Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

CFAR Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Network


Shaping a Contemporary Research Strategy for HIV - October 29, 2019

JAIDS December 1, 2019 - Volume 82 - Supplement 2


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  2. Kahn J, DesJarlais D, Dobkin CD. Mentoring the Next Generation of HIV Prevention Researchers: A Model Mentoring Program at the University of California San Francisco and Gladstone Institute of Immunology. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S5-S9.
  3. Pinkerton SD, Pearson CR, Eachus SR. Proposal for the Development of a Standardized Protocol for Assessing the Economic Costs of HIV Prevention Interventions. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S10-S14. PMCID:PMC2536744
  4. Walkup J, Blank MB, Gonzalez JS. The Impact of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Factors on HIV Prevention and Treatment. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S15-S19.
  5. Kraut-Becher Julie, Eisenberg M, Voytek C. Examining Racial Disparities in HIV: Lessons from Sexually Transmitted Infections Research. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S20-S27.
  6. Kelly JA, Spielberg F, McAuliffe TL.  Defining, Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Phase 4 HIV Prevention Effectiveness Trials for Vulnerable Populations. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S28-S33. PMCID:PMC2409151
  7. Cassels S, Clark SJ, Morris M.  Mathematical Models for HIV Transmission Dynamics: Tools for Social and Behavioral Science Research. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S34-S39. PMCID:PMC3387534
  8. Wingood GM, DiClemente RJ.  The ADAPT-ITT Model: A Novel Method of Adapting Evidence-Based HIV Interventions. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S40-S46.
  9. DiClemente RJ, Wingood GM, Blank MB, Metzger D. Future Directions for HIV Prevention Research: Charting a Prevention Science Research Agenda. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2008; 47(Suppl):S47-S48.
  10. Williams JK, Wyatt GE, Wingood GM. The Four Cs of HIV Prevention with African Americans: Crisis, Condoms, Culture, and Community. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):185-193. PMCID:PMC2938440
  11. Gwadz MV, Colon, P, Ritchie AS. Increasing and Supporting the Participation of Persons of Color Living with HIV/AIDS in AIDS Clinical Trials. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):194-200. PMCID:PMC3634564
  12. Golub SA, Operario D, Gorbach PM. Pre-exposure Prophylaxis State of the Science: Empirical Analogies for Research and Implementation. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):201-209. PMCID:PMC2938422
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  14. Metzger DS, Zhang Y.  Drug Treatment as HIV Prevention: Expanding Treatment Options. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):220-225. PMCID:PMC3155767
  15. Hahn JA, Samet JH. Alcohol and HIV Disease Progression: Weighing the Evidence. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):226-233. PMCID:PMC2938419
  16. Geng EH, Nash D, Kambugu A, Zhang Y. Retention in Care among HIV-Infected Patients in Resource-Limited Settings: Emerging Insights and New Directions. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):234-244. PMCID:PMC3021803
  17. Richard M. Grimes, Deanna E. Grimes Readiness: The State of the Science (or the Lack Thereof). Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2010; 7(4):245-252. PMCID:PMC2989238
  18. Sean D. Young, Eric Rice.  Online Social Networking Technologies, HIV Knowledge, and Sexual Risk and Testing Behaviors Among Homeless Youth. AIDS Behav 2011 Feb;15(2):259-260. PMCID:PMC3029467
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  20. Hong Y, Li X, Fang X, Lin X, Zhang C.  Internet Use Among Female Sex Workers in China: Implications for HIV/STI Prevention.  AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):273-282.
  21. Wohl DA, Khan MR, Tisdale C, Kathy Norcott Locating the Places People Meet New Sexual Partners in a Southern US City to Inform HIV/STI Prevention and Testing Efforts. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):283-291. PMCID:PMC3390143
  22. Ko NK, Lee HC, Hung CC, Tseng FC. Trends of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections, Estimated HIV Incidence, and Risky Sexual Behaviors Among Gay Bathhouse Attendees in Taiwan: 2004–2008. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):292-297.
  23. Prestage G, Down I, Grulich A, Zablotska I. Sex Partying Among Gay Men in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):298-304.
  24. Mimiaga MJ, Reisner SL, Bland SE, Driscoll MA. Sex Parties among Urban MSM: An Emerging Culture and HIV Risk Environment. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):305-318.
  25. Menza TW, Kerani RP, Handsfield HH.  Stable Sexual Risk Behavior in a Rapidly Changing Risk Environment: Findings from Population-Based Surveys of Men Who Have Sex with Men in Seattle, Washington, 2003–2006. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):319-329.
  26. Ao TTH, Sam N, Kiwelu I, Mahal A. Risk Factors of Alcohol Problem Drinking Among Female Bar/Hotel Workers in Moshi, Tanzania: A Multi-Level Analysis.  AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):330-339.
  27. Hudson AL, Nyamathi A, Bhattacharya D. Impact of Prison Status on HIV-Related Risk Behaviors. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):340-346. PMCID:PMC2945614
  28. Epperson MW, Khan MR, El-Bassel N, Wu E. A Longitudinal Study of Incarceration and HIV Risk Among Methadone Maintained Men and Their Primary Female Partners. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):347-355. PMCID:PMC2917637
