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Larger is not necessarily better! Impact of HIV care unit characteristics on virological success: results from the French national representative ANRS-VESPA2 study

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  • Sagaon-Teyssier, Luis
  • Fressard, Lisa
  • Mora, Marion
  • Maradan, Gwenaëlle
  • Guagliardo, Valérie
  • Suzan-Monti, Marie
  • Dray-Spira, Rosemary
  • Spire, Bruno

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To determine the impact of hospital caseload size on HIV virological success when taking into account individual patient characteristics.

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  • Sagaon-Teyssier, Luis & Fressard, Lisa & Mora, Marion & Maradan, Gwenaëlle & Guagliardo, Valérie & Suzan-Monti, Marie & Dray-Spira, Rosemary & Spire, Bruno, 2016. "Larger is not necessarily better! Impact of HIV care unit characteristics on virological success: results from the French national representative ANRS-VESPA2 study," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 120(8), pages 936-947.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:hepoli:v:120:y:2016:i:8:p:936-947
    DOI: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2016.07.003
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