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Models of Care for Patients With HIV 

Models of Care for Patients With HIV
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Models of Care for Patients With HIV
Author(s):

James Bourgeois

, Mary Ann Cohen

, John Grimaldi

, Jon A. Levenson

, Yavar Moghimi

, Weston Fisher

, and David Tran

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199392742.003.0007
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date: 18 August 2019

Numerous contemporary clinical models for the delivery and coordination of psychiatric and other mental health care for patients with HIV within outpatient medical care settings are described in this chapter. Care for patients’ multimorbid psychiatric illness in the context of general medical care for HIV-associated conditions is a pragmatic application of the Engel biopsychosocial model and offers the opportunity for interprofessional collegiality and collaborative care in managing the clinical illnesses and other challenges faced by persons with HIV. The functional descriptions of the various care delivery models include the strengths and challenges faced in operating within these models. Detailed discussions of well-established HIV care delivery models in Boston, New York, and San Francisco are included to illustrate how to tailor the integration of psychiatric services in various institutional settings.

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