Clinic Network Collaboration and Patient Tracing to Maximize Retention in HIV Care

@inproceedings{McMahon2015ClinicNC,
  title={Clinic Network Collaboration and Patient Tracing to Maximize Retention in HIV Care},
  author={James H. McMahon and Richard Moore and Beng Eu and Ban-Kiem Tee and Marcus Chen and Carol El-Hayek and Alan Street and Ian J Woolley and Andrew Buggie and Danielle Collins and Nicholas A Medland and Jennifer Hoy and Dimitrios Paraskevis},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Understanding retention and loss to follow up in HIV care, in particular the number of people with unknown outcomes, is critical to maximise the benefits of antiretroviral therapy. Individual-level data are not available for these outcomes in Australia, which has an HIV epidemic predominantly focused amongst men who have sex with men. METHODS AND FINDINGS A network of the 6 main HIV clinical care sites was established in the state of Victoria, Australia. Individuals who had… CONTINUE READING
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