Data catalog record for "Those Less Care Engaged Are Less Likely to Re-initiate HIV Antiretroviral Therapies: An Analysis of 12 Years United States Medicaid Data" (In Review)

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Data catalog record for "Those Less Care Engaged Are Less Likely to Re-initiate HIV Antiretroviral Therapies: An Analysis of 12 Years United States Medicaid Data" (In Review)
Contributors
Zhang, Tingting (Creator)
Shireman, Teresa I. (Creator)
Youn, Bora (Creator)
Lee, Yoojin (Creator)
Wilson, Ira (Creator)
Date Created
2019
Abstract
Placeholder for Data Catalog record for: Title: Those Less Care Engaged Are Less Likely to Re-initiate HIV Antiretroviral Therapies: An Analysis of 12 Years United States Medicaid Data (In Review) Authors: T. Zhang, T. Shireman, B. Youn, Y. Lee, I. Wilson Grant: National Institute of Mental Health, 1R01MH102202 Researchers interested in accessing and viewing the supplemental files prior to publication please contact Alison Fisher at alison_fisher1@brown.edu at Brown University’s Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research.
Keywords
HIV Antiretroviral Therapies
Notes
This research was supported by funding from NIH National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Award#1R01MH102202-01A1
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

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Zhang, Tingting, Shireman, Teresa I., Youn, Bora, et al., "Data catalog record for 'Those Less Care Engaged Are Less Likely to Re-initiate HIV Antiretroviral Therapies: An Analysis of 12 Years United States Medicaid Data' (In Review)" (2019). Brown University Open Data Collection, Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research Data. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:841225/

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