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Understanding and Preventing HIV Risk Behavior

Safer Sex and Drug Use (Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology)

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Published by Sage Publications, Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • AIDS: social aspects,
  • HIV / AIDS,
  • Health behavior,
  • AIDS (Disease) in adolescence,
  • Psychology,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Social Psychology,
  • AIDS & HIV,
  • Allergies,
  • Health & Fitness-Allergies,
  • Medical / AIDS & HIV,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Social Psychology,
  • Psychology-Social Psychology,
  • AIDS (Disease),
  • Congresses,
  • Prevention

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStuart Oskamp (Editor), Suzanne Thompson (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7909177M
    ISBN 100803974256
    ISBN 109780803974258

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    At-risk behavior is anything that puts youth at risk for future negative consequences, like poor health, injury or death. And while risky behavior as a teen isn't a new concept (most adults can likely recall at least a few poor choices they made as a teen), the type of risks teens are taking are : Amy Morin, LCSW.   This report presents a three-stage model (ARRM) that characterize people's efforts to change sexual behaviors related to HIV transmission. ARRM focuses on social and psychological factors hypothesized to influence (1) labeling of high risk behaviors as problematic, (2) making a commitment to changing high risk behaviors, and (3) seeking and enacting solutions directed at reducing high risk Cited by:

    The relevance of drug injectors' social and risk networks for understanding and preventing HIV infection. risk networks (the people among whom HIV risk behaviors occur) as vectors of disease transmission, and (2) social networks (the people among whom there are social interactions with a mutual orientation to one another) as generators and Cited by: This book advances our understanding of comprehensive health care, risk and preventive behaviors, sources of mental distress and resilience, treatment adherence, and the experiences of gay men's communities such as communities of color, youth, faith communities, and the house ball community. Understanding Prevention for HIV Positive Gay Men.


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Understanding and Preventing HIV Risk Behavior Download PDF EPUB FB2

This volume brings together some of the most respected researchers in the area of reducing the transmission of HIV. Their work represents the state-of-the-art research on safer sex and drug use. The issues discussed include: adolescents at risk from AIDS; denial, motivation and behaviour Format: Paperback.

Representing the latest in research on safer sex and altering drug use behaviors, Understanding and Preventing HIV Risk Behavior will be a valuable resource for HIV-prevention researchers, community workers, and clinicians who want to utilize research findings in their HIV intervention programs.

Adolescent Health: Understanding and Preventing Risk Behaviors provides a strong foundation in current research, theory, and policy for those who study and work with adolescents. -- PsycCritiques, American Psychological Association (FebruVol.

55,). Safer Sex and Drug Use. Understanding and preventing HIV risk behavior: safer sex and drug use. [Stuart Oskamp; Suzanne Clare Thompson;] -- Bringing together some of the most active and respected researchers in the field, this volume presents a state-of-the-art, integrated examination of behavioral research aimed.

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Predictors of HIV-preventive sexual behavior in a high-risk adolescent population: The influence of perceived peer norms and sexual communication on incarcerated adolescents’ consistent use of by: Understanding the resistance to as well as the motivation for behavior change is essential for designing effective AIDS prevention interventions.

Basic and applied psychological and social research have contributed much to an understanding of the psychosocial and cultural determinants of HIV risk behavior.

Information on the various HIV risk behaviors and how the risk can be reduced using a variety of prevention methods. Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options Skip directly to A-Z link.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC twenty four seven. HIV Risk and Prevention. INTRODUCTION. Attempts to slow the HIV epidemic worldwide have led to a clearer understanding that the battle is not simply about using condoms or adherence to medication.

Rather, HIV risk and AIDS care involve complex behaviors influenced from multiple levels, from an individual's knowledge, attitudes, emotions, and risk perception, to power dynamics between partners, accessibility of.

PrEP is an HIV prevention option for people who don't have HIV but who are at risk of getting HIV. PrEP involves taking a specific HIV medicine every day to reduce the risk of getting HIV through sex or injection drug use. For more information, read the AIDSinfo fact sheet on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP).

Don't inject drugs. that increasing the availability of condoms is associated with significant reductions in HIV risk. Prevention Programs for People at High Risk for HIV Infection. Interventions for people who are at high risk of HIV infection can reduce risk behavior and can play an important role in many comprehensive prevention Size: 62KB.

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This book advances our understanding of comprehensive health care, risk and preventive behaviors, sources of mental distress and resilience, treatment adherence, and the experiences of gay men’s communities such as communities of color, youth, faith communities, and the house ball community.

Using condoms REALLY lowers your risk of getting HIV. If you’re going to have sex, using condoms every single time is the best way to protect yourself from HIV. There’s also a daily pill you can take — called PrEP — that can help prevent HIV. Your doctor or nurse can tell you if PrEP is right for you.

Complementary prevention behaviors include HIV antibody counseling; HIV antibody testing; enrollment in a drug treatment program; informing sexual and drug partners of one's HIV status; providing names of drug and sexual contacts to public health officials; the use of family planning services; and personal involvement in or establishment of an HIV prevention by: 1.

Chapter 6: Affect, Analysis, Adolescence, and Risk; Chapter 7: Toward an Understanding of the Role of Perceived Risk in HIV Prevention Research; Chapter 8: Alcohol and Illicit Drugs: The Role of Risk Perceptions; Chapter 9: Adolescents' Risk Perceptions and Behavioral Willingness: Implications for.

prevention fi eld as a whole has come to recognize that HIV is fundamentally a pathogen that is transmitted in the course of human relationships that occur and are infl uenced by social and cultural contexts, and that targeting only one aspect.

Choose less risky sexual behaviors. Anal sex is the highest-risk sexual activity for HIV transmission. If your partner is HIV-negative, it’s less risky if they’re the insertive partner (top) and you’re the receptive partner (bottom) during anal sex.

Oral sex is much less risky than anal or vaginal sex. The chapter also reviews interventions that have been tested to reduce sexual risk behaviors among PLWHA. The challenge of HIV prevention has increased even as HIV therapy has greatly improved survival. Promotion of HIV testing has been an important component of.

Condoms are the best way to prevent HIV because the virus can't pass through the barrier. "National Survey of Young Adults on HIV/AIDS." CDC: “HIV Risk Behaviors,” “Prevention.This innovative collection offers a wide-ranging palette of psychological, public health, and sociopolitical approaches toward addressing the multi-level prevention needs of gay men living with HIV and AIDS.

This book advances our understanding of comprehensive health care, risk and preventive behaviors, sources of mental distress and. Countries with large HIV populations, such as the United States of America, South Africa, China, India, and Uganda, possessed the highest number of empirical studies.

Research landscapes related to stigma and discrimination include clinical, physical and mental health outcomes, risk behaviors of most-at-risk populations, and HIV-related by: 2.