Evaluating a Culturally Tailored HIV Risk Reduction Intervention Among Latina Immigrants in the Farmworker Community.

@article{Snchez2016EvaluatingAC,
  title={Evaluating a Culturally Tailored HIV Risk Reduction Intervention Among Latina Immigrants in the Farmworker Community.},
  author={Mariana S{\'a}nchez and P. Juan Manuel Rojas and Tan Li and Gira J. Ravelo and Elena A. Cyrus and Weize Wang and Mariano J. Kanamori and Nilda P Peragallo and Mario R De La Rosa},
  journal={World medical & health policy},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={245-262}
}
Latina immigrants in the farmworker community are a vulnerable and understudied population at risk of acquiring HIV. Employing a CBPR framework, this pilot study was the first to evaluate the efficacy of SEPA, a CDC evidenced-based and culturally tailored HIV risk reduction intervention on a cohort of N = 110 predominantly undocumented Latina immigrants in a farmworker community. Findings revealed SEPA was effective in increasing HIV knowledge and decreasing HIV risk behaviors. However, no… CONTINUE READING
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