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HOPE Conference: A Novel Approach to Adherence|11th Jan 2011|

By Rishabh Phukan | 04 Jan, 2011

Dear Colleagues,

The next HOPE Conference will be on Tuesday, January 11th from 14h00-15h00 in KZN, South Africa and Rwanda/3pm-4pm in Dar es Salaam/ 5:30pm-6:30pm in Chennai/12-1 PM in the UK/ 8-9 PM in China/and 7-8 AM US EST. Dr. Ira Wilson will be giving a talk on A Novel Approach to Adherence.

This is sure to be an interesting talk so don't miss it!

Meeting Details:
Attendees may enter the event by going to the URL below, and entering the event ID under the 'Attend Meeting' tab on the left side of the window.
URL: http://mt202.centra.com/main/Customers/hmsdaids/
Event: HOPE_Ira Wilson_Novel Adherence (HPM438125)
Event ID: HPM438125
Date: Jan-11-11, 7:00 AM (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
If you would like to sign in live for a conference, but do not already have a login and password for Centra (the web conferencing program we use to conduct the HOPE conferences), please email me so I may set you up with an account. We look forward to your participation!
Best,
Rishabh Dev Phukan

Replies

 

Sarah Arnquist Replied at 10:10 AM, 25 Jan 2011

Here is a copy of Ira Wilson's powerpoint presentation from Jan. 11, 2011 at the MGH HOPE conference series on HIV education. The talk relates to treatment adherence in general and not just for HIV. Wilson prescribes a patient-centered approach and motivational interviewing to make an accurate diagnosis of reasons for nonadherence.

Attached resource:
  • Ira Wilson Presentation "Novel approach to Adherence" From HOPE conference on 1.11.11 (download, 174.1┬áKB)

    Summary: Here is a copy of Ira Wilson's powerpoint presentation from Jan. 11, 2011 at the MGH HOPE conference series on HIV education. The talk relates to treatment adherence in general and not just for HIV. Wilson prescribes a patient-centered approach and motivational interviewing to make an accurate diagnosis of reasons for nonadherence.

    Source: HOPE HIV Online Provider Education

    Keywords: Adherence, adherence assessment, Adherence & Retention, art adherence, Patient adherence

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