J Urban Health https://doi.org/10.1007/s11524-018-0266-2 Neighborhood and Network Characteristics and the HIV Care Continuum among Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men Hong-Van Tieu & Beryl A. Koblin & Carl Latkin & Frank C. Curriero & Emily R. Greene & Andrew Rundle & Victoria Frye The New York Academy of Medicine 2018 Abstract In order for treatment as prevention to work identifying key roles for network- and neighborhood- as a national strategy to contain the HIV/AIDS epidemic level characteristics. To inform multi-level and multi- in the United States (US), the HIV care continuum must component interventions, particularly to support Black become more robust, retaining more individuals at each MSM living in urban areas, a clearer understanding of step. The majority of people living with HIV/AIDS the pathways of influence among factors at various (PLWHA) in the US are gay, bisexual, and other men levels of the social ecology is required. Here, we review who have sex with men (MSM). Within this population, and apply the empirical literature and relevant theoreti- there are distinct race- and ethnicity-based disparities in cal perspectives to develop a series of potential path- rates of HIV infection, engagement, and retention in ways of
Journal of Urban Health – Springer Journals
Published: May 29, 2018
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