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Multilevel perspectives on community intervention: an example from an Indo-US HIV prevention project in Mumbai, India

Schensul, Stephen L ; Saggurti, Niranjan ; Singh, Rajendra ; Verma, Ravi K ; Nastasi, Bonnie K ; Mazumder, Papiya Guha

American journal of community psychology, June 2009, Vol.43(3-4), pp.277-91 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Multilevel perspectives on community intervention: an example from an Indo-US HIV prevention project in Mumbai, India
  • Autor: Schensul, Stephen L ; Saggurti, Niranjan ; Singh, Rajendra ; Verma, Ravi K ; Nastasi, Bonnie K ; Mazumder, Papiya Guha
  • Assuntos: International Cooperation ; Community Health Services -- Organization & Administration ; HIV Infections -- Epidemiology ; Preventive Health Services -- Organization & Administration
  • É parte de: American journal of community psychology, June 2009, Vol.43(3-4), pp.277-91
  • Descrição: This paper explores the meaning and applicability of multilevel interventions and the role of ethnography in identifying intervention opportunities and accounting for research design limitations. It utilizes as a case example the data and experiences from a 6-year, NIMH-funded, intervention to prevent HIV/STI among married men in urban poor communities in Mumbai, India. The experiences generated by this project illustrate the need for multilevel interventions to include: (1) ethnographically driven formative research to delineate appropriate levels, stakeholders and collaborators; (2) identification of ways to link interventions to the local culture and community context; (3) the development of a model of intervention that is sufficiently flexible to be consistently applied to different intervention levels using comparable culturally congruent concepts and approaches; (4) mechanisms to involve community residents, community based organizations and community-based institutions; and (5) approaches...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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