The influence of psychosocial difficulties on women's attrition in an HIV/STD prevention program.

@article{Beadnell2003TheIO,
  title={The influence of psychosocial difficulties on women's attrition in an HIV/STD prevention program.},
  author={Blair Beadnell and S. Richard Baker and Kathy Knox and Sorrel Stielstra and Diane M Morrison and E Degooyer and Lauren Wickizer and Allison Maree Doyle and Monica L. Oxford},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2003},
  volume={15 6},
  pages={
          807-20
        }
}
We examined attrition from an HIV/STD group counselling intervention in two ways: quantitative analyses of the entire sample (n=287) and structured interviews of a subset of 30 women with low attendance. In the interviews, the most common reasons for low attendance were time conflicts and enrolling primarily to obtain the monetary incentives given for completing research questionnaires. Latent class statistical analysis of the full sample identified two subgroups that differed from each other… CONTINUE READING
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