A multilevel intervention for HIV-affected families in China: Together for Empowerment Activities (TEA).

@article{Li2011AMI,
  title={A multilevel intervention for HIV-affected families in China: Together for Empowerment Activities (TEA).},
  author={Li Li and Guoping Ji and Li-Jung Liang and Yingying Ding and Junru Tian and Yongkang Xiao},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={73 8},
  pages={
          1214-21
        }
}
  • Li Li, Guoping Ji, +3 authors Yongkang Xiao
  • Published in Social science & medicine 2011
  • Medicine
  • This article analyzes the efficacy of the Together for Empowerment Activities (TEA) intervention in decreasing depressive symptoms and improving social support for persons living with HIV (PLH) and their family members. A total of 79 families, consisting of 88 PLH and 79 family members, were recruited from Anhui province, China, and randomized to the TEA intervention (n = 38) or a control condition (n = 41). The intervention was delivered at three levels: 1) TEA Gathering (small group for PLH… CONTINUE READING

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