Project PRIDE

Project PRIDE was an innovative research initiative that addressed implementation issues related to HIV, substance abuse, and the criminal justice system in Ukraine and states of the former Soviet Union. Phase 1 involved a number of surveillance activities to examine the burden of infectious diseases and co-morbidity among prisoners, HIV risk behaviors, and HIV transmission within prison, pre-release needs of prisoners with HIV, drug dependence and/or TB. Phase 2 involved a review of Phase 1 findings and critical selection of evidence-based interventions that should be adapted and pilot-tested among prisoners. Phase III involved adaptation and pilot testing of selected interventions.
Bio Profile

Frederick Altice, MD

Principal Investigator

Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases) and of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases)

Director, Clinical and Community Research

Director, HIV in Prisons Program

Director, Community Health Care Van

Academic Icon Professor of Medicine, University of Malaya-Centre of Excellence for Research in AIDS (CERiA)

Frederick L. Altice is a professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health and is a clinician, clinical epidemiologist, intervention and implementation science researcher at Yale University School of Medicine and School of Public Health. Dr. Altice’s primary research project focuses on the interface between infectious diseases and substance use disorders and he has a special interest in Global Health. He also has a number of projects working in the criminal justice system, including...

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Funding Provided by:
National Institute on Drug Abuse 

Project Period:
July 2010 – August 2015

Link to Report:
PRIDE at projectreporter.nih.gov