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Peer Support and Pager Messaging to Promote Antiretroviral Modifying Therapy in Seattle: A Randomized Controlled Trial
- J. Simoni, David Huh, +4 authors T. Hooton
- Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes
- 1 December 2009
Objective:To determine the relative efficacy of peer support and pager messaging strategies versus usual care to improve medication adherence and clinical outcomes among HIV-positive outpatients… Expand
Buffering effects of general and medication-specific social support on the association between substance use and HIV medication adherence.
- K. Lehavot, David Huh, K. Walters, K. King, M. Andrasik, J. Simoni
- AIDS patient care and STDs
- 6 March 2011
The success of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) among persons living with HIV is largely dependent on strict medication adherence. Recent research suggests that alcohol and other drug use… Expand
Optimizing the Analysis of Adherence Interventions Using Logistic Generalized Estimating Equations
Interventions aimed at improving HIV medication adherence could be dismissed as ineffective due to statistical methods that are not sufficiently sensitive. Cross-sectional techniques such as t tests… Expand
Female Overweight and Obesity in Adolescence: Developmental Trends and Ethnic Differences in Prevalence, Incidence, and Remission
Despite substantial increases in the prevalence of adolescent overweight and obesity documented in recent decades, few studies have prospectively tracked their development during the entire… Expand
When less is more and more is less in brief motivational interventions: characteristics of intervention content and their associations with drinking outcomes.
- A. Ray, S. Kim, +6 authors David Huh
- Psychology, Medicine
- Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of…
- 19 May 2014
Brief motivational interventions (BMIs) that aim to reduce alcohol use and related problems have been widely implemented in college settings. BMIs share common principles, but vary in specific… Expand
Are there secondary effects on marijuana use from brief alcohol interventions for college students?
- H. White, Y. Jiao, +8 authors Eun-Young Mun
- Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs
- 18 May 2015
OBJECTIVE This study examined whether brief motivational interventions (BMIs) designed for reducing heavy drinking among college students have secondary effects on reducing marijuana use. METHOD… Expand
A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial of a Nurse-Delivered Medication Adherence Intervention Among HIV-Positive Outpatients Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy in Beijing, China
We evaluated a nurse-delivered adherence intervention in a preliminary randomized controlled trial among 70 HIV-positive outpatients initiating antiretroviral therapy (ART) in Beijing, China. In both… Expand
Two-way text messaging for health behavior change among human immunodeficiency virus-positive individuals.
- Lynne T. Harris, K. Lehavot, +4 authors J. Simoni
- Telemedicine journal and e-health : the official…
- 27 December 2010
BACKGROUND text-messaging systems have been used to promote a range of health behaviors, including medication adherence among human immunodeficiency virus-positive individuals. However, little is… Expand
HIV-Related Stigma and Viral Suppression Among African-American Women: Exploring the Mediating Roles of Depression and ART Nonadherence
We used baseline data from a sample of African-American women living with HIV who were recruited to participate in a stigma-reduction intervention in Chicago and Birmingham (2013–2015) to (1)… Expand
Prospective prediction of viral suppression and immune response nine months after ART initiation in Seattle, WA
Abstract Knowing at antiretroviral therapy (ART) initiation which patients might be at greatest risk for failure to achieve viral suppression would enable providers to target patients most in need… Expand