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)
Older Black MSM living with HIV use mobile technology to engage in health care, but face barriers and challenges to using the technology. (J. Tan, A. Tabrisky , R. Siedle-Khan CAPS / PRC)
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A higher score was found among U.S. patients, racial minorities, cis-women, and heterosexuals and was associated with poor retention in care. (T. Neilands, J. Sauceda, M. Johnson CAPS/PRC). Read more here
¿Cómo afectan los medicamentos opioides a las personas con VIH?
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Adherence to Combination Therapy in AIDS Clinical Trials (1997)
Chesney, M., Ickovics J., for the Recruitment, Adherence and Retention Committee of the ACTG (1997). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the AIDS Clinical Trials Group, July 1997,Washington, D.C.The Recruitment, Adherence and Retention Subcommittee of the AIDS Clinical Trials Group administered two questionnaires to 76 patients on combination therapy from 10 clinic AIDS Clinical Trials Units during May and June of 1997 (results were presented at the July, 1997 ACTG meeting by Drs.
Research & Resources
This brochure lists research projects with youth or young adults, as well as helpful resources produced by CAPS/PRC. You might use it to:
Research & ResourcesThis brochure lists research projects with African Americans and helpful resources produced by CAPS/PRC. You might use it to:
- Stay up-to-date on research and learn what we found out from research
- Provide materials in trainings/presentations
- Advocate for services/funding
- Write grants
- Develop new or modify existing HIV prevention programs
- Evaluate current programs
- Connect with CAPS/PRC to develop new projects. Lead researchers (PIs) are listed for each study.