Shaping ART around individual needs: Maximizing adherence and quality of life
Watch three experts discuss how to optimize antiretroviral therapy for people living with HIV through an individualized approach to care
- Assess the individual needs of newly diagnosed people living with HIV who are initiating ART
- Apply shared decision making to select the most appropriate first-line ART regimen for people living with HIV
- Use relevant monitoring strategies for people living with HIV receiving ART, to revise treatment regimen in line with changes in life and preferences
From PrEP to long-term ART in HIV: Overcoming barriers to adherence throughout the journey
Key stakeholders discuss considerations for supporting adherence to PrEP and ART in people at risk of, or living with, HIV.
- Outline the factors leading to poor adherence to PrEP and how they can be overcome in clinical practice
- Describe the challenges of ART initiation and adherence in newly diagnosed PLHIV and how to optimize monitoring and care of PLHIV
- Discuss how care centred on the needs of PLHIV and new therapeutic approaches may improve overall quality of life and adherence to long-term ART in ageing adults living with HIV
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