The SISTA Project
Investigators: Ralph DiClemente & Gina Wingood

SISTA, a gender-relevant, culturally sensitive group program for African-American women, is designed to be implemented in a community setting. Based on social cognitive theory and the theory of gender and power, SISTA seeks to prevent HIV transmission by promoting consistent condom use. Peer Health Educators lead five two-hour sessions, focusing first on ethnic and gender pride, then moving on to provide knowledge about HIV/AIDS and skills training to promote sexual safety. Each session employs group discussion, lecture, role play activities and written homework to increase retention of risk reduction strategies. View more detailed information on this program.

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Materials in this program package are licensed for use in one implementation site. All materials are copyrighted and may not be copied or distributed. If you would like to order additional materials or program packages, please contact Customer Support. Email: Tel: 650-949-3282.

SiSTA Digitized Program Package
Contains Program Materials in PDF Format and Includes the Users Guide and any Original Evaluation Instruments (materials not able to be digitized will be shipped)
Price: $160.00
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Original Evaluation Instrument
.pdf download
Price: $7.56
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SiSTA Program Package
Price: $350.00
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SiSTA User's Guide
Printed (no program materials)
Price: $18.00
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User's Guide
.pdf download (no program materials)
Price: $12.00
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