You are hereHome › Usha Kundu, MD College of Health (COH) › Department of Public Health › Memiah, Peter › Correlates of ART Adherence among Male Sex Workers (MSW) in Kenya Style APAChicagoHarvardIEEEMLATurabian Choose the citation style. Laibon, R., Kiptoo, M., Ngure, K., Oeba, V. O., Sabo, C., Wood, C., … Memiah, P. (2016). Correlates of ART Adherence among Male Sex Workers (MSW) in Kenya. Baoj Hiv, 2(2). Download PDF Correlates of ART Adherence among Male Sex Workers (MSW) in Kenya Details Type Academic Journal Article Title Correlates of ART Adherence among Male Sex Workers (MSW) in Kenya Contributor(s) Laibon, Ruth (author)Kiptoo, Michael (author)Ngure, Kenneth (author)Oeba, Vincent O. (author)Sabo, Charles (author)Wood, Camille (author)Mathenge, John (author)Memiah, Peter (author) Located In BAOJ HIV Volume 2 Issue 2 Date 2016 Use/Reproduction open access journal Abstract Given the relevance of antiretroviral therapy (ART) treatment to improving life expectancy and preventing the spread of drug-resistant strains, many studies have attempted to predict causes of adherence and non-adherence in order to design strategies that reduce the number of missed doses. Methodologically, there is growing agreement that patients’ self-assessments of adherence—through interviews or self-administered questionnaires—show significant correlation with viral load tests. Little is known about the level of ART adherence among male sex workers (MSW) in Kenya; particularly in Nairobi. This study was aimed to determine the level of adherence to antiretroviral therapy and associated factors among MSW.