Harvard CFAR Twitter Feed
- Dr. Bryan Garner & collaborators describe how SUDs among people with HIV are prevalent & adversely affect the HIV care continuum & how integrating SUD services within HIV service settings is urgently needed to help end the HIV epidemic. t.co/TVWxFDhNOH #ImpSci #JAIDS t.co/my8Iw7kcis
- Dr. Errol Fields and colleagues' findings suggest that combining online outreach with mobile van testing may be more effective at reaching high-risk Black MSM than venue-based mobile testing. Read their study here: t.co/gIUOUYwMie #ImplementationScience #JAIDS t.co/kxy69xv3lk
- In this article, Dr. Faro and collaborators discuss the need to connect rigorous implementation research with how frontline implementers conceptualize their work to inform and improve #PrEP implementation. t.co/gs1R6O5VdM #JAIDS #ImpSci t.co/k2Bq7tD5GO
- Excited to learn and think at ACTG about ways to use CEPAC and simulation modeling so that care for people with HIV can improve! @mgh_mpec t.co/Bpr3VXEbqy
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