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"Attitudes and beliefs towards HIV and AIDS among Aboriginal peoples living in British Columbia"

By David Schneider, Barbara Marsden, Tobin Copley, Barbara Skaling and Earl Nowgesic

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Healing Our Spirit, BC First Nations AIDS Society (HOS) provides outreach and education services for First Nations and Aboriginal people living with HIV AIDS (APHA). These services, including educational workshops, are provided to diverse clients and communities throughout British Columbia (BC), including remote villages and reserves. Over the past three years, workshop participants have completed questionnaires. Using this collected data multivariate logistic regression is used to examine attitudes and beliefs about those who are living with HIV

Publisher: School of Native Human Services
Year: 2000
OAI identifier: oai:zone.biblio.laurentian.ca:10219/452
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