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Impact of antiretroviral dosing frequency and pill burden on adherence among newly diagnosed, antiretroviral-naïve HIV patients
There are few data on the impact of antiretroviral therapy (ART) regimen factors on adherence in ART-naïve HIV patients on contemporary once- or twice-daily regimens. Ninety-nine newly diagnosedExpand
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Validity of Self-Report Measures in Assessing Antiretroviral Adherence of Newly Diagnosed, HAART-Naïve, HIV Patients
Abstract Purpose: To compare the performance of self-report instruments assessing adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) in patients starting ART for the first time and in a predominately HispanicExpand
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A Randomized Trial to Test a Peer Mentor Intervention to Improve Outcomes in Persons Hospitalized With HIV Infection.
BACKGROUND Few interventions have been shown to improve retention in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) care, and none have targeted the hospitalized patient. Peer mentoring has not been rigorouslyExpand
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Effect of a Clinic-Wide Social Marketing Campaign to Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV Infection
This demonstration study tested the impact of a 5-month clinic-wide social marketing campaign at improving adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART). The intervention included a video, posters, pens,Expand
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The association of clinical follow-up intervals in HIV-infected persons with viral suppression on subsequent viral suppression.
The recommendation for the frequency for routine clinical monitoring of persons with well-controlled HIV infection is based on evidence that relies on observed rather than intended follow-upExpand
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Gaps in knowledge in caring for HIV survivors long-term.
MORE THAN 1.1 MILLION INDIVIDUALS IN THE United States live with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Since the mid1990s, much of the clinical, behavioral, and psychosocial research hasExpand
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Aortic Valve Endocarditis Possibly Caused by a Haematobacter-Like Species
ABSTRACT Haematobacter is a newly proposed genus for a group of fastidious Gram-negative aerobic bacilli isolated mostly from blood samples from patients with septicemia. The Haematobacter genusExpand
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Immersion research education: students as catalysts in international collaboration research.
BACKGROUND This paper describes an international nursing and health research immersion program. Minority students from the USA work with an international faculty mentor in teams conductingExpand
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Utility of a Partner Communication Scale and a Personal Meaning Scale in Newly Diagnosed HIV‐Infected Persons
&NA; No studies to our knowledge have examined the Lepore Social Constraint Scale or Fife Constructed Meaning Scale in recently diagnosed HIV‐infected persons. Twenty‐four participants in aExpand
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Development of an “Impact of HIV” Instrument for HIV Survivors
&NA; As with cancer survivors, HIV‐infected people may have unique physical, psychological, social, and existential challenges over their lifespans, yet no single instrument can assess suchExpand
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