YOUR EXPERIENCE COUNTS! A 45-90 MINUTE INTERVIEW ABOUT HIV EARNS $30
Published: May 6, 2021
MAO’s colleagues at the University of Alabama – Birmingham, Center for AIDS Research are looking for people to participate in a data research study to inform HIV testing interventions in Alabama. Participants will be required to be interviewed virtually or by telephone with the Project Research Coordinator.
Interviews are expected to last 45 to 90 minutes. Each participant will be interviewed once and participation is CONFIDENTIAL. Participants will be reimbursed $30 for their interview. For this project, our UAB colleagues are specifically looking for people of any race, gender, gender identity, HIV-serostatus, and 14 years of age or older who have either:
- Been recently tested for HIV
- Have not been tested for HIV in the recent past, but had been tested more than one (1) year ago
- Have never been tested for HIV
Anyone living in the State of Alabama and interested in participating, should scan the QR code in one of the flyers above, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to voice interest.
YOUR PARTICIPATION WILL HELP INFORM STRATEGIES
TO HELP END THE HIV EPIDEMIC IN ALABAMA!