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Table 2 Selection criteria

From: Which aspects of health care are most valued by people living with HIV in high-income countries? A systematic review

Inclusion criteria A primary aim of the paper/element of the results was to explore which aspects of health care are valued by people living with HIV
  Data collected during the era of combination antiretroviral therapy (ART) (from 1996 onwards)
  Quantitative or qualitative methodology
  Written in English
  Published in a peer-reviewed journal or conference abstract
Exclusion criteria Based on data collected prior to the introduction of combination ART (1996)
  Did not contain any primary data (e.g. review articles, editorials)
  Conference abstract without extractable data
  Research conducted outside of UK/Europe/USA/Canada/Australia/New Zealand
  Patients were children/adolescents
  Focus on dental care
  Focus on HIV care during pregnancy
  Focus on HIV testing services
  Focus on end of life care
  Focus on barriers to service entry
  Focus on inpatient services.