Julie A Denison
Affiliation: Family Health International
- Do peer educators make a difference? An evaluation of a youth-led HIV prevention model in Zambian SchoolsJ A Denison
Behavioral iomedical Research, Family Health International, Durham, NC 27713, USA
Health Educ Res 27:237-47. 2012..05). The average annual cost of the program was US$21 per beneficiary. In conclusion, the youth-led model is associated with increased HIV and RH knowledge and self-efficacy and lowered levels of stigma and sexual risk-taking behaviors...
- HIV voluntary counseling and testing and behavioral risk reduction in developing countries: a meta-analysis, 1990--2005Julie A Denison
Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA
AIDS Behav 12:363-73. 2008..Such expansion, however, must be accompanied by rigorous evaluation in order to test, refine and maximize the preventive benefits of learning one's HIV infection status through HIV testing and counseling...
- The HIV testing experiences of adolescents in Ndola, Zambia: do families and friends matter?J A Denison
Behavioral and Social Sciences, Family Health International, Arlington, VA 22201, USA
AIDS Care 20:101-5. 2008..These results reinforce the need to provide confidential VCT services for adolescents and the need to develop and test innovative strategies to reach adolescents, their families and sex partners with VCT information and services...
- HIV testing among adolescents in Ndola, Zambia: how individual, relational, and environmental factors relate to demandJulie A Denison
Behavioral and Biomedical Research, Family Health International, Arlington, VA 22203, USA
AIDS Educ Prev 21:314-24. 2009..84) and HIV risk perception (OR = 2.71; 95% CI = 1.51-4.88). Relational and individual factors strongly correlated with VCT demand, supporting the need to examine these factors when implementing and evaluating adolescent VCT strategies...
- Ending intimate partner violence: an application of the transtheoretical modelJessica G Burke
Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Department of Population Family Health Sciences, 615 N Wolfe Street, 4th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
Am J Health Behav 28:122-33. 2004..To examine the application of the transtheoretical model (TM) to women's experiences of ending intimate partner violence (IPV)...