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Acceptability of HIV Testing Sites Among Rural and Urban African Americans Who Use Cocaine

Description
Focuses on rural versus urban African-American cocaine users in Arkansas and their views of different types of HIV testing sites. Compares the acceptability of testing at local health departments, clinics, community health centers, and more.
Author(s)
D. Keith Branham, Tyrone F. Borders, Katharine E. Stewart, Geoffrey M. Curran, Brenda M. Booth
Citation
AIDS and Behavior, 21(2), 576-586
Date
02/2017
Type
Document
Tagged as
Black or African American · Health screening · Illicit drug use · Rural-urban differences · Sexual and reproductive health · Statistics and data · The South · Arkansas