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Behavioural intervention to enhance HIV test/treat

Status
Ongoing
Phase
II
Principal Investigator(s)
Seth Kalichman
Objective

Effectiveness of behavioural interventios to improve ART adherence

Prevention Option(s)
Treatment
Study Design
Controlled
Randomized
Arms and Assigned Interventions
Description
Behavioral counseling conducted in one office session followed by 4 cell-phone-based sessions. Counseling is based on models of behavioral self-management and cognitive decision making with the primary aim to increase antiretroviral adherence, engagement in HIV care, and reduction of sexual risk behaviors for HIV transmission.
ARMs
Experimental
Description
Educational counseling to help link participants to social serves and health related strategies.
ARMs
Placebo Comparator
Trial Sponsors
University of Connecticut
February 2012
February 2016
Enrollment
500
18
Years
Population
Women
Men
HIV positive
Sites

Southeast HIV/AIDS Research and Evaluation Project

Atlanta, Georgia
United States of America