HIV Risk Practices Among Undergraduates: The Driving Variables
by Joseph Sunday, Adegboro
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AIDS is a disease that has no cure yet, but is preventable. A world without AIDS is achievable if we all know and act appropriately. Most people especially students and youths have inadequate knowledge in matters related to STIs/STDs and often they have erroneous ideas about reproduction. They are the most vulnerable as well as the group that seem most misinformed about HIV/AIDS, yet they take the most risks about sexual activities. This book therefore, provides an overview of HIV/AIDS, the variables driving the epidemic and the attitude and HIV risk practices of undergraduates. The analysis and discussion should be especially useful for National Agencies for the Control of AIDS, Health policy makers, students, educators, religious and traditional leaders, parents and researchers who may be interested in this aspect of knowledge.
Joseph Sunday, Adegboro
Dr. Adegboro Joseph Sunday is a lecturer at the faculty of Education, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria. He studied Community Health Education at University of Benin, Nigeria. He has published several articles in both local and international journals in various aspects of community health.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
February 1, 2016
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.008 m; 0.249 kg