Identifying Gender Differences in Ghanaian University Students ’ Sexual Practices , Attitudes and Knowledge Regarding HIV

@inproceedings{Asante2014IdentifyingGD,
  title={Identifying Gender Differences in Ghanaian University Students ’ Sexual Practices , Attitudes and Knowledge Regarding HIV},
  author={Kwaku Oppong Asante and Isaac Mensah Boafo and Maurice Nyamekye},
  year={2014}
}
University students in Ghana, as in elsewhere in Africa are reported to be engaging in lifestyles that put them at risk of HIV infection. This study was conducted to examine possible gender differences in the knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors related to HIV among university students. A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data from 181 randomly selected Ghanaian university students. The results showed that over half (52%) of the participants were sexually active and had engaged… CONTINUE READING

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