Alcohol use is shown to have a significant effect on HIV medication. This study is testing a technology-driven intervention called “Project TRAC: Tracking and Reducing Alcohol Consumption,” to help people living with HIV/AIDS to reduce their alcohol use. The eight-session intervention will use a combination of videoconferencing, smart phones, and Bluetooth-enabled breathalyzers for monitoring of alcohol consumption.
This is a randomized trial of approximately 60 participants, some of whom will receive the 8-week Project TRAC intervention immediately, and others only after an initial 8-week assessment period. This study began on July 5th 2019 and is estimated to be completed in July 2022.
- 18 years or older
- At-risk drinker
- Currently prescribed HIV medication
- Current patient at the study recruitment site(s)
- Less than 18 years old
- Non-English Speaking
This study is taking place at the Atlanta Veterans Health Care System, Decatur, Georgia, United States. For more information, please contact Carolyn K Lauckner, PhD on 7065424447 or at email@example.com.
Sponsors / Collaborators
This study is sponsored by the University of Georgia and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). The Principal Investigator is Carolyn K Lauckner, PhD, University of Georgia.
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