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View the documentAcknowledgments
View the documentAcronyms and abbreviations
View the documentForeword
Open this folder and view contents1. On hunger, transport costs and waiting time: a synthesis of challenges to ARV adherence in three African countries
Open this folder and view contents2. Overview of antiretroviral therapy, adherence and drug-resistance
Open this folder and view contents3. From training to action: the process of engaging health professionals in operational research on adherence to antiretroviral therapy
View the document4. There's hope - early observations of ARV treatment roll-out in South Africa
Open this folder and view contentsFactors that facilitate or constrain adherence to antiretroviral therapy among adults at four public health facilities in Botswana: a pre-intervention study
Open this folder and view contentsA study on antiretroviral adherence in Tanzania: a pre-intervention perspective, 2005
Open this folder and view contentsFactors that facilitate or constrain adherence to antiretroviral therapy among adults in Uganda: a pre-intervention study
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From Access to Adherence: The Challenges of Antiretroviral Treatment - Studies from Botswana, Tanzania and Uganda, 2006


Anita Hardon
University of Amsterdam

Sheila Davey
Writer/Editor

Trudie Gerrits
University of Amsterdam

Catherine Hodgkin
Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam

Henry Irunde
Principal Investigator, Tanzania

Joyce Kgatlwane
Principal Investigator, Botswana

John Kinsman
University of Amsterdam

Alice Nakiyemba
Principal Investigator, Uganda

Richard Laing
World Health Organization

European Community

This document has been produced with the financial assistance of the European Community. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and can therefore in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Community.

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From access to adherence: the challenges of antiretroviral treatment: studies from Botswana, Tanzania and Uganda 2006/Anita Hardon... [et al.].

1. Antiretroviral therapy, Highly active. 2. HIV infections - drug therapy. 3. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome - drug therapy. 4. Patient compliance. 5. Botswana. 6. United Republic of Tanzania. 7. Uganda. I. Hardon, Anita. II. World Health Organization.

ISBN 92 4 156328 1

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ISBN 978 92 4 156328 4

 

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