Monograph Articles

Monograph Articles

Every two years, RCAP sponsors the publication of a special issue of The Health Education Monograph, published by Eta Sigma Gamma, the National Professional Health Education Honorary. The monographs feature research articles largely focusing on HIV/STD-related issues in rural areas. Monograph articles are posted below and copies of the monograph are available upon request.

Articles Published in 2011 RCAP Monograph

The Health Education Monograph
Published by Eta Sigma Gamma, National Professional Health Education Honorary Volume 28, Number 2, 2011

Rural HIV and STD prevention in challenging economic times
Susan Dreisbach

Condom and safer sex product availability among colleges and universities in rural settings
Scott M. Butler, Mikella Procopio, Kathlen Ragan, Barbara Funke & David R. Black

Will guys want the HPV vaccine? Correlates of acceptance for rural high school males
Tom Collins, Richard A. Crosby, Robin C. Vanderpool, Baretta R. Casey, Wallace Bates & Laurel Miles

The fan letters of Ryan White: A method of promoting prevention
C. Todd Cummings & Steve Gruenert

A review of theory-based HIV prevention interventions: 2000-2010
Alireza Geshnizjani, Mohammad R. Torabi & Kristen N. Joskowski

Rural young MSM's views of HIV prevention: A case study
Alexandra Marshall, Joshua G. Rosenberger & William L. Yarber

Rural and non-rural Indiana residents' opinion about condoms for HIV/STD prevention
William L. Yarber & Richard A. Crosby

Project Positive Power: A telephone-administered sexual risk-reduction intervention for HIV-seropositive rural persons
David Cosio & Timothy G. Heckman

IMsexED: Using contemporary social networking technology to reach men who have sex with men
Paul D. Jacobs

Comprehensive risk counseling services (CRCS) at HIV specialty clinics in New Hampshire
Leslie O'Neal

Native STAND (Students Together Against Negative Decisions): Evaluating a School-based Sexual Risk Reduction Intervention in Indian Boarding Schools
Mike U. Smith, Stephanie Craig Rushing & Native STAND Curriculum Development Group