Couple-centered HIV prevention and treatment: It's time for uptake in US health settings
Natalie M. LeBlanc, PhD, MPH, RN, School of Nursing, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA
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This presentation situates the need and considerations for translation of couple-centered HIV prevention and treatment in U.S. health settings as an effort to achieve the 90-90-90 global benchmarks for HIV screening, engagement in HIV care and viral load suppression; and as part of the U.S. End the Epidemic campaigns.
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|Keywords||Couple-centered HIV Prevention and Treatment;
Providers and Couples;
Treatment as Prevention
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