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Transcripts of interviews with pregnant women, their husbands, their mothers-in-law, health workers and decision-makers on antenatal screening for HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B in Nepal.

This study investigated the knowledge, attitude, and perceptions of pregnant women, their family members, healthcare workers and decision-makers on integrated antenatal screening. On the demand side, we conducted 26 semi-structured in-depth interviews with pregnant women, their husbands, and mothers-in-law in Kapilvastu and Kathmandu. On the supply side, we conducted 11 interviews with health workers involved in antenatal screening and local and national health system decision-makers.

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UK Medical Research Council / Newton Fund

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