Delivering Prevention Interventions to People Living with HIV in Clinical Care Settings: Results of a Cluster Randomized Trial in Kenya, Namibia, and Tanzania

@article{Bachanas2016DeliveringPI,
  title={Delivering Prevention Interventions to People Living with HIV in Clinical Care Settings: Results of a Cluster Randomized Trial in Kenya, Namibia, and Tanzania},
  author={Pamela Bachanas and Daniel P. Kidder and Amy M Medley and Sherri L. Pals and Deborah Carpenter and Andrea Howard and Gretchen Antelman and Nicolas DeLuca and Odylia Muhenje and M. Rahuman Sheriff and Geoffrey R. Somi and Frieda Katuta and Peter Cherutich and Janet Moore},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={2110-2118}
}
We conducted a group randomized trial to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of a multi-component, clinic-based HIV prevention intervention for HIV-positive patients attending clinical care in Namibia, Kenya, and Tanzania. Eighteen HIV care and treatment clinics (six per country) were randomly assigned to intervention or control arms. Approximately 200 sexually active clients from each clinic were enrolled and interviewed at baseline and 6- and 12-months post-intervention. Mixed model… CONTINUE READING