HIV RAP: HIV Research and Prevention Library
HIV Research and Prevention Resources (HIV RAP) is a comprehensive collection
of science-based resources assembled in a single online library. HIV RAP features
education, training and
research on HIV/AIDS; 40 effective HIV/AIDS prevention programs; and tools to assess your program needs
and implement, culturally adapt, and evaluate effective programs. Developed in
collaboration with the National Institutes of Health, these science-based resources have been
vetted by independent expert scholars and tested by practitioners in the field.
These easy-to-navigate, easy-to-understand resource modules provide information about HIV/AIDS incidence, prevalence, antecedents, consequences, prevention, and treatment.
The archive includes everything needed to replicate 34 prevention programs or adapt its implementation protocols to meet the needs of a particular population. Evaluation instruments are included to help assess effectiveness.
This interactive, computer-based intervention provides a positive multimedia learning experience for African-American women. Participants interact with the computer-based intervention individually and at their own speed, with minimal staff time required.
By better understanding culture and cultural competence and their connection to HIV, this center is designed to help professionals who are planning, implementing, or evaluating HIV prevention programs in their local communities.
This module provides a client-directed stand-alone HIV/AIDS risk-screening tool and learning activities center that will facilitate increased levels of HIV risk screening and discussion with clients.
This program was specifically designed for adults over age 50. It provides a client-directed stand-alone HIV/AIDS risk-screening tool that was tested and shown to be valid for older adults, and learning activities center that will facilitate increased levels of sexual health knowledge and discussion.
This online resource includes both a Youth Activities Library as well as a Teacher Training Library. The Youth Activities Library contains 40 multimedia-rich activities focusing on a variety of behavioral skills including refusal skills, stress management, conflict resolution, abstinence, safe sex practices and condom negotiation. The Teacher Training Library offers a multimedia training tutorial on program implementation and classroom management strategies.
This online multimedia training addresses everything an HIV prevention provider needs to know to adapt an evidence-based intervention program in a new implementation context. The course is 150 minutes long and is divided into four modules: 1. Understanding Program Adaptation; 2. Selecting a Program to Adapt; 3. Adapting a Program; 4. Getting Your Organization Ready.
This resource provides a multidisciplinary approach to teaching the biomedical, social, psychological, and behavioral aspects of HIV transmission, prevention and treatment -- offering readers a full understanding of the disease. The latest HIV/AIDS research findings have been translated into four easy-to-navigate, easy-to-understand resource modules including: Module 1: HIV/AIDS: The Epidemic; Module 2: Preventing HIV/AIDS; Module 3: Living with HIV/AIDS; Module 4: Gender, Culture, and HIV/AIDS.
This is a directory of the most promising and proven effective sexual education and prevention programs in the United States. The programs included in this volume serve a diverse population of adolescents ranging from middle school through college, and were selected for their demonstrated positive impact on STI, pregnancy, and HIV/AIDS-related risk behaviors by a group of eminent HIV/AIDS expert scientists.
This handbook offers an accessible, reliable source of science-based facts on teen sex, contraception, pregnancy, parenthood, and sexually transmitted infections. It also goes beyond "just the facts," offering review questions to empower youth to make good decisions about their sexual health.
The user-friendly modules provide a comprehensive guide to teaching and learning everything you need to know about utilizing data and the Internet to understand issues, optimize your research and achieve your goals.
Develop a program model. Replicate and adapt effective programs. Understand process and outcome evaluation studies. Collect outcome date.
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