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High-risk behaviours, and their associations with mental health, adherence to antiretroviral therapy and HIV parameters, in HIV-positive men who have sex with men
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    Journal article
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  • Authors:
    Pool ERM, Winston A, Bagkeris E, Vera JH, Mallon PWG, Sachikonye M, Post FA, Pozniak A, Boffito M, Anderson J, Williams I, Johnson M, Burgess L, Sabin CA, Babalis D, Garvey L, Campbell L, Yurdakul S, Okumu S, Pollard L, Suárez BS, Otiko D, Phillips L, Laverick R, Beynon M, Salz AL, Severn A, Fisher M, Clarke A, Richardson C, Kirk S, Gleig R, Macken A, Ghavani-Kia B, Maher J, Byrne M, Flaherty A, Babu S, Mguni S, Clark R, Nevin-Dolan R, Pelluri S, Ngwu N, Hemat N, Carroll A, Kinloch S, Youle M, Madge S, Whitehouse A, Babalis D, Garvey L, Underwood J, Tembo L, Stott M, McDonald L, Dransfield F, Bracchi M, Pagani N, Cerrone M, Bradshaw D, Ferretti F, Higgs C, Seah E, Fletcher S, Anthonipillai M, Moyes A, Deats K, Syed I, Matthews C, Fernando P, Chiwome C, Hardwick S, De Francesco D
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    HIV Medicine
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© 2018 The Authors. HIV Medicine published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of British HIV Association Objectives: To investigate the patterns and frequency of multiple risk behaviours (alcohol, drugs, smoking, higher risk sexual activity) among men who have sex with men (MSM) living with HIV. Methods: Cross sectional study. Results: 819 HIV-positive MSM exhibited a high-risk phenotype (defined as >3 of smoking, excess alcohol, sexually transmitted infection and recent recreational drug use). This phenotype was associated with younger age, depressive symptoms and <90% adherence in multivariable logistic regression. Conclusion: In a cohort of MSM, a small, but significant proportion exhibited multiple concurrent risk behaviours.
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