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Use this screening instrument to select participants most likely to benefit from peer education intervention (PEI).
Sexual Risk Behavior Associated with Transition to Injection Among Young Non-injecting Heroin Users
(Springer Verlag, 2013-09)
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of transitioning from non-injection heroin use to injection drug use on sexual risk behavior. Non-injecting heroin users age 16-30 were enrolled from 2002 to 2005, and ...
Peer-education Intervention to Reduce Injection Risk Behaviors Benefits High-Risk Young Injection Drug Users: A Latent Transition Analysis of the CIDUS 3/DUIT Study
(Springer Verlag, 2013-07)
We analyzed data from a large randomized HIV/HCV prevention intervention trial with young injection drug users (IDUs) conducted in five U.S. cities. The trial compared a peer education intervention (PEI) with a time-matched, ...
Injection-Related Risk Behavior and Engagement in Outreach, Intervention and Prevention Services Across 20 US Cities
BACKGROUND: Monitoring the effects of HIV prevention efforts on risk behaviors among persons who inject drugs is a key to inform prevention programs and policy. METHODS: Using data from the 2012 National HIV Behavioral ...
Feasibility of ecological momentary assessment to study mood and risk behavior among young people who inject drugs
AIMS: To test the acceptability and feasibility of ecological momentary assessment (EMA) of mood and injection risk behavior among young people who inject drugs (PWID), using mobile phones. METHODS: Participants were ...