Behavioural interventions to reduce HIV risk: what works?

@article{Ross2010BehaviouralIT,
  title={Behavioural interventions to reduce HIV risk: what works?},
  author={David Anthony Ross},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 Suppl 4},
  pages={S4-14}
}
OBJECTIVES This paper reviews the potential intervention approaches that have been used to prevent HIV through reducing risky sexual behaviours, summarizes the evidence on their effectiveness, primarily from trials, and discusses the way forward both in terms of research and programmes. METHODS An update of a recent systematic review of HIV prevention interventions, focusing on trials that have included HIV as an outcome. RESULTS Five major intervention approaches have been used: community… CONTINUE READING
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