Peer-Reviewed Abstract: Early Integration of the Palliative Approach in HIV Management: Description of HIV+ Young Men Who Have Sex with Men Attending 2 Inner City Clinics Where the Palliative Approach Is Introduced to Improve Retention in Care.

Carla Alexander, Victoria Raveis, Daniel Karus, Monique Carrero, Monique Wilson, Rebecca Brotemarkle, Gregory Pappas, Debra Wiegand, Kashelle Lockman, Peter Memiah, Christopher Welsh, Vicki Tepper, Mian Bazile Hossain, Anthony Amoroso, Peter A. Selwyn

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Original languageEnglish (US)
TypePeer-Reviewed Abstract
PublisherJournal of Pain & Symptom Management
Edition6
Volume52
StatePublished - 2016

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Alexander, C., Raveis, V., Karus, D., Carrero, M., Wilson, M., Brotemarkle, R., Pappas, G., Wiegand, D., Lockman, K., Memiah, P., Welsh, C., Tepper, V., Hossain, M. B., Amoroso, A., & Selwyn, P. A. (2016). Peer-Reviewed Abstract: Early Integration of the Palliative Approach in HIV Management: Description of HIV+ Young Men Who Have Sex with Men Attending 2 Inner City Clinics Where the Palliative Approach Is Introduced to Improve Retention in Care. (6 ed.) Journal of Pain & Symptom Management. http://www.jpsmjournal.com/issue/S0885-3924(16)X0012-7