Rob Stephenson

Hierarchical Influences on PrEP use, willingness and readiness among male couples

Research Project Description

To respond to this critical gap in understanding how relational/dyadic, community and social network factors affect PrEP uptake among male couples, we propose to conduct a novel two-year mixed method project to collect in-person, quantitative dyadic data from 100 self-reported HIV-negative and 100 self-reported HIV-discordant male couples in Miami, FL and Detroit, MI.

Funding:
National Institute of Mental Health
(7 R21 MH 111445 02)

Funding Period: 1/1/2017 to 12/31/2018

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