2 edition of AIDS knowledge and attitudes found in the catalog.
AIDS knowledge and attitudes
Deborah A. Dawson
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Center for Health Statistics in [Hyattsville, Md
Written in English
|Statement||by Deborah A. Dawson, Marcie Cynamon, and Joseph E. Fitti.|
|Series||NCHS advancedata -- no. 146.|
|Contributions||Cynamon, Marcie., Fitti, Joseph E., National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
AIDS knowledge and attitudes for July (no ) -- Practice patterns of the office-based ophthalmologist, National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, (Rev) (no ) -- AIDS knowledge and attitudes: August (no ) -- AIDS knowledge and at. Poor knowledge of HIV/AIDS, misconceptions and negative attitudes relating to HIV/AIDS can interfere with friends, family members and health care providers’ ability to provide quality care for HIV positive patients [ 19]. Stigma and discrimination toward HIV positive students have been found to increase their chance of experiencing violence Author: Prince Andrew, Azad R. Bhuiyan, Anthony Mawson, Mohammad Shahbazi.
Perinatal nurses were surveyed to determine their knowledge, attitudes, and fears concerning AIDS. Nurses’ knowledge correlated positively with attendance at conferences and in-service programs. More than 85% of the respondents reported moderate to high fear of AIDS. No correlation was found between knowledge and self-reported fear furniture-of-ironforge.com by: PEER EDUCATION AND HIV/AIDS the same group. Peer education is often used to effect change at the individual level by attempting to modify a person’s knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, or behav-iours. However, peer education may also effect change at the group or societal level by modifying norms and stimulating collective action that leads to changes.
Background and Aim of the Study: HIV/AIDS is best viewed as a major epidemic which poses serious challenges to mankind on a global scale. The aim of this study was to assess the HIV/AIDS-related knowledge among secondary school students in Bangladesh and investigate the association between secondary school students’ socio-demographic characteristics and their level of knowledge about Cited by: 6. CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW In the two decades since HIV/AIDS was first identified, the body of research into the Knowledge about HIV and AIDS is centered on disseminating information about the modes of transmission, means of prevention, and behaviors that enhance susceptibility. Attitudes typically concern not only the overall attitude.
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While several studies have explored AIDS knowledge, attitudes and practice (KAP) in secondary school students in Nigeria, and university students (16,17); and others have examined issues related to HIV/AIDS among health care providers (18,19,20,21), no study known to the authors has been done that explore the relationship between sources of Cited by: This book addresses the relationship between high school students’ HIV and AIDS knowledge and their stigma-related attitudes/perceptions of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Caribbean and Author: Prem Misir.
Nutrition Management of HIV/AIDS: Knowledge and Attitudes towards the role of Nutrition Management of HIV/AIDS. [Patricia Mbogoh] on furniture-of-ironforge.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Malnutrition and infection are invariably linked together each aggravating the other. Cell-mediated immunityAuthor: Patricia Mbogoh. Get this from a library. AIDS-related knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors in Los Angeles County.
[David E Kanouse; Los Angeles County (Calif.). Department of Health Services. AIDS Program Office.; Rand Corporation.;] -- This report documents the results of a telephone survey conducted between October and January on a random sample of 1, adult residents of Los Angeles County.
HIV/AIDS Knowledge, Attitude and Practice among Dilla University Students, Ethiopia Attitude and Practice among Dilla University Students, Ethiopia. WangC and Xie, furniture-of-ironforge.com knowledge, attitudes and behaviours assessment of Chinese students: A Questionnaire study.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Cited by: 2. This study assessed attitudes toward people with HIV/AIDS and knowledge of HIV/AIDS among physicians with a geriatrics specialty, and nurses and social workers who specialize in gerontology.
Nov 21, · From our study, although students had good knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS, they still harbor negative attitude towards HIV and HIV/AIDS patients. Knowledge alone is not enough to change attitudes towards people having HIV/ AIDS, but deep seated social and cultural factors such as religion, attitude towards ill-health and risk behaviors especially Cited by: Get this from a library.
Knowledge, attitudes, and behavior regarding AIDS in Benin. [Gora Mboup; Justin Y Tossou; Macro International. Institute for Resource Development.
