Year of Publication
Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
Richard Crosby, PhD
Jerod Stapleton, PhD
Anne Ray, PhD, MEd
Memphis, Tennessee has higher rates of black men who have sex with men living with human immunodeficiency (BMSMLWH) compared to state and national levels. ART has been shown to be effective in keeping people living with HIV virally suppressed and unable to transmit HIV through sex. However, BMSMLWH are disproportionately affected by HIV than other races in Memphis, Tennesee. The proposed program relies on evidence-based data that demonstrates the effectiveness of video-based intervention in improving medication adherence and HIV retention of care. Taking Care of Me is a video-based intervention that promotes HIV treatment initiation, ART adherence, and retention in HIV care.
Currie, Robert, "UTILIZING A VIDEO-BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE MEDICINE ADHERENCE AND RETENTION OF HIV CARE IN A HIV CLINIC." (2022). Theses and Dissertations--Public Health (M.P.H. & Dr.P.H.). 362.