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TAKING CARE OF ME

  • 01/14/2020

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    Taking Care of Me (TCOM) is a theory-based narrative intervention video delivered in HIV clinic waiting rooms. The 29-minute video depicts persons overcoming barriers to starting HIV treatment, taking medication as prescribed, and keeping medical appointments. It incorporates key prevention messages into dramatic soap-opera style content involving diverse characters. TCOM’s conceptual framework combines the use of Social Cognitive Theory, the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills Model, and Social Action Theory, which together address cognitive and behavioral factors related to study outcomes. The video includes three vignettes and a 2-part animation about main characters who model overcoming challenges to optimal HIV care. The video is played on a continuous loop. Waiting room posters use images from TCOM to direct patients’ attention to the video and reinforce prevention messages.
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