How Many Sexual Partners of an Individual Need to Be Evaluated to Capture HIV/STI Risk Behavior in a Study?

@article{Pequegnat2015HowMS,
  title={How Many Sexual Partners of an Individual Need to Be Evaluated to Capture HIV/STI Risk Behavior in a Study?},
  author={Willo Pequegnat and Tyler D. Hartwell and Annette M. Green and Lisa C. Strader},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={1353-1359}
}
Investigators conducting HIV studies ask participants multiple questions about sexual risk behaviors with their partners to ensure that they can describe the level of HIV risky sexual behavior. The assessment should be as short as possible because of the expense of collecting the data, the burden to the research subject, and ethical concerns. This study used data from the NIMH Collaborative HIV/STD Prevention Trial to answer the question about how many non-spousal/non live-in partners a… CONTINUE READING
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