Using Social Networks to Increase HIV Testing in Vulnerable Populations

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3rd Funding Cycle Development Award

     Project Start Date:    July 1, 2007
     Project End Date:      June 30, 2008
     Award Amount:          $44,536

Project Goal Statement: Delay in diagnosing HIV infection leads to increased morbidity and mortality. Universal screening will improve outcomes but those at highest risk are still less likely to be tested. Social networks testing can improve identification of HIV positive patients and deserves further study.

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  Community Partner:

Primary Community Partner: AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

  Academic Partners:

Primary Academic Partner: John Fangman, MD, Department of Medicine
Additional Academic Partner: David Seal, PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

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  Project Dissemination Efforts (as reported by project partners)

None reported

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Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program (HWPP)
P: 414.955.4350 | E: healthierwisconsin@mcw.edu

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