Archival Content: 1999-2005
HIV Prevention Among Drug Users:
Academy for Educational Development (AED). What intervention studies say about effectiveness: a resource for HIV Prevention Community Planning groups. Washington (DC): Academy for Educational Development: 1996 May. Contract No.: 200-91-0906. Funding provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Calsyn DA, Meinecke C, Saxon AJ, Stanton V. Risk reduction in sexual behavior: a condom giveaway program in a drug abuse treatment clinic. American Journal of Public Health 1992;82(11):1536-1538.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Community level prevention of human immunodeficiency virus infection among high-risk populations: the AIDS community demonstration projects. MMWR Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 1996;45(RR-6):1-24.
Choi KH, Coates, TJ. Preventing HIV Infection. AIDS 1994;8(10):1371-1389.
Coyle SL. (NOVA Research Company, Bethesda, MD). The NIDA HIV counseling and education intervention model: intervention manual. Rockville (MD): National Institutes of Health; 1993. Contract No.: 271-90-8407.
Des Jarlais DC, Casriel C, Friedman SR, Rosenblum A. AIDS and the transition to illicit drug injection-results of a randomized trial prevention program. British Journal of Addiction 1992;87(3):493-498.
Des Jarlais DC, Friedman SR, Ward TP. Harm reduction: a public health response to the AIDS epidemic among injecting drug users. Annual Review of Public Health 1993;14:413-450.
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Fishbein M, Bandura A, Triandis HC, Kanfer FH, Becker M, Middlestadt SE. Factors influencing behavior and behavior change. Final report prepared for the NIMH Theorists' Workshop. Washington (DC); 1993.
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Friedman SR, Des Jarlais DC, Ward TP, Jose B, Neaigus A, Goldstein M. Drug injectors and heterosexual AIDS. In Sherr L, editor. AIDS and the heterosexual population. Chur (Switzerland): Harwood Academic Publishers; 1993.
Holtgrave DR, Qualls NL, Curran JW, Valdiserri RO, Guinan ME, Parra WC. An overview of the effectiveness and efficiency of HIV prevention programs. Public Health Reports 1995;110(2):134-146.
Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (IOM). Assessing the social and behavioral science base for HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention: workshop summary. Washington (DC): National Academy Press; 1995.
Janz NK, Zimmerman MA, Wren PA, Israel BA, Freudenberg N, Carter RJ. Evaluation of 37 AIDS prevention projects: successful approaches and barriers to program effectiveness. Health Education Quarterly 1996;23(1):80-97.
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Latkin, C, Mandell, W, Vlahov, D. A personal network approach to AIDS prevention: an experimental peer group intervention for street-injecting drug users: the SAFE study. In: Needle RH, Coyle SL, Genser SG, Trotter RT, editors. National Institute on Drug Abuse research monograph 151: social networks, drug abuse, and HIV transmission. Rockville (MD): National Institute on Drug Abuse; 1995. NIH Publication No. 95-3889.
Latkin CA, Mandell W, Vlahov D, Oziemkowska M, Celentano DD. The long-term outcome of a personal network-oriented HIV prevention intervention for injection drug users: the SAFE study. American Journal of Community Psychology 1996;24(3):341-364.
Malow RM, West JA, Corrigan SA, Pena JM, Cunningham SC. Outcome of psycho-education for HIV risk reduction. AIDS Education and Prevention 1994;6(2):113-125.
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Normand J, Vlahov D, Moses LE, editors. (National Research Council, Institute of Medicine). Preventing HIV transmission: the role of sterile needles and bleach. Washington (DC): National Academy Press; 1995.
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Padian, NS, Wijgert J, O'Brien TR. Interventions for sexual partners of HIV infected or high-risk individuals. In: DiClemente RJ, Peterson JL, editors. Preventing AIDS: theories and methods of behavioral interventions. New York: Plenum Press; 1994.
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Siegal HA, Falck RS, Carlson RG, Wang J. Reducing HIV needle risk behaviors among injection-drug users in the Midwest: an evaluation of the efficacy of standard and enhanced intervention. AIDS Education and Prevention 1995;7(4):308-319.
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Sorensen JL, Wermuth LA, Gibson DR, Choi KH, Guydish JR, Batki SL. Preventing AIDS in drug users and their sexual partners. New York: Guildford Press, 1991.
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Stryker J, Coates TJ, DeCarlo P, Haynes-Sanstad K, Shriver M, Makadon HJ. Prevention of HIV infection: looking back, looking ahead. JAMA 1995;273(14):1142-1148.
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Wiebel WW, Jimenez A, Johnson W, Ouellet L, Jovanovic B, Lampinen T, Murray J, O'Brien MU. Risk behavior and HIV seroincidence among out-of-treatment injection drug users: a four-year prospective study. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retrovirology 1996;12(3):282-289.
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