SAHARA Training Modules
Investigators: Alejandra Moreno, Lucy Baden and Josefina J. Card
Publication Date: May 12, 2016
About This Product
These multimedia, interactive training modules will help you train for and implement the program SAHARA: Sistas Accessing HIV/AIDS Resources At a click. SAHARA is an interactive, computer-based intervention that is gender relevant and culturally sensitive for African-American women, ages 18-29. Designed for implementation in clinical or community-based settings, the two-session interactive, intervention emphasizes ethnic and gender pride, HIV risk-reduction information, sexual negotiation skills, proper condom use, and development of partner norms supportive of consistent condom use. Social cognitive theory and the theory of gender and power provide the intervention's theoretical foundation. The SAHARA training contains 6 modules, and covers important information and skills for SAHARA administrators. The modules contain videos, quizzes, and interactive learning exercises. Over the course of the training, the modules cover topics such as: program background and information; the original implementation(s) of the program; benefits and challenges of computer-based interventions; and other uses of SAHARA.Read More ...
- 6 online training modules
- Interactive activities, quizzes and videos