URL: www.cdc.gov/hiv/topics/prev_prog/rep/
Summary: This site is dedicated to helping you learn about HIV prevention interventions that have been tested and proven to work, and have been packaged by REP! This site also provides ideas on where you can find more resources related to training, technical assistance, and implementation of these packaged interventions.
Highlights: Contains tested, science-based behavioral interventions with demonstrated evidence of effectiveness in reducing risky behaviors, such as unprotected sex, or in encouraging safer ones, such as using condoms and other methods of practicing safer sex. There are REP packages for a variety of target populations. Some REP interventions are designed to be delivered in health clinics. Others take place on street corners or in shelters, bars, and other places. Some rely on one-on-one peer education; others use facilitated discussions in small groups. Some are given to clients in one session; others use several sessions. The REP+ site offers summaries of the REP interventions, descriptions of the research behind them, and information on how to obtain program materials. New programs continue to be added to the selection of REP packages.
Topics: AIDS and STBBIs
Resource Type: Strategies and Interventions
Publisher: U.S. Centre for Disease Control
Date Last Updated: 0000-00-00 00:00:00

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