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The efficacy of a relationship-based HIV/STD prevention program for heterosexual couples.
- N. El-Bassel, S. Witte, +4 authors P. Steinglass
- American journal of public health
- 1 June 2003
OBJECTIVES This study examined the efficacy of a relationship-based HIV/sexually transmitted disease prevention program for heterosexual couples and whether it is more effective when delivered to the… Expand
Intimate Partner Violence and HIV Risk Among Urban Minority Women in Primary Health Care Settings
- Elwin Wu, N. El-Bassel, S. Witte, L. Gilbert, Mingway P. Chang
- AIDS and Behavior
- 1 September 2003
This study describes the associations between intimate partner violence (IPV) and HIV risk among urban, predominantly minority women. Interviews were conducted with 1,590 women, predominantly African… Expand
An Integrated Relapse Prevention and Relationship Safety Intervention for Women on Methadone: Testing Short-Term Effects on Intimate Partner Violence and Substance Use
This study tests the feasibility, safety, and short-term preliminary effects of a relapse prevention and relationship safety (RPRS) intervention in reducing drug use and the experience of intimate… Expand
HIV and intimate partner violence among methadone-maintained women in New York City.
Intimate partner violence (IPV) has been recognized as a risk factor for HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among women, particularly among those who are drug involved. This study… Expand
Intimate Partner Violence and HIV Among Drug-Involved Women: Contexts Linking These Two Epidemics—Challenges and Implications for Prevention and Treatment
- N. El-Bassel, L. Gilbert, S. Witte, Elwin Wu, Mingway P. Chang
- Substance use & misuse
- 10 January 2011
Intimate partner violence (IPV) and HIV are two serious overlapping public health epidemics that disproportionately affect drug-involved women. This article reviews research that has identified a… Expand
Feasibility and Promise of a Couple-Based HIV/STI Preventive Intervention for Methamphetamine-Using, Black Men Who have Sex with Men
Accumulating evidence supports couple-based approaches for HIV/STI preventive interventions. Yet, to date, no studies have examined couple-based sexual risk reductions intervention specifically for… Expand
Couple-Based HIV Prevention in the United States: Advantages, Gaps, and Future Directions
- N. El-Bassel, L. Gilbert, S. Witte, Elwin Wu, T. Hunt, Robert H. Remien
- Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes
- 1 December 2010
This article presents an overview of couple-based HIV prevention research to date, advantages of using and core components of couple-based interventions, gaps in the current understanding of… Expand
Relationship between drug abuse and intimate partner violence: a longitudinal study among women receiving methadone.
- N. El-Bassel, L. Gilbert, Elwin Wu, H. Go, J. Hill
- American journal of public health
- 1 March 2005
OBJECTIVES We examined whether frequent drug use increases the likelihood of subsequent sexual or physical intimate partner violence (IPV) and whether IPV increases the likelihood of subsequent… Expand
Intimate partner violence prevalence and HIV risks among women receiving care in emergency departments: implications for IPV and HIV screening
Objective: To examine (1) the prevalence of experiencing physical, injurious and sexual intimate partner violence (IPV) and (2) the associations between HIV risks and different types of IPV among… Expand
An examination of the perceived social support levels of women in methadone maintenance treatment programs who experience various forms of intimate partner violence.
- S. Panchanadeswaran, N. El-Bassel, L. Gilbert, Elwin Wu, Mingway P. Chang
- Psychology, Medicine
- Women's health issues : official publication of…
BACKGROUND Intimate partner violence (IPV) has emerged as a serious problem among women in drug treatment programs. Research has underscored the importance of social support for abused women as well… Expand