SALUD, EDUCACION, PREVENCION y AUTOCUIDADO (SEPA)
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SALUD, EDUCACION, PREVENCION y AUTOCUIDADO (SEPA)

  • 09/25/2018

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    SEPA is a six-session, culturally-tailored, small-group, skills building intervention designed to prevent high-risk sexual behaviors among low-income Mexican and Puerto Rican women. The intervention, delivered to groups of 11-13 women, promotes self-efficacy, builds skills and focuses on topics including: HIV/AIDS in the community, human anatomy and sexuality, education about HIV and other STDs, condom use, negotiation of safer sex, and preventing domestic violence. The intervention content and prevention messages are delivered using several methods, including: group discussions, videos, hands -on activities, role playing, skills demonstration, quizzes, and homework to build self-efficacy. Skills building activities focus on the correct use of male and female condoms, effective skills in communication, assertiveness, and negotiating safer sex with partners, and problem solving. After each session, their homework is to educate their peers about what they have learned. The intervention is sensitive to Latinas’ values and beliefs and addresses issues relevant for this population, such as intimate partner violence.
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