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Multimedia Connect

Multimedia Connect Partner(s): Susan Witte
School of Social Work

Access: Private
Released: June 2008


Multimedia Connect is a a computer-supported HIV prevention intervention for couples at risk for HIV developed by the School of Social Work's Social Intervention Group (SIG) and CCNMTL. The multimedia intervention provides supplemental facilitator training and support materials and participant activities. Together, SIG and CCNMTL have created a framework for delivering a proven intervention curriculum in a way that scaffolds the facilitator, while providing new options for national dissemination.

Multimedia Connect is funded by the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) and is part of a 5-year study testing ease of intervention adoption at community based organizations in New York State.

The Multimedia Connect is a Triangle Initiative project.

Related project categories:
Medicine and Health | Social Work | Training

Related links:
pdf link Download the informational page (PDF)
video link Watch Multimedia Connect at NME 2008
web link Visit the Multimedia Connect prototype

Related news:
Dec-01-2011: CCNMTL Spotlights HIV Projects for World AIDS Day
Dec-02-2009: Columbia News Singles Out Multimedia Connect on World AIDS Day
Aug-01-2007: CCNMTL and SIG Receive $3.5 Million Grant
Aug-01-2007: Press Release: NIMH Grant for Multimedia Connect
Nov-10-2006: Project Connect in the Columbia Daily Spectator

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