Project dates: February 2014 - December 2015
A tablet-based video intervention was developed specifically for emerging adults (aged 18-24), who initially decline offers of HIV testing in a Harlem area emergency department (ED). In addition, a mobile device follow-up protocol was developed to increase HIV re-testing rate among those who report behaviors that heighten HIV risk. Content was tailored to risk factors reported by participants during the intervention.
The importance of content and choice in a technology-based intervention to increase HIV testing
International Journal of Health Promotion and Education [Epub 2021 Apr 23]. doi: 10.1080/14635240.2021.1918568.
Aronson ID, Guarino H, Bennett AS, Marsch LA, Gwadz M, Cleland CM, Damschroder L, Bania TC (2017).
Staff perspectives on a tablet-based intervention to increase HIV testing in a high volume, urban emergency department
Frontiers in Public Health, 5, 170. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2017.00170. PMCID: PMC5504145.
Aronson ID, Cleland CM, Perlman DC, Rajan S, Sun W, Bania TC (2016).
Feasibility of a computer-based intervention addressing barriers to HIV testing among young patients who decline tests at triage
Journal of Health Communication, 21 (9), 1039-1045. doi: 10.1080/10810730.2016.1204382. PMCID: PMC5030062.
Aronson ID, Cleland CM, Perlman DC, Rajan S, Sun W, Ferraris C, Mayer J, Ferris DC, Bania TC (2016).
Mobile screening to identify and follow-up with high risk, HIV negative youth
Journal of Mobile Technology in Medicine, 5 (1), 9-18. doi: 10.7309/jmtm.5.1.3. PMCID: PMC4838398.