An interdisciplinary framework for measuring and supporting adherence in HIV prevention trials of ARV-based vaginal rings

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INTRODUCTION Product adherence and its measurement have emerged as a critical challenge in the evaluation of new HIV prevention technologies. Long-acting ARV-based vaginal rings may simplify use instructions and require less user behaviour, thereby facilitating adherence. One ARV-based ring is in efficacy trials and others, including multipurpose rings, are… (More)
DOI: 10.7448/IAS.17.3.19158

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@inproceedings{MacQueen2014AnIF, title={An interdisciplinary framework for measuring and supporting adherence in HIV prevention trials of ARV-based vaginal rings}, author={Kathleen M. MacQueen and Elizabeth E Tolley and Derek H Owen and K. Rivet Amico and Kathleen M. Morrow and Thomas R. Moench and David R. Friend and Barbara A. Friedland}, booktitle={Journal of the International AIDS Society}, year={2014} }