Frequent Use of Khat, an Amphetamine-Like Substance, as a Risk Factor for Poor Adherence and Lost to Follow-Up Among Patients New to HIV Care in Ethiopia Article

Lifson, Alan R, Workneh, Sale, Shenie, Tibebe et al. (2017). Frequent Use of Khat, an Amphetamine-Like Substance, as a Risk Factor for Poor Adherence and Lost to Follow-Up Among Patients New to HIV Care in Ethiopia . 33(10), 995-998. 10.1089/aid.2016.0274

Open Access International Collaboration

cited authors

  • Lifson, Alan R; Workneh, Sale; Shenie, Tibebe; Ayana, Desalegn Admassu; Melaku, Zenebe; Bezabih, Lemlem; Waktola, Hiwot Tekle; Dagne, Behailu; Hilk, Rose; Winters, Ken C; Slater, Lucy

fiu authors

publication date

  • October 1, 2017

keywords

  • Ethiopia
  • HIV
  • Immunology
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • MEDICATION ADHERENCE
  • METHAMPHETAMINE USE
  • PROGRAMS
  • Science & Technology
  • Virology
  • adherence
  • khat
  • retention

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 995

end page

  • 998

volume

  • 33

issue

  • 10