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Self-deception does not explain high-risk sexual behavior in the face of HIV/AIDS: A test from northern Kenya
Throughout sub-Saharan Africa, there is resistance to changing sexual behavior despite survey data indicating high levels of knowledge about HIV transmission patterns and high-risk behavior. Previous explanations for this ...
HIV/AIDS risk and worry in Northern Kenya
Data from a 2003 survey of sexual behaviour (n = 400) conducted in the Ariaal community of Karare, Marsabit District, northern Kenya, were used to delineate patterns of risk and worry about contracting HIV/AIDS. Despite ...
Right from primary school, I liked science: understanding health research capacity building in sub-Saharan Africa through Kenyan training experiences.
Defining research career paths that enable Africans to address local and global health issues is essential for population health. This study was conducted to better understand how international health training programs ...