Treatment Adherence and Retention in Care

InCHIP’s work in treatment adherence and retention in care includes the application of technological interventions (e.g., cell phone-delivered HIV medication adherence counseling) and interventions to promote consistent and early adherence to treatment regimens (e.g., an intervention to promote retention in care and medication adherence during the first year of HIV treatment). Historically, target populations in this research area have included, but are not limited to, men who have sex with men (MSM), individuals with poor literacy skills, and recently released prisoners transitioning back into the community.
 

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InCHIP Treatment Adherence and Retention in Care Resources

 

InCHIP Treatment Adherence and Retention in Care Researchers