Evaluating the knowledge and attitude of medical students toward HIV/AIDS

Author(s)

Reza Bidaki , Ziba Shabani , Ahmadreza Sayyadi Anar , Naeimehossadat Hosseini , Seyyed Mohammad Mahdy Mirhosseini , Mohammad Mahdi Kazerouni ,

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Volume 2 - February 2013 (02)

Abstract

Misinterpretations and misunderstandings about HIV/AIDS among students about some aspects of this disease and educational and health programs should be scheduled to inform students about the disease and the possible methods of prevention. This is a descriptive study the sample was drawn via simple random sampling method. The anonymous selfadministered questionnaire was distributed among the students. The attitude was evaluated via 5 scale Likert questionnaires.

Keywords

Knowledge, Attitude of Medical Students, HIV/AIDS

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