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Using an electronic medical record system to identify factors associated with attrition from the HIV antiretroviral therapy program at two hospitals in Haiti

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N.H. Puttkammer ,

University of Washington, Department of Global Health/International Training and Education Center for Health, Seattle, WA/US
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S.B. Zeliadt,

University of Washington, Health Services Department, Seattle, WA/US
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J. Baseman,

University of Washington, Epidemiology Department, Seattle, WA/US
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R. Destine,

I-TECH Haiti, Petionville/HT
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N.R. Labbe Coq,

I-TECH Haiti, Petionville/HT
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J.W. Domercant,

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Global AIDS Program—Haiti, Tabarre/HT
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N.A. Raphael,

I-TECH Haiti, Petionville/HT
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K. Sherr,

University of Washington, Department of Global Health/Health Alliance International, Seattle, WA/US
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K. Yuhas,

University of Washington, Department of Global Health/Center for AIDS Research, Seattle, WA/US
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S. Barnhart

University of Washington Seattle, Seattle, WA/US
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How to Cite: Puttkammer, N.H., Zeliadt, S.B., Baseman, J., Destine, R., Labbe Coq, N.R., Domercant, J.W., Raphael, N.A., Sherr, K., Yuhas, K. and Barnhart, S., 2014. Using an electronic medical record system to identify factors associated with attrition from the HIV antiretroviral therapy program at two hospitals in Haiti. Annals of Global Health, 80(3), pp.191–192. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2014.08.106
Published on 25 Sep 2014.
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