Feasibility, Acceptability and Preliminary Efficacy of an Online Peer-to-Peer Social Support ART Adherence Intervention

@article{Horvath2013FeasibilityAA,
  title={Feasibility, Acceptability and Preliminary Efficacy of an Online Peer-to-Peer Social Support ART Adherence Intervention},
  author={Keith J. Horvath and J. Michael Oakes and Brian R Simon Rosser and Gene P. Danilenko and Heather E. Vezina and K Rivet Amico and Mark L. Williams and Jane Simoni},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={17},
  pages={2031-2044}
}
This study describes the results of an online social support intervention, called “Thrive with Me” (TWM), to improve antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence. HIV-positive gay or bisexually-identified men self-reporting imperfect ART adherence in the past month were randomized to receive usual care (n = 57) or the eight-week TWM intervention (n = 67). Self-reported ART outcome measures (0–100 % in the past month) were collected at baseline, post-intervention, and 1-month follow-up. Follow-up… CONTINUE READING
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