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Shifting the Narrative From a Focus on Challenges to Strengths in HIV Care


March 08, 2021

Donte T Boyd, PhD, assistant professor, University of Houston, Camille R Quinn, PhD, assistant professor, The Ohio State University, and Bernadine Waller, PhD candidate, associate director for experiential learning, Adelphi University,Donte T Boyd, PhD, assistant professor, University of Houston, Camille R Quinn, PhD, assistant professor, The Ohio State University, and Bernadine Waller, PhD candidate, adjunct professor, Adelphi University School of Social Work, break down how personal agency can help inform HIV prevention and intervention programs among young adults, and they stress the importance of changing the narrative among physicians to focus more on the strengths of patients rather than the challenges ahead. 

 

Reference:

Boyd DT, Waller B, Quinn CR. Reimaging an AIDS free generation: Examining youth and young adults' personal agency and its association with HIV testing. Prev Med Rep. 2021;22:101335. Published 2021 Feb 23. doi:10.1016/j.pmedr.2021.101335

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