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Delivery and implementation of an algorithm for smoking cessation treatment for people living with HIV and AIDS.

Karen L Cropsey, Madelyne C Bean, Louise Haynes, Matthew J Carpenter, Lauren E Richey,

Compared to the general population, persons living with HIV (PLWH) have higher rates of tobacco use and an increased risk of morbidity from tobacco-related diseases. We conducted a single-arm pilot study of the real-world feasibility of integrating a smoking cessation decisional algorithm within routine clinic visits to engage non-treatment-seeking smokers ... Read more >>

AIDS Care (AIDS care)
[2020, 32(2):223-229]

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604. Impact of Substance and Alcohol Abuse on Smoking-Related Behaviors When Using a Smoking Cessation Decisional Algorithm Among People Living with HIV (PLWH).

Madelyne C Bean, Lauren E Richey,

AbstractBackgroundCompared with the general population, PLWH have higher rates of tobacco use. We performed a prospective single-arm pilot study of the real-world feasibility of integrating an ambulatory smoking cessation decisional algorithm in our HIV clinic. We hypothesized that patients with drug and alcohol abuse would have a smaller change in ... Read more >>

(Open forum infectious diseases)
[2018, 5(Suppl 1):S221-S221]

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Use of an Outreach Coordinator to Reengage and Retain Patients at Risk of Falling Out of HIV Care, Does the Amount of Time Matter?

Madelyne C Bean, Linda Scott, Lauren E Richey,

Retention in care remains a major problem for people living with HIV and it is well known that retention in high quality HIV care improves clinical outcomes. This project used an outreach coordinator to perform phone and letter interventions to improve retention in patients at risk of falling out of ... Read more >>

AIDS Behav (AIDS and behavior)
[2018, 22(1):321-324]

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Use of an Outreach Coordinator to Reengage and Retain Patients with HIV in Care.

Madelyne C Bean, Linda Scott, J Michael Kilby, Lauren E Richey,

It is well established that retention in high-quality care and regular visits with an HIV/AIDS provider improve outcomes for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). However, nationally and regionally in South Carolina, retention rates remain low. We piloted an outreach program focused on characterizing out of care (OOC) patients to identify ... Read more >>

AIDS Patient Care STDS (AIDS patient care and STDs)
[2017, 31(5):222-226]

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Laboratory markers slightly overestimate retention in HIV care among newly diagnosed individuals.

Jason Halperin, Madelyne C Bean, Lauren E Richey,

Patients who are retained in HIV care have a higher likelihood of viral suppression and increased survival. Lab markers have been used as surrogate markers for clinical visits to estimate retention, but the accuracy of these markers at predicting retention in care has not been validated. A retrospective cohort study ... Read more >>

AIDS Care (AIDS care)
[2016, 28(9):1188-1191]

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Tobacco Use Patterns in a Southern US HIV Clinic.

Madelyne C Bean, Lauren E Richey, Kristen Williams, Amy E Wahlquist, J Michael Kilby,

Smoking rates are two to three times higher among people living with HIV and AIDS compared with the general population, but the prevalence of tobacco use among this population in the Charleston, SC region has not been established. To understand cigarette use, previous quit attempts, historic use of cessation therapies, ... Read more >>

South. Med. J. (Southern medical journal)
[2016, 109(5):305-308]

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