Adapting an Evidence-Based HIV/STI Risk Reduction Intervention to Address Oppressive Sexual Scripts Among Heterosexual African American Males and Females
Funded by: Center for Drug Use and HIV Research
Project dates: August 2017- August 2019
Principal Investigator: Campos S
Principal Investigator: Jemal, Alexis

This project adapted an evidence-based intervention – Males of African American Legacy Empowering Self (MAALES) – to reduce HIV/STI risk among substance using, heterosexually identified men and women who have multiple sex partners. In addition, a pilot test of components of the adapted intervention was tested.

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Jemal A, Caliste S (2022).
Work-in-progress: Focus groups evaluate and inform revisions of a socio-behavioral health intervention
Evaluation and Program Planning, 93, 102079. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2022.102079.

Jemal A, Urmey LS, Caliste S (2021).
From sculpting an intervention to healing in action
Social Work with Groups, 44 (3), 226-243. doi: 10.1080/01609513.2020.1757923. PMCID: PMC8411875.