ProjectImproving HIV Medication Adherence in Mozambique Study IDsspp-2021-0004-v1 Study Title
Improving HIV Medication Adherence in Mozambique AuthorsArlete Mahumane, James Riddell IV, Jared Stolove, Dean Yang, Hang Yu Completion Time10 Minutes Close DateApril 30, 2021 DisciplineEconomics FieldDevelopment Economics, Health Economics, Behavioral Economics CountryMozambique Abstract Effective HIV antiretroviral therapy has now become more widely available in sub-Saharan Africa. However, in certain settings, adherence to antiretroviral therapy is poor, reducing its effectiveness. In this study we investigate several methods targeting different behavioral biases to improve antiretroviral adherence in patients newly diagnosed with HIV infection in a community in Mozambique.
Mahumane, Arlete, IV, James Riddell, Stolove, Jared, Yang, Dean, and Hang Yu. 2021. "Improving HIV Medication Adherence in Mozambique." Social Science Prediction Platform. January 21. https://socialscienceprediction.org/s/46f06d