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Sexual Practices in Methadone Maintenance and Outpatient Psychosocial Drug Treatment Programs.

Presented at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence annual meeting, June 17-22, 2006.

Mary A. Hatch-Maillette, PhD, Donald Calsyn, PhD, Suzanne R. Doyle, PhD, (Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, University of Washington, PN Node); A. Woods, Susan Coyer, Gina R. Sillo, George E. Woody, MD (University of Pennsylvania, DV Node).

This poster, presenting baseline data from the CTN-0018 protocol, examines the difference between sexual risk behaviors of men in methadone maintenance versus those in outpatient psychosocial drug treatment programs. It concludes that though HIV/STD interventions have typically focused on injection drug users in methadone maintenance programs, IDUs in outpatient psychosocial programs are actually engaging in risky sex more frequently and are therefore in need of state-of-the-art safer sex interventions. (Poster, PDF, English, 2006)

Keywords: Baseline data | Condom use | Gender-specific interventions | HIV/AIDS | Sexual risk behavior | Sexually transmitted diseases | College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD) annual meeting 2006

Document No: 121

Submitted by Donald Calsyn, PhD, Lead Investigator (6/14/2006).

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