|Positive Choice Video Doctor1||Eliminate or reduce sex risk behaviors or illicit drug use in HIV-positive people||Laptop, printed educational worksheet, cuing sheet for providers||Patients in HIV clinics complete in-depth computerized risk assessment and receive tailored risk-reduction counseling from a "Video Doctor" via laptop and printed educational worksheet; providers receive cuing sheet on reported risks for discussion during patient visit.|
|Motivational interviewing2||Enhance motivation of HIV-positive people to reduce number of HIV-negative and status-unknown sex partners||Waiting room computer||Ten-minute self-administered interactive program that (1) assesses personal values, (2) encourages personal responsibility and responsibility toward others, (3) provides feedback on congruence between personal values and behavior, (4) encourages self-efficacy to implement new actions.|
|Safe in the City3||Lower incidence of HIV and other STIs||Waiting room posters directing attention to a personally viewed video||Twenty-three-minute video viewed in STI clinics depicts couples overcoming barriers to safer sexual behaviors; animated segments show correct condom use.|
|STI self-screen4||Detect asymptomatic gonorrhea and chlamydia in HIV clinic patients||Multiple self-swabs to detect rectal, urethral, and pharyngeal pathogens, followed NAAT||During routine blood-test visit, nurse-led screening relying on self-swabbing by patients with no STI symptoms, followed by staff-conducted NAAT for Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis.|
NAAT, nucleic acid amplification test; STI, sexually transmitted infection.
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