Does patient health teaching interventions regarding high-risk sexual behavioral modifications (e.g., abstinence, no unprotected oral sex, anal, or vaginal sex, reduction in number of sexual partners, increases in condom use, etc.) among incarcerated African-American males for purposes of reducing and/or eliminating increasing rates of HIV infection/transmission amongst them effective?

Does patient health teaching interventions regarding high-risk sexual behavioral modifications (e.g.,abstinence, no unprotected oral sex, anal, or vaginal sex, reduction in number of sexual partners,increases in condom use, etc.) among incarcerated African-American males for purposes of reducingand/or eliminating increasing rates of HIV infection/transmission amongst them effective?

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? Dearholt, S. L., & Dang, D. (2012). Johns Hopkins nursing evidence-based practice: Model and guidelines (2nd ed.). Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International.
? American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
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PICO (T) Question:
Does patient health teaching interventions regarding high-risk sexual behavioral modifications (e.g.,
abstinence, no unprotected oral sex, anal, or vaginal sex, reduction in number of sexual partners,
increases in condom use, etc.) among incarcerated African-American males for purposes of reducing
and/or eliminating increasing rates of HIV infection/transmission amongst them effective?
The PICO (T) elements in the above questions include.
P-Population, Patient or problem Incarcerated African-American males
I-Indicator and intervention Promoting patient health teaching interventions
regarding high-risk sexual behavioral
modifications (e.g., abstinence, no unprotected oral
sex, anal, or vaginal sex, reduction in number of
sexual partners, increases in condom use, etc.)
C-Comparison Standard patient health teaching interventions
O-Outcome Reduction in HIV rates and increase inmate
knowledge of healthy sexual practices as measured
by HIV Oral Swab Testing and survey regarding
healthy sexual practices
T-Time 3 months (because inmates get released back into the
community, it would prove extremely difficulty to
be able to conduct these studies for a greater length
of time, in particularly that most African-American
Men HIV Positive don?t want to be followed up in
the free community in fear that friends and family
may not only find out they are HIV Positive, but that
they live a Down-Low lifestyle)
Down-low is an African-American slang term that
typically refers to a subculture of Black men who
usually identify as heterosexual, but who have sex
with men; some avoid sharing this information even
if they have female sexual partner(s) married or
single (Theo G. M. Sandfort & Brian Dodge, 2008).

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