Engagement with care, substance use, and adherence to therapy in HIV/AIDS

Patrice K. Nicholas, Suzanne Willard, Clinton Thompson, Carol Dawson-Rose, Inge B. Corless, Dean J. Wantland, Elizabeth F. Sefcik, Kathleen M. Nokes, Kenn M. Kirksey, Mary Jane Hamilton, William Holzemer, Carmen J. Portillo, Marta Rivero Mendez, Linda M. Robinson, Maria Rosa, Sarie P. Human, Yvette Cuca, Emily Huang, Mary Maryland, John ArudoLucille Sanzero Eller, Mark A. Stanton, Marykate Driscoll, Joachim G. Voss, Shahnaz Moezzi

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Engagement with care for those living with HIV is aimed at establishing a strong relationship between patients and their health care provider and is often associated with greater adherence to therapy and treatment (Flickinger, Saha, Moore, and Beach, 2013). Substance use behaviors are linked with lower rates of engagement with care and medication adherence (Horvath, Carrico, Simoni, Boyer, Amico, and Petroli, 2013). This study is a secondary data analysis using a cross-sectional design from a larger randomized controlled trial (n = 775) that investigated the efficacy of a self-care symptom management manual for participants living with HIV. Participants were recruited from countries of Africa and the US. This study provides evidence that substance use is linked with lower self-reported engagement with care and adherence to therapy. Data on substance use and engagement are presented. Clinical implications of the study address the importance of utilizing health care system and policy factors to improve engagement with care.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number675739
JournalAIDS Research and Treatment
Volume2014
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2014

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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
HIV
Medication Adherence
Self Care
Health Policy
Health Personnel
Therapeutics
Randomized Controlled Trials
Delivery of Health Care
Clinical Studies

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Dermatology
  • Immunology and Allergy

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Nicholas, P. K., Willard, S., Thompson, C., Dawson-Rose, C., Corless, I. B., Wantland, D. J., ... Moezzi, S. (2014). Engagement with care, substance use, and adherence to therapy in HIV/AIDS. AIDS Research and Treatment, 2014, [675739]. https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/675739
Nicholas, Patrice K. ; Willard, Suzanne ; Thompson, Clinton ; Dawson-Rose, Carol ; Corless, Inge B. ; Wantland, Dean J. ; Sefcik, Elizabeth F. ; Nokes, Kathleen M. ; Kirksey, Kenn M. ; Hamilton, Mary Jane ; Holzemer, William ; Portillo, Carmen J. ; Rivero Mendez, Marta ; Robinson, Linda M. ; Rosa, Maria ; Human, Sarie P. ; Cuca, Yvette ; Huang, Emily ; Maryland, Mary ; Arudo, John ; Eller, Lucille Sanzero ; Stanton, Mark A. ; Driscoll, Marykate ; Voss, Joachim G. ; Moezzi, Shahnaz. / Engagement with care, substance use, and adherence to therapy in HIV/AIDS. In: AIDS Research and Treatment. 2014 ; Vol. 2014.
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Nicholas PK, Willard S, Thompson C, Dawson-Rose C, Corless IB, Wantland DJ et al. Engagement with care, substance use, and adherence to therapy in HIV/AIDS. AIDS Research and Treatment. 2014 Jan 1;2014. 675739. https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/675739