Bibliographies

Since INRUD’s inception in 1989, the Drug Policy Research Group at Harvard Medical School has maintained the INRUD Bibliography – an annotated listing made up of published and unpublished articles, books, reports, and other documents related to rational drug use.

With time, the INRUD Bibliography has grown and more than doubled in size.

As a result of the work of the INRUD Initiative on Adherence to Antiretrovirals (INRUD-IAA) and increasing recognition of the importance of adherence to antiretroviral therapy, a second annotated bibliography has now been created – the ART Adherence Bibliography. Developed and maintained by the Drug Policy Research Group, the inaugural version of this bibliography contains over 400 entries. 

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ART Adherence Bibliography

The ART Adherence Bibliography has been developed by the Harvard Medical School’s Drug Policy Research Group, an INRUD-IAA partner, and currently includes over 400 articles published up to June 30, 2009, all specifically related to the adherence to antiretroviral therapy.

It is particularly helpful for those working in the field of adherence to ART in Africa since it provides articles on –  

  • Results of interventions undertaken in African countries at the patient or community level to strengthen ART adherence.
  • Study of determinants of adherence on standardizing measurement.
  • Results of African clinical studies in which the main focus was efficacy or safety of ARV medications and in which adherence was measured as a potential factor.

The ART Adherence Bibliography will be updated every six months. Submission of materials for potential addition to the database is always welcome.

Access the ART Adherence Bibliography. Under "Limit to Database" chose ART Adherence and begin your search.

For more help on how to search the ART Adherence Bibliography click here

To request it on disk or via email, please contact inrud@msh.org to receive a copy.

INRUD Bibliography

The INRUD Bibliography is an annotated database of published and unpublished articles, books reports and other documents focusing on rational use of medicines, mainly in developing countries. It is updated every six months.

As of May 2009 the INRUD bibliography contains more than 5,000 entries and is used widely by researchers for proposals, research reports, or scientific papers.  

Submission of materials for potential addition to the database is always welcome. To read more about the INRUD Bibliography, download INRUD News from December 2003.

Access the INRUD Bibliography. Under "Limit to Database" chose INRUD Bibliography and begin your search.

To request it on disk or via email, please contact inrud@msh.org to receive a copy. 

For more help on how to search the INRUD Bibliography click here.

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