Efficacy of a Group-Based Multimedia HIV Prevention Intervention for Drug-Involved Women under Community Supervision: Project WORTH
Substance abuse, HIV, drug involvement
This study is designed to address the need for evidence-based HIV/STI prevention approaches for drug-involved women under criminal justice community supervision.
We tested the efficacy of a group-based traditional and multimedia HIV/STI prevention intervention (Project WORTH: Women on the Road to Health) among drug-involved women under community supervision.
Original Publication Citation
El-Bassel, N., Gilbert, L., Goddard-Eckrich, D., Chang, M., Wu, E., Hunt, T., Epperson, M., Shaw, S.A., Rowe, J., Almonte, M., Witte, S. (2014). Efficacy of a group-based multimedia HIV prevention intervention for drug-involved women under community supervision: Project WORTH. Plos One, 9(11), e111528.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
El-Bassel, Nabila; Gilbert, Louisa; Goddard-Eckrich, D; Chang, Mingway; Wu, Elwin; Hunt, Tim; Epperson, Matthew; Shaw, Stacey; Rowe, J; Almonte, Maria; and Witte, Susan, "Efficacy of a Group-Based Multimedia HIV Prevention Intervention for Drug-Involved Women under Community Supervision: Project WORTH" (2014). All Faculty Publications. 2900.
Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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