One Night Stan: Feasibility Study of an HIV Prevention and Sexual Risk Reduction Social Card Game for Young Black Women.

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Summary of "One Night Stan: Feasibility Study of an HIV Prevention and Sexual Risk Reduction Social Card Game for Young Black Women."

To develop and test the feasibility and preliminary impact of the social card game prototype, One Night Stan, a theory-driven and evidence-based human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention intervention for young black women.


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Name: Games for health journal
ISSN: 2161-7856
Pages: 112-120


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