Willingness to Use Pre-exposure Prophylaxis among Black and White Men Who Have Sex with Men in Atlanta, Georgia
International Journal of STD and AIDS
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Results: Logistic regression models demonstrated that greater transportation mobility (odds ratio [OR]=2.10; p=0.007) and social ability (OR=1.77; p=0.02) were associated with increased intentions of joining a clinical trial, as was greater basic daily living ability (OR=3.25; p=0.03), though only among single participants. Among adults age ≥65 years, those with lower levels of support during personal crises were more likely to join clinical trials (OR=0.57; p=0.04). Conclusion: To facilitate clinical trial entry, recruitment efforts need to consider the physical limitations of their potential participants, particularly basic physical abilities and disabilities… See full text for complete abstract.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis; MSM; Willingness; Barriers; Race; Disparities; HIV; Prevention
Health Services Research
Rosenberg, E. S.,
del Rio, C.,
Peterson, J. L.,
Frew, P. M.,
Sullivan, P. S.,
Kelley, C. F.
Willingness to Use Pre-exposure Prophylaxis among Black and White Men Who Have Sex with Men in Atlanta, Georgia.
International Journal of STD and AIDS, 28(9),