These four areas suggest that YGBM living with HIV demonstrate resilience across multiple dimensions, including those focused on both intrapersonal-level resilience related to individual cognitions and behaviors i. Responding to the support needs of HIV positive lesbian, gay and bisexual youth. Therefore, youth from more rural or suburban communities may not have been represented. Find articles by M. This process involved a re-examination of the results of all the preceding analyses and additional exploration of the transcripts for narratives that either specifically stated or suggested temporal ordering of the first occurrences of the four primary types of resilience. Content codes were then created collaboratively by the data analysis team to capture the experiences described by participants, and a codebook was created which included operational definitions of all codes. The phenomenological analytic framework allowed for indigenous concepts and typologies to emerge from the participants' descriptions of their own resilience-based experiences.
Thus, interventions may provide youth with skills related to public speaking, prevention intervention delivery, and advocacy, as well as resources for how to engage with organizations that provide HIV-related services for youth.
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J Pediatr Oncol Nursing ; Sexual risk behavior and risk reduction beliefs among HIV-positive young men who have sex with men. Predictors of sexual transmission risk behaviors among HIV-positive young men. Risk among young gay and bisexual men living with HIV. Findings from this study provide rich data for the development of future strengths-based interventions focused on promoting the health and well-being of YGBM living with HIV.
Shirts worn at all times, including periods of sleep. One exception was marijuana use, with some participants viewing marijuana as not having the same level of toxicity on their body as alcohol and other drugs. Adjustment in children with chronic physical disorders: Child Develop ; Thus participants were first asked to define their various identities e.