The Impact of a Combined Intimate Partner Violence and HIV.
As HIV transmission is propelled by behav-ioural factors, theories about how individuals change their behaviour have provided the foundation for most HIV prevention efforts worldwide. These theories have been gener-ally created using cognitive-attitudinal and affective-motivational constructs (Kalichman, 1998). Nearly all the psychosocial theories.
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Risky Sexual Behavior. Teens in this sample reported high rates of engaging in risky sexual behavior, placing them at great risk for HIV and other STDs (see Table I for frequencies of risky sexual behaviors stratified by age).
CIGARETTE SMOKING BEHAVIORS AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV: ASSOCIATIONS WITH INDIVIDUAL- AND SOCIAL-LEVEL CHARACTERISTICS. by. Lauren R. Pacek. A dissertation submitted to Johns Hopkins University in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Baltimore, Maryland.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk behaviors, namely tobacco smoking, hazardous alcohol use, poor diet and sedentary behavior, are more prevalent among people living with HIV (PLWH) than the general population. Qualitative evidence shows that PLWH report adopting unhealthy behaviors as a means of coping with the stress of living with HIV, including the adverse physiological symptoms of HIV.
Uganda is among the first to use the Washington Group Short Set of Questions on Disability to identify persons with disabilities in its Demographic and Health Survey. In this paper, we review the HIV Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviour component of the 2011 Ugandan Demographic and Health Survey, analysing a series of questions comparing those with and without disabilities in relation to HIV.