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Majic, S. (2015). Examining 'john school' policies in the United States. Critical Policy Studies
Duncan, D. T., et al. (2015). Mapping multi-day GPS data: A cartographic study in NYC. Journal of Maps
Halkitis, P., et al. (2015). Incidence of HIV infection in young gay, bisexual, and other YMSM: The P18 cohort study. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes

A new article by Joseph Palamar showed that among high school seniors, using marijuana to alleviate boredom was associated with increased use of other illicit drugs. Read the press release of the article, which was published in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse.





Don Des Jarlais writes in the Huffington Post about the effectiveness of syringe exchange programs in preventing HIV infection, and the keys to successful programs.





Perry Halkitis discusses the trend of methamphetamine use among HIV-positive, black MSM in New York City in Meth Finds a New Market in the New York Times.





Joseph Palamar is this year's recipient of the Drug and Alcohol Dependence Fellowship award. The fellowship provides a young investigator with hands on editorial board experience. Read the announcement on the publisher's website.





Holly Hagan was a featured presenter on Hepatitis C Prevention Opportunities Among People Who Inject Drugs, which was sponsored by the US Department of Health and Human Services. The archived webinar is now available on AIDS.gov blog website, along with the slides and transcript of the presentation.

Fact Sheets

Heart to Heart Intervention Improves HIV Treatment Outcomes

The Heart to Heart intervention is designed to address HIV care continuum problems for people who have delayed, declined, or discontinued antiretroviral therapy. The intervention was found to be feasible and those in the intervention arm were twice as likely to be adherent. Read more about the intervention in our new fact sheet.


CDUHR-Affiliated Investigators Address HIV Around the World

This fact sheet provides examples of international projects underway by CDUHR-affiliated investigators. It includes work in Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Estonia, Ukraine, Greece and Vietnam.

A complete list of all CDUHR factsheets are available here.