  29. Wohl DA, Scheyett A, Golin CE, White B.  Intensive Case Management Before and After Prison Release is No More Effective Than Comprehensive Pre-Release Discharge Planning in Linking HIV-Infected Prisoners to Care: A Randomized Trial. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):356-364. PMCID:PMC3532052
  30. Olga Grinstead Reznick, Megan Comfort, Kathleen McCartney. Effectiveness of an HIV Prevention Program for Women Visiting Their Incarcerated Partners: The HOME Project. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):365-375. PMCID:PMC3032899
  31. Simoni JM, Safren SA, Manhart LE, Lyda K. Challenges in Addressing Depression in HIV Research: Assessment, Cultural Context, and Methods.  AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):376-388. PMCID:PMC3335263
  32. Taylor DJ, Lie CC, Weaver MA, Tolley E. Notes on the Frequency of Routinely Collected and Self-Reported Behavioral Data in HIV Prevention Trials.  AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):389-395.
  33. Mitrani VB, Feaster DJ, Weiss-Laxer NS. Malaise, Motivation and Motherhood: Predictors of Engagement in Behavioral Interventions from a Randomized Controlled Trial for HIV+ Women in Drug Abuse Recovery. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):396-406. PMCID:PMC3051343
  34. Mensch BS, Hewett PC, Abbott S, Rankin J.  Assessing the Reporting of Adherence and Sexual Activity in a Simulated Microbicide Trial in South Africa: An Interview Mode Experiment Using a Placebo Gel. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):407-421.
  35. Müller AD, Jaspan HB, Myer L. Standard Measures Are Inadequate to Monitor Pediatric Adherence in a Resource-Limited Setting. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):422-431. PMCID:PMC3032912
  36. Li Q, Li X, Stanton B, Wang B. Psychometric Properties of a Pictorial Scale Measuring Correct Condom Use. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):432-440.
  37. Heckman BD, Berlin KS, Heckman TG. Psychometric Characteristics and Race-Related Measurement Invariance of Stress and Coping Measures in Adults with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Behav 2011; 15(2):441-453.
  38. Blank MB, Metzger DS, Wingood GM, DiClemente RJ.  The Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Network: Translational Research to Reduce Disparities in HIV.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S1-S3.
  39. Curran JW, Hoxie JA. Translating Social and Behavioral Science Research to the AIDS Epidemic: A Center for AIDS Research Perspective. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S4-S5. PMCID:PMC4039405
  40. Rausch DM, Grossman CI, Erbelding EJ.  Integrating Behavioral and Biomedical Research in HIV Interventions: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S6-S11.
  41. Vermund SH, Tique JA, Cassell Holly M. Translation of Biomedical Prevention Strategies for HIV: Prospects and Pitfalls.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S12-S25. PMCID:PMC3725750
  42. Glasgow RE, Eckstein ET, Zarrad EL, Khair M. Implementation Science Perspectives and Opportunities for HIV/AIDS Research: Integrating Science, Practice, and Policy. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S26-S31.
  43. Rhodes SD, Duck S, Alonzo J. Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Prevent HIV Disparities: Assumptions and Opportunities Identified by the Latino Partnership.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S32-S35. PMCID:PMC3715119
  44. Wingood GM, DiClemente RJ, Robinson-Simpson L.  Efficacy of an HIV Intervention in Reducing High-Risk Human Papillomavirus, Nonviral Sexually Transmitted Infections, and Concurrency Among African American Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S36-S43. PMCID:PMC3658173
  45. Blank MB, Eisenberg MM.  Tailored Treatment for HIV+ Persons with Mental Illness: The Intervention Cascade. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S44-S48. PMCID:PMC3667202
  46. Rich JD, DiClemente RJ, Levy J. Correctional Facilities as Partners in Reducing HIV Disparities. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S49-S53. PMCID:PMC3701159
  47. Latkin CA, Davey-Rothwell MA, Knowlton A. R Social Network Approaches to Recruitment, HIV Prevention, Medical Care, and Medication Adherence. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S54-S58 PMCID:PMC3669900
  48. Wingood GM, Reddy P, Lang DL. Efficacy of SISTA South Africa on Sexual Behavior and Relationship Control Among isiXhosa Women in South Africa: Results of a Randomized-Controlled Trial. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S59-S65. PMCID: PMC4130395
  49. DiClemente RJ, Bradley E, Davis TL.  Adoption and Implementation of a Computer-Delivered HIV/STD Risk-Reduction Intervention for African American Adolescent Females Seeking Services at County Health Departments. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S66-S71.  PMCID:PMC3660838
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  51. DiClemente RJ, Brown JL, Sales JM.  Rate of Decay in Proportion of Condom-Protected Sex Acts Among Adolescents After Participation in an HIV Risk-Reduction Intervention. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S85-S89. PMCID:PMC3662369
  52. Williams C, Eisenberg M, Becher J. Racial Disparities in HIV Prevalence and Risk Behaviors Among Injection Drug Users and Members of Their Risk Networks. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S90-S94.
  53. Wingood GM, Dunkle K, Camp C.  Racial Differences and Correlates of Potential Adoption of Preexposure Prophylaxis: Results of a National Survey. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S95-S101.
  54. Sullivan PS, Grey JA, Rosser S, Brian R.  Emerging Technologies for HIV Prevention for MSM: What We Have Learned, and Ways Forward.  Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2013; 63(suppl):S102-S107. PMCID:PMC3670990
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