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Posted August 7, 2019

  • 2019 HIV/AIDS Advocacy Assessment Survey The Southern Black HIV/AIDS Network, an initiative of the Southern Black Policy and Advocacy Network, based in Dallas, Texas, is conducting a survey. The survey is part of our effort to assess the capacity of advocacy for HIV/AIDS-related public health policy in the U.S. South, and then to develop advocacy strategies to be implemented in 2020 and 2021 on behalf Black communities. This initiative focuses on nine Southern states that have been most affected by HIV/AIDS.

Posted August 1, 2019

  • FIU PrEP-related stigma study  Researchers at Florida International University are searching for people to participate in a study about PrEP beliefs. The study is looking for participants who identify as: Men who have sex with men; 18+ years of age; Knowing what PrEP is. If you are interested and think you may be eligible for the study, please contact research staff at or by phone/text at (321) 541-0497.

Posted July 23, 2019

  • The 30 Day Challenge – Southern HIV & Alcohol Research Consortium Can you stop or reduce drinking for 30 days? Get paid to take the challenge! All information will remain confidential.  Alcohol consumption affects people in different ways. We want to find out if you stop or reduce drinking for 30 days: Will your health improve? Will your brain function improve? Help us find out! What is involved in the study? 5 study visits over the course of a year; Small blood test; Urine sample; Health questions; Thinking tasks; MRI; Liver scan; Wearing an alcohol monitor. Who can participate? Miami-area residents; Age 50+ years; Currently drink several times per week; Willing to stop or reduce drinking for 30 days; Able to have an MRI scan. Call, text or email our staff today for more information on the 30 Day Challenge. 305-209-3348,

Posted July 17, 2019

  • Aging with HIV Survey  HealthHIV State of Aging with HIV Survey(™) is being launched as a part of HealthHIV’s Pozitively Aging program funded by Gilead’s Age Positively initiative. This survey seeks to capture the experiences of people with HIV (PWH) 50 years of age and older related to access to care and care coordination. The survey results are completely anonymous, and will be used to inform the development of medical and consumer education materials. These activities will help to enhance communication and quality of care between HIV service providers and consumers. Click here to take the survey!

Posted June 28, 2019

  • Dr. Harkness, University of Miami (in the Health Promotion and Care Lab), is looking for key informants – providers in HIV prevention and behavioral health services.  To learn about what helps and gets in the way of Latino gay, bisexual, and other MSM getting HIV-prevention and mental health services.  Click here for the flyer and click here for the HPAC Lab website.

Posted June 7, 2019

  • HealthHCV 2019 State of HCV Care National Survey Open through June 14 – To better understand the state of hepatitis C (HCV) in specialty and primary care, including the latest impacts on HCV screening practices, treatment access and reimbursement, barriers to care, provider training needs, and integration and coordination of HCV services with behavioral health and substance use treatment.
  • 2019 FDOH HIV Care Needs Survey Deadline to reply extended to AUGUST 21, 2019! – Your assistance is requested to help inform clients of the Florida Department of Health’s statewide 2019 HIV Care Needs Survey, by posting the attached flyers in appropriate locations at your agency sites.  This is a 30-question survey, available in English, Spanish and Creole, that should take approximately 20 minutes for clients to complete.  Clients should be encouraged to complete the survey to share information about their service needs.

Posted May 2019

  • The Substance, Treatment, Strategies for HIV Care (STS4HIV) Project Study Sponsor: The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA); Principal Investigator: Dr. Bryan R. Garner, RTI International. The purpose of this research study is to better understand: (1) the impact that substance use disorders have on HIV care and (2) how best to improve the delivery of substance use services in HIV settings across the United States.
  • MI-PrEP Dr. Sannisha Dale is seeking Black and African-American women, 18 years old or older, to participate in a confidential research study conducted at University of Miami. You may receive 2 individual counseling sessions at no cost. Compensation up to $75. Focus on knowledge of PrEP.
  • FIU Research Clinic Liver Study
    • We are looking for people:Hepatitis C; Co-infected with Hepatitis C and HIV; or Healthy not infected individuals. We offer $25 – $50 per visit. Participate in our study today!
    • Estamos buscando personas:Hepatitis C, Con: Hepatitis C y VIH; y Individuos saludables no infectados. Ofrecemos entre $25 – $50 cada visita. ¡Participe en nuestro estudio hoy!
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  • UM Health Promotion and Care – Paid Research Studies for Gay/Bi Men, 18 or older:
    IMPACT Study How does stimulant use IMPACT you? Do you parTy? PnP? You may be eligible if you are age 18 years or older and MSM.
    ESTEEM Study Getting the booty but still feeling moody? Calling all 18-35 years old Gay or Bi men – participate in a health and wellness study.
  • Survey for MSM under 40:  Does your technology own you? Care Resource’s Behavioral Health Department wants to hear from you! Take the survey and enter to win a raffle.

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