Shanetta Martin

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Preventing youth problems—be they physical, emotional, or academic—is undeniably an important goal. However, during the 1980s and 1990s, the notion that “problem free is not fully prepared”—a tenet of the youth development approach developed at the Forum for Youth Investment (heretoafter referred to as the Forum)—began to take hold, and practitioners(More)
An evaluation of nine diverse HIV/AIDS training programs assessed the degree to which the programs produced changes in the ways that health care systems deliver HIV/AIDS care. Participants were interviewed an average of 8 months following completion of training and asked for specific examples of a resulting change in their health care system. More than half(More)
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