Sticking to It: The Effect of Maximally Assisted Therapy on Antiretroviral Treatment Adherence Among Individuals Living with HIV Who are Unstably Housed

@article{Parashar2011StickingTI,
  title={Sticking to It: The Effect of Maximally Assisted Therapy on Antiretroviral Treatment Adherence Among Individuals Living with HIV Who are Unstably Housed},
  author={Surita Parashar and Alexis K. Palmer and Nadia O’Brien and Keith Chan and Anya Shen and Suzy Coulter and Julio S. G. Montaner and Robert S Hogg},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={1612-1622}
}
Housing is a known determinant of health behaviors, which includes adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy (ART). Within the Longitudinal Investigations into Supportive and Ancillary Health Services (LISA) study, unstable housing is inversely associated with adherence. Several comprehensive adherence support services have emerged to improve adherence for unstably housed or otherwise vulnerable populations. The Maximally Assisted Therapy (MAT) program in Vancouver, British Columbia uses a… CONTINUE READING
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