O’Brien, K. K., Ibáñez-Carrasco, F., Solomon, P., Harding, R., Brown, D., Ahluwalia, P., Chan Carusone, S., Baxter, L., Emlet, C., Restall, G., Casey, A., Ahluwalia, A., Quigley, A., Terpstra, A. R., & Ononiwu, N. (2020). Research priorities for rehabilitation and aging with HIV: a framework from the Canada-International HIV and Rehabilitation Research Collaborative (CIHRRC). AIDS Research and Therapy, 17(1).
People with HIV are living longer and can experience physical, mental, and social health challenges associated with aging and multimorbidity. Rehabilitation is well-positioned to address disability and maximize healthy aging. In this article, findings from CIHRRC’s aim to identify emerging research priorities in HIV, aging, and rehabilitation from the perspectives of people living with HIV, clinicians, researchers, representatives from community organizations, and policy stakeholders are reported.