HIV/AIDS Prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

May 15th, 2003 | By | Category: 14-4: Cultural Resilience, Research
By Thomas W. Sileo, Ed.D., and Myrna A. Gooden, M.S.W.

Researchers discuss the health-risk behaviors of American Indian/Alaska Native youth and young adults, attendant factors that lead to HIV infection, and cultural characteristics and values that may contribute to advancement of the disease. This article provides a rationale for developing culturally appropriate HIV/AIDS prevention curricula and instructional strategies for Native people. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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