The iTech Center for Innovative Technology across the Prevention and Care Continuum is a collaborative center developed under the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)-funded, Adolescent Trials Network for HIV Interventions (ATN).
Introduction to series on technology-based HIV prevention and care interventions for youth
The ongoing HIV epidemic in American youth: challenges and opportunities
mHealth to reduce HIV-related stigma among youth in the United States: a scoping review
Mobile apps for HIV prevention: how do they contribute to our epidemic response for adolescents and young adults?
HIV self-testing and STI self-collection via mobile apps: experiences from two pilot randomized controlled trials of young men who have sex with men
Adapting technology-based HIV prevention and care interventions for youth: lessons learned across five U.S. Adolescent Trials Network studies
mHealth for transgender and gender-expansive youth: harnessing gender-affirmative cross-disciplinary innovations to advance HIV prevention and care interventions
Technology-driven methodologies to collect qualitative data among youth to inform HIV prevention and care interventions
Online recruitment of youth for mHealth studies
Engaging youth in mHealth: what works and how can we be sure?
Mobile app development in health research: pitfalls and solutions
Scale up mHealth HIV interventions: site and public health perspectives and lessons learned from P3
The series “Technology-based Interventions in HIV Prevention and Care Continuum among American Youth” was commissioned by the editorial office, mHealth without any sponsorship or funding. Lisa Hightow-Weidman is serving as the unpaid Guest Editor for the series.