T S Tillotson

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Training opinion leaders in a men's residence hall in a brief program focused on communication and life skills is an effective way to stimulate peer discussions on HIV prevention and risk reduction and appears likely to have positive influences on behavioral change or intention. The program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison was extremely cost-effective(More)
A study of use of an interactive computer system (CHESS--Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System) by HIV-Positive people was conducted in Madison and Milwaukee during Fall 1992 and Winter 1993. Computers were placed in homes, and use monitored by the computer. Results showed that the system was used heavily by both samples, and that gender (women(More)
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