STUDY DETAILS

Citation(s)

Klein, C. H., & Card, J. J. (2011). Preliminary efficacy of a computer-delivered HIV prevention intervention for African American teenage females. AIDS Education and Prevention, 23(6), 564-576.

Program Evaluated SiHLE
Evidence of Effectiveness No
Study Rating and Explanation HighRandom assignment study that met all criteria for a high rating; findings show no positive, statistically significant impact on a relevant behavioral outcome measure for either the full sample or key subgroup
Review Date May 2014

Program Information

Program Type

Abstinence-based
Clinic-based
Program Type is Sexuality education Sexuality education
Programs for special populations
Youth development

Program Length

Program Length is Fewer than 10 sessions Fewer than 10 sessions
10 to 20 sessions
More than 20 sessions

Evaluation Setting

Evaluation Setting is Afterschool/community-based After school/community-based
Health clinic
In-school
Elementary school
Middle school
High school
Multiple settings
Specialized setting

Study Sample

Average Age Group

13 or younger
Average Age Group is 14 to 17 14 to 17
18 or 19

Majority Racial/Ethnic Group

Majority Racial/Ethnic Group is African American African American
Asian
Latino
White

Gender

Both genders
Gender is Female only Female only
Male only

Research Design

Assignment Method Randomized controlled trial
Sample Size 178
Number of Follow-Ups 1
Length of Last Follow-Up 3

Study Findings

Sexual Initiation/Abstinence 0
Recent Sexual Activity Not measured
Number of Sexual Partners Not measured
Frequency of Sexual Activity 0
Contraceptive Use and/or Consistency Did not meet standards
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) or HIV Not measured
Pregnancy or Birth Not measured