Treatments Research

Treatments Research

NAPWHA aims to keep people living with HIV on up-to-date information about HIV treatments.  Here are some examples of treatment related research that will be of interest.

Concomitant medication polypharmacy, interactions and imperfect adherence are common in Australian adults on suppressive antiretroviral therapy

This study quantified concomitant medication polypharmacy, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic interactions, adverse effects and adherence in Australian adults on effective antiretroviral therapy. Siefried, K. J., Mao, L., Cysique, L. A., Rule, J., Giles, M. L., Smith, D. E., & Bloch, M. (2018). Concomitant medication polypharmacy, interactions and imperfect adherence are common in Australian adults on suppressive antiretroviral therapy. AIDS (London, England), 32(1), 35.

Understanding Treatment Preferences Among People Living with HIV in Australia: A Discrete Choice Experiment

The purpose of this article is to better understand what is most important to people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLWH) when choosing their treatment. It assesses how PLWH trade off the potential risks and benefits of oral and long acting injectable (LAI) treatments.

Fifer S, Kularatne T, Tan M, Drummond F, Rule J. Understanding Treatment Preferences Among People Living with HIV in Australia: A Discrete Choice Experiment. Patient Prefer Adherence. 2023;17:1825-1843

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