Electronic HIV Prevention in Los Angeles
|Current Contact||Rosemary Veniegas|
Electronic, Technology, HIV Messaging
This pilot study conducted and analyzed responses from eight focus groups (6-8 people each) with staff and clients from community-based organizations (CBOs) which provide HIV prevention services to women.
The specific aims of this project are:
- To gather initial information on which electronic communication channels (e.g., the Internet, personal digital assistants (PDAs), or cell phones, or some combination) minority women would prefer to receive electronic HIV (e-HIV) prevention messaging.
- To develop and solicit responses to sample brief e-HIV prevention messaging.