• Structural Life Instability and Factors Related to Latino Sexual Minority Men's Intention to Engage with Biomedical HIV-Prevention Services

    16 days ago - By Springer

    Abstract
    Latino sexual minority men experience high rates of HIV and co-occurring health inequities. Structural and psychosocial factors may lead to mental health problems and decreased engagement with biomedical HIV-prevention behaviors. This cross-sectional study assessed the extent to which structural life instability is related to biomedical HIV-prevention services engagement indirectly through psychological distress among 290 LSMM living in Greater Miami. Using hybrid structural equation modeling, significant direct effects from structural life instability to psychological distress...
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