CitationJackman, Kevon-Mark; Baral, Stefan D.; Hightow-Weidman, Lisa; & Poteat, Tonia (2018). Uncovering a Role for Electronic Personal Health Records in Reducing Disparities in Sexually Transmitted Infection Rates among Students at a Predominantly African American University: Mixed-Methods Study. JMIR Medical Informatics, 6(3), e41. PMCID: PMC6062685
AbstractBACKGROUND: Black youth continue to bear an overwhelming proportion of the United States sexually transmitted infection (STI) burden, including HIV. Several studies on web-based and mobile health (mHealth) STI interventions have focused on characterizing strategies to improve HIV-related prevention and treatment interventions, risk communication, and stigma among men who have sex with men (MSM), people who use substances, and adolescent populations. The Electronic Sexual Health Information Notification and Education (eSHINE) Study was an exploratory mixed-methods study among students at a historically black university exploring perceptions on facilitating STI testing conversations with partners using electronic personal health records (PHRs).
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleJMIR Medical Informatics
Baral, Stefan D.