A knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices (KABP) survey on HIV infection and AIDS among doctors and dental surgeons in Singapore.

@article{Chan1997AKA,
  title={A knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices (KABP) survey on HIV infection and AIDS among doctors and dental surgeons in Singapore.},
  author={Roy Kum Wah Chan and Lawrence Khoo and Chee Leok Goh and M S Lam},
  journal={Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore},
  year={1997},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={581-7}
}
An anonymous postal questionnaire survey studying the knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection was conducted among all registered medical and dental practitioners in Singapore in 1996. In all, 1523 replies were received, yielding a response rate of 29.3%. The level of knowledge regarding transmission and prevention was generally good, although there were a number who believed that HIV could be transmitted by the respiratory and oral routes… CONTINUE READING

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