This study is focused on understanding if and how the 2016 film 90 Days can be used as a tool to address HIV-related stigmas, intimate partner status disclosure and HIV ART (antiretroviral therapy) medical adherence amongst Black HIV positive women.
This is a randomized study with an estimated enrollment of 500 participants. Participants will be divided into three groups; the first will simply receive a standard of care brochure detailing the importance of status disclosure, the second will watch the film 90 Days and the third will watch the film together with an epilogue created by the research team. The study began on June 17th 2019 and is projected to conclude in March 2020.
- Black women ages 18-35
- Clinically diagnosed with HIV/AIDS
- Speak and comprehend English
- Pregnant women
The study is based at the University of Miami Medical Campus, Miami, Florida, United States. For more information, please contact Nicholas Carcioppolo, PhD on 305-284-5633 or at n.carcioppolo@Miami.edu.
Sponsors and Collaborators
The study is sponsored by the University of Miami in collaboration with the National Center for Advancing Translational Science (NCATS). The principal collaborator is Nicholas Carcioppolo, PhD.
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