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A typology of models for expanding access to oral health care services for people living with HIV

Authors Rajabiun, S., Bachman, S.S., Fox, J.E., Tobias, C., Bednarsh, H.

Date 2011

Project ECHO

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Oral Health Care

This article appeared in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry, May 11, 2011. It describes a typology of program models for expanding access to dental services for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). These programs serve communities with limited access and high unmet need for oral healthcare, such as rural areas, low-income and racial/ethnic minorities.

Patient Perspectives on improving oral health care practices among people living with HIV

Authors Rajabiun, S., Fox, J. E., McCluskey, A., Guevara, E., Verdecias, N., Jeanty, Y., DeMayo, M., Mofidi, M.

Date 2012

Project ECHO

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Oral Health Care

Access to Oral Health Care and Self-Reported Health Status Among Low-Income Adults Living with HIV/AIDS

Authors Bachman, S.S., Walter, A.W., Umez-Eronini, A.

Date 2012

Project ECHO

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Oral Health Care

Correlates of Unmet Dental Care Need among HIV-Positive Persons since Being Diagnosed with HIV

Authors Jeanty, Y., Cardenas, G., Fox, J. E., Pereyra, M., Diaz, C., Bednarsh, H., Reznik, D., Abel, S., Bachman, S. S., Metsch, L.

Date 2012

Project ECHO

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Oral Health Care

This article appeared in Public Health Reports 2012 Supplement 2. It describes a study in which the characteristics of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) who reported unmet oral health needs since testing positive were analyzed and compared to characteristics of people reporting no unmet health needs. Barriers to accessing oral health care for PLWHA were also identified.

Differences between adults with a history of methamphetamine use and non-drug users enrolled in a program to increase access to oral health services for people living with HIV

Authors Walter, A.W., Bachman, S.S., Reznik, D.A., Nath, A., Flournoy, M., Young, N.

Date 2012

Project ECHO

Keywords HIV/AIDS, Oral Health Care