Published in AIDS Weekly, October 29th, 2007
"Young women who use hormonal contraception are less likely to use condoms. Brief, inexpensive HIV-prevention interventions are needed for high-volume clinics," wrote C. Roye and colleagues, City University of New York, Hunter College.
The researchers concluded: "This study was a randomized clinical trial of two interventions: (a) a video made for this study and (b) an adaptation of Project RESPECT counseling."
Roye and colleagues published their study in Health Education & Behavior (A brief, low-cost,...
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