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Table 1 Description of study sites in Southern Province, Zambia, 2016–2018

From: Acceptability and feasibility of testing for HIV infection at birth and linkage to care in rural and urban Zambia: a cross-sectional study

Study siteLocationType of areaStudy periodMedian (range) HIV+ women delivering per weekEligible participants
Livingstone Central HospitalLivingstone CityUrbanJun 2016 to May 2017
Jun 2017 to Apr 2018
8 (1, 15)All HIV+ women
High-risk HIV+ womena
Maramba UHCLivingstone CityUrbanJun 2016 to May 2017
Jun 2017 to Apr 2018
3 (0, 12)All HIV+ women
High-risk HIV+ womena
Mahatma Gandhi UHCLivingstone CityUrbanApr 2017 to Apr 20183 (0, 9)High-risk HIV+ womena
Libuyu UHCLivingstone CityUrbanApr 2017 to Apr 20181 (0, 5)High-risk HIV+ womena
Choma General HospitalChoma TownUrbanAug 2017 to Apr 20185 (2, 9)High-risk HIV+ womena
Shampande UHCChoma TownUrbanAug 2017 to Apr 20182 (0, 5)High-risk HIV+ womena
Macha HospitalMacha AreaRuralFeb 2016 to Aug 20182 (0, 9)All HIV+ women
Mapanza RHCMacha AreaRuralFeb 2016 to Aug 20180 (0, 4)All HIV+ women
Moboola RHCMacha AreaRuralFeb 2016 to Aug 20180 (0, 3)All HIV+ women
Mangunza RHCMacha AreaRuralFeb 2016 to Aug 20180 (0, 3)All HIV+ women
Nalube RHCMacha AreaRuralFeb 2016 to Jul 20170 (0, 2)All HIV+ women
  1. RHC Rural health center, UHC Urban health center
  2. aHigh-risk defined as receiving no antiretroviral drugs throughout pregnancy or starting to receive antiretroviral drugs during pregnancy to prevent mother-to-child transmission