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Effects of integrated interventions on transmission risk and care continuum outcomes in persons living with HIV

Nicole Crepaz, Brittney N. Baack, Darrel H. Higa, Mary M. Mullins
2015 AIDS (London)  
Structured summary 2 Provide a structured summary including, as applicable: background; objectives; data sources; study eligibility criteria, participants, and interventions; study appraisal and synthesis  ...  or/9-53 Behavior/Outcomes MeSH and Keywords 55. Behavior/ 56. Behavior Therapy/ 57. Health Behavior/ 58. Risk Reduction Behavior/ 59. Risk-Taking/ 60. Contraception Behavior/ 61.  ...  Stress reduction training changed number of sexual partners but not immune function in men with HIV. Am J Public Health 1989; 79:885-887.  ... 
doi:10.1097/qad.0000000000000879 pmid:26372483 pmcid:PMC4644116 fatcat:vpx5wdvh75csdeh5we4smftatu

Regioselective Reductive Cross-Coupling Reactions of Unsymmetrical Alkynes

Holly A. Reichard, Martin McLaughlin, Ming Z. Chen, Glenn C. Micalizio
2010 European Journal of Organic Chemistry  
Next, a collection of available methods that allow for regioselective reductive cross-coupling of internal alkynes with terminal and internal alkynes, aldehydes, and imines is summarized.  ...  The present microreview summarizes our progress over the last few years in defining regioselective reductive cross-coupling reactions of unsymmetrical alkynes with terminal-and internal alkynes, aldehydes  ...  National Institutes of Health, the American Cancer Society, the American Chemical Society, the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation, Boehringer Ingelheim, Eli Lilly, Novartis, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Pfizer for  ... 
doi:10.1002/ejoc.200901094 pmid:24634606 pmcid:PMC3951371 fatcat:k2cvgmtbobd7xavodum7sl6vvm

Psychosocial correlates of safe sex communication between Latina women and their stable male partners: an integrative review

Heidi Luft, Elaine Larson
2016 AIDS Care  
intrapersonal characteristics, and (3) partner factors related to partner beliefs and behaviors.  ...  The interplay of relationship, individual, and partner factors should be considered in the assessment of SSC for Latina women with their stable partners.  ...  In Latino communities, it is common for men, including those in stable relationships, to have multiple concurrent sex partners (Centro de Estudios Sociales y Demográficos [CESDEM] & ICF International,  ... 
doi:10.1080/09540121.2016.1259457 pmid:27884067 pmcid:PMC5350039 fatcat:vmpizqb6ujg6rchzwiqwpyypre

A Multifaceted Phosphate Tether: Application to the C1−C14 Subunit of Dolabelides A−D

Joshua D. Waetzig, Paul R. Hanson
2008 Organic Letters  
, (iii) regioselective hydrogenation, and (iv) regioselective Pd(0)-catalyzed reductive opening of the bicyclic phosphate.  ...  The phosphate tether serves a multifaceted role mediating several processes, including (i) diastereotopic differentiation via RCM, (ii) selective CM by imparting Type III behavior to the exocyclic olefin  ...  We also thank Materia for supplying metathesis catalyst as well as Danielle Coverdell (University of Kansas) and John Nguyen (University of Kansas) for their synthetic contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1021/ol7025944 pmid:18062695 pmcid:PMC2640944 fatcat:2aaqbc4465dy7pmwc7e7f7fzym

Behavioral Intervention Innovation on Reducing Sexual Risk Behavior among HIV-Positive Men Sex Men: A Literature Review

Melly Rahmayani, Agung Waluyo
2020 International Journal of Nursing and Health Services (IJNHS)  
improve attention, and search for health facilities.  ...  The keywords used were behavioral Intervention, sexual risk behavior, and HIV-Positif MSM.  ...  significant increase in multiple casual or commercial male partners and a substantial reduction in condom use at last sex with casual or commercial male partners. 4 The small-group intervention can  ... 
doi:10.35654/ijnhs.v3i5.334 fatcat:qnn5lwttuvcrxjw3lzj6q2ozba

History of Violence as a Public Health Problem

2009 Virtual Mentor  
Overall, they helped demonstrate that significant reductions in aggressive and violent behavior were possible with applied, skill-based violence-prevention programs that address social, emotional, and  ...  Successes in these areas encouraged public health professionals to believe that they could accomplish the same for behavioral challenges underlying interpersonal violence and suicidal behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1001/virtualmentor.2009.11.2.mhst1-0902 pmid:23190546 fatcat:h2ireflg7bfzfe6z2lfnlx6uwe

P-Stereogenic Bicyclo[4.3.1]phosphite Boranes: Synthesis and Utility of Tunable P-Tether Systems for the Desymmetrization of C2-Symmetric 1,3-anti-Diols

Jana L. Markley, Paul R. Hanson
2017 Organic Letters  
stands central to modern day organic synthesis and early stage drug discovery.  ...  This report highlights preliminary studies including tether installation and removal, as well as chemoselective functionalization of the exocyclic olefin via diimide reduction or cross metathesis.  ...  We also thank Materia, Inc. for supplying metathesis catalysts.  ... 
doi:10.1021/acs.orglett.7b00851 pmid:28471175 pmcid:PMC5595702 fatcat:fhikt2fqgbhnzlerspz5x55qdq

Page 829 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 67, Issue 4 [page]

1982 Psychological Abstracts  
It is suggested that a substrate-limited reduction in brain noradrenaline synthesis may contribute to the occurrence of depressive symptoms in susceptible individuals on estrogen- progestogen contraceptives  ...  On both a subsequent self-description measure and on a variety of behavioral measures involving a subsequent interaction with a confederate, Ss displayed evidence of having internalized the dispositions  ... 

