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> Correction: Towards Developing an Initial Programme Theory: Programme Designers and Managers Assumptions on the Antiretroviral Treatment Adherence Club Programme in Primary Health Care Facilities in the Metropolitan Area of Western Cape Province, South Africa The PLOS ONE Staff x Published: November 9, 2016 https:-doi.org-10.1371-journal.pone.0166507 Article Metrics Comments Related Content Reader Comments 0 Media Coverage Reset zoom 1 { %> All Figures Next Previous show more show less Show in Context

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TIFF PNG PPT Notice of RepublicationThis article was republished on October 21, 2016 to correct errors in figures that were introduced during the typesetting process. The publisher apologizes for the errors. Please download this article again to view the correct version. The originally published, uncorrected article and the republished, corrected article are provided here for reference.Supporting InformationS1 File. Originally published, uncorrected article.

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https:-doi.org-10.1371-journal.pone.0166507.s002PDFReference1. Mukumbang FC, van Belle S, Marchal B, van Wyk B 2016 Towards Developing an Initial Programme Theory: Programme Designers and Managers Assumptions on the Antiretroviral Treatment Adherence Club Programme in Primary Health Care Facilities in the Metropolitan Area of Western Cape Province, South Africa. PLoS ONE 118: e0161790. pmid:27560352 View Article PubMed-NCBI Google Scholar



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