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Qualitative Evaluation of the Relevance and Acceptability of a Web-Based HIV Prevention Game for Rural Adolescents

Description
Study of the use of online gaming to increase the education and awareness of HIV and its prevention in rural African American youth in the South. Provides data from focus groups, including participants' demographic information and feedback on the game's relevance, acceptability, and essential design elements.
Author(s)
Comfort Enah, Kendra Piper, Linda Moneyham
Citation
Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 30(2), 321-328
Date
2015
Type
Document
Tagged as
Black or African American · Children and youth · HIV and AIDS · Statistics and data · The South