At head of title: Young People"s Peer Education Project.
|Contributions||Eastern Health and Social Services Board, Northern Ireland. Young People"s Peer Education Project.|
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|Number of Pages||31|
Sloan N, Myers J. Evaluation of an HIV/AIDS peer education programme in a South African workplace. S Afr Med J. ; 95 (4)– [Google Scholar] Speizer I, Tambashe B, Tegang S. An evaluation of the "Entre Nous Jeunes" peer-educator program for adolescents in Cameroon. Stud Fam Plann. ; 32 (4)– [Google Scholar]Cited by: The Transparent Reporting of Evaluations with Nonrandomized Designs (TREND) Statement was developed in , in consult with journal editors and HIV researchers, in an effort to improve the reporting standards for nonrandomized evaluations of behavioral and public health interventions. The key content on this TREND website is a item. Peer education was selected as the methodology for implementation as it is considered a non-traditional health education method , and because . Peer Education and HIV/AIDS: Past Experience, Future Directions Executive Summary Peer education typically involves training and supporting members of a given group to effect change among members of the same group. Peer education is often used to effect changes in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors at the individual level. However, peerFile Size: KB.
This evaluation assessed the peer education programmes of HIV/AIDS projects run by four non-governmental organisations. A mini-case study approach was Author: Armand Hughes-D'aeth. Evaluation of a Peer Education based HIV/AIDS prevention project with Rwandan youth. In secondary schools in Bugesera Abstract This study concerns the process evaluation of a peer based HIV/AIDS prevention program in Rwanda. The intervention was designed and carried out by the Rwandan Red Cross Society, in collaboration. Evaluation Methodology Approach to the evaluation. In undertaking the evaluation of the BAR program, an outcome‐based evaluation process was used. This type of evaluation process determines the extent to which an intervention really makes a difference in the lives of the program participants (Ivancevich & Matteson, ). In this study, it Cited by: 3. This article describes an evaluation of a school-based peer education intervention for HIV prevention among students in twenty seven high schools in Aden, Yemen. The intervention was developed after a survey among the same population in , which revealed a high level of stigma towards people living with HIV (PLWH) and a low level of HIV by:
Evaluation of an HIV/AIDS peer education programme South African workplace. tn a Nicola M Sloan, Jonathan E Myers Objectives. To evaluate a South African workplace HIV I AIDS peer-education programme running since Methods. In a cross-sectional study was done of retail-section employees in three geographical areas. The. The CSOs employed the peer-to-peer strategy in communicating HIV/AIDS prevention messages to youth through: • Training of peer educators to disseminate these messages in their daily interactions with their peers(DSW,WV,Youth Alive) • The use of peer educators in drama shows (Ibanda,SPW,WV) • Dialogue meetings in dissemination of HIV File Size: KB. Monitoring and evaluation Youth-adult partnerships in action Wrap-up and closing ceremony Section 3. A Sample Peer Education Session on HIV/AIDS Session introduction Description of activities Section 4. Participant Handouts 1. Illustration of direct experience 2. Peer education and behaviour change theories Maas Fvd, Otte W. Evaluation of HIV/AIDS secondary school peer education in rural Nigeria. Health Educ Res. ; 24 (4)– doi: /her/cyn Ozcebe H, Akin L, Aslan D. Peer education example on HIV/AIDS at a high school in Cited by: