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Optimizing identification of frailty among older adults with HIV infection

This study will: 1) describe the incidence, prevalence, and trends of frailty in people with and without HIV infection at Kaiser Permanente Northern California (KPNC), 2) quantify the contribution of sociodemographic, behavioral, and comorbidity-related factors to frailty, and 3) evaluate the use of an electronic health record-based frailty index to predict frailty-related clinical events. This study will be conducted in an established KPNC cohort of people with HIV and matched uninfected comparators.

Investigator: Lam, Jennifer

Funder: KP National Office of Community Health

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