Romantic relationships: an important context for HIV/STI and pregnancy prevention programmes with young people

@inproceedings{Coyle2014RomanticRA,
  title={Romantic relationships: an important context for HIV/STI and pregnancy prevention programmes with young people},
  author={Karin K Coyle and Pamela M. Anderson and Heather M. Franks and Jill R. Glassman and J. David A. Walker and Vignetta Charles},
  year={2014}
}
Romantic relationships are central in the lives of young people. This paper uses data on romantic relationships from urban youth in the USA to illustrate how using a relationships perspective in HIV/STI and pregnancy prevention programmes broadens the skills and content covered, and contextualises the learning to enhance relevance and use. Self-report survey data were collected using electronic handheld devices for a school-based randomised trial. The survey sample includes 911 young people… CONTINUE READING

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