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The clinical effectiveness of behaviour change interventions to reduce risky sexual behaviour after a negative HIV test in men who have sex with men (MSM): a systematic review

Project title: The clinical effectiveness of behaviour change interventions to reduce risky sexual behaviour after a negative HIV test in men who have sex with men (MSM): a systematic review

Call to action: 13/77 13/77 Individual interventions after testing for HIV to reduce future risky sexual behaviour in men who have sex with men

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Professor Paul FlowersORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0001-6239-5616

Lead Author: Professor Paul Flowers

Contractor: Glasgow Caledonian University

Cost: £115,443.14

Co-investigators: Dr Ann Sullivan, Dr Dan Clutterbuck, Dr Karen Lorimer, Dr Michael Rayment, Professor Lawrie Elliott, Professor Lisa McDaid, Professor Olivia Wu, Professor Sharon Hutchinson.

Started: August 2014 | Status: Published February 2017

PROSPERO registration: CRD42014009500

Behaviour change interventions can reduce HIV-risk-related behaviour but their UK applicability is uncertain. A candidate intervention was developed for UK use but would need testing in a trial.

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