Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on prevention of hiv and aids among gay men in new york Paper must be at least 1500 words. Please, no plagiarized work! The domains include psychomotor, cognitive, and affective behavioral change. Young adults under the age of twenty are even vulnerable than gay people above the age of thirty. This is because they may fear societal rejection because of their gay personality. This can then lead to the young adults missing out on information that could help them and protect them from HIV/AIDS.
In New York, the funds allocated for people with HIV/AIDS are not enough, and resources are not adequate. The people in charge of allocating the funds should comprehend how easy it is for HIV to spread among the gay population. Therefore, they should allocate enough funds to them so as to reduce the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the vulnerable group.
There has been researching carried out on the young men in New York under the age of thirty. It has been seen that the prevalence of HIV among the under thirty has risen to about 33% from 2001 to 2006. Therefore, the target group for the program will be gay men below the age of thirty years (Martin, 2002). This is because they require knowledge of why they should protect themselves from infection by having one partner. Again, they need knowledge about what they can do to guarantee that they have protection during sexual intercourse. This is by enlightening them on the importance of using condoms and supplying them with cheap effective condoms.
The film that will be used in the study is, ‘Only Human: HIV-Negative Gay Men in the AIDS Epidemic as it will give the audience the audiovisual experience of the HIV pandemic. This is because the characters in the film can relate better to the target population.
The behavioral goal statement of the program is that the gay population under the age of thirty will increase protection from HIV by using condoms and having one partner. This will be accomplished by December 2012. This is as the prediction of the observation of the gay population and data collected.