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Constructions of masculinity and masculine identity positions within a group of male university students.
This research project is based on the key assumption that in order to slow the rate of HIV infections amongst young men (and women) it iscrucial to direct interventions towards changing the constructions of masculinity ...
An evaluation of the social support network component of the pilot CHAMP study in Kwadedangendlale, South Africa.
This study explored the social networks and social support of parents in Embo and Molweni, two villages of KwaDedangendlale outside Durban. The study is part of a larger South African project, CHAMP-SA (Collaborative HN/AIDS ...
Process evaluation of the Indlela HIV/AIDS and life skills programme in Amaoti, Durban.
BACKGROUND: HIV/AIDS has seemingly conquered all medical means of prevention. An approach is therefore needed which focuses on the future of a generation, in equipping today‟s children with the necessary knowledge and ...
A contextual assessment of a workplace HIV/AIDS peer education programme.
Set in the mining sector, the aim of this study was to explore the experiences, insights and reflections of a particular group of peer educator's with regard to their organisationâ€™s peer education programme. Using the ...
Sexually transmitted infection as a risk factor for HIV : describing treatment seeking behaviours and sexual risk practices of clinic attendees at the Cyril Zulu Communicable Diseases Centre : a potential application of the information-motivation-behaviour skills model for HIV prevention interventions.
Co-infection with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) is both an indicator of behavioural risk, as well as an indicator of increased risk for infection with HIV. This is a cross-sectional, descriptive study. The overall ...