Journal Article

Annotated Bibliography for HIV and Aging - 2020


Each year we collect the published articles that address the topic of older adults living with HIV/AIDS. The number is again higher this year and are about 1000 in number. They have been organized into topics with a new addition this year being COVID –19. Articles from countries outside the USA are included when the data is pertinent to the larger issue of Aging with HIV. If there are articles that should have been cited here, please contact us as we update its contents. Generally, the emphasis is on publications in older persons in the USA, but if relevant, others are included. It is a pleasure to provide this valuable resource to you in order to improve the knowledge and care of older adults living with HIVAIDS.

Stephen Karpiak PhD and Richard Havlik MD,

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