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04-05-2024 | Human Immunodeficiency Virus | Original Paper

Social Network Characteristics Associated with More Frequent HIV and STI Prevention Conversations: The N2 Cohort Study in Chicago

Authors: Cho-Hee Shrader, Duncan DT, R Driver, Y-T Chen, J Knox, K Bond, ER Weinstein, M Durrell, H Hanson, R Eavou, WC Goedel, JA Schneider

Published in: AIDS and Behavior

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Abstract

Black cisgender sexually minoritized men (SMM) and transgender women (TW) are subgroups at highest risk of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the US. We sought to identify factors facilitating continued conversations – social reinforcement – surrounding HIV/STI prevention among this subgroup. Participants were recruited in Chicago from 2018 to 2019 from community health spaces. Participants provided information about themselves (level 2) and ⩽5 confidants (level 1). We used multinomial multilevel modeling to identify associations with HIV/STI prevention conversation frequency. A total of 370 participants provided information on 987 confidants (mean = 2.6). We found significantly positive associations between having biweekly or more often HIV/STI prevention conversations and a confidant being a kin family member, older by 15 years or more, racially homophilous, and emotionally close. Future interventions should harness social networks by including components that consider racial homophily, respect for elders, and strong ties, in addition to applying kin family systems interventions approaches and decreasing stigma surrounding HIV/STIs.
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Metadata
Title
Social Network Characteristics Associated with More Frequent HIV and STI Prevention Conversations: The N2 Cohort Study in Chicago
Authors
Cho-Hee Shrader
Duncan DT
R Driver
Y-T Chen
J Knox
K Bond
ER Weinstein
M Durrell
H Hanson
R Eavou
WC Goedel
JA Schneider
Publication date
04-05-2024
Publisher
Springer US
Published in
AIDS and Behavior
Print ISSN: 1090-7165
Electronic ISSN: 1573-3254
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10461-024-04348-5
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