Addressing Stigma Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in a Mobile Phone and Internet Intervention
This study assesses how YBMSM are utilizing an online social support platform to address the multiple stigmas they face in their daily lives. If found effective as an intervention modality at reducing stigma and/or negative sequelae (e.g. sexual risk behavior, substance use, mental health outcomes), this intervention's components are readily scalable for rapid dissemination to diverse audiences of YBMSM.
Department & School
Health Policy, Center for
Duke Global Health Institute
- NIH-National Institute of Mental Health
- University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill
- University of Michigan