Research

CDUHR investigators conduct a broad range of HIV and HCV research including epidemiological, ethnographic and intervention studies among groups at high risk

Recently Published
Perceived stress, sexually transmitted infection, and pelvic inflammatory disease: Examination of differences in associations among Black and white women
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Lessons from COVID 19: Are we finally ready to make opioid treatment accessible?
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“Worn out”: Coping strategies for managing antiretroviral treatment fatigue among urban people of color living with HIV who were recently disengaged from outpatient HIV care
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Featured Projects
Capacity Building of Health Care Providers in Egypt to Counsel Pregnant Women and Their Families Regarding Smoking Cessation and Second Hand Smoking Avoidance
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Effectiveness of the Consult for Addiction Treatment and Care in Hospitals (CATCH) Model for Engaging Patients in Opioid Use Disorder Treatment: Pragmatic Trial in a Large Municipal Hospital System
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HIV Prevention in Methadone Treatment Settings: A Qualitative Study of PrEP Utilization Among Patients and Providers
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Research in Brief
Preventing Unintentional Drug Overdose
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Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
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Syringe Service Programs Reduce HIV and HCV Infections in People Who Inject Drugs
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