2 edition of Survey of student attitudes towards AIDS/HIV found in the catalog.
Survey of student attitudes towards AIDS/HIV
Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University ofSurrey, 1996.
|Contributions||University of Surrey. Department of Psychology.|
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South American Journal of Public Health, Volume-2, Issue-4, OUTCOME: A considerablepercentage (%) of respondents has varying degrees of poor attitude, while . HIV/AIDS-Related Attitudes Accepting attitudes about HIV/AIDS HIV-related stigma persists in Ethiopia. While 82% of women and 93% of men say that they would be willing to take care of a family member File Size: 2MB.
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Background. A healthcare provider's attitude towards a patient plays a significant role in determining the patient's health-related behaviours and medical outcomes [1,2].A patient's perception of prejudice or a Cited by: General practitioners' attitudes towards AIDS and their perceived information needs.
BMJ. Jun 10; ()– [PMC free article] Elford J, Cockcroft A. Compulsory HIV antibody testing, universal precautions and the perceived risk of HIV: a survey Cited by: The significant level of p value was determined at pAuthor: Ebrahim Masoudnia.
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.
The question of attitude is one of the greatest and perhaps the most worrying problems related to HIV/AIDS. We need to consider our personal attitude, and the attitudes of others, towards the disease.
A self-administered questionnaire was distributed. The questionnaire sought student responses pertaining to knowledge of HIV transmission and non-transmission routes, basic Cited by: 8.
HIV/AIDS Amber Findley HCA/ 01/27/ Shannon White HIV/AIDS HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)/AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) was first discovered in the. Studies the attitudes of nurses caring for HIV/AIDS patients in a southern community hospital in the United States.
Use of AIDS Attitude Scale (AAS) survey form; Indication of an overall empathetic. The Anglia Polytechnic survey ()suggests that nurses' knowledge and their attitudes towards people with HIV and AIDS reflect much wider professional The Way Forward issues than mere apprehension Cited by: 7.
The respondents knew about condoms, but had poor attitudes towards condom use. Most respondents received information on HIV/AIDS, condoms and sexuality from magazines/newspapers and teachers.
The success of HIV care strongly depends upon skills of the healthcare worker. Vietnam has a punitive history towards HIV and even though this has changed recently, persons living with HIV Cited by: 9.
Understanding public opinion toward HIV/AIDS Foreword by Sean Cahill examines how people’s attitudes have changed since the s, and what has not changed. Another survey of the File Size: 84KB. information on the knowledge and attitudes of the local population is important for.
prevention and intervention. Towards this end, a nation-wide survey was undertaken on Knowledge, Attitudes and. SRJIS/BIMONTHLY/ DR. KULDEEP SINGH KATOCH () MAY-JUNEVOL- 4/31 Page HIV/AIDS AWARENESS AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Kuldeep Singh Katoch, Ph. Associate Professor, Department of Education, ICDEOL, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla-5 In this paper an attempt has been made to study HIV/AIDS.
towards HIV/AIDS patient. The responses were collected based on the positive and negative answers. The data were tabulated using the SPSS software versionstatistically analyzed and results were.
ASCD Customer Service. Phone Monday through Friday a.m p.m. ASCD () Address North Beauregard St. Alexandria, VA Social and cultural attitudes mean HIV has caught hold of Africa Culture and stigma are issues preventing effective measures against HIV among black Africans in Africa and the UK, as Lilian.
Non-infected children and adolescents also may be affected through their association with peers or significant others who are HIV positive, have AIDS, or who have lost loved ones due to AIDS. HIV/AIDS. Objective: To assess knowledge about AIDS / HIV and to know attitude and beliefs regarding this disease, among adolescent college going students.
Methods: students from the different colleges. MALE ATTITUDES TOWARDS PARTICIPATING IN THE PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV. LIVINGTON MOYO.
submitted in part fulfilment of the requirements for. designed to assess the beliefs and attitudes towards PLHWA among Malaysian medical students in the clinical years of undergraduate training with comparison between students from public and private medical universities.
2. Materials and Methods. Study Setting and Sample Size. is study was a cross-sectional survey .This survey is one of the first national random-sample surveys to ask men, in addition to women, about their knowledge, attitudes, and behavior related to STDs other than HIV._."Changing Attitudes toward Interracial Marriages in the United States: " M.A., Fayetteville State University.
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