ARV Adherence Resources

Resources on ARV adherence

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Flagging Adherence Flagging Adherence

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Date added: 09/19/2017
Date modified: 09/19/2017
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Although South Africa has the largest cohort worldwide initiated onto ART, we need to ask whether adequate attention has been given to ensuring long-term adherence to treatment. If the South African ART programme is to achieve the declared goal of the South African National Department of Health (i.e. to end the HIV epidemic by 2030), then – poor adherence to ART – must be recognised and addressed. The focus of this monograph is primarily on how social and structural factors shape and sustain the HIV epidemic, including their influence on adherence, and the implication of this for promoting adherence. We argue that dominant ways of thinking about adherence may themselves be problematic and we suggest alternative approaches.

Children's ART Adherence Resource Pack - a guide for trainers Children's ART Adherence Resource Pack - a guide for trainers

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Date added: 09/15/2011
Date modified: 09/15/2011
Filesize: 7.13 MB
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Kids Count: Children’s ART Adherence Resource Pack - Guide for Trainers. Equipping people involved in ART for children with the relevant skills to provide effective adherence counselling (2006, revised 2011).

Children's ART Adherence Resource Pack Children's ART Adherence Resource Pack

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Date added: 09/15/2011
Date modified: 09/15/2011
Filesize: 8.77 MB
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Resources to strengthen capacity to facilitate adherence to ART amongst those involved in the planning, provision and support of ART interventions in children. 2006 (revised 2011).

Adherence Resource Pack Adherence Resource Pack

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Date added: 07/06/2011
Date modified: 07/06/2011
Filesize: 6.03 MB
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The Adherence Resource Pack for ART adherence counselling and support as developed by the Adherence Networking Group (2005)

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