ASTRA and its associated studies, CIPHER and AURAH, present independent research funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) under its Programme Grants for Applied Research funding scheme (RP-PG-0608-10142).

The studies are some of the components of CAPRA, a programme for the Comprehensive Assessment of the Prevention Role of Antiretroviral therapy.

The studies also receive support through the Comprehensive Clinical Research Network.

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Cognitive Impairment in People with HIV in the European Region

CIPHER is a study in HIV outpatients to assess the prevalence of cognitive disorders, associated features and impact on risk behaviours.

It is based on a subset of the patients who have answered the ASTRA questionnaire. They will be asked to undertake more detailed psychological tests in order to assess any HIV associated changes to neurocognitive functioning.

CIPHER is funded by NEAT (European AIDS Treatment Network).