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Effectiveness Of Interventions For Unstable Patients On Antiretroviral Therapy In South Africa: Results Of A Cluster‐randomised Evaluation

M. Fox, Sophie J. S. Pascoe, Amy N. Huber, J. Murphy, Mokgadi Phokojoe, M. Gorgens, S. Rosen, D. Wilson, Y. Pillay, N. Fraser-Hurt
Published 2018 · Medicine

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As loss from HIV care is an ongoing challenge globally, interventions are needed for patients who don't achieve or maintain ART stability. The 2015 South African National Adherence Guidelines (AGL) for Chronic Diseases include two interventions targeted at unstable patients: early tracing of patients who miss visits (TRIC) and enhanced adherence counselling (EAC).
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