Demographic and Health Surveys.]. AIDS is a global epidemic and the resulting stigma is a global problem, is the theme of University of Guyana Pro-Chancellor Professor Prem Misir’s new book ‘HIV & AIDS Knowledge and Stigma in Guyana’. While living and working in New York as a former associate public health epidemiologist with the Bureau of HIV and AIDS.
The objective of this study was to assess students' knowledge, attitudes and practices on HIV and AIDS. A questionnaire was administered to a cross section of Chinese undergraduates.
Respondents were asked to provide information about knowledge and attitudes about HIV/AIDS. Study results indicated that the majority of undergraduates had a moderate level of HIV and AIDS knowledge Cited by: Examining Sexuality in the Context of HIV/AIDS Knowledge among Students of the North-West University Mafikeng Campus: Does Gender Matter?: /ch The study investigated gender differences in attitudes towards sexuality in the context of HIV/AIDS among undergraduate students.
The cross-sectional studyAuthor: Paul Bigala. Results. For both genders in all countries, young people with higher levels of knowledge of transmission routes for HIV had more supportive attitudes toward those with HIV (see Tables 3 & 4).Older males (20–24) in Burkina Faso and Ghana reported more supportive attitudes toward HIV/AIDS; although older females (20–24) in Zambia reported less supportive furniture-of-ironforge.com by: However, there have been no reports regarding HIV/AIDS knowledge and attitudes on the part of mariners in Turkey.
Therefore, this study was carried out with the aim of defining the knowledge and attitudes of Turkish mariners. Data were determined using a self-completed questionnaire. Percentage and mean scores were used in data furniture-of-ironforge.com by: This book addresses the relationship between high school students’ HIV and AIDS knowledge and their stigma-related attitudes/perceptions of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Caribbean and South Pacific, with a view to designing effective stigma-reduction combined intervention programs.
Mar 21, · Objective. Knowledge about HIV/AIDS and HIV testing is essential towards reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS among students. However, there is a paucity of empirical studies regarding students’ knowledge and attitudes on HIV/AIDS and HIV testing in Ghana, a gap this qualitative study seeks to furniture-of-ironforge.com: Alfred Brown Kwarteng, Alfred Brown Kwarteng, Yulia Skokova, Williams Agyemang-Duah.
Apr 01, · The questionnaire consisted of three parts: knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs toward AIDS in both cultures. Descriptive and inferential statistical analyses were used.
The results indicated that the American students’ responses concerning knowledge of HIV/AIDS were significantly greater (M = 73%) in comparison with Jordanian students’ (M Cited by: A needs assessment of the knowledge, attitudes, practices, and beliefs about HIV/AIDS prevention was conducted among Sudanese and Bantu Somali women immigrants aged 19 years and older, recruited through a community organization between April and July Information was collected by interview using interpreters to administer a item test and a item questionnaire that had been Cited by: 7.
Student number: DECLARATION I declare that KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PREVENTION PRACTICES OF HIV/AIDS AMONG PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ZAMBIA is my own work and that all the sources that used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete references.
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HCPs' Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices HIV and AIDS contribute to nearly one-fifth of disease burden in sub-Saharan Africa. The challenge of HIV and AIDS disease is further compounded Author: Pamela Mandela Idenya. EBSCOhost serves thousands of libraries with premium essays, articles and other content including A Traditional Society in Change Encounters HIV/AIDS: Knowledge, Attitudes, and Risk Behavior Among Students in Northwestern China.
Get access to over 12 million other articles!. AIDS patients and those who did not intend to care for AIDS patients. Results supported the Ajzen-Fishbein's Theory of Reasoned Action that attitudes and subjective norms were major determinants of intentions.
There were no significant differences in nursing students attitudes, subjective norms and intentions with their AIDS knowledge furniture-of-ironforge.com: Martin Medvejer.This cross-sectional study used a purposive sample of high school students from fifteen urban and rural high schools in Guyana and assessed their HIV and AIDS knowledge and stigma-related attitudes, and the relationships among gender, age, religion, and race/ethnicity and HIV and AIDS knowledge.Aug 29, · Assessment of Knowledge and Attitudes to HIV and Sexual Risk Behavior by Caroline Njogu,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.