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Table 1 Indicators used to assess the preference and uptake of different community-based HIV testing service delivery models

From: Preference and uptake of different community-based HIV testing service delivery models among female sex workers along Malaba-Kampala highway, Uganda, 2017

HIV testing by female sex workers in the last 12 months
 Definition of the indicator The proportion of female sex workers who have had an HIV test in the last 12 months and know the results through the different community model
 Target All sampled female sex workers along Malaba-Kampala highway
 Numerator The number of female sex workers who have had an HIV test in the last 12 months and know their status.
 Denominators All female sex workers interviewed
HIV Positive female sex workers immediately linked to care through the different model
 Definition of the indicator The proportion of HIV positive female sex workers linked to care in the last 12 months through the different models. Immediate linkage means a newly identified HIV+ female sex worker who has been referred and enrolled into care. It is recommended that an HIV + individual is enrolled within 7 days at the same health facility of identification or within 30 days if referred to another health facility
 Target All positive HIV female sex workers who tested in the different models
 Numerator The number of positive HIV female sex workers linked to care by the different models
 Denominator All HIV positive female sex workers who tested in the different models