STUDY DETAILS

Citation(s)

Danielson, C. K., McCauley, J. L., Jones, A. M., Borkman, A. L., Miller, S., & Ruggiero, K. J. (2013). Feasibility of delivering evidence-based HIV/STI prevention programming to a community sample of african american teen girls via the internet. AIDS Education and Prevention, 25(5), 394-404.

Program Evaluated SiHLEWeb
Evidence of Effectiveness N/A
Study Rating and Explanation N/ADid not meet the review eligibility criteria
Review Date October 2014

Program Information

Program Type

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

Program Length

Fewer than 10 sessions
10 to 20 sessions
More than 20 sessions

Evaluation Setting

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
14 to 17
18 or 19

Majority Racial/Ethnic Group

African American
Asian
Latino
White

Gender

Both genders
Female only
Male only

Research Design

Assignment Method
Sample Size
Number of Follow-Ups
Length of Last Follow-Up

Study Findings

Sexual Initiation/Abstinence
Recent Sexual Activity
Number of Sexual Partners
Frequency of Sexual Activity
Contraceptive Use and/or Consistency
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) or HIV
Pregnancy or Birth