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Review: HIV risk reduction interventions reduce some HIV risk behaviours in adolescents

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Q Do HIV risk reduction interventions reduce adolescent risk behaviours for HIV?


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AIDSLINE, CINAHL, Dissertations Abstracts Online, ERIC, Medline, and PsycINFO up to December 2000; hand searches of conference proceedings and recent issues of relevant journals; bibliographies of identified studies; and individual researchers.

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randomised controlled trials (RCTs) or quasi-experimental studies with rigorous controls that evaluated intensive educational, psychosocial, or behavioural interventions advocating sexual risk reduction for HIV prevention for pre-college adolescents and included behavioural measures relevant to …

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  • For correspondence: Dr B T Johnson, Center for Health/HIV Intervention and Prevention, University of Connecticut, CT, USA.

  • Source of funding: National Institutes of Health.