IMPROVING CHRONIC OPIOID THERAPY AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV: A CLINICAL RCT
. Samet J. Mar 4, 2019; 259124
Topic: Other
Dr. Jeffrey Samet
Dr. Jeffrey Samet
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The TEACH study was an RCT testing a collaborative care intervention compared to SOC to improve HIV physicians' adherence to opioid prescribing guidelines and to see if improvement of opioid prescribing had an impact on virologic suppression among PLWH.
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