New Special Issue Features the Latest SIG Research in the Research on Social Work Practice Journal

By
Eleni Vlachos
September 22, 2022

Fourteen publications in the Research on Social Work Practice journal from over 30 SIG-affiliated scientists share the latest HIV, intimate partner violence (IPV), gender-based violence (GBV), substance use, and addiction research.

SIG Special Issue

SIG is pleased to announce the initial publications in a new Special Issue published in the Social Work Practice journal. The following articles were just published, but more details about each as well as additional publications are forthcoming. Be sure to follow SIG on Twitter and/or subscribe to our monthly newsletter to receive updates. 

Couple-Based Behavioral HIV Interventions by the Social Intervention Group: Progress, Gaps, and Future Directions

Intervening on the Intersecting Issues of Intimate Partner Violence, Substance Use, and HIV: A Review of Social Intervention Group's (SIG) Syndemic-Focused Interventions for Women

Leveraging Randomized Controlled Trial Design: HIV and Wellness Interventions with Marginalized Populations

Ending the HIV Epidemic for Persons Left Behind in the Advances of HIV: Intervention Studies Addressing the HIV Continuum of Care

Combination Microfinance and HIV Risk Reduction Among Women Engaged in Sex Work

Feasibility and Acceptability of a Web-Based Peer Navigation-Psychoeducational HIV Intervention for Women

Addressing Treatment Outcomes and Substance Use Among Formerly Incarcerated Individuals Living with HIV

Qualitative System Dynamics Modeling to Support Community Planning in Opioid Overdose Prevention

Intervention Adaptation and Implementation Method for Real-World Constraints and Using New Technologies. See and share the Twitter thread.

Implementation of a Dyad-Based Intervention to Improve Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Among HIV-Positive People Who Inject Drugs in Kazakhstan: A Randomized Trial

 

More details and publications are coming soon.