Compared to older adults, youth living with HIV (YLWH) may be:
- less engaged in HIV care,
- less represented in HIV research,
- most affected by decisions related to risks and benefits of cure strategies.
Youth4Cure (Y4C) hopes to inform future decisions regarding HIV cure research.
Y4C involves a one-time remote interview or an online survey that can be completed remotely. Participants will receive $40.
Who We Are: This study is being conducted by researchers at the University of California San Francisco and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
What We Are Doing: We are conducting an online survey with young adults, 18-29 years old, who are living with HIV about their perceptions of HIV cure-related research. We will ask about your willingness to participate in HIV cure-related studies, and what things might make you want to participate as well as the things that might make you not want to participate.
What Will be Expected of You: If you are eligible for our study, your participation will involve a one-time 45-60-minute survey. After completing the survey, you will receive $40 in the form of a gift card or electronic payment through Venmo.
For more information and eligibility requirements, visit Youth4Cure.