Patrick Piper

Title(s)Public Education Specialist, Ob/Gyn, Reproductive Sciences
SchoolSchool of Medicine
AddressSan Francisco CA
Emailpatrick.piper@ucsf.edu
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    Patrick has over 30 years in research, implementation and evaluation of science-based HIV prevention interventions. He began his work in the field of HIV at Denver Public Health Department as a Program Coordinator of an Evidence-Based Intervention called ”Community PROMISE”. He has worked with very high-risk populations including MSM who do not identify as gay, injection drug users,
    commercial sex workers and high-risk youth. He has extensive experience in Community Engagement and Mobilization, HIV Testing and Counseling and Case Management and received his CAC-II certification in addictions counseling. His work has been published in several journals and has been presented at numerous national and international conferences.

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    1. "HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Risk Behaviors among Men Seeking Sex with Men Online",. American Journal of Public Health. 2001; 19(6):988-989.
    2. Synergistic Risk for HIV: The Complexity of Behavior among Men Who Have Sex with Men and also Inject Drugs (MSM-IDU). Journal of Homosexuality. 1999. Bull, S., Rietmeijer C., Piper P. .