Retention in HIV Care: Medscape Series

Posted July 2012; updated February 2013

The Retention in HIV Care series of articles are be authored by leaders in the field of clinical research in the area of retention. The aim is to engage readers in the wide spectrum of issues that are embedded in the complex work of ensuring and improving retention, from measurement to implementation strategies. In addition, the series provides a glimpses of the role that State and City health departments play in the United States and looks through the lens of international health services at the successes and challenges of retention in resource-limited settings. Finally, the series includes a summary of the newest findings related to retention as presented at the International AIDS Society’s AIDS 2012 Conference, held in July 2012 in Washington, DC.

Articles in the series:

Also see:

Expert Commentary Video
How Can We Improve Rates of Retention in HIV Care?
Bruce D Agins, MD, MPH
Medscape Medical News from the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012)