Research Assistant Joelynn Muwanga represented the ICHAD team at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA) held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in early November. She presented a poster out of the ICHAD Suubi+Adherence study that explored the role of pediatric quality of life and physical activity on self-reported medication adherence among the study participants. Analysis of this data revealed that pediatric quality of life was a positive predictor of medication adherence but found no significance with physical activity. The team also found that self-reported medication adherence was reduced as participants get older. Stay tuned for more details about these interesting findings!