3068.0: Monday, November 13, 2000: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM

Human Sexuality Programs: Comprehensive versus Abstinence-only, Processes and Issues

In this session, an overview of human sexuality programs will be presented. An outcome evaluation of several human sexuality programs provides a basis for discussion of assumptions made when selecting the type of program to implement. Specific issues related to implementation and evaluation of Title V Human Sexuality Programs in terms of coalition building, diversity among program components, and the actual conduct of evaluations in after-school settings, will provide those in attendance with practical solutions to the types of problems that are faced in planning, implementing, and evaluating educational programs in human sexuality
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Presider(s):Larry K. Olsen, DrPH, CHES
12:30 PMTrends in teaching sexuality education in the United States, 1988-1999
David J. Landry, Jacqueline E. Darroch, PhD, Susheela Singh, PhD
12:45 PMOne year follow-up of a study comparing three approaches to pregnancy prevention among students at high risk of early sexual activity
Lisa D. Lieberman, PhD, CHES, Pat Maloney, BA, Nicole Johnson, MPA
1:00 PMImplementation of Abstinence-only Programs through Health District Sponsored Community Coalitions
Caile E. Spear, PhD, Angela Wickham
1:15 PMUpdate on the evaluation of Pennsylvania's sexual abstinence initiative
Edward A. Smith, PhD, Susan Potter
1:30 PMProblems encountered in evaluating after-school abstinence-only human sexuality programs
Larry K. Olsen, DrPH, CHES, Daniel Agley, EdD, Kandice Johnson, PhD
Sponsor:School Health Education and Services
Cosponsors:Epidemiology; HIV/AIDS SPIG; Population, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health; Social Work; Socialist Caucus; Women's Caucus

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA