Published on 29.03.16 in Vol 5, No 1 (2016): Jan-Mar
Works citing "Increasing Antiretroviral Adherence for HIV-Positive African Americans (Project Rise): A Treatment Education Intervention Protocol"
According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5245):
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- Sims OT, Chiu C, Chandler R, Melton P, Wang K, Richey C, Odlum M. Alcohol Use and Ethnicity Independently Predict Antiretroviral Therapy Nonadherence Among Patients Living with HIV/HCV Coinfection. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2019;CrossRef
- Williams WO, Griffin T, Uhl G. Anti-retroviral Status and HIV Transmission Risk Behaviors are Associated with Age, Time Since Diagnosis, and Psychosocial Factors Among Women Living with HIV/AIDS Enrolling in the WILLOW Intervention at Community-Based Organizations. AIDS and Behavior 2018;22(1):358CrossRef
- Bogart LM, Mutchler MG, McDavitt B, Klein DJ, Cunningham WE, Goggin KJ, Ghosh-Dastidar B, Rachal N, Nogg KA, Wagner GJ. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Rise, a Community-Based Culturally Congruent Adherence Intervention for Black Americans Living with HIV. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2017;51(6):868CrossRef
- Freeman R, Gwadz MV, Silverman E, Kutnick A, Leonard NR, Ritchie AS, Reed J, Martinez BY. Critical race theory as a tool for understanding poor engagement along the HIV care continuum among African American/Black and Hispanic persons living with HIV in the United States: a qualitative exploration. International Journal for Equity in Health 2017;16(1)CrossRef