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Applying the criteria for the development of health promotion and education programs to AIDS risk reduction programs for gay men



Applying the criteria for the development of health promotion and education programs to AIDS risk reduction programs for gay men



Journal of Community Health 12(4): 199-212



As a result of the AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) epidemic, many community health agencies are faced with the task of planning and implementing programs to prevent or reduce the risks of HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) infection. Furthermore, the urgency of AIDS will force community groups to develop prevention programs prior to an analysis of substantial data relating to intervention efficacy. By using the five criteria for the development of health promotion and education programs enumerated by the American Public Health Association, planners can benefit from the experience of past health promotion initiatives, and insure a comprehensive approach to planning. The authors describe, using specific examples, how these criteria were used to develop and implement an AIDS risk reduction program for gay and bisexual men.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf01324291


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