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Paper Title: Knowledge and Attitude Survey on HIV/AIDS Among College Students of Jaipur, Rajasthan
Authors Name: MS JOSFEENA , MR MARUDHAR , Mrs PRIYADARSHINI , Ms MARFA BANO
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IJNRD_180267
Published Paper Id: IJNRD1905012
Published In: Volume 4 Issue 5, June-2019
Abstract: HIV/ AIDS are the most serious health issue in the world. The global epidemic ofHIV/AIDS is now rolling at a speedy rate among young people. College people are atgreat risk of HIV and AIDS infections. So, awareness is needed to control and preventthe transmission of HIV/AIDS. Objective -1.To determine the knowledgelevel of college students in Jaipur about HIV/AIDS 2. To support governmentstrategies for control HIV and AIDS. The survey was conducted on 100 studentsof Nims Nursing Collegein Jaipur city by a pre-structured questionnaire. All of therespondents have heard about the term HIV/AIDS. The majority of information weremedia (73%) and educational institute (22%).Majority of the students said that there isno treatment (60.10%) and vaccine (63%) available.According to most of respondents thedisease can be transmitted by unprotected sex (96%), mother to fetus (68%),sharinginfected needles or syringe (79%),blood transfusion (91%)andbreast feeding (62%).Some students had misconception about the transmission. About 26%students said it can be transmitted by mosquito bite.Regarding the knowledge about controland prevention most of them had better knowledge. Most participants had positive attitudetowards infected person. The study suggested that to reduce the misconception, and increaseawareness education and intervention programs are needed to increase the level of Knowledge and awareness of HIV/AIDS.
Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Knowledge, Attitude, College Student.
Cite Article: "Knowledge and Attitude Survey on HIV/AIDS Among College Students of Jaipur, Rajasthan", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org), ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.4, Issue 5, page no.83-86, June-2019, Available :http://www.ijnrd.org/papers/IJNRD1905012.pdf
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