Widespread Alterations in Translation Elongation in the Brain of Juvenile Fmr1 Knock-Out Mice [article]

Sohani Das Sharma, Jordan B. Metz, Hongyu Li, Benjamin D. Hobson, Nicholas Hornstein, David Sulzer, Guomei Tang, Peter A. Sims
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
We found a remarkably coherent reduction in ribosome footprint abundance per mRNA for previously identified, high-affinity mRNA binding partners of FMRP, and an increase for terminal oligo-pyrimidine (  ...  Amino acid motif- and gene-level analyses both showed a widespread reduction of translational pausing in Fmr1 knock-out mice.  ...  We found a 54 remarkably coherent reduction in ribosome footprint abundance per mRNA for previously 55 identified, high-affinity mRNA binding partners of FMRP, and an increase for terminal oligo- 61  ... 
doi:10.1101/319368 fatcat:2el7nj2tn5ga5ie2odklxgl7ou

Interactive "Video Doctor" Counseling Reduces Drug and Sexual Risk Behaviors among HIV-Positive Patients in Diverse Outpatient Settings

Paul Gilbert, Daniel Ciccarone, Stuart A. Gansky, David R. Bangsberg, Kathleen Clanon, Stephen J. McPhee, Sophia H. Calderón, Alyssa Bogetz, Barbara Gerbert, Landon Myer
2008 PLoS ONE  
Positive Choice, an interactive, patient-tailored computer program, was developed in the United States to improve clinic-based assessment and counseling for risky behaviors.  ...  Despite recommendations that health care providers screen and counsel their HIVpositive patients for ongoing behavioral risks, it is unknown how to best provide "prevention with positives" in clinical  ...  Research Synthesis Team.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0001988 pmid:18431475 pmcid:PMC2292251 fatcat:od76pr4ruvdh7cvz7ldoiqsw6q

Patient Outcomes in Association With Significant Other Responses to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Rebecca Band, Alison Wearden, Christine Barrowclough
2015 Clinical Psychology  
Significant other beliefs attributing patient responsibility for the onset and ongoing symptoms of CFS/ME were associated with increased patient distress.  ...  Thanks to Alys Wyn Griffiths for reviewing full-text articles and conducting quality assessments for those articles included in the final synthesis.  ...  Husbands reported reduced levels of distress reduction techniques, resulting in greater disparity in coping strategies within the dyad compared to those partner dyads where the significant other was female  ... 
doi:10.1111/cpsp.12093 pmid:26617440 pmcid:PMC4654336 fatcat:sf2ggvkpmfckbi7q7zqvjjujny

Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programs in Europe, Part II

Thomas D. Akoensi, Johann A. Koehler, Friedrich Lösel, David K. Humphreys
2012 International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology  
Acknowledgments We thank our partners from the UK Ministry of Justice, London Probation Trust, European Organization for Probation, and the Ministries of Justice of Bulgaria, France, and Hungary for their  ...  Behavioral and psychometric data were not reported in Leicester-Liverpool Evaluation Group's (2005) study but were reported in Hatcher et al. (2003) .  ...  of treatment to deal with their self-reported partner-abusive behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0306624x12468110 pmid:23207239 fatcat:y3spjnyfmnaevpvs3tkka43nyi

A Surprising Prevention Success: Why Did the HIV Epidemic Decline in Zimbabwe?

Daniel T. Halperin, Owen Mugurungi, Timothy B. Hallett, Backson Muchini, Bruce Campbell, Tapuwa Magure, Clemens Benedikt, Simon Gregson
2011 PLoS Medicine  
N The behavioral changes associated with HIV reduction-mainly reductions in extramarital, commercial, and casual sexual relations, and associated reductions in partner concurrency-appear to have been stimulated  ...  N Focusing on partner reduction, in addition to promoting condom use for casual sex and other evidence-based approaches, is crucial for developing more effective prevention programs, especially in regions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1000414 pmid:21346807 pmcid:PMC3035617 fatcat:vqoxazwoo5f23fbuu55knkvkkq

Interventions to Reduce Sexual Risk for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus in Adolescents, 1985-2000

Blair T. Johnson, Michael P. Carey, Kerry L. Marsh, Kenneth D. Levin, Lori A. J. Scott-Sheldon
2003 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine  
Data Synthesis: Across the studies, reductions in sexual risk were greater for adolescents who received the HIV risk-reduction intervention compared with those in the comparison conditions for 5 dimensions  ...  Study Selection: Studies were included if they investigated any educational, psychosocial, or behavioral intervention advocating sexual risk reduction for HIV prevention; used experimental designs (or  ...  , 1998 16 (Africentric) Hewitt, 1998 16 Kipke et al, 1993 24 Kirby et al, 1997 25 Klepp et al, 1994 26 Main et al, 1994 28 Mansfield et al, 1993 29 Metzler et al, 2000 30 Accepted for  ... 
doi:10.1001/archpedi.157.4.381 pmid:12695235 fatcat:ytk6rw4nwvhodb5ox3s2hvmh3a

Page 754 of AIDS Care Vol. 18, Issue 7 [page]

2006 AIDS Care  
A rando- mized controlled intervention trial of a sexual health approach to long-term HIV risk reduction for men who have sex with men: Effects of the intervention on unsafe sexual behavior.  ...  Urban women’s negotiation strategies for safer sex with their male partners. Women Health, 33, 133 148.  ... 
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