Missed Opportunity for HIV Prevention Among a High-Risk Population of Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

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The authors thank Maggie Czarnogorski for the thoughtful contributions to the study design.

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This study was funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Health Services Research and Development (VA HSR&D; IIR 15-142; PI: Dichter).

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Correspondence to Melissa E. Dichter PhD, MSW.

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Dichter, M.E., Ogden, S.N., Clyatt, K.J. et al. Missed Opportunity for HIV Prevention Among a High-Risk Population of Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence. J GEN INTERN MED 35, 392–393 (2020).

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