Novel methods to estimate antiretroviral adherence: protocol for a longitudinal study

2018 (Active)

Parya Saberi, Kristin Ming, Dominique Legnitto, Torsten B Neilands, Monica Gandhi, and Mallory O Johnson

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There is currently no gold standard for assessing antiretroviral (ARV) adherence, so researchers often resort to the most feasible and cost-effective methods possible (eg, self-report), which may be biased or inaccurate. The goal of our study was to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of innovative and remote methods to estimate ARV adherence, which can potentially be conducted with less time and financial resources in a wide range of clinic and research settings. Here, we describe the research protocol for studying these novel methods and some lessons learned.

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