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The effects of Malnutrition as a comorbid factor on neurocognitive functioning in HIV positive adults in Lusaka
Aims: Nutrition is an important aspect of life. It has been established in literature that there exists a relationship between nutritional status (either good or poor) and cognitive functioning. Most of the studies in ...
Association of gender based violence and depressive symptoms with neurocognitive functioning in HIV positive individuals
Background: Women and girls continue to be disproportionally affected by HIV in sub- Sahara Africa. In Zambia for instance, the epidemic now has taken a ‘female face’ with the prevalence rate of 14.3% among women aged ...
Effects of stress and social support on neurocognitive functioning among HIV positive individuals in Lusaka, Zambia
Statement of the problem: Both the medical and psychological literature has indicated that stress impacts people’s wellbeing. HIV positive individuals are among the most heavily stressed people. Stress comes from various ...