This paper reviews recent secondary prevention interventions designed to reduce sexual risk behaviors among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). A summary of findings from previous meta-analyses and narrative reviews of interventions is provided. Next, novel HIV prevention approaches for PLWHA are reviewed. The review reports on the efficacy of interventions delivered in primary care settings or by technology-formats, interventions that also address mental health difficulties, and programs to address particular at-risk populations (eg, men who have sex with men). A critique of recent interventions for people living with HIV/AIDS is provided as well as suggestions for future research.
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