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January 12, 2010

Perceptions of HIV-Related Websites among Persons Recently Diagnosed with HIV

"Qualitative findings suggested that the most appealing websites to PRDH included those that: (1) provided usable information on topics of immediate concern; (2) used accessible formats that were easy to navigate; (3) were perceived as trustworthy, and (4) provided access to diverse perspectives of persons living with HIV/AIDS. Topics that PRDH found most useful included various medical treatment-related issues, tools for coping with depression and fear, and learning how others cope with HIV."

Read more in AIDS Patient Care and STDs, January 10, 2010.