Tag: HIV testing
Seek, test, treat, and retain: exploring recent evidence on optimizing HIV prevention interventions.
Young gay men are at the highest risk for HIV infection, yet only 1 in 5 have ever been tested according to a recent national study.
HIV testing rates shown to be low among adolescent gay and bisexual men. Many even lack knowledge about the closest testing site.
Do GBQ men have more risky sex after testing negative for HIV? Researchers have developed a new measure to potentially answer this question.
Testing Negative Means I’m Lucky, Making Good Choices, or Immune: Diverse Reactions to HIV Test Results Are Associated with Risk Behaviors
Individuals respond differently to negative HIV tests, with some individuals subsequently engaging in increased HIV risk behaviors.
Understanding why youth access HIV testing infrequently is crucial to promoting testing and status knowledge within this demographic.
Mixed methods study findings are highlighted and implications for intervention are presented.
How users interact on social networking sites like Facebook has implications for HIV prevention efforts.
New Testing Initiative Launched! “Centro de tu Noche”
OraSure has released the first-ever at-home HIV test to increase access to quick, reliable testing, and individuals’ awareness of HIV status.