The Impact of Training on School Professionals' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Behaviors Regarding HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Homosexuality.Remafedi, Gary
Abstract: Examines the impact of Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) training on 129 secondary school professionals. Training focused on adolescents and homosexuality. Results indicate the trained professionals increased knowledge and tolerance, exhibited constructive behaviors, and were more likely to teach about homosexuality and refer homosexual students to community services. (GLR)
Title: The Impact of Training on School Professionals' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Behaviors Regarding HIV/AIDS and Adolescent Homosexuality.
Author: Remafedi, Gary
Journal Citation: Journal of School Health, v63 n3 p153-57 Mar 1993
Publication Year: 1993
Document Type: Research Report (143); Journal Article (080)
Target Audience: Teachers and Policymakers and Practitioners
ERIC Identifier: EJ471807
Clearinghouse Identifier: SP522655
Available from: UMI
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Descriptors: * Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; Adolescents; * Attitude Change; * Behavior Change; Beliefs; Comparative Analysis; Disease Control; Health Education; * Homosexuality; Inservice Teacher Education; * School Personnel; Secondary Education; Teacher Behavior; Teacher Student Relationship