The influence of the "good" patient ideal on HIV care engagement

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Engaged and less engaged patients reveal a "moral" dimension to HIV care engagement. Well-engaged patients were considered to be ‘good’ patients. Vulnerable patients may feel less secure in health care interactions, amplified by an unreasonable impression of a good’ patient. (K. Koester, M. Johnson, T. Wood, T. Neilands, J. Sauceda, & K. Christopoulos, CAPS/PRC)

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