To describe the experiences of the HIV treatment cascade of diagnosis, engagement with care and initiation of treatment from the perspective of patients; we explored whether this differed according to the year of their diagnosis, for example, whether they had experienced HIV care in the pretreatment era.
Qualitative interview study with framework analysis.
Two large HIV adult outpatient clinics in central London.
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Patient perspectives on the HIV continuum of care in London: a qualitative study of people diagnosed between 1986 and 2014
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