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Preventing HIV & Substance Use in Incarcerated Women: Can an App Help?

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    Although the rate of new HIV diagnoses in the United States is steadily declining, people in prisons are still disproportionately living with the virus, which is why researchers at Temple University are now developing an app aimed at improving HIV prevention and substance use treatment access for incarcerated women in Philadelphia. To learn more about this research, Dr. Mary Katherine Cheeley is joined by Dr. Sarah Bauerle Bass, Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Director of Risk Communication Laboratory at Temple University.

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    Although the rate of new HIV diagnoses in the United States is steadily declining, people in prisons are still disproportionately living with the virus, which is why researchers at Temple University are now developing an app aimed at improving HIV prevention and substance use treatment access for incarcerated women in Philadelphia. To learn more about this research, Dr. Mary Katherine Cheeley is joined by Dr. Sarah Bauerle Bass, Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Director of Risk Communication Laboratory at Temple University.

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Schedule18 Apr 2024