HIV risk reduction behaviors in adolescent females; The influence of mastery and self-esteem
Ellen Long-Middleton, Clinical Associate Professor, MGH Institute of Health Professions, Grand Isle, Vermont, USA
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Long-Middleton, Ellen R. (2001-11-10)AIDS is a leading cause of death in adolescent and young adult populations. Heterosexual transmission of HIV is the fastest growing mode of infection among women, and minority populations are affected disproportionately. ...
Long-Middleton, Ellen R. (2011-10-17)Purpose: Mastery, a global sense of control over one's life, and self-esteem, the value placed on oneself, are psychological characteristics associated with numerous health-enhancing behaviors. Developing interventions to ...
Long-Middleton, Ellen R. (2016-07-13)Session presented on Thursday, July 21, 2016 and Friday, July 22, 2016: Purpose: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a threat to the lives, health and well being of individuals ...
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Perspectives of people living with HIV toward healthcare providers: Insights into multicultural health literacy Long-Middleton, Ellen R.; Nicholas, Patrice Kenneally; Corless, Inge B.; Portillo, Carmen J.; Webel, Allison R.; Rivero-Mendez, Marta; Holzemer, William L.; Mogobe, Keitshokile Dintle; Kemppainen, Jeanne; Nokes, Kathleen M.; Cuca, Yvette; Reid, Paula; Eller, Lucille Sanzero; Wantland, Dean; Sabone, Motshedisi Boitumelo; Solis-Baez, Solymar; Gakumo, C. Ann; Fortinsky, Rachel; Dawson-Rose, Carol (2017-07-05)Purpose: To further our understanding about relationship influences that impact health literacy, the purpose of this study was to characterize the perspectives of a culturally diverse group of people living with HIV ...