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Perspectives on Innovative HIV Treatment among Treatment Experienced Black Women Living with HIV Infection (in New York State)

Dates: 1/1/2023 - 12/31/2024


Principal Investigator: Natalie Leblanc, PhD, MPH, RN, BSN

This study subsequently aims to: Characterize the intersectional experiences of BWLWH in attaining and/or maintaining viral suppression. Characterize BWLWH experiences engaged in HIV care and adherence to HIV treatment. Assess the perceived role of co-morbidities in treatment adherence on viral suppression Examine the awareness, acceptability, and preferences of BWLWH for long-acting antiretroviral therapies. Characterize BWLWH perspectives on novel HIV treatment options specifically LEN. Identify multi-level determinants of HIV treatment and care among BWLWH. Describe healthcare provider experiences with BWLWH in attaining and maintaining viral suppression.

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