Effectiveness of Interactive, Collaborative vs. Traditional, Lecture-Based Educational Interventions for Adolescents in Low-Income Areas to Increase Knowledge Regarding Sexually Transmitted Infections

Nelan Tagra, Maia Jimenez, Christina Benedicto, Christopher Tucker, Gerrard Norman, Charmein Harris & Stephanie Green
Aim: To assess whether teens who live in low-income areas who participate in interactive, collaborative sexually transmitted infections (STI) prevention education will have a significant increase in learning outcomes in comparison to students who participate in a traditional, lecture-based approach. Background: More STIs are reported each year. Among those infected, young people are of the highest incidence at 50% of new STIs in the US annually. High STI incidence is an unintended health outcome as...
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