Last updated on April 2018

Telephone Counseling to Enhance the Quality and Safety of Romantic and Sexual Relationships in People Living and Aging With HIV


Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to determine if a brief behavioral intervention delivered over the telephone is effective at reducing occasions of condomless sex in persons living and aging with HIV.

Detailed Study Description

Estimated rates of condomless anal and vaginal intercourse among HIV-positive older adults remain high. Brief motivational interventions delivered face-to-face have demonstrated efficacy at reducing condomless sex in HIV-positive persons. However, these interventions are not contextualized to the unique sexual health needs of HIV-positive older adults. Further, many HIV-positive older adults have difficulty accessing face-to-face services due to transportation, stigma, and other barriers. Telehealth interventions represent one delivery approach that overcomes such barriers.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03004170

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Travis I Lovejoy, PhD, MPH

Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, OR United States
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Recruitment Status: Open


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