The LGBT Health & Development Program

Tag: HIV prevention


Research Blog—Recruitment and Retention with YMSM

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3rd June

Recruitment and retention can be challenging. Here, we share some tips from our experiences working with LGBTQ young people.



Research Blog—Long-Acting Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) as a Promising HIV Prevention Strategy

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6th April

Alternatives to daily oral pill-taking are needed to promote PrEP adherence.



Youth Blog – Finding hidden HIV virus in the body

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8th February

Researchers are finding new answers in the quest to end HIV. Catch up on the latest breakthrough towards a cure.



Racial/Ethnic Difference in HIV-Related Knowledge among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men and Their Association with Condom Errors

11th January

Findings stress need for more attention to HIV transmission-related educational activities targeting the social realities of YMSM.



Youth Blog—Ask an Expert: Is It Ever Okay to Have Anal Sex without a Condom?

Posted by Brian F. in Ask an Expert, Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

5th November

What if I wash beforehand? Or just got tested for HIV? Our expert talks about myths and reality.



Research Blog—New Initiative to Build HIV Prevention Evaluation Capacity of Community-Based Organizations and Healthcare Centers

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1st May

The Chicago Department of Public Health recently funded the Center for the Evaluation of HIV Prevention Programs in Chicago led by IMPACT.



Youth Blog—Keeping It Safe(r) and Steamy

27th February

How to have a healthy relationship and satisfying sex life when you or your partner has HIV



Research Blog—Online Focus Groups for HIV Prevention?

Posted by Gregory Phillips II in Featured, Research Blog. No Comments

29th January

Online focus groups may improve sexual health and social support for young gay, bisexual, and queer men.



Online Focus Groups as an HIV Prevention Program for Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Adolescent Males

21st January

For both sexually experienced and inexperienced GBQ males, online focus groups show promise as an intervention to reduce HIV risk.



The MyPEEPS Randomized Controlled Trial: A Pilot of Preliminary Efficacy, Feasibility, and Acceptability of a Group-Level, HIV Risk Reduction Intervention for Young Men Who Have Sex with Men

14th October

Pilot study of an interactive, behavioral HIV prevention intervention targeting YMSM






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