Grant: $489,063 - Department of Health and Human Services - Sep. 30, 2009
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Award Description: The computerized intervention we will evaluate in this project, if found effective and cost-effective, could substantially advance the adolescent substance abuse treatment system by markedly improving the availability and quality of HIV (and infectious disease) prevention interventions delivered to youth in such settings. Further, this intervention is web-based, thus enabling its use in a wide variety of settings where HIV prevention interventions for youth are typically limited (e.g., schools, health care providers? offices, online social networks). The proposed project may generate clinically and economically meaningful data regarding the use of technology in promoting new models of delivery of science-based HIV prevention for adolescents, with the potential to have a substantive impact in changing the trajectory of the HIV epidemic among youth.
Project Description: Not applicable as the project start date was 09/30/2009.
Jobs Summary: Not applicable as the project start date was 09/30/2009. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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