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Lessons Learned in Creating an E-intervention to Prevent HIV and STDs<br />Michigan Premier Public Health Conference<br />...
Outline<br />Overview and Introduction<br />Demo and Discussion<br />Next Steps<br />
Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent ...
Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent ...
Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent ...
Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent ...
Conceptual Model<br />Social Network Mediators<br />Network Size<br />Strong & Weak Ties<br />Psychosocial Mediators<br />...
HOPE Outcomes<br />HOPE Participants:<br /><ul><li>Effective communication with partners
Drug and alcohol use before sex
Number of sex partners
HIV/STD Testing
Condom use</li></ul>Population Rates of HIV and other STDs<br />
Study Design<br />Genesee County<br />Recruit 18-24 yr old African American party hosts.<br />HOPE parties with host’s fri...
What is a HOPE Party?<br />Hosts plan party with staff<br />Hosts invite 8-10 friends<br />Educator conducts healthy sexua...
What is the HOPE Website?<br />An online place to explore, learn, and express ideas and strategies for sexual safety:<br /...
Forums – users discuss topics of their interest
Chats – users converse in real time
Resources – links other sexual health resources
Links to Social Media</li></ul>http://prc.sph.umich.edu/<br />
Focus Groups<br />Information acquisition and sharing<br />Online Sociability<br />Technology Design<br />
Hope Party 1<br />Hope Party 2<br />Hope Party 3<br />Hope Party 4<br />Hope Party 5<br />HOPE PARTY HOME PAGE<br />Become...
Design and development Issues and concerns<br />Privacy and confidentiality<br />Appropriate use of site<br />Inclusivity<...
chat<br />
blogs<br />
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This was a roundtable discussion presented at the Michigan Premier Public Health Conference in October 2011.

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Lessons Learned in Creating an Eintervention to Prevent HIV and STDs

  1. 1. Lessons Learned in Creating an E-intervention to Prevent HIV and STDs<br />Michigan Premier Public Health Conference<br />October 27th, 2010<br />Alison Grodzinski, MLIS ,Terrance Campbell, Susan Morrel-Samuels, MA, MPH<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br />Overview and Introduction<br />Demo and Discussion<br />Next Steps<br />
  3. 3. Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with peer education among young adults?<br />Does participation on interactive websites enhance the effects of face-to-face peer education?<br />How does peer education (face-to-face and interactive websites) prevent STIs?<br />
  4. 4. Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with peer education among young adults?<br />Does participation on interactive websites enhance the effects of face-to-face peer education?<br />How does peer education (face-to-face and interactive websites) prevent STIs?<br />
  5. 5. Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with peer education among young adults?<br />Does participation on interactive websites enhance the effects of face-to-face peer education?<br />How does peer education (face-to-face and interactive websites) prevent STIs?<br />
  6. 6. Research Questions<br />Can we effectively prevent STIs among African American young adults?<br />How can we best prevent sexually transmitted infections (STIs) with peer education among young adults?<br />Does participation on interactive websites enhance the effects of face-to-face peer education?<br />How does peer education (face-to-face and interactive websites) prevent STIs?<br />
  7. 7. Conceptual Model<br />Social Network Mediators<br />Network Size<br />Strong & Weak Ties<br />Psychosocial Mediators<br />Knowledge<br />Network Proximity & Density<br />Healthy Sexuality<br />Outcomes<br />Perceived Norms<br />Communications with Partners<br />Network<br />Communications<br />HOPE Parties & Interactive Website<br />Peer Education+ Social Technologies<br />Attitudes<br />Safer Sex Behaviors<br />HOPE Parties<br />Only<br />Self-Efficacy<br />Peer Education<br />(only)<br />Sexually Transmitted Infections<br />
  8. 8. HOPE Outcomes<br />HOPE Participants:<br /><ul><li>Effective communication with partners
  9. 9. Drug and alcohol use before sex
  10. 10. Number of sex partners
  11. 11. HIV/STD Testing
  12. 12. Condom use</li></ul>Population Rates of HIV and other STDs<br />
  13. 13. Study Design<br />Genesee County<br />Recruit 18-24 yr old African American party hosts.<br />HOPE parties with host’s friends & other guests.<br />Encourage county-wide participation on HOPE interactive website.<br />Pretest, Posttest, Follow-up Survey Assessments.<br />Saginaw County<br />Recruit 18-24 yr old African American party hosts.<br />HOPE parties with host’s friends & other guests.<br />Pretest, Posttest, Follow-up Survey Assessments.<br />
  14. 14. What is a HOPE Party?<br />Hosts plan party with staff<br />Hosts invite 8-10 friends<br />Educator conducts healthy sexuality activities<br />Participants create risk reduction plan<br />
  15. 15. What is the HOPE Website?<br />An online place to explore, learn, and express ideas and strategies for sexual safety:<br /><ul><li>Blogs –users can comment on articles
  16. 16. Forums – users discuss topics of their interest
  17. 17. Chats – users converse in real time
  18. 18. Resources – links other sexual health resources
  19. 19. Links to Social Media</li></ul>http://prc.sph.umich.edu/<br />
  20. 20. Focus Groups<br />Information acquisition and sharing<br />Online Sociability<br />Technology Design<br />
  21. 21. Hope Party 1<br />Hope Party 2<br />Hope Party 3<br />Hope Party 4<br />Hope Party 5<br />HOPE PARTY HOME PAGE<br />Become a Fan of HOPE party; post events, clinic info etc. <br />Who? Hosts? Community leaders? Participants<br />1. Bloggers<br />MySpace page with events, resources, videos etc.<br />Expert advice/vignettes?<br />2. Discussion Forum<br />Twitter about HOPE party events; tips, resources<br />Part of hope party?<br />Post on Youtube? Contest?<br />3. Videos<br />4. Local Resources<br />Link back to POEs<br />5. Request a HOPE Party<br />
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  23. 23. Design and development Issues and concerns<br />Privacy and confidentiality<br />Appropriate use of site<br />Inclusivity<br />Authenticity<br />Data collection<br />
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  29. 29. chat<br />
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  31. 31. blogs<br />
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  41. 41. next steps<br />Usability testing<br />Launch <br />Evaluation<br />

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