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CHAT Intervention

  • 03/16/2015

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    The CHAT Intervention is a group- and individual-level intervention consisting of five group sessions of 4 to 8 participants and a single individual session based on a harm reduction philosophy. This intervention focuses on training women as peer mentors to use specific communication skills with their social network members (family, friends, and sex partners) to discuss HIV and STI risk reduction. The four communication skills that represent the interventions acronym (CHAT) are: (1) Choose the right time and place; (2) Hear what the person is saying; (3) Ask questions; and (4) Talk with respect. The intervention is designed to promote risk reduction among the peer mentors through their interactions with network members.
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