"Oh Yeah, I'm down! A whole year to not think about taking a pill!": Understanding the acceptability of long-acting HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among young men who have sex with men
George Greene, Ph.D.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Monday September 17th
12 to 1PM
Attend in Person: Stonewall Conference Rooms, 625 N Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60611
Attend remotely: https://bluejeans.com/169025110
George J. Greene, Ph.D., (he/him) is the associate director of the Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance Program (EDIT) and faculty in the Department of Medical Social Sciences at Northwestern University. Dr. Greene’s research interests focus on health disparities in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) adolescents and young adults, with a particular emphasis on ethnic/racial disparities in the HIV epidemic. His research aims to: (a) understand HIV risk and protective factors from intersectionality and developmental-ecological perspectives; (b) employ community-based participatory research approaches to build upon the needs and strengths of communities to identify and develop effective interventions; (c) design technology- and Internet-based approaches for observation and intervention; (d) adopt theoretically-driven program evaluation approaches to appropriately evaluate HIV prevention research and service efforts; and (e) apply qualitative and mixed methods approaches to research and program evaluation efforts