HIV/AIDS Center for Black Males Research Paper by Research Group

HIV/AIDS Center for Black Males
Proposes an HIV/AIDS Center for black males in Baltimore's Park Heights community.
# 26372 | 5,842 words | 24 sources | APA | 2002 | US


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Description:

This research presents a proposal for the development of an HIV/AIDS Center in the Park Heights community of the City of Baltimore. The proposed HIV/AIDS Center focuses on providing service and outreach for African American males. The proposal is developed in three parts (1) a needs assessment (2) current funding/organizational context and (3) program rationale and components.

Outline
Introduction
Purpose
Focus
Presentation Plan
Needs Assessment
Focus
HIV/AIDS
Frequency
At-Risk Populations
Risk Behaviors
Baltimore-Specific Risks
Park Heights-Specific Needs
Current Funding/Organizational Context
Links Between Funds Sources and Proposed Clinic
Links Between Organization and Proposed Clinic
Program Rationale and Components
Model Programs
Educational Roles
Specific Activities
Evaluation
Stakeholder Interviews
References

From the Paper:

"It would be comforting to assume that in this fourteenth year of the HIV/AIDS crisis that everyone by now is not only aware of the virus, the syndrome, and the disease, but that they also are aware of how the virus is transmitted, what happens to ones physical and emotional systems as AIDS develops, and how to obtain care for oneself or others who are either HIV-positive or are suffering from AIDS. Unfortunately, even at this late date, such is not the case. Thus, this needs assessment begins with a consideration of the knowledge necessary to understand the HIV/AIDS crisis and proceeds to the specific needs of African American males in the Park Heights community."

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HIV/AIDS Center for Black Males (2003, May 04) Retrieved October 21, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/hiv-aids-center-for-black-males-26372/

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"HIV/AIDS Center for Black Males" 04 May 2003. Web. 21 October. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/hiv-aids-center-for-black-males-26372/>

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