Research Paper On Hiv Prevention

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  • HIV and AIDS Prevention Program and Federal, State, and Local Government Agencies

    Intergovernmental Relations between a Public Program and This 5 page report discusses intergovernmental relations in the context of a public program and its need for interaction with other government entities. The example used is that of a state’s HIV/AIDS prevention program. The program was designed to educate the general population and target unique populations with meaningful and culturally appropriate HIV/AIDS prevention information. It receives funding and support from the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control, the State Legislature, and private funding sources. Bibliography lists 6 sources and includes an annotated bibliography.

  • AIDS and HIV and Their Effects on Human Biology

    A 10 page paper discussing the history of the disease, the immune system and the mechanisms by which HIV is believed to cause disease. The mysteries of HIV/AIDS remain, but researchers have discovered enough of its peculiarities that its associated 'fear factor' has been reduced somewhat, at least in that segment of the population that is neither HIV-positive nor active sufferers of AIDS. Continued research into prevention, particularly the promise provided by emerging vaccines, coupled with the availability of drugs for treatment brings hope to those who formerly would have had none. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • HIV/AIDS & African American Women

    A 12 page research paper that offers a detailed analysis of 4 research studies dealing with how to decrease the incidence of HIV/AIDS infection among African American women. Specifically the analysis of these articles looks for factors that should be included in HIV/AIDS prevention measures for black women. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • HIV Positive Nurses Should Still Be Allowed to Work

    4 pages in length. Key to the "prevention and management of HIV transmission in healthcare settings" (Campbell, 2004, p. 33) is clear and factual understanding of how the disease is passed and to conquer unfounded, erroneous beliefs that fuel the fear of HIV-positive nurses being a threat to patients and other health care workers. Research clearly supports the reality of the situation: While the risk of transmitting HIV depends upon "health personnel practices, the prevalence of the illness, and the frequency of exposure" (Campbell, 2004, p. 33), the fact remains it is too low a risk to disallow HIV-positive nurses to continue working. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Effectiveness of Sex Education in Teen HIV Prevention

    A 14 page research paper that offers a research study proposal. The hypothesis for the proposed study is that a sex education program that significantly affects the attitudes and norms of participant adolescents and creates positive cognition toward abstinence and delayed sexual behavior can be termed to be effective, as this result can logically be assumed to have a positive effect on the incidence of HIV among adolescents/young adults. The proposal outlines the parameters of the problem and provides background information on the issues, which states the purpose of the proposed study. A literature review provides context, as it summarizes previous research on this topic. The proposed methodology, data collection and analysis are then summarized. Samples of a parental/guardian consent form and a participant asset form are also included. The proposal also includes a 1 page abstract. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

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