|Behavior Change Interventions to Prevent HIV among Women Living in Low and Middle Income Countries|
AUTHORS: S. McCoy, A. Kangwende, N. Padian,
The authors of this paper conducted a systematic review of behavioral change interventions to prevent the sexual transmission of HIV among women and girls living in low- and middle-income countries. They systematically searched a variety of databases and bibliographies using randomized or quasi-experimental designs to evaluate behavioral interventions with HIV infection as an outcome. They found that interventions varied widely in intensity, duration, and delivery as well as by target population.
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