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World Health Organization
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World Health Organization (July 1, 2005)
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World Health Organization Geneva. Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Alcohol use and sexual risk behaviour : a cross-cultural study in eight countries. ISBN 92 4 156289 7. (NLM classification: WM 274).

Cross-cultural studies in a diverse country like Cameroon offer a promising tool for improved understanding of alcohol use and sexual risk-taking as biosocial processes

Cross-cultural studies in a diverse country like Cameroon offer a promising tool for improved understanding of alcohol use and sexual risk-taking as biosocial processes. Alcohol use has been proposed in some studies as a contributing factor to sexual risk-taking whereby alcohol use impairs individual judgment and decision-making and increases sexual risk-taking behavior (. Grant & MacDonald, 2005). Other studies caution that both behaviors could be caused by other influential individual-level, household-level or contextual factors (. Morrison et a. 2003)

sexual risk behaviour among alcohol users in diverse cultural settings. Kirjaluettelon tiedot. Otsikko of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, WHO, World Health Organization.

The project focused on eight countries from four continents (Belarus India Mexico Kenya Romania the Russian Federation South Africa and Zambia). Organización Mundial de la Salud. Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, WHO, World Health Organization.

A cross-national comparison of adolescent alcohol and drug use behaviors: . 11. World Health Organization. Hispanics and youth in the Dominican Republic. J Drug Iss. 2008;38(1):149-170. 10. Westhoff WW, McDermott RJ, Holcomb DR. HIV risk behaviors: A comparison of . Hispanic and Dominican Republic youth AIDS Educ Prev. Alcohol Use and Sexual Risk Behaviour: A Cross-Cultural Study in Eight Countries. Geneva: WHO Press; 2005.

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a Alcohol and sex - Cross-cultural studies. Drinking of alcoholic beverages - Cross-cultural studies. HIV infections - Risk factors - Cross-cultural studies. Sexual behavior surveys. 655. 4. a Electronic books.

Alcohol and Sexual Risk Behavior among Migrant Female Sex Workers and Male Workers in Districts with High In-Migration from Four High HIV Prevalence States in India. oceedings{Verma2010AlcoholAS, title {Alcohol and Sexual Risk Behavior among Migrant Female Sex Workers and Male Workers in Districts with High In-Migration from Four High HIV Prevalence States in India}, author {Ravi Kumar Verma and Niranjan Saggurti and Ajay K. Singh and Suvakanta N Swain}, booktitle {AIDS and Behavior}, year {2010} }.

However, the association between loneliness and health risk behaviour has been little studied to date. Data were used from the Social and Health Assessment (SAHA), a school-based survey conducted in 2003. A total of 1995 Russian and 2050 . students aged 13-15 years old were included in the analysis.

This cross-sectional study quantified alcohol and cannabis use in the . Global status report on alcohol and health 2014.

This cross-sectional study quantified alcohol and cannabis use in the Malawi Defence Force and investigated its associations with condom use, transactional sex, multiple sexual partners, and sexual violence. Participants were 944 male and female service members ≥ 18 years old. Data were collected in 2013 using a computer-assisted self-interview. The association between alcohol use and sexual risk behavior, and HIV infection among men attending beerhalls in Harare, Zimbabwe. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

World Health Organization. Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors Study in Uganda Report, September 2017. Page xii. OPERATIONAL DEFINITIONS. Methods: During September 2016, a cross-sectional community based quantitative study was conducted among 4715 adolescents randomly selected from 162 sampled enumeration areas in 95 districts from the five geographical regions of Uganda (Central, Eastern, Northern, Western and Kampala). Key Findings: SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS.

This report reviews the outcomes of a project to better understand, as well as develop a methodology to study, the factors associated with sexual risk behavior among alcohol users in diverse cultural settings. The project focused on eight countries from four continents – Belarus, India, Mexico, Kenya, Romania, the Russian Federation, South Africa, and Zambia.