Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Project as Community-Engaged Scholarship
This article describes the results of a 6 month integrated community service and service learning project aimed at the high prevalence of sexually transmitted infection (STI) in a largely immigrant Latino and African-American community area. A total of 64 participants were screened and six positive cases were identified. Results indicated that the adolescents studied lacked proper knowledge regarding safe sex and healthy behaviors, and most refused treatment despite providing anonymous education, screening and treatment services.
Lee, Young-Me, Susan Poslusny, and Howard Rosing. "Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Project as Community-Engaged Scholarship." Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education 1.1 (2009): 1-9.