This was a 5-year study of HIV risk and social dynamics in sex-work establishments conducted in two rural and two mid-sized urban towns in Hainan and Guanxi Provinces, China.
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This 4-year study sought to enhance HIV prevention by increasing community-wide availability, accessibility, and support for use of the female condom to reduce transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections as well as pregnancy.
Community Alliances, HIV AIDS Risk and Prevention, Specialized Methods, Substance Abuse and Prevention
The goal of this 3-year study was to translate the Risk Avoidance Partnership (RAP) project for implementation in outpatient drug treatment clinics and to pilot test the modified intervention in two methadone clinics.
Provider Supplement to the Female Condom project: Engaging Clinical Health Care Providers (CHCP) in Female Condom Promotion
This 1-year study targeted Clinical Health Care Providers practicing in community and hospital-based outpatient primary care health centers and clinics in Hartford to examine factors affecting their willingness to promote the female condom for women’s HIV prevention.
This study identified and explored characteristics of "high-risk sites" where people gather to use drugs, drug-user social networks, and other context factors that contribute to HIV and other health risks in those settings.
This 1-year supplement to “Sustained Safer Behaviors in High-Risk Women to Prevent HIV” targeted Clinical Health Care Providers (CHCP) practicing in community and hospital-based outpatient primary care health centers and clinics in Hartford.
The number of people living with HIV in India exceeds 2 million. India faces a major challenge in providing antiretroviral therapy (ART) services in the next decades to several million people who live with or will acquire HIV/AIDS.