Patrick J Barresi

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OBJECTIVES Risk factors for HIV acquisition were examined in a recent cohort of men who have sex with men (MSM). DESIGN A longitudinal analysis of 4295 HIV-negative MSM enrolled in a randomized behavioral intervention trial conducted in six US cities. METHODS MSM were enrolled and assessed for HIV infection and risk behaviors semi-annually, up to 48(More)
OBJECTIVES We describe the intervention tested in EXPLORE, an HIV prevention trial aimed at men who have sex with men (MSM), and test the empirical basis of the individually tailored intervention. METHODS Data on participants' self-efficacy, communication skills, social norms, and enjoyment of unprotected anal intercourse were examined in relation to(More)
Testing HIV prevention strategies requires that researchers recruit participants at high risk of HIV infection. Data from the EXPLORE Study, a behavioral intervention trial involving men who have sex with men (MSM), were used to examine the relationship between recruitment strategies and participant characteristics, sexual risk behaviors and HIV incidence.(More)
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