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Strathdee, S. A., Shoptaw, S., Dyer, T.P., Quan, V. M., Aramrattana, A. and the Substance Use Scientific Committee of the HIV Prevention Trials Network (2012) Towards Combination HIV Prevention for Injection Drug Users: Addressing Addictophobia, Apathy and Inattention. Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS, 7, 320-325.
https://doi.org/10.1097/COH.0b013e32835369ad

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  • TITLE: An Online Library of Science-Based HIV Prevention Resources

    AUTHORS: Josefina J. Card, Lucy Baden

    KEYWORDS: HIV, AIDS, STI, Data, Instruments, Effective Programs, Evidence-Based Programs, Capacity Building Tools, Researchers, HIV Educators, HIV Practitioners

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of AIDS, Vol.8 No.4, November 5, 2018

    ABSTRACT: This paper introduces the online Sociometrics Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences Library, an exciting new science-based resource for HIV/AIDS researchers, health educators, and clinicians. The over 400 products in the Sociometrics Library supplement the online publications—journal articles, books, reports, monographs—that have been the focus of scientific research libraries and publishers to date, both printed and online. Examples of the innovative science-based products that serve as the library’s content include: Evidence-based interventions and programs (EBIs/EBPs) that evaluation research has shown to be effective in preventing HIV or its risky social and behavioral antecedents; primary research data and survey instruments; and interactive, multimedia training tools and courses to build HIV professionals’ capacity to implement EBPs with fidelity and to cooperate with evaluators in the assessment of their effectiveness. A Scientist Expert Panel has guided and will continue to guide product selection and acquisition, ensuring the collection’s continuing technical merit, research utility, and relevance for practice and policy. The Sociometrics Library aims to become the dominant online source of behavioral and social science-based HIV research by-products, operationally sustainable and able to stay up-to-date both from a technological and scientific perspective.