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Author Topic: Research to help those newly diagnosed  (Read 1969 times)

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Offline IRISS

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Research to help those newly diagnosed
« on: October 27, 2011, 12:43:47 PM »
If youíre in the San Francisco Bay Area and newly diagnosed with HIV, you may be eligible to participate in research aimed to help people cope with the stress of being newly diagnosed.

Participants are assigned to contribute either by being interviewed or by learning skills to better manage their mood. All participants will meet one-on-one with a facilitator to talk about what's been going on since testing positive. Monetary compensation is offered.

Those interested can call the study line; we will ask you a few questions to determine if you are eligible.
(415) 415-353-4299 iriss@ocim.ucsf.edu http://irissthestudy.com/

Thank you for your interest and support.
-The IRISS Team

UCSF has been cleared to post this solicitation in the AIDSmeds Forums -- Tim Horn.
« Last Edit: October 27, 2011, 03:30:50 PM by Tim Horn »

Offline IRISS

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Research to help those newly diagnosed
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2012, 06:16:21 PM »
If youíre in the San Francisco Bay Area and newly diagnosed with HIV, you may be eligible to participate in research aimed to help people cope with the stress of being newly diagnosed.

Participants are assigned to contribute either by being interviewed or by learning skills to better manage their mood. All participants will meet one-on-one with a facilitator. Monetary compensation is offered.

Those interested can call the study line; we will ask you a few questions to determine if you are eligible.
(415) 415-353-4299 iriss@ocim.ucsf.edu http://www.osher.ucsf.edu/research/iriss.html

Thank you for your interest and support.
-The IRISS Team

 


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