Photo of Nyssa Snow-Hill, Geri Donenberg, Brenikki FloydNyssa Snow-Hill, PhD, Geri Donenberg, PhD, and Brenikki Floyd, PhD, recently published development and usability findings (JMIR Formative Research) from a completed SBIR Phase I study funded by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities. With colleagues David Smith, PhD, and Ed Feil, PhD from Influents Innovations, Inc., the team developed and pilot tested a prototype technology-based training tool that teaches juvenile justice staff to deliver PHAT(Preventing HIV/AIDS Among Teens) Life, a comprehensive sex education, mental health, and substance use evidence-based program.

Snow-Hill NLDonenberg G, Feil EG, Smith DR, Floyd BR, Leve C. A Technology-Based Training Tool for a Health Promotion and Sex Education Program for Justice-Involved Youth: Development and Usability Study. JMIR Form Res. 2021 Sep 30;5(9):e31185. doi: 10.2196/31185. PMID: 34591028; PMCID: PMC8517818.