Published on in Vol 20, No 9 (2018): September

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11652, first published .
Using Partially-Observed Facebook Networks to Develop a Peer-Based HIV Prevention Intervention: Case Study

Using Partially-Observed Facebook Networks to Develop a Peer-Based HIV Prevention Intervention: Case Study

Using Partially-Observed Facebook Networks to Develop a Peer-Based HIV Prevention Intervention: Case Study

Journals

  1. Chen Y, Issema R, Hotton A, Khanna A, Ardestani B, Schneider J, Rudolph A. Sex Partner Behavior Variation Related to Network Position of and Residential Proximity to Sex Partners Among Young Black Men Who Have Sex with Men. AIDS and Behavior 2020;24(8):2327 View
  2. Willie T, Stockman J, Keene D, Calabrese S, Alexander K, Kershaw T. Social Networks and Its Impact on Women's Awareness, Interest, and Uptake of HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): Implications for Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2019;80(4):386 View
  3. Molina Y, Khanna A, Watson K, Villines D, Bergeron N, Strayhorn S, Strahan D, Skwara A, Cronin M, Mohan P, Walton S, Wang T, Schneider J, Calhoun E. Leveraging system sciences methods in clinical trial evaluation: An example concerning African American women diagnosed with breast cancer via the Patient Navigation in Medically Underserved Areas study. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications 2019;15:100411 View
  4. Khanna A, Schneider J, Collier N, Ozik J, Issema R, di Paola A, Skwara A, Ramachandran A, Webb J, Brewer R, Cunningham W, Hilliard C, Ramani S, Fujimoto K, Harawa N. A modeling framework to inform preexposure prophylaxis initiation and retention scale-up in the context of ‘Getting to Zero’ initiatives. AIDS 2019;33(12):1911 View