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Young People's Comfort Receiving Sexual Health Information via Social Media and Other Sources John Australia, Facebook, health promotion, Sexual Health, SMS, social media, Twitter, young people
The Hookup: Collaborative Evaluation of a Youth Sexual Health Program Using Text Messaging Technology John California, evaluation, HIV, mobile phones, Sexual Health, SMS, text messaging, Youth
A Culturally-Targeted HIV/AIDS Graphic Novel for Teen Well-Being John AIDS, AIDS in the End Zone, book clubs, cultural studies, graphic novels, high school, HIV, juvenile justice, South Carolina
Evaluation of the Kǫ̀ts’iìhtła ("We Light the Fire") Project: Building Resiliency and Connections Through Strengths-Based Creative Arts Programming for Indigenous Youth John Canada, community-based, creative arts, evaluation, health promotion, indigenous, Northwest Territories, resiliency, suicide prevention, workshop, Youth
A Hopeful Participatory Engagement with Rural South African Children John collage, drawing, HIV, hope, participatory research, photovoice, rural, South Africa, visual methodologies
Living With and Teaching About HIV: Engaging Nursing Students Through Body Mapping John body mapping, HIV, living with HIV, nursing, qualitative research, stigma, storytelling, thematic analysis
HIV-Positive Youth Empowerment in Swaziland: An Evaluation of the Social Stigma Surrounding HIV John evaluation, HIV, living with HIV, pen pals, stigma, Swaziland, United States, youth empowerment
The Spoken Word Project: Using Poetry in Community Dialogue and Mobilization for HIV Prevention John community mobilization, HIV, HIV prevention, North Carolina, poetry, spoken word, United States
Creating a Culturally Inclusive Intervention Mechanism for HIV/AIDS Education in South Africa John AIDS, communication, cultural studies, culture, HIV, HIV education, qualitative research, South Africa, theatre
AIDS Communication Through Billboards and Murals in Tanzania John advertising, advertizing, adverts, AIDS, billboards, communication, HIV, Kiswahili, murals, Tanzania