HIV/AIDS Behavioral Interventions in China: A Literature Review and Recommendation for Future Research

@article{Hong2008HIVAIDSBI,
  title={HIV/AIDS Behavioral Interventions in China: A Literature Review and Recommendation for Future Research},
  author={Yan Hong and Xiaoming Li},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2008},
  volume={13},
  pages={603-613}
}
In the past two decades, China has witnessed an alarming increase of HIV/AIDS epidemic. Meanwhile, a number of HIV prevention interventions have been conducted. This study reviews existing studies in literature on behavioral interventions on HIV/AIDS in China. Of 25 studies we identified, most have been concentrated in South and South–West China, mainly targeting injection drug users and female sex workers. The most commonly used intervention strategy was individual-oriented HIV-related… CONTINUE READING

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