Do It Right


Get involved in research to help people.
Sponsored by The Center for HIV and STI Prevention

protect your community.

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) continue to be a major problem across the United States, including in Rhode Island.

The goal of the DoItRIght program is to provide information about HIV and other STIs so that all can protect themselves against STI transmission.

Many people who have HIV or other STIs don’t know it and might not have any symptoms. Many STIs can be cured with antibiotics, and if found early, and treated, people diagnosed with HIV can live long healthy lives. If untreated, HIV and other STIs can cause major health problems.

The DoItRIght program is sponsored by The Center for HIV and STI Prevention at The Miriam Hospital.

Click on the resource links below to learn more about how to protect yourself against HIV and other STIs.

Our goal is to keep you safe and healthy.
Please contact us at one of our sites for any questions or concerns. All testing is confidential.


HIV Care

HIV Care

Comprehensive, up-to-date and compassionate care for all persons living with HIV

Post-exposure Prophylaxis


PEP, or post-exposure prophylaxis, is given after a possible exposure to HIV and is highly effective in preventing HIV

HIV Care


Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a daily pill that is highly effective in preventing HIV

HIV Care


A condom is a barrier contraceptive that can protect you against STIs and pregnancy

Post-exposure Prophylaxis


It is important to be tested at least once in your lifetime for HIV

HIV Care


An STI is an infection that can be contracted through sexual contact

Post-exposure Prophylaxis


Talking about STI and HIV testing with your partners is an important way to keep each other healthy.

HIV Care


It is a good idea to get tested for STIs regularly if you are sexually active

Get to know our team

We are clinicians, researchers, and public health scientists with a common goal: promote data-driven, practicable clinical research in public health.

What we do

Much of our research focuses on HIV and STI prevention broadly: we study things like PrEP uptake among marginalized communities, innovations in HIV/STI testing, health literacy and public health communication, high risk substance use, and many others.

Our Partners

Our Projects

We have a variety of ongoing projects


A year-long study looking to better understand the experiences of people who are newly diagnosed with HIV and the improvement of their care.

Project BREAK

A program which provides free counseling to gay and bisexual men who want to cut down on substance use.

PrEP for HIV Prevention

This grant seeks to understand reasons why people may stop using PrEP and how to potentially support people who are using PrEP.

Treating High Risk Substance Use

Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) who use substances and/or participate in high-risk sexual behaviors will be provided with Screening, Brief Intervention over the phone, and Referral to Treatment.

Testing 123

Getting tested regularly for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV is important for sexually active people and their partners. TESTING 1-2-3 puts you in control of your health.

Lets Talk About PrEP

A PrEP study that seeks to find out the ways of PrEP usage among Men who have sex with Men (MSM).

Join our Programs

Wanting to learn more about or work, participate in our research, or join our team? Click the link below!