23 August 2009 No Comment
- Stigma and Sexually Transmitted Infections: Are attitudes towards people with sexually transmitted infections as punitive as they are perceived to be?
- “That’s the whole thing-to get rid of it”: Stigma, Sexually Transmitted Infections and Attendance at the GUM Clinic
- Developmental Psychology; comparison of the risk perceptions between genders in late adolescence
- Provider Referrals: Experience and Attitudes of Sexual Contacts
- Assessing the impact of pre-test counselling upon HIV transmission, knowledge and motivation to change risk behaviour.
- Some Peoples’ Psychological Experiences of Attending a Sexual Health Clinic and Having an STI
- Clinical Supervision is Beneficial to Health Advisers/Clinical Nurse Specialists Working within Genito-urinary Medicine
- Working Together: meeting the needs of the Black African clients in a UK HIV clinical service
- A Literature Review and Research Proposal to Explore the Attitudes and Opinions of Teenagers to Safer Sex
- A literature review to explore the knowledge and attitudes of health care workers to HIV and AIDS
- How do we do what we do with patients and how can we do it better?