His study on Law is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as MEDLINE and Politics. Harsha Thirumurthy applies his multidisciplinary studies on Politics and Law in his research. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Family medicine and Referral in his work. Harsha Thirumurthy conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Referral and Family medicine. His Randomized controlled trial research extends to the thematically linked field of Internal medicine. His Randomized controlled trial study typically links adjacent topics like Internal medicine. He regularly ties together related areas like Viral load in his Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) studies. The study of Viral load is intertwined with the study of Antiretroviral therapy in a number of ways. Antiretroviral therapy and Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are commonly linked in his work.
Harsha Thirumurthy combines topics linked to Randomized controlled trial and Logistic regression with his work on Internal medicine. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Internal medicine and Randomized controlled trial. His studies link Population with Environmental health. His Environmental health research extends to the thematically linked field of Population. His Family medicine study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Viral load. As part of his studies on Viral load, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Antiretroviral therapy. His Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) research extends to the thematically linked field of Antiretroviral therapy. His research on Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) often connects related topics like Family medicine. Harsha Thirumurthy performs integrative Demography and Gerontology research in his work.
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Mobile phone technologies improve adherence to antiretroviral treatment in a resource-limited setting : a randomized controlled trial of text message reminders
Cristian Pop-Eleches;Harsha Thirumurthy;Harsha Thirumurthy;James P. Habyarimana;Joshua G. Zivin.
Wars and Child Health: Evidence from the Eritrean-Ethiopian Conflict
Richard Akresh;Leonardo Lucchetti;Harsha Thirumurthy.
Journal of Development Economics (2012)
The Economic Impact of AIDS Treatment; Labor Supply in Western Kenya
Harsha Thirumurthy;Joshua Graff Zivin;Markus Goldstein.
Journal of Human Resources (2008)
Promoting male partner HIV testing and safer sexual decision making through secondary distribution of self-tests by HIV-negative female sex workers and women receiving antenatal and post-partum care in Kenya: a cohort study
Harsha Thirumurthy;Samuel H Masters;Sue Napierala Mavedzenge;Suzanne Maman.
The Lancet HIV (2016)
Political partisanship influences behavioral responses to governors' recommendations for COVID-19 prevention in the United States.
Guy Grossman;Soojong Kim;Jonah M. Rexer;Harsha Thirumurthy.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2020)
The Government of Kenya’s cash transfer program reduces the risk of sexual debut among young people age 15-25.
Sudhanshu Handa;Carolyn Tucker Halpern;Audrey Pettifor;Harsha Thirumurthy.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Promoting Partner Testing and Couples Testing through Secondary Distribution of HIV Self-Tests: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
Samuel H. Masters;Kawango Agot;Beatrice Obonyo;Sue Napierala Mavedzenge.
PLOS Medicine (2016)
M-health for health behaviour change in resource-limited settings: applications to HIV care and beyond
Harsha Thirumurthy;Richard T Lester.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2012)
Mobile phone text messages for improving adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART): a protocol for an individual patient data meta-analysis of randomised trials
Lawrence Mbuagbaw;Mia L van der Kop;Mia L van der Kop;Richard T Lester;Richard T Lester;Richard T Lester;Harsha Thirumurthy.
BMJ Open (2013)
Leveraging rapid community-based HIV testing campaigns for non-communicable diseases in rural Uganda.
Gabriel Chamie;Dalsone Kwarisiima;Tamara D. Clark;Jane Kabami.
PLOS ONE (2012)
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