Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Multi-ethnic Peer Education Programme for the Prevention of Sexually Transmissible Infections and HIV among University Students in Northwest China
This thesis describes the development of linguistically (first language) and culturally acceptable teaching materials that were employed in an HIV/STI prevention peer education programme targeting the four predominant ethnic groups (Han, Hui, Mongolian and Tibetan) at a university for nationalities in Northwest China. A 39 item questionnaire (HIV/STI-KQ-39) was also developed to assess participants’ knowledge. There was a statistically significant increase in knowledge level between pre- and post-intervention in three of the four ethnic groups.
|dc.title||Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Multi-ethnic Peer Education Programme for the Prevention of Sexually Transmissible Infections and HIV among University Students in Northwest China||en_US|
|curtin.department||Centre for International Health||en_US|
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