Behavioral Research Among Egyptian University Students 1996. 1996
  The main objective of this study was to determine knowledge attitudes and beliefs about HIV/STDs among university students ages (18-24) in Greater Cairo, assess risk perception for HIV/STDs, examine underlying factors or motivations for behaviors which place them at risk, and identify strategies that influence behavioral changes. Four universities were selected for this study: Cairo, Ain Shams, El-Azhar and the American University in Cairo. This study was conducted during 1996, through utilizing both qualitative and quantitative methods to obtain data. The first stage of this study utilized 6 Focus Group Discussions, three with female students, and three with male students. A report on this stage was already available and the data collected from this initial phase was used in developing the questionnaire that was used in the second stage of the project. The quantitative phase was completed by November of 1996 and a detailed report was available. The study was implemented under the auspices of Family Health International (FHI).  
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