IknowUshould2: Feasibility of a Youth-Driven Social Media Campaign to Promote STI and HIV Testing Among Adolescents in Philadelphia

@article{Dowshen2014IknowUshould2FO,
  title={IknowUshould2: Feasibility of a Youth-Driven Social Media Campaign to Promote STI and HIV Testing Among Adolescents in Philadelphia},
  author={Nadia Dowshen and Susan Lee and Brandon M. Lehman and Marn{\'e} Castillo and Cynthia J Mollen},
  journal={AIDS and Behavior},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={106-111}
}
A youth-driven, social media-based campaign aimed at improving knowledge about and increasing testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)/HIV among youth 13–17 years old was assessed by: tracking website/social media use throughout the campaign; online survey of knowledge of and attitudes towards STI testing 9 months after campaign launch; and comparing rates of STI testing at affiliated family planning clinics during the 1 year period immediately prior versus 1 year immediately after… CONTINUE READING
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