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Engaging Youth in Rural Uganda in Articulating Health Priorities Through Photovoice (2016) John adolescents, health promotion, participatory action research, photography, photovoice, rural, Uganda, WAD2016
Photovoice in Kenya: Using a Community-Based Participatory Research Method to Identify Health Needs (2016) John community mobilization, Kenya, needs assessment, participatory action research, photography, photovoice, policy making, rural, WAD2016
Contexts of Risk: A Photo-Voice Study of Haitian Youth Perceptions of Their HIV Risk (2016) John gender roles, Haiti, HIV, IDP camps, masculinity, photography, photovoice, poverty, risk, WAD2016, Youth
The Art of Resilience: Photo-Stories of Inspiration and Strength Among People with HIV/AIDS John AIDS, HIV, living with HIV, photography, photovoice, storytelling, WAD2016
Towards Bettering HIV/AIDS Understandings: A Phenomenographic-Comparison of the Conceptions of HIV-Positive University Students in Finland and Nigeria John concept mapping, education, Finland, HIV, living with HIV, Nigeria, qualitative research, students
An Expressive Therapy Group Disclosure Intervention for Women Living With HIV Improves Social Support, Self-efficacy, and the Safety and Quality of Relationships: A Qualitative Analysis John California, Cultural Odyssey, disclosure, expressive therapy, HIV, living with HIV, Medea Project, qualitative research, San Francisco, theater, theatre, United States, women
Introducing Life Maps as Technique in a Social Group Work Programme for Young Adults Living With HIV/AIDS John collage, life mapping, life maps, living with HIV, quilts, social work, South Africa, young people
Visioning Health: Using the Arts to Understand Culture and Gender as Determinants of Health for HIV-Positive Aboriginal Women John Aboriginal, arts-based research, Canada, culture, gender, HIV, Indigenous knowledge, living with HIV, participatory research, photovoice, storytelling, women
Roundtable Discussion: Serious Games for Sexual Health John behaviour change, educational technology, gaming, serious games, Sexual Health, technology
Accessing Sexual Health Information Online: Use, Motivations and Consequences for Youth With Different Sexual Orientations John gay, lesbian, online information, privacy, queer, Sexual Health, sexual orientation, United States, Youth