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Reducing Sexual Risk among Racial/ethnic-minority Ninth Grade Students: Using Intervention Mapping to Modify an Evidenced-based Curriculum

Background: Racial/ethnic-minority 9th graders are at increased risk for teen pregnancy, HIV, and STIs compared to their White peers. Yet, few effective sexual health education programs exist for this population. Purpose: To apply IM Adapt—a systematic theory- and evidence-based approach to program adaptation—to modify an effective middle school sexual health education curriculum, ...

Using Formative Research and Audience-Centric Intelligence to Develop the #JustBe Digital Magazine: An mHealth Strategy to Improve Adolescent Sexual Health

Digital strategies may help to overcome challenges in providing contraception education to overlooked and key sub-populations (older teens, ethnic minority youth, LGBTQ youth, high school dropouts and males). However, many current digital strategies are not culturally specific and often have limited information on the most effective contraceptive methods. In this article, we ...

Working With Faith-Based Communities to Develop an Education Tool kit on Relationships, Sexuality, and Contraception

, and Contraception Opportunities for Teen Pregnancy Prevention 0 Sheryl B. Bell 0 0 University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public Health , USA Kimberly Johnson-Baker Follow ... . Authors Jennifer Torres, Kimberly Johnson-Baker, Sheryl B. Bell, Jamie Freeny, Sharon Edwards, Susan R. Tortolero, and Honora I. Swain-Ogbonna This article is available in Journal of Applied Research on