Perceptions and attitudes of employees toward voluntary HIV/AIDS testing: a South African case study
The aim of the study was to establish what the perceptions and attitudes are of employees at different levels of the organisation with regard to HIV/AIDS testing. A further aim was to identify possible reasons for the poor employee response to voluntary HIV/AIDS testing. It was thus important for this research to gauge employee knowledge, attitude and behaviour toward HIV/AIDS in order for organisations to develop strategies for effective HIV/AIDS counselling and testing programmes.
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Barriers to voluntary counseling and testing of individuals in selected areas of the gurage zone, Ethiopia Amde, Woldekidan Kifle (2008)Despite wide acceptance of Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) as a crucial entry point for the prevention, treatment, care and support of HIV-infected persons; the prevalence of testing in Ethiopia remains very low. ...
Teachers' understanding of the roles required to respond meaningfully to HIV and AIDS challenges in primary schools in the Western Cape Wentzel, Andrew (University of the Western Cape, 2011)This research proceeds via a mixed methods paradigm using both qualitative and quantitative methods in a case study research design. A conceptual framework of mutually interacting variables influencing each other and ...
Olsen, Sissel Tove. (University of the Western Cape, 2007)The school environment presents a valuable opportunity for the identification, monitoring and support of children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS and poverty. Many children are caring for parents suffering from AIDS related ...