The aim of this study is to assess whether U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable) information affects the way students in the healthcare fields think about HIV and HIV risk . To do so, this study is using experimental methodology, where half of the participants receive U=U education while half of the participants do not. By better understanding how this new information influences HIV perception among healthcare field students, training and education can be better tailored to meet the current needs of the HIV healthcare field and the patients and clients in our community.

  • Study Stage: This study will begin recruiting participants soon
  • Participant Eligibility: Must be at least 18 years old and be a current student in the UNF Brooks College of Health
  • Participant Incentive: No
  • Funding: None
  • IRB Number: 1294072-1
  • Principle Investigator Name: Robert J. Zeglin, PhD, LMHC, NCC
  • Principle Investigator Contact: (904)620-5048; r.zeglin@unf.edu
  • Data Sharing: No