Rural Center for AIDS/STD Prevention
RCAP

Monographs

Every two years, RCAP sponsors the publication of a special issue of The Health Education Monograph, published by Eta Sigma Gamma, the National Professional Health Education Honorary. The monographs feature research articles largely focusing on HIV/STD-related issues in rural areas. Monograph articles are posted below and copies of the monograph are available upon request.

Articles Published in 1997 RCAP Monograph

The Health Education Monograph
Published by Eta Sigma Gamma, National Professional Health Education Honorary
Volume 15, Number 2, 1997

Table of Contents

Preventing Maternal-Infant Transmission of HIV: Social and Ethical Issues
James G. Anderson, Marilyn M. Anderson & Tara Booth

HIV Infection in Diverse Rural Population: Migrant Farm Workers in Indiana
Janet N. Arno

New Drugs for Treatment for AIDS and Cost Implications
Stephen R. Byrn, James G. Anderson & Marilyn M. Anderson

Behavioral Intention and Use of Condoms for HIV/AIDS Prevention Among African-American Students
Andrew J. Kanu

Breaking Confidence About Risky Sexual Behavior: Rural Area, Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Other Factors
Shobha Pais & Fred Piercy

Prevention of HIV/AIDS in Rural Communities
Mohammad R. Torabi & Kele Ding

Efficacy of Two School-Based Interventions Designed to Reduce Rural Adolescent Risk of HIV/STD
William L. Yarber & Richard A. Crosby