All adult (≥18 years old) PLHIV engaged in care at the clinic who were able to provide informed verbal consent in English or Luganda (the most widely spoken local language) were considered for enrollment into the study. PLHIV were recruited by two study nurses from the patient waiting area or were referred by clinic staff at the patient triage area. The study team purposively sampled PLHIV to achieve variation based on the duration of care at the clinic, as well as demographic characteristics such as sex, age, and distance traveled to reach the clinic. Health workers were recruited based on their active involvement in providing TB-related care at the clinic. All participants were informed that the goal of this research was to inform the design of an implementation trial of 3HP that was going to be conducted at the same clinic.

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