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Most women were contemplating HIV testing and tested only when pregnant. Integration of testing
services into general healthcare and marketing to selected at risk groups will increase HIV testing.
Objective: To identify the factors that influence the stage of change with regards to HIV testing in women (16–45 years old) in Westmoreland using the trans-theoretical model (TTM) of behaviour change.