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Evaluating safer sex and AIDS education

Dawn Jennifer Stephens

Evaluating safer sex and AIDS education

by Dawn Jennifer Stephens

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Published by Laurentian University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology in Sudbury, Ont .
Written in English


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Statementsubmitted by Dawn Jennifer Stephens.
The Physical Object
Pagination76, [10] l.
Number of Pages76
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Open LibraryOL20636391M

  The weight of evidence also suggests that sex education programmes in general, and especially some specific programmes, can increase the use of condoms and other forms of contraception when young people do have sex.3 4 Not surprisingly, those programmes that emphasise delaying intercourse are more effective in achieving that end, while HIV Cited by: Sex education is the cornerstone on which most HIV and AIDS prevention programmes rest and thus the high HIV and AIDS prevalence rates amongst 14–year olds has added urgency to the issue of sex education in South Africa (Pettifor et al., ).This urgency is reflected in South African education policies such as the Department of Education () document, “The HIV and AIDS Emergency Cited by:

Prevention education programs supported by the Wisconsin HIV Program have taken many forms, including media campaigns for the general public, teen peer education, and focused risk reduction programs for men who have sex with men. While variable in content and approach, HIV prevention programs share a common goal of supporting and sustaining positive health behaviors in order to limit .   In Zimbabwe, safer sex practice within marriage remains low and little is known about the sociocultural context of sexuality in marriage or how this affects practice of safer sex by married women [11, 16]. This article aims to elucidate the personal, social and cultural barriers to safer sex practice faced by women in Zimbabwean by:

Get this from a library! The complete guide to safer sex. [Ted McIlvenna; Clark Taylor, Ph. D. Ed. D.; Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.;] -- Explores the sexual aspects of AIDS prevention while explaining how to minimize the risk of infection and how to create a safer . Specifically, in schools that taught Get Real, 16% fewer boys and 15% fewer girls had sex compared to boys and girls in schools that either did not teach sex education at all or taught sex education as usual. This makes Get Real one of the few middle school sex education programs that shows delayed sex for both boys and girls.


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Evaluating safer sex and AIDS education by Dawn Jennifer Stephens Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book contains information about HIV/AIDS and safer sex education for use with young learners, lesson plans and tips for different types of lesson and resources. The interactive activities included here may be easily adapted for use with younger or older groups and focus on exploring and re-evaluating beliefs and feelings as well as providing factual information.

The authors encourage abstinence as the only truly safe sex, but caution that often sex just happens in the heat of the moment to those who are not prepared with contraceptives.

Their thorough discussions of STDs, contraceptives, the physiology of sexual intercourse, and the risks of different types of sexual activity are well balanced and accessible.1/5(2).

Sex & HIV fact sheet The most common way for HIV to be transmitted is through vaginal or anal sex. Download our Sex & HIV fact sheet to find out more about sex and HIV. Safer Sex in Personal Relationships takes readers on a journey through a variety of close relationship types.

It begins by highlighting awareness to the global enormity of HIV and AIDS and providing a link between the global and personal, and the need to make HIV and AIDS awareness part of everyday talk and personal relationship by: 4 Introduction What this pack contains This pack contains information about AIDS, HIV and safer sex education for use with young learners, lesson plans for different types of lesson.

Safer Sex For HIV. There are now many tools to help prevent HIV. Here’s how to reduce your chance of getting or transmitting HIV through sex.

Understand Evaluating safer sex and AIDS education book Risks. Some kinds of sex are riskier than others for getting or transmitting the virus.

Evaluating HIV/AIDS education in the university setting. can significantly increase important facts about AIDS and safer sex, as well as increase RAs' beliefs in their abilities to educate.

The third edition of Teaching Safer Sex is the winner of the AASECT Book Award given by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. With 50 lessons in two volumes, Teaching Safer Sex helps participants explore the many facets of safer sex and sexually transmitted infections in order to support the health and well-being of themselves, their.

Safe sex also means being careful if you have cuts, sores, or bleeding gums; these can raise the risk of spreading disease.

Anyone can get an STD. Young people who have more than one sexual. Safer sex guidelines are ways to reduce the risk of spreading HIV during sexual activity. UNSAFE ACTIVITIES. Unsafe sex has a high risk of spreading HIV. The greatest risk is when blood or sexual fluid touches the soft, moist areas (mucous membrane).

If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your passwordCited by: 1. The studies on the effects of sex education in schools show that sex and AIDS education often encourages young people to delay sexual activity and to practise safer sex, once they are active.

This is contrary to the popular belief that teaching young people about sexuality and contraception encourages sexual experimentation.

Lubricants, or lube, make sex safer by reducing the risk of tears or damage to the vagina or anus caused by dryness or friction.

It can also reduce the risk of a condom breaking. Lube is particularly important for anal sex, as the anus is delicate and does not self-lubricate. A brief discussion on safer sex (part of the Daily Living program on sex and sexuality), from the VA National HIV website.

Apply for and manage the VA benefits and services you’ve earned as a Veteran, Servicemember, or family member—like health care, disability, education, and more. Inside the most controversial sex-ed books of all time As parents protest "It's Perfectly Normal," we take a look at the most hotly debated books about the birds and bees view in app.

AIDS Education & Prevention. ; 17 (3)– [Google Scholar] Ford K, Wirawan D, Suastina W, Reed B, Muliawan P. Evaluation of a peer education programame for female sex workers in Bali, Indonesia.

International Journal of STD and AIDS. ; 11 (11)– [Google Scholar] Gao Y, Shi R, Lu Z, Qiu Y, Niu W, Short by: A theory- and evidence-based safer sex intervention designed, with young people’s input, to reduce the incidence of STIs by increasing the correct treatment of STIs, partner notification, condom use and STI testing before unprotected sex with a new partner.

The intervention was delivered via automated mobile phone messaging over 12 by: Evaluation of the validity of Condom Use Self-Efficacy Scale (CUSES) in young men using two behavioral simulations.

Health Psychology, 16(2), Mahoney, C. A., Thombs, D. L., & Ford, O. Health belief and self-efficacy models: Their utility in explaining college student condom use.

AIDS Education and Prevention, 7(1), The Spread of AIDS The United Nations U.S. Policy Toward China Voting Behavior Book Editor Sex Education Frontmatter 2/12/04 AM Page 3. the abstinence curricula and the safe sex information from comprehen-sive sex education programs.

Moreover, polls show that most parents File Size: KB. Epidemiologic Studies and Case Reports: Epidemiologic evidence in support of male-to-male,() male-to-female,() and female-to-male (31,33,36,39,40,) sexual transmission of HIV infection is risk of HIV infection among women who have sex with women appears to be largely attributable to other risk factors (sex with men, injection drug use).() Female-to-female sexual.

Rigorous Evidence – Usable Results July School-based sex education includes programs designed to increase knowledge and encourage sexual risk reduction strategies for HIV preven-tion delivered in school setting. Adolescents bear a disproportionately high burden of HIV globally.1 School-based sex education is one potential inter-File Size: KB.

For instance, when discussing AIDS, only 42% of mothers mentioned safer sex ever and only 36% mentioned abstinence. The rarity of safer sex and abstinence discussion—also revealed by questionnaire data (Rosenthal and Feldman, )—has implications for both research and intervention.

Researchers need to be specific when asking mothers and Cited by: HIV/AIDS peer education; • mechanisms for disseminating consultation findings and for continued exchange of information and resources on HIV/AIDS peer education.

Defining peer education Peer education is a popular concept that implies an approach,a communication channel, a methodology,a philosophy,and a English term ‘peer’.