This section contains articles and resources focused on HIV/AIDS.
The rollout of antiretroviral therapy (ART) significantly reduced human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-rela
BACKGROUND:Collection of epidemiological data and care of patients are hampered by lack of access to labo
Mobile technologies for health (mHealth) represents a growing array of tools being applied in diverse health care settings.
HIV prevalence in Uganda has leveled off, however trends indicate that incidence is on the rise and disproportionately affects certain v
We investigated the feasibility of using mobile phone text messaging (SMS) to promote adherence to antiretroviral therapy among HIV-infe
Few rural minorities participate in HIV clinical trials. Mobile health units (MHUs) may be one strategy to increase participation.
Smoking is highly prevalent among persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and associated with adverse outcomes including malignancy and car
Medication adherence in persons treated for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) continues to be an important focus for intervention.
Abstract A cost analysis study calculates resources needed to deliver an intervention and can provide useful information on affordabilit
OBJECTIVE: To see if, in the diagnosis of infant infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Zambia, turnaround times could be
No abstract provided.
This pilot study examines the feasibility and willingness for three types of e-technologies for HIV prevention and research among a samp
Background: Patient-provider communication is a major challenge in resource-limited settings with large catchment areas.
OBJECTIVE: Self-management of risk behaviors is a cornerstone of future population health interventions.
BACKGROUND: For youth living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), nonadherence to antiretr
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