2005 CDC HIV Prevention Conference

2005 National HIV Prevention Conference, CDC, Atlanta, GA

Posters (PDF format)

HIV prevention fact sheets help put science into practice by Pamela DeCarlo, Marliese Warren, Naomi Adler, Ellen Goldstein, Maricarmen Arjona, Jeffrey Bernstein, Scott Stumbo and Olga Grinstead

HIV-infected MSM are less likely to receive prevention services despite greater risks of HIV transmission by Wayne T. Steward, Stephen F.Morin, Edwin D. Charlebois, Mallory O. Johnson, Jeffrey A. Kelly, Robert H. Remien and Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus

Assessing the evidence for HIV prevention strategies by Gail E. Kennedy, Tara Horvath and George W. Rutherford

Powerpoint Presentations

A Structural HIV Prevention Intervention to Help CBOs Implement Evidence-Based Interventions Effectively by Susan M. Kegeles, PhD, Gregory Rebchook, PhD, & the TRIP team

Adapting an Evidence-Based HIV Prevention Intervention for Young Black MSM by Susan M. Kegeles, Gregory Rebchook, Elder Claude Bowen, Roosevelt Mosby, Jr. and Phill Wilson

Clinician Practices in Assessing Risk Behavior in US HIV Clinics by Carol Dawson Rose, Grant Colfax, Lisa Metsch, David Mc Kirnan and Cari Courtenay-Quirk

The Role of Black Christian Churches In The Lives of Young Black Men Who Have Sex With Men (YBMSM) by Michael L.Foster, Susan Kegeles and Greg Rebchook

Social Norms and Sexual Risk Behavior Among Young Gay and Bisexual Men: Possible Mechanisms of Effect by David M.Huebner, Gregory M. Rebchook and Susan M. Kegeles

What predicts participation in community based HIV prevention programs for MSM? by David M. Huebner, Rae Jean Proescholdbell, Diana Formoso and Carol J. Nemeroff

Moving a research-based intervention into practice: Diffusion of the Mpowerment Project by Greg Rebchook, Susan Kegeles and the TRIP Research Team

How MSM manage HIV-risk behavior within the online “party and play” (PnP) subculture by Greg Rebchook and Alberto Curotto

Sexual Risk, Drug Use, HIV Testing, and HIV Prevalence Among Young Men in California Reporting Recent Sex with Men or Transgender Partners: The California Hey Man Study by Juan G. Ibarra et al.

Knowledge of Sexual Partners’ HIV Status among API MSM by Tri Do, Esther S. Hudes, Kristopher Proctor, Chung-Sook Han and Kyung-Hee Choi

Where Science Meets Community: the Men of Asia Testing for HIV study by Tri Do

Childhood Sexual Abuse in Black Men who have Sex with Men: Results from three Qualitative Pilot Studies by Sheldon D. Fields, David Malebranche and Sonja Feist-Price

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