The impact of brief messages on HSV-2 screening uptake among female defendants in a court setting: a randomized controlled trial utilizing prospect theory.

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Epidemiologic data demonstrate that women involved with the criminal justice system in the United States are at high risk for sexually transmitted infections, including herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). Female defendants were recruited from a misdemeanor court to assess whether brief framed messages utilizing prospect theory could encourage testing for… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/10810730.2014.920062

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@article{Roth2015TheIO, title={The impact of brief messages on HSV-2 screening uptake among female defendants in a court setting: a randomized controlled trial utilizing prospect theory.}, author={Alexis M. Roth and Barbara Van Der Pol and J. Dennis Fortenberry and Brian Dodge and Michael Reece and David Certo and Gregory D. Zimet}, journal={Journal of health communication}, year={2015}, volume={20 2}, pages={230-6} }