DOING SOMETHING DIFFERENT
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DOING SOMETHING DIFFERENT

  • 09/26/2018

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    Doing Something Different consists of one single skill-building group session to encourage change in norms, expectations, and social skills for promoting safer sex and condom use. The intervention session begins with a video, “Let’s Do Something Different,” which depicts condom use as socially acceptable. After the video an African-American female health educator facilitates a group discussion (10-25 participants) on methods of preventing STDs and promoting condom use. This discussion includes the reasons why people like and dislike condoms. Role-playing gives the clinic patients an opportunity to practice condom negotiation, first with the health educator and then with another patient. Questions relating to medical aspects of STDs are referred to clinic nursing and medical personne l. All participants are offered 10 free condoms by clinic nurses
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