Treatment advocacy program trains 200: interview with Matt Sharp. Interview by John S. James.

  • M Sharp
  • Published 1999 in AIDS treatment news

Abstract

So far, 200 people have completed a 3-day training program to become certified as treatment advocates for people with HIV. The Treatment Education Certification Program (TECP) was established in San Francisco to train people to help patients understand their treatment and work with their doctors. More than 80 percent of trainees have passed the… (More)

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@article{Sharp1999TreatmentAP, title={Treatment advocacy program trains 200: interview with Matt Sharp. Interview by John S. James.}, author={M Sharp}, journal={AIDS treatment news}, year={1999}, volume={No 326}, pages={3-5} }