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Published on 31.08.17 in Vol 6, No 8 (2017): August

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Works citing "Project Stronger Together: Protocol to Test a Dyadic Intervention to Improve Engagement in HIV Care Among Sero-Discordant Male Couples in Three US Cities"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.7884):

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  1. Hidalgo MA, Suarez NA, Garofalo R, Hoehnle S, Thai J, Mimiaga MJ, Brown E, Sullivan PS, Bratcher A, Wimbly T, Stephenson R. Clinically significant depressive symptoms among a diverse sample of same-sex male couples in Atlanta, Boston, and Chicago: An analysis of individual- and dyadic-level factors. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health 2018;:1
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  2. Suarez NA, Mimiaga MJ, Garofalo R, Brown E, Bratcher AM, Wimbly T, Hidalgo MA, Hoehnle S, Thai J, Kahle E, Sullivan PS, Stephenson R. Dyadic Reporting of Intimate Partner Violence Among Male Couples in Three U.S. Cities. American Journal of Men's Health 2018;12(4):1039
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  3. Freeman AE, Sullivan P, Higa D, Sharma A, MacGowan R, Hirshfield S, Greene GJ, Gravens L, Chavez P, McNaghten AD, Johnson WD, Mustanski B. Perceptions of HIV Self-Testing Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States: A Qualitative Analysis. AIDS Education and Prevention 2018;30(1):47
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  4. Mitchell JW, Lee J, Godoy F, Asmar L, Perez G. HIV-discordant and concordant HIV-positive male couples’ recommendations for how an eHealth HIV prevention toolkit for concordant HIV-negative male couples could be improved to meet their specific needs. AIDS Care 2018;30(sup2):54
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