HIV Prevention in Methadone Treatment Settings: A Qualitative Study of PrEP Utilization Among Patients and Providers
Funded by: Center for Drug Use and HIV Research
Project dates: April 2019 - January 2021
Principal Investigator: Jaiswal, Jessica

This study explored knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and acceptability regarding HIV and PrEP among methadone patient and providers.

Related Publications
Jaiswal J, Griffin M, LoSchiavo C, Cox A, Hascher K, Dunlap K, Walters S, Burton WM, Grin B, Mumba M, Eaton E (2023).
Challenges to providing integrated HIV prevention in substance use treatment settings: Frontline staff perspectives on HIV and sex-related, education, communication and stigma
Substance Use and Misuse, 58 (14), 1866-1873. doi: 10.1080/10826084.2023.2257308. PMCID: PMC10873058.

Jaiswal J, Griffin M, Hascher K, Cox AB, Dunlap K, Walters S, LoSchiavo C, Burton WM, Mumba M (2022).
Logistical facilitators and barriers to PrEP implementation in methadone clinic settings: Provider and staff perspectives
Journal of Addiction Medicine, 16 (5), e278-e283. doi: 10.1097/ADM.0000000000000973. PMCID: PMC9375804.

Jaiswal J, Dunlap K, Griffin M, Cox A, Singer SN, Hascher K, LoSchiavo C, Walters SM, Mumba M (2021).
Pre-exposure prophylaxis awareness, acceptability and potential stigma among medical and non-medical clinic staff in methadone treatment settings in northern New Jersey: The key role of non-medical staff in enhancing HIV prevention
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 129, 108371. doi: 10.1016/j.jsat.2021.108371. PMCID: PMC8496743.