Pilot testing: HIV knowledge, knowledge of risk behaviors, and willingness to be tested assessment instruments
Paulette Dawn Slowinski, PhD, School of Nursing, Rutgers University, Runnemede, New Jersey, USA
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Shorter, more effective instruments are needed to determine the efficacy of an evidence based single session HIV health promotion targeted educational intervention on HIV knowledge, knowledge of sexual risk behaviors, and willingness to be tested.
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