HIV-prevention education is an important topic for health care professionals and health occupations educators. This study used grounded research to examine the effects of an HIV peer education program on individuals, the organization, and the community. The findings revealed that the unanticipated consequences for alI three stakeholders were far greater than the anticipated outcomes. The findings are discussed in terms of benefits participatory health education as compared to traditional health care education.
Spector, Melanie M.S., LPC and Sleezer, Catherine M. Ph.D.
"Health Education for Women at Risk: HIV Prevention Education for Incarcerated Women,"
Journal of Health Occupations Education: Vol. 13
, Article 6.
Available at: http://stars.library.ucf.edu/jhoe/vol13/iss1/6