Prevention in Clinical Settings (PICS) Program in the United States: Receipt of Prevention Counseling and Satisfaction with Care. Shilpa N. Patel, MPH University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Division of Infectious Diseases Department of Medicine. Acknowledgements.
Receipt of Prevention Counseling and Satisfaction with Care
Shilpa N. Patel, MPH
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Division of Infectious Diseases
Department of Medicine
1Janssen and Valdesser, 2004, Marks et al, 2Kalichman et al., 2002
Approximately 150 patients from each of 7 academic and public health HIV clinics in 6 US cities.
1) 18 years or over,
2) diagnosed with HIV > 6 months ago,
3) sexually active and/or had used injected illicit drugs in the past 6 months,
4) planned to attend their respective HIV care clinic at least 1 year
1050 patients enrolled, 915 (87%) completed 6 month surveys.Methods: Sample
Prevention in Care Guidelines for all PLWHA based on CDC recommendations:
Results: Socio-demographics N=915 Messages
Results: Patient Perceptions of Safer Sex Discussions Stratified by Socio-demographic Categories
Results: Stratified by Socio-demographic Categories Patients’ Satisfaction with Care & Prevention Discussions N=915
In memory of Dr. Andrew Kaplan,
a brilliant man who inspired us all with his enthusiasm for science, love for humanity, and commitment to social justice.
Results: Patient Satisfaction with Prevention Stratified by Socio-demographic Categories
The risk screening… Socio-demographic Categories