Goal: To develop and implement gender-based, culturally sensitive, and needs-based HIV/AIDS/STDs prevention education strategies
Target audience: Young minority women aged 18–25 years attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
Collaborators: North Carolina Central University (NCCU) peer educator student programs
Sponsor: HERMES completed five cycles of funding for this project by the Office on Women’s Health.
The following abstracts will open in a new window:
Abstract: Focus Group Discussions of Women, Sexuality and HIV Among African American Men Attending a Historically Black University in the Southeast
Abstract: HIV Peer-led Education Programs using an HBCU Mini-Grant Process
Abstract: Discussions of HIV Risk Reduction, Stigma, and Barriers to Testing among College-Aged African-American women
Abstract: Web-based Survey of HIV and STD Risk Factors among Women Attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the Southeast
HBCU women's health forum.
HERMES OWH HIV student conference.