Developing culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention curricula for Native American youth.

@article{Baldwin1996DevelopingCS,
  title={Developing culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention curricula for Native American youth.},
  author={Julie A. Baldwin and Jon Erik Rolf and Jenny Marie Johnson and Judith Ann Bowers and Chelsea Benally and Robert Talbot Trotter},
  journal={The Journal of school health},
  year={1996},
  volume={66 9},
  pages={
          322-7
        }
}
In 1990, researchers and health care professionals joined with members of several southwestern Native American communities to form an HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention partnership. Culturally sensitive approaches to theory-based interventions were developed into highly replicable, structured, school-based and community-based intervention programs. Process evaluations indicated high levels of program acceptance and fidelity. Outcome evaluations demonstrated significant positive preventive… CONTINUE READING
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