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Study Examines Evidence of How Geospatial Characteristics Affect Prevention and Care Outcomes for Those Most Affected by HIV

Young men who have sex with men (YMSM), particularly racial/ethnic minorities and youth living in socioeconomically disadvantaged communities, are disproportionately affected by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) epidemic in the United States. By examining multilevel studies for evidence of how geospatial indicators are associated with HIV prevention and care outcomes for this population, a new study proposes strategies to intensify prevention efforts in communities where HIV is heavily concentrated.

 

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Robin C. Stevens
Faculty

Robin C. Stevens

Assistant Professor of Nursing
Madelyne Z. Greene
Students

Madelyne Z. Greene

Doctoral
Madelyne Greene
Students

Madelyne Greene

Doctoral
José A. Bauermeister
Faculty

José A. Bauermeister

Presidential Associate Professor of Nursing

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