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Title: Successful expanded clinic network collaboration and patient tracing for retention in HIV care.
Austin Authors: Bhatt, Shivani;Bryant, Mellissa;Lau, Helen;Tee, Ban-Kiem;Eu, Beng;O'Bryan, Jessica;Woolley, Ian;Mitchell, Jeni;Street, Alan;Dobinson, Sheranne;Medland, Nicholas;Lamb, Judy;Mahony, Andrew A ;Tramontana, Adrian;Lim, Lyn-Li;Wade, Amanda;Roder, Christine;Mitchell, William;Sherman, Christopher;Bramwell, Fran;Aboltins, Craig;Wong, Siaw Hui;Giourouki, Maxine;Hoy, Jennifer F;McMahon, James H
Affiliation: The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.
The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.
Prahran Market Clinic, Melbourne, Australia.
Centre Clinic, Melbourne, Australia.
Monash Health, Melbourne, Australia.
Melbourne Health, Melbourne, Australia.
Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Bendigo Health, Bendigo, Australia.
Western Health , Melbourne, Australia.
Eastern Health , Melbourne, Australia.
Barwon Health, Geelong, Australia.
Northside Clinic , Melbourne, Australia.
Armadale Family Practice , Melbourne, Australia.
Health Works Co Health , Melbourne, Australia.
Northern Health , Melbourne, Australia.
Austin Health
St Vincent's Hospital,, Melbourne, Australia.
The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia.
Issue Date: 5-Dec-2022
Date: 2022
Publication information: AIDS Research and Therapy 2022; 19(1)
Abstract: There are more than 7,800 people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Victoria, Australia. Crucial in maximising the individual and population level benefits from antiretroviral therapy (ART) is understanding how to achieve patient retention in care and the factors that drive it. This study was an expansion of a 2015 assessment of HIV-care retention in Victoria, which sought out to determine whether the inclusion of a broader range of HIV-healthcare sites would yield more accurate estimates of retention in HIV-care. We aimed to improve our understanding of HIV-care retention in Victoria, Australia, identify people living with HIV (PLHIV) with unknown outcomes, and attempt to re-engage PLHIV in care.
DOI: 10.1186/s12981-022-00476-x
Journal: AIDS Research and Therapy
Start page: 61
PubMed URL: 36471425
ISSN: 1742-6405
Type: Journal Article
Subjects: Cascade of care
Clinical outcomes
Intervention study
Lost to follow-up
Retention in care
HIV Infections/drug therapy
HIV Infections/epidemiology
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