"SEPA II: Salud/Health, Educacion/Education, Prevencion/Prevention, Autocuidado/Self-care)”, Nilda Peragallo, DrPH, PI

This randomized clinical trial , funded by El Centro in Year 1, tested the efficacy of the SEPA intervention vs. a delayed control to prevent HIV/AIDS and other STIs, and to reduce/prevent family and intimate partner violence among Hispanic women.

The trial enrolled 548 women (age 18 – 50 years) who completed structured interviews at baseline and 3, 6, and 12 months post-baseline.