Peer group intervention reduces personal HIV risk for Malawian health workers.

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PURPOSE To test a peer group intervention to address personal HIV prevention needs of rural health workers in Malawi. DESIGN Using a quasi-experimental design, we compared district health workers in two districts of Malawi that were randomly assigned to either the intervention or delayed control condition. We used independent sample surveys at baseline… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1547-5069.2011.01384.x

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@article{Mbeba2011PeerGI, title={Peer group intervention reduces personal HIV risk for Malawian health workers.}, author={Mary M Mbeba and Chrissie P.N. Kaponda and Diana L N Jere and Sitingawawo I. Kachingwe and Kathleen S. Crittenden and Linda L. McCreary and James L Norr and K F Kathleen F Norr}, journal={Journal of nursing scholarship : an official publication of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing}, year={2011}, volume={43 1}, pages={72-81} }