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Recently, national attention has been drawn to the increasing number of adolescents infected with HIV in the US, particularly in the South. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2007), at least 50% of new HIV infections occur in persons 15-25 years of age, and the majority of these persons are likely infected in their teens.(More)
This paper describes the results of an interview study investigating facilitators and barriers to adoption of patient portals among low-income, older adults in rural and urban populations in the southeastern USA. We describe attitudes of this population of older adults and their current level of technology use and patient portal use. From qualitative(More)
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