The Efficacy of an Integrated Risk Reduction Intervention for HIV-Positive Women With Child Sexual Abuse Histories

@article{Wyatt2004TheEO,
  title={The Efficacy of an Integrated Risk Reduction Intervention for HIV-Positive Women With Child Sexual Abuse Histories},
  author={Gail Elizabeth Wyatt and Douglas L. Longshore and Dorothy Chin and Jennifer Vargas Carmona and Tamra Burns Loeb and Hector F. Myers and Umme S. Warda and Honghu Liu and Inna D. Rivkin},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={453-462}
}
Child sexual abuse (CSA) is associated with HIV risk behaviors [Bensley, L., Van Eenwyk, J., and Simmons, K. W., 2003.] and more prevalent among women living with HIV than in the general population [Koenig, L. J., and Clark, H., 2004]. This randomized Phase~I clinical trial tested the impact of a culturally congruent psychoeducational intervention designed to reduce sexual risks and increase HIV medication adherence for HIV-positive women with CSA histories. An ethnically diverse sample of 147… CONTINUE READING