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Research Study Resources

Presentations made at the 3rd Grantee Meeting for the SPNS Prevention with Positives in Clinical Settings Initiative (November 2004)

Presentations made at the 2004 Ryan White Care Act Grantees Conference (August 2004)

Missed Opportunities for Preventing HIV Transmission: A Study of Ryan White Care Act Clinicians. Preliminary results from an AIDS Research Institute study, Steve Morin PPT

Missed Opportunities: The Ryan White Care Act Prevention Project Instrument (Word Document)
Read more about the methods used for this study.

Qualitative interview guides for measuring attitudes and experiences with prevention with positives in clinical settings (Word documents)

Missed Opportunities: The Ryan White Care Act Prevention Project Instrument in Spanish. (Word document)

Brief Safer Sex Intervention for HIV Outpatient Clinics. Jean Richardson, USC Partnership for Health Program PPT

From Needs Assessment to Curriculum Development: HIV Intervention Program for Providers. Carol Dawson-Rose, UCSF PPT

The Options Project: Physician-Delivered Intervention for HIV+ Patients in Clinical Care. CDC Prevention Conference, Jeffrey Fisher PPT

Physician-Delivered Interventions: The Options Project. NIMH Conference Presentation, Jeffrey Fisher PPT

HIV Prevention for Positives in the Clinical Setting. Conference poster, Frederick Hecht, UCSF PDF

Supporting Client Disclosure of HIV Status—Evaluating Provider Efficacy before vs. after a Skills-Based Training. Conference poster, Alice Gandelman, et al. PPT


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