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Title: Knowledge of King Saud University male Student in Riyadh City about Acquired immune Deficiency syndrome (AIDS)
Authors: Abd el Atty Moawed, Salma.
Mohamed Abdel Dayem, Samia.
Keywords: AIDS, Knowledge
Issue Date: 1991
Citation: Tanta Medical Journal, Volume 19, Number 1, June: 145:163
Abstract: The objective of the study is to identify King Saud University male students’ knowledge about AIDS. 300 Saudi students participated in the study. Data was collected through a questionnaire after testing its validity. The study revealed that students’ knowledge about AIDS in general was inadequate with a mean score of 23 ± 5.53. 80% of the students did not know any of AIDS modes of transmission, while 66.67% did not know any if the signs and symptoms of AIDS. Student’s level of education at King Saud University had a significant effect on their knowledge, while their marital status played no significant relation to knowledge about AIDS. Implications of the finding were discussed and recommendations were proposed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/18006
ISSN: 1110-1415
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