Charles R Hayman

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To describe HIV infection prevalence and prevalence trends for disadvantaged out-of-school youth in the United States, we analyzed the HIV prevalence for and demographic characteristics of youth, aged 16 through 21 years, who entered the U.S. Job Corps from January 1990 through December 1996. Job Corps is a federally funded jobs training program for(More)
OBJECTIVES To describe Papanicolaou (Pap) test findings and identify prevalence and correlates of dysplastic cervical abnormalities in low-income adolescent females. DESIGN AND SETTING This cross-sectional study included a modified random sample of female students ages 16 to 25 years at 54 U.S. Job Corps centers. PARTICIPANTS 5,734 female students(More)
OBJECTIVES This analysis describes trends in the prevalence of genital chlamydial infection in economically disadvantaged young women entering a national job training program. METHODS We examined chlamydia test data for May 1990 through June 1997 for women aged 16 to 24 years who enrolled in the program. The significance of trends was evaluated with the(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate results of screening for syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia among youth in a federally funded job training program. METHODS Data were evaluated from medical records of 12,881 randomly selected students in 54 U.S. job training centers during 1996. The intake medical evaluation includes serologic testing for syphilis. The policy was for(More)
UNLABELLED OBJECTIVE--To describe the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) epidemic among socially and educationally disadvantaged young persons in the United States. DESIGN -We analyzed demographic and geographic findings from the screening of Job Corps students for antibody to HIV. SETTING--The Job Corps is a federal training program for disadvantaged,(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe trends in the prevalence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) among socially and educationally disadvantaged US youth. DESIGN Analysis of demographic and geographic trends of HIV infection among Job Corps students from January 1988 through December 1992. SETTING The Job Corps is a national training program for disadvantaged and(More)
Low income, medically underserved communities are at increased risk for tuberculosis. Limited population-based national data are available about tuberculous infection in young people from such backgrounds. To determine the prevalence of a positive tuberculin skin test among economically disadvantaged youth in a federally funded job training program during(More)