Author(s): Stallworth JM, Anda JF, Burgess R, Alvarez ME, Collins C
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Abstract The national HIV/AIDS prevention program, the Diffusion of Effective Behavioral Interventions (DEBI), is described in the context of addressing Hispanics/Latinos at risk for HIV/AIDS in the United States and Puerto Rico. The eight-step DEBI model is referenced in terms of the interventions and Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention/Capacity Building Branch (DHAP/CBB) Latino Diffusion Team activities. A summary of activities and examples addressing diffusion needs for the diverse Hispanic/Latino populations is discussed. Challenges and successes in diffusion and partner collaborations are also presented, with comment on future directions such as translations and trainings to serve the needs of the Hispanic/Latino-serving community-based organizations and their communities.
This article was published in AIDS Educ Prev
and referenced in Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics