Project STYLE increases awareness about HIV through outreach and testing events on college campuses and in the larger community, development of partnerships, and fostering of linkages to HIV care.
- Two-thirds of clients were retained in care.
- At 12 months, 76% of clients achieved viral load suppression.
- 62% of clients initiated ART.
- The percentage of persons with CD4 counts 350 or more increased from 71% at baseline to 85% at the end of the study.
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- Men who have sex with men and women: a unique risk group for HIV transmission on North Carolina College campuses
- The unexpected movement of the HIV epidemic in the Southeastern United States: transmission among college students
- Predictors of repeat testing and HIV seroconversion in a sexually transmitted disease clinic population
- Failure to return for HIV posttest counseling in an STD clinic population
- Transmitted HIV-1 drug resistance among young men of color who have sex with men: a multicenter cohort analysis
- Keeping them in "STYLE": finding, linking, and retaining young HIV-positive Black and Latino men who have sex with men in care
- Late diagnosis of HIV in young men in North Carolina
- NASTAD Trauma-Informed Approaches Toolkit
- Integrating HIV Innovative Practices (IHIP) Engaging Hard-to-Reach Populations: Outreach Webinar
- Integrating HIV Innovative Practices (IHIP) Innovative Approaches to Engaging Hard-to-Reach Populations Living with HIV/AIDS into Care: Tools from the Integrating HIV Innovative Practices Program Training Manual and Curriculum
- Outreach, Care, and Prevention to Engage HIV Seropositive Young MSM of Color Initiative