Assessment of the World Health Organization’s HIV Drug Resistance Early Warning Indicators in Main and Decentralized Outreach Antiretroviral Therapy Sites in Namibia

@inproceedings{Mutenda2016AssessmentOT,
  title={Assessment of the World Health Organization’s HIV Drug Resistance Early Warning Indicators in Main and Decentralized Outreach Antiretroviral Therapy Sites in Namibia},
  author={Nicholus Mutenda and Alexandra Bukowski and Anne-Marie Nitschke and Tuli Nakanyala and Ndapewa Hamunime and Tadesse Teferi Mekonen and Francina Tjituka and Greatjoy Njabulo Mazibuko and Samson Mwinga and David Mabirizi and Evans Vidija Sagwa and Rosalia Indongo and Natalie E. Dean and Michael R. Jordan and Steven Y. Hong},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The World Health Organization (WHO) early warning indicators (EWIs) of HIV drug resistance (HIVDR) assess factors at individual ART sites that are known to create situations favourable to the emergence of HIVDR. METHODS In 2014, the Namibia HIV care and treatment program abstracted the following adult and pediatric EWIs from all public ART sites (50 main sites and 143 outreach sites): On-time pill pick-up, Retention in care, Pharmacy stock-outs, Dispensing practices, and Viral load… CONTINUE READING
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