interventions: assessing fidelity for peer-delivered substance use interventions in local and global resource-limited settings. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 8 (1). pp. 153-163.

Belus, J. M. and Joska, J. A. and Bronsteyn, Y. and Rose, A. L. and Andersen, L. S. and Regenauer, K. S. and Myers, B. and Hahn, J. A. and Orrell, C. and Safren, S. A. and Magidson, J. F.. (2022) Gender moderates results of a randomized clinical trial for the khanya intervention for substance use and ART adherence in HIV care in South Africa. AIDS and behavior, 26 (11). pp. 3630-3641.

Belus, J. M. and van Heerden, A. and van Rooyen, H. and Bradley, V. D. and Magidson, J. F. and Hines, A. C. and Barnabas, R. V.. (2022) Supporting Treatment for Anti-Retroviral Therapy (START) together: protocol for a pilot, randomized, couple-based intervention to promote women's ART adherence and men's engagement in HIV care in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Contemp Clin Trials Commun, 29. p. 100970.

Rose, A. L. and Belus, J. M. and Ma, T. and Lee, J. S. and Wan, C. and De Los Reyes, A. and Joska, J. A. and Andersen, L. S. and Myers, B. and Magidson, J. F.. (2022) The relationship between harmful alcohol use and antiretroviral non-adherence in people accessing HIV treatment in Cape Town, South Africa: an event-level analysis. AIDS and behavior, 26 (6). pp. 2055-2066.

Brown, J. A. and Nsakala, B. L. and Mokhele, K. and Rakuoane, I. and Muhairwe, J. and Glass, T. R. and Amstutz, A. and Tschumi, N. and Belus, J. M. and Klimkait, T. and Labhardt, N. D.. (2022) Dolutegravir in real life: self-reported mental and physical health outcomes after transitioning from efavirenz- to dolutegravir-based antiretroviral therapy in a prospective cohort study in Lesotho. HIV Med. in press.

Tschumi, N. and Lerotholi, M. and Kopo, M. and Kao, M. and Lukau, B. and Nsakala, B. and Chejane, N. and Motaboli, L. and Lee, T. and Barnabas, R. and Shapiro, A. E. and van Heerden, A. and Lejone, T. I. and Amstutz, A. and Brown, J. A. and Heitner, J. and Belus, J. M. and Chammartin, F. and Labhardt, N. D.. (2022) Assessment of a viral load result-triggered automated differentiated service delivery model for people taking ART in Lesotho (the VITAL study): study protocol of a cluster-randomized trial. PLoS One, 17 (5). e0268100.

Regenauer, K. S. and Kleinman, M. B. and Belus, J. M. and Myers, B. and Joska, J. A. and Magidson, J. F.. (2022) Effects of intersecting internalized stigmas and avoidance on HIV and alcohol-related outcomes among people living with HIV in South Africa. Drug and alcohol dependence, 233. p. 109364.

Rose, A. L. and Belus, J. M. and Hines, A. C. and Barrie, I. and Regenauer, K. S. and Andersen, L. S. and Joska, J. A. and Ciya, N. and Ndamase, S. and Myers, B. and Safren, S. A. and Magidson, J. F.. (2022) Patient and provider perceptions of a peer-delivered intervention ('Khanya') to improve anti-retroviral adherence and substance use in South Africa: a mixed methods analysis. Glob Ment Health (Camb), 9. pp. 439-447.