Latino/as with HIV are best supported with services tailored to their unique needs. ( J Sauceda JA, A Maiorana, L Georgetti-Gomez, S Zamudio-Haas, J Myers CAPS/PRC)
Read more here - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29767401
We are providing 100 clients on PrEP in our PrEP-OI study the option of home-based testing for COVID19 and PrEP labs. (P Saberi CAPS/PRC)
Read more here: https://preprx.ucsf.edu/home-based-laboratory-testing
Our probability-based household survey revealed individual prevention measures among non-Latino White, African American, and Latino respondents. (J Sauceda, T Neilands, M Lightfoot, P Saberi, CAPS/PRC)
This conceptual model shows how the pandemic will exacerbate existing disparities in food insecurity and chronic disease, which will persist after the pandemic (A Leddy CAPS/PRC)
Read more here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32766740/
Food insecurity is associated with lower levels of antiretroviral drug concentrations in hair among a cohort of women living with HIV (A Leddy CAPS/PRC)
Illustrations of social-science disciplines working together to build the capacity of HIV prevention services. (W Vincent, J Sevelius, S Lippman, E Arnold CAPS/PRC)
Three lessons from the HIV response can help stop rapid transmission of COVID-19, reduce deaths, prevent future outbreaks, and support affected communities. (J Auerbach CAPS/PRC)
Read more here.
We explore the benefits of conducting research remotely all while keeping participants and staff safe (P. Saberi CAPS/PRC)
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Their quality can be improved by addressing common tech challenges. (A. Wootton, P. Saberi CAPS/PRC)
However, MSM PWID were more likely to use PrEP (W. McFarland W, CAPS/PRC)