A Longitudinal Study on the Influence of Sibling Support and HIV Testing Among Black Youth

Donte T. Boyd, Raquel S. Ramos, Darren L. Whitfield, Megan Threats, Oluwamuyiwa W. Adebayo, LaRon E. Nelson

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Abstract

Healthy familial relationships have been noted as protective against HIV infection among the Black youth. Previous studies have indicated that sibling relationships are important over the life course and may have a significant influence on health behaviors and health promotion. However, the specific interaction between sibling relationships, HIV prevention, and HIV testing is underexplored. This longitudinal study aims to examine the role of sibling relationships, healthcare providers, and other contextual factors on HIV testing.
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
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StatePublished - 2022

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