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Angella Musiimenta
Angella Musiimenta
Senior Lecturer, Mbarara University of Science and Technology
Verified email at must.ac.ug
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Digital adherence technologies for the management of tuberculosis therapy: mapping the landscape and research priorities
R Subbaraman, L de Mondesert, A Musiimenta, M Pai, KH Mayer, ...
BMJ global health 3 (5), e001018, 2018
2152018
Short message service (SMS) reminders and real-time adherence monitoring improve antiretroviral therapy adherence in rural Uganda
JE Haberer, A Musiimenta, EC Atukunda, N Musinguzi, MA Wyatt, ...
AIDS (London, England) 30 (8), 1295, 2016
1492016
The Meanings in the messages: how SMS reminders and real-time adherence monitoring improve antiretroviral therapy adherence in rural Uganda
NC Ware, EE Pisarski, M Tam, MA Wyatt, E Atukunda, A Musiimenta, ...
Aids 30 (8), 1287-1293, 2016
962016
Ethical questions in medical electronic adherence monitoring
JI Campbell, N Eyal, A Musiimenta, JE Haberer
Journal of general internal medicine 31, 338-342, 2016
622016
Understanding patterns of social support and their relationship to an ART adherence intervention among adults in rural Southwestern Uganda
EC Atukunda, A Musiimenta, N Musinguzi, MA Wyatt, J Ashaba, NC Ware, ...
AIDS and Behavior 21, 428-440, 2017
582017
Digital monitoring technologies could enhance tuberculosis medication adherence in Uganda: Mixed methods study
A Musiimenta, W Tumuhimbise, AT Mugaba, C Muzoora, ...
Journal of clinical tuberculosis and other mycobacterial diseases 17, 100119, 2019
542019
Acceptability and feasibility of real-time antiretroviral therapy adherence interventions in rural Uganda: mixed-method pilot randomized controlled trial
A Musiimenta, EC Atukunda, W Tumuhimbise, EE Pisarski, M Tam, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (5), e9031, 2018
532018
Digital adherence technologies for the management of tuberculosis therapy: mapping the landscape and research priorities. BMJ Glob Health. 2018; 3 (5): e001018
R Subbaraman, L De Mondesert, A Musiimenta, M Pai, KH Mayer, ...
Epub 2018/10/27. https://doi. org/10.1136/bmjgh-2018-001018 PMID: 30364330, 0
31
Mobile Health Technologies May Be Acceptable Tools for Providing Social Support to Tuberculosis Patients in Rural Uganda: A Parallel Mixed‐Method Study
A Musiimenta, W Tumuhimbise, EC Atukunda, AT Mugaba, C Muzoora, ...
Tuberculosis research and treatment 2020 (1), 7401045, 2020
292020
A mobile phone-based multimedia intervention to support maternal health is acceptable and feasible among illiterate pregnant women in Uganda: Qualitative findings from a pilot …
A Musiimenta, W Tumuhimbise, N Pinkwart, J Katusiime, G Mugyenyi, ...
Digital Health 7, 2055207620986296, 2021
252021
Women’s choice to deliver at home: understanding the psychosocial and cultural factors influencing birthing choices for unskilled home delivery among women in Southwestern Uganda
EC Atukunda, GR Mugyenyi, C Obua, A Musiimenta, E Agaba, ...
Journal of pregnancy 2020 (1), 6596394, 2020
232020
When women deliver at home without a skilled birth attendant: a qualitative study on the role of health care systems in the increasing home births among rural women in …
EC Atukunda, GR Mugyenyi, C Obua, A Musiimenta, JN Najjuma, ...
International Journal of Women's Health, 423-434, 2020
222020
A review of mobile health interventions for public private mix in tuberculosis care
W Tumuhimbise, A Musiimenta
Internet interventions 25, 100417, 2021
212021
Maternal health-related barriers and the potentials of mobile health technologies: qualitative findings from a pilot randomized controlled trial in rural southwestern Uganda
W Tumuhimbise, EC Atukunda, S Ayebaza, J Katusiime, G Mugyenyi, ...
Journal of family medicine and primary care 9 (7), 3657-3662, 2020
202020
Resilience after withdrawing a technology-based medication adherence support intervention from people living with HIV in rural Uganda
A Musiimenta, EC Atukunda, W Tumuhimbise, JE Haberer
AIDS care 30 (sup5), S89-S96, 2018
202018
Mobile phone-based multimedia application could improve maternal health in rural southwestern Uganda: mixed methods study
A Musiimenta, W Tumuhimbise, G Mugyenyi, J Katusiime, EC Atukunda, ...
Online journal of public health informatics 12 (1), 2020
172020
Ugandan study participants experience electronic monitoring of antiretroviral therapy adherence as welcomed pressure to adhere
JI Campbell, N Eyal, A Musiimenta, B Burns, S Natukunda, N Musinguzi, ...
AIDS and Behavior 22, 3363-3372, 2018
152018
A controlled pre-post evaluation of a computer-based HIV/AIDS education on students’ sexual behaviors, knowledge and attitudes
A Musiimenta
Online Journal of Public Health Informatics 4 (1), 2012
152012
Challenges in accessing maternal and child health services during COVID-19 and the potential role of social networking technologies
A Musiimenta, W Tumuhimbise, EC Atukunda, S Ayebaza, P Kobutungi, ...
Digital Health 8, 20552076221086769, 2022
122022
SMS reminders plus real-time adherence monitoring improve adherence to antiretroviral therapy in rural Uganda
JE Haberer, A Musiimenta, EC Atukunda, N Musinguzi, MA Wyatt, ...
Aids 30, 1295-300, 2016
122016
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