Conclusions Our results suggest that preferences in the context we examined are broadly dichotomous. The primary outcome for both randomisations is a laboratory-confirmed HIV diagnosis, with date of diagnosis defined as the date of the first confirmatory test at clinic. In a scenario of scarce international resources, this fact has contributed to a shift away from their role as facilitators of public participation and advocacy 57 The analysis also showed that people who reported receiving PrEP generally preferred remote testing, but in the absence of this option they preferred not to test than to be tested by a HCP.
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Participants were recruited through advertising on geo-location social-sexual networking applications and Facebook. Studies aim to give information that will be applicable to a large group of people e. Within this approach, from a social and program point of view, testing is no longer seen as exceptional 6 6.