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  1. Vincent ML, Clearie AF, Schluchter MD. Reducing adolescent pregnancy through school and community-based education. JAMA 1987; 257:3382-3386.
  2. Koo HP, Dunteman GH, George C et al. Reducing adolescent pregnancy through a school- and community-based intervention: Denmark, South Carolina, revisited. Family Planning Perspectives 1994; 26:206-211+.
  3. Paine-Andrews A, Harris KJ, Fisher JL et al. Effects of a replication of a multicomponent model for preventing adolescent pregnancy in three Kansas communities. Family Planning Perspectives 1999; 31:182-189.
  4. Zabin LS, Hirsch MB, Smith EA et al. Evaluation of a pregnancy prevention program for urban teenagers. Family Planning Perspectives 1986; 18:119-126.
  5. Frost JJ, Forrest JD. Understanding the impact of effective teenage pregnancy prevention programs. Family Planning Perspectives 1995; 27:188-195.
  6. Philliber S, Williams Kaye J, Herrling S et al. Preventing pregnancy and improving health care access among teenagers: an evaluation of the Children's Aid Society—Carrera Program. Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health 2002; 34:244-251.
  7. DiClemente RJ, Wingood GM, Harrington KF et al. Efficacy of an HIV prevention intervention for African American adolescent girls: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 2004; 292:171-179.
  8. Cabezón C, Vigil P, Rojas I et al. Adolescent pregnancy prevention: an abstinence-centered randomized controlled intervention in a Chilean public high school. Journal of Adolescent Health 2005; 36:64-69.
  9. Winter L, Breckenmaker LC. Tailoring family planning services to the special needs of adolescents. Family Planning Perspectives 1991; 23:24-30.
  10. Jemmott BJ, Jemmott LS, Braverman PK et al. HIV/STD risk reduction interventions for African American and Latino adolescent girls at an adolescent medicine clinic. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 2005; 159:440-449.
  11. Shain RN, Piper JM, Newton ER et al. A randomized controlled trial of a behavioral intervention to prevent sexually transmitted diseases among minority women. New England Journal of Medicine 1999; 340(2):93-100.
  12. Shain RN, Piper JM, Holden AEC et al. Prevention of gonorrhea and chlamydia through behavioral intervention: results of a two-year controlled randomized trial in minority women. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2004; 31(7):401-408.
  13. Shain RN, Perdue ST, Piper JM et al. Behaviors changed by intervention are associated with reduced STD recurrence: the importance of context in measurement. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2002; 29:520-529.
  14. Korte JE, Shain RN, Holden AEC et al. Reduction in sexual risk behaviors and infection rates among African Americans and Mexican Americans. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2004; 31:166-173.
Written by Sue Alford, MLS and Barbara Huberman RN, Med.

 

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  1. Vincent ML, Clearie AF, Schluchter MD. Reducing adolescent pregnancy through school and community-based education. JAMA 1987; 257:3382-3386.
  2. Koo HP, Dunteman GH, George C et al. Reducing adolescent pregnancy through a school- and community-based intervention: Denmark, South Carolina, revisited. Family Planning Perspectives 1994; 26:206-211+.
  3. Paine-Andrews A, Harris KJ, Fisher JL et al. Effects of a replication of a multicomponent model for preventing adolescent pregnancy in three Kansas communities. Family Planning Perspectives 1999; 31:182-189.
  4. Zabin LS, Hirsch MB, Smith EA et al. Evaluation of a pregnancy prevention program for urban teenagers. Family Planning Perspectives 1986; 18:119-126.
  5. Frost JJ, Forrest JD. Understanding the impact of effective teenage pregnancy prevention programs. Family Planning Perspectives 1995; 27:188-195.
  6. Philliber S, Williams Kaye J, Herrling S et al. Preventing pregnancy and improving health care access among teenagers: an evaluation of the Children's Aid Society—Carrera Program. Perspectives on Sexual & Reproductive Health 2002; 34:244-251.
  7. DiClemente RJ, Wingood GM, Harrington KF et al. Efficacy of an HIV prevention intervention for African American adolescent girls: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 2004; 292:171-179.
  8. Cabezón C, Vigil P, Rojas I et al. Adolescent pregnancy prevention: an abstinence-centered randomized controlled intervention in a Chilean public high school. Journal of Adolescent Health 2005; 36:64-69.
  9. Winter L, Breckenmaker LC. Tailoring family planning services to the special needs of adolescents. Family Planning Perspectives 1991; 23:24-30.
  10. Jemmott BJ, Jemmott LS, Braverman PK et al. HIV/STD risk reduction interventions for African American and Latino adolescent girls at an adolescent medicine clinic. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 2005; 159:440-449.
  11. Shain RN, Piper JM, Newton ER et al. A randomized controlled trial of a behavioral intervention to prevent sexually transmitted diseases among minority women. New England Journal of Medicine 1999; 340(2):93-100.
  12. Shain RN, Piper JM, Holden AEC et al. Prevention of gonorrhea and chlamydia through behavioral intervention: results of a two-year controlled randomized trial in minority women. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2004; 31(7):401-408.
  13. Shain RN, Perdue ST, Piper JM et al. Behaviors changed by intervention are associated with reduced STD recurrence: the importance of context in measurement. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2002; 29:520-529.
  14. Korte JE, Shain RN, Holden AEC et al. Reduction in sexual risk behaviors and infection rates among African Americans and Mexican Americans. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2004; 31:166-173.
Written by Sue Alford, MLS and Barbara Huberman RN, Med.

 
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