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See the press release for Dr. Pedro Mateu-Gelabert's new article in AIDS Education and Prevention "The Staying Safe Intervention: Training People Who Inject Drugs in Strategies to Avoid Injection-Related HCV and HIV Infection." For more information on the article see the abstract or description of the project study: Staying Safe.




David Perlman, MD, CDUHR Infectious Disease Core Director, was quoted in the March 30th issue of New York Magazine "Immune to Logic: Some New York City Private Schools Have Dismal Vaccination Rates" discussing the issue of vaccinations.





See the press release for Sam Friedman's article in the Annals of Epidemiology "Do metropolitan HIV epidemic histories and programs for people who inject drugs and men who have sex with men predict AIDS incidence and mortality among heterosexuals?" For additional information on the article see the abstract, or a description of the project: Community Vulnerability and Responses to Drug User-Related HIV/AIDS




SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) has included the Peer-Driven Intervention to Enroll Minorities/Women in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials (ACT2) project (Marya Gwadz, PI) on its national registry of evidence-based programs and practices. To be included in the registry, a program must meet NREPP's minimum requirements for review and has been independently assessed and rated for Quality of Research and Readiness for Dissemination. The registry is a searchable online database of mental health and substance abuse interventions. Read more about the ACT2 intervention on SAMHSA's NREPP website.

Fact Sheets

Computerized Counseling Improves Care for Persons Living with HIV

CARE+, a computerized counseling intervention to improve antiretroviral therapy (ART) and reduce transmission by people living with HIV, was found to reduce HIV viral load, increase the percentage of ART medication doses and decrease sexual transmission behaviors. In addition, the CARE+ intervention was well received by participants. They judged it to as much or more helpful than face-to-face counseling from a staff member. See more details of these findings in our new fact sheet.


A complete list of all CDUHR factsheets are available here.