FEM-PrEP Participants’ Explanations for Overreporting Adherence to Pills and for the Whereabouts of Unused Pills

FEM-PrEP Participants’ Explanations for Overreporting Adherence to Pills and for the Whereabouts of Unused Pills

Authors: Amy L. Corneli, PhD, MPH; Kevin McKenna, MPH; Brian Perry, MPH Researchers have been struggling to determine the efficacy of FEM-PrEP in research trials. Study participants report high adherence, and pill counts suggest the same. However, drug concentrations reveal low pill use. This Read More

The Ethics of HIV “Cure” Research: What Can We Learn from Consent Forms?

The Ethics of HIV “Cure” Research: What Can We Learn from Consent Forms?

The advent of HIV “cure” research has generated enormous attention, but also concern about its potential to engender false hope, leading to overestimation of benefits and underestimation of risks, and about recruiting relatively healthy participants to studies with uncertain or serious risks. Currently, little is known about potential ethical problems in the ways that informed consent… Read more (0)comments

Adverse childhood events: incarceration of household members and health-related quality of life in adulthood.

Adverse childhood events: incarceration of household members and health-related quality of life in adulthood.

Authors: Gjelsvik A, Dumont DM, Nunn A, Rosen DL. Incarceration of a household member has been associated with adverse outcomes for child well-being. We assessed the association between childhood exposure to the incarceration of a household member and adult health-related quality of life in Read More

http://69.175.67.18/~cfarcode/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/edit262-150x150.pnghttp://69.175.67.18/~cfarcode/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/edit262-150x150.pnghttp://69.175.67.18/~cfarcode/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/edit262-150x150.pnghttp://69.175.67.18/~cfarcode/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/edit262-150x150.pnghttp://69.175.67.18/~cfarcode/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/edit262-150x150.pnghttp://69.175.67.18/~cfarcode/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/edit262-150x150.png
Widely used HIV drug linked to higher suicide risk
January 26, 2015

Widely used HIV drug linked to higher suicide risk

People with HIV whose treatment includes the widely used antiretroviral drug efavirenz appear to have double the risk…

National CFAR CAB Coalition
September 24, 2014

National CFAR CAB Coalition

The NCCC represents CFAR Community Advisory Boards as a national group of key stakeholders in HIV research and provides resources and guidance to CFARs on community engagement. With 60+ members…

Sample News Item 2
September 24, 2014

Sample News Item 2

Biltong jerky shankle boudin, brisket landjaeger bresaola andouille pork meatloaf kevin chuck. Rump shoulder tenderloin capicola. Chicken rump tenderloin ball tip sirloin sausage bacon short loin beef ribs prosciutto jowl ribeye cow pancetta. Shoulder chuck boudin pork chop beef jowl hamburger tongue ball Read More

1 2 >