Sociobehavioral and Prevention Research Methods, Study Design, Analysis

The SPRC provides consultation on survey instruments, study design, measuring sexual and substance use behaviors, adherence, and data analysis for sociobehavioral and HIV prevention research.  Core members of the SPRC have expertise in epidemiology and a wide range of sociobehavioral and prevention research methods.  The SPRC provides consultation on survey instruments, study design, measuring sexual and substance use behaviors, and data analysis. 

Specific topics for consultation may include:

  • Audio Computer-Assisted Self Interview (ACASI)
  • Behavior Change Theory and Measurement
  • HIV/STD Prevention
  • HAART Adherence
  • Mental Health, Stigma, and HIV

To request assistance, please contact Joanna Bove at bovej at uw.edu.


SPRC members meeting with SCARF (Schizophrenia Research Foundation),
a WHO
Collaborating Centre for Mental Health Research & Training.