Retaining patients in care is a critical aspect of HIV clinical practice. People living with HIV are likely to continually adhere to HIV treatment when they remain in continuous care. Retention in HIV care is associated with viral suppression which improves immune function, decreases individual . . .
The overall goal of the project was to identify and initiate necessary structural changes in the work of nurses at a German University Clinic. Based on consideration of the mental stress that nursing staff demonstrated in the results from a standardized survey data, preventive measures in the context of a risk . . .