Personal digital assistants for HIV treatment adherence, safer sex behavior support, and provider training in resource-constrained settings.

Citation:
E.N. PN. "Personal digital assistants for HIV treatment adherence, safer sex behavior support, and provider training in resource-constrained settings.". 2007.

Abstract:

AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2007 Oct 11:1018.
Personal digital assistants for HIV treatment adherence, safer sex behavior support, and provider training in resource-constrained settings.
Kurth AE, Curioso WH, Ngugi E, McClelland L, Segura P, Cabello R, Berry DL.
Source

University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.
Abstract

We developed a Web-based application delivered on PDAs (Colecta-PALM in Peru, Pambazuko-PALM in Kenya), to collect data from HIV patients and to facilitate HIV provider training. Colecta-PALM provides tailored feedback (behavioral messaging) based on risk assessment responses for HIV patients. Pambazuko-PALM collects patient risk assessment data, and delivers counseling protocol training and evaluation to nurses involved in HIV care.

PMID:
18694116
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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