This work was supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (5NU62PS004959-04-00 to T.W.M.).
Open Forum Infectious Diseases
Fewer than 70% of people with HIV (PWH) in the United States have achieved durable viral suppression. To end the HIV epidemic in the United States, clinicians, researchers, and public health practitioners must devise ways to remove barriers to effective HIV treatment. To identify PWH who experience challenges to accessing health care, we created a simple assessment of social determinants of health (SDOH) among PWH and examined the impact of cumulative social and economic disadvantage on key HIV care outcomes.
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Menza, T. W., Hixson, L. K., Lipira, L., & Drach, L. (2021). Social Determinants of Health and Care Outcomes Among People With HIV in the United States. Open Forum Infectious Diseases, 8(7), ofab330. https://doi.org/10.1093/ofid/ofab330