Nov 3, 2008
Anita Chandra discusses the first study to demonstrate a link between exposure to sexual content on TV and subsequently becoming pregnant or being responsible for a pregnancy before the age of 20.
RAND Health has conducted multiple studies identifying the predictors and consequences of adolescent sexual intercourse. One such study is the first to demonstrate a link between exposure to sexual content on television and pregnancy before age 20.
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Conduct disorder is associated with risky sexual behavior among youth, but the specific behavior most strongly associated with conduct disorder is different for female and males.
Social factors such as generational status, parental monitoring, and peer norms affected the timing of initial sexual activity differently in Latinas and Latinos in the Healthy Passages study.
Getting To Outcomes (GTO) is a ten-step process that guides community organizations through the key tasks needed to make any prevention program a success. Based on the GTO ten steps, this guide is designed to help organizations assess the need for and select a teen pregnancy prevention program, identify specific goals and outcomes, create a detailed plan, identify and use evaluation measures, and apply data for program improvement.
In typical community-based settings, manuals and training common to structured evidence-based practices may be sufficient to yield low levels of performance and moderate levels of fidelity, but systematic implementation support is needed to achieve high levels of performance and fidelity.
Boys & Girls Club sites that used the Getting to Outcomes implementation support tool had greater capacity to run the Making Proud Choices program, but youth sexual health outcomes were no better at sites that used the tool versus those that did not.