Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives Experiencing Homelessness in California: Strategies for Addressing Housing Insecurities and Substance Use Disorder
As an extension of the broader statewide needs assessment report, this study specifically focused on urban American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) experiencing homelessness to access to substance use treatment.
The USC research team collaborated with partners from AIAN community-based organizations to conduct interviews with AIAN individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Sacramento, and San Diego. The results and recommendations are available in this comprehensive community report.
Acceptability, feasibility, and preliminary impact of a web-based, HIV prevention toolkit with cisgender male couples in Lima, Peru
Affiliated GroupsPublication dateOctober 22, 2022StatusIn ProgressShareOverviewAssess feasibility to retain 60 consented and eligible male couples in a 6-month pilot RCT of an eHealth couples-based HIV/STI prevention toolkit through...
Affiliated GroupsPublication dateOctober 22, 2022StatusCompletedShareOverviewSystematic review of the literature on frameworks, measures, and interventions of HIV stigma.Investigators[pphs_api_faculty_card faculty_id="f240"...
Affiliated GroupsPublication dateOctober 22, 2022StatusIn ProgressShareOverviewA narrative synthesis that presents a comprehensive summary of the literature on surgeries on intersex infants and children and supports creation of a WHO global...