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Interruption of Antiretroviral Therapy among Recently Incarcerated Men: Cultural and Situational Factors
About one in five men living with HIV in the U.S. passes through a correctional facility annually. Jails and prisons are seen therefore as key intervention sites to promote HIV treatment as prevention, and the National ...
Evaluation of Services and Resources Available to Downstate Illinois Inmates Infected with HIV/AIDS
The rate of HIV/AIDS in the incarcerated population is substantially higher than in the general population. While there have been reports for a few states describing plans with viable treatment options, little is known ...
Preventing HIV Secondary Transmission: An Integrative Review
Armed with effective interventions, nurse practitioners, nurses, and others who provide care to persons with HIV can reduce the rate of secondary transmission of this deadly virus among their patients. Therefore, the purpose ...
Gender Differences In Quality Of Life In Persons Infected With HIV
INTRODUCTION: With the changing face of HIV into a chronic disease, quality of life research is of importance. Much of the previous research in this area has not included females in the samples. Women with HIV are becoming ...
Self-Reported Sleep and Associated Variables In Adults Living with HIV in Jakarta, Indonesia
The purpose of this study was to determine the correlates of self-reported sleep and to understand the impact of sleep on quality of life among adults living with HIV in Indonesia. Prior studies mainly from high-income ...
Exploring the Lived-Experience of Antiretroviral Therapy during Pregnancy
A literature review examining adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) among pregnant women living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was conducted to understand the current state of the literature. The implications ...