Impact of adherence counseling dose on antiretroviral adherence and HIV viral load among HIV-infected methadone maintained drug users.

@article{Cooperman2012ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of adherence counseling dose on antiretroviral adherence and HIV viral load among HIV-infected methadone maintained drug users.},
  author={Nina A. Cooperman and Moonseong Heo and Karina M. Berg and Xuan Li and Alain H. Litwin and Shadi Nahvi and Julia H Arnsten},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2012},
  volume={24 7},
  pages={828-35}
}
Adherence counseling can improve antiretroviral adherence and related health outcomes in HIV-infected individuals. However, little is known about how much counseling is necessary to achieve clinically significant effects. We investigated antiretroviral adherence and HIV viral load relative to the number of hours of adherence counseling received by 60 HIV-infected drug users participating in a trial of directly observed antiretroviral therapy delivered in methadone clinics. Our adherence… CONTINUE READING
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