Perceived barriers to HIV care among HIV-infected women in the Deep South.

@article{Moneyham2010PerceivedBT,
  title={Perceived barriers to HIV care among HIV-infected women in the Deep South.},
  author={Linda Moneyham and Jen McLeod and Amelia K. Boehme and Laura E. Wright and Michael J Mugavero and Paula Seal and Wynne E. Norton and M. Kempf},
  journal={The Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care : JANAC},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={467-77}
}
Despite the wide availability of effective treatments for HIV disease, many HIV-infected individuals are not in care, and HIV-infected women, particularly those residing in resource-poor areas, may have greater difficulty accessing HIV care than men. The purpose of this research was to explore perceived barriers to care experienced by HIV-infected women living in the Deep South region of the United States. Qualitative research methods were used to generate in-depth descriptions of women's… CONTINUE READING

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