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Good-Evidence Medication Adherence Interventions
A complete listing of good-evidence medication adherence (MA) interventions is provided below.
Good-evidence MA interventions include interventions that focus on medication adherence behaviors among persons living with HIV, have been sufficiently evaluated, and have shown significant effects in reducing HIV viral load or improving HIV medication adherence behaviors. These interventions meet the PRS MA
efficacy criteria for good evidence
and are considered to be scientifically sound and to provide sufficient scientific evidence of efficacy.
The PRS efficacy review process has identified
8 good-evidence MA interventions
(through December 2009).
(updated on December 21, 2010).
KEY: MA=medication adherence; TxE=treatment experienced; TxN=treatment naīve; HS=Heterosexual; HR=High-risk; MSM=Men who have sex with men; DU=Drug users; M=Male; F=Female; T=Transgender; W=White; AA=African American; AI=American Indian; H=Hispanic; API=Asian/Pacific Islander; O=Other racial/ethnic group; GLI=group-level intervention; ILI=individual-level intervention; CLI = community-level intervention
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