Safer Choices is a multi-component STD, HIV, and teen pregnancy prevention program for high school students. The program aims to reduce the frequency of unprotected sex among high-school-age students by reducing the number of sexually active students and by increasing condom use among students who are sexually active. It seeks to motivate behavioral change by increasing students’ knowledge about HIV and STDs as well as by promoting more positive norms and attitudes toward abstinence and condom use at the student, school, and community levels.
- Does Working Hard in School Explain Performance Differences between Girls and Boys? A Questionnaire-based Study Comparing Pakistani Students with Majority Group Students in the City of Oslo
- Assessing the validity of a self-administered food-frequency questionnaire (FFQ) in the adult population of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
- Extent Matters: Exposure to Sexual Material Among Czech Adolescents
- Care Update (Issue 2)
- The Greek version of the MacArthur competence assessment tool for treatment: reliability and validity: evaluation of capacity for treatment decisions in Greek psychiatric patients
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