Online Program

Sexual and Health Risk Behavior (Social and Behavioral Epidemiology)

Monday, November 4, 2013: 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Members will gain an understanding of perceived health and sexual risk behavior. Additioanlly, information on current HIV education among adolescents and its effectivness and the barriers to condom use among a female college population will be described.
Session Objectives: • Describe the association between self-perceived health and chronic disease and self-perceived health and health risk behaviors. • Assess whether current HIV education strategies are effecting among adolescents. • Discuss the attitudes and norms of sexual intercourse and condom use among college students.
Laurie Elam-Evans, PhD, MPH

Introductory Remarks
Self-perceived health: Relationship with chronic diseases and health risk behaviors among adult georgians   
Francis Annor, MPH, A. Rana Bayakly, MPH and Madhavi Vajani, MPH
Association between different types of oral sexual behaviors and oral HPV in college women: Are all oral sexual behaviors equal?   
Natalie Kelso, MSW, John Friary, MS, MPH, Chukwuemeka Okafor, MPH, Phillip Barkley, MD and Robert L. Cook, MD, MPH
Effects of HIV/AIDS education on risky sexual behaviors among adolescents: Is there an impact?   
Raquel Qualls-Hampton, PhD, Thea Murray and Rebekah Hahn, PhD
Assessing sexual risk behavior beliefs and self-efficacy for condom use among selected college students   
John Moraros, MD, PhD, MPH, Yelena Bird, MD, PhD, MPH, Luis Solis, MPH and Adiba Islam, MPH
Concluding Remarks

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: Epidemiology
Endorsed by: Public Health Nursing, APHA-Committee on Women's Rights

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