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A study of AIDS risk-behaviour knowledge among therapeutic recreation specialists in New York State

, : A study of AIDS risk-behaviour knowledge among therapeutic recreation specialists in New York State. Therapeutic Recreation Journal 26(4): 55-60

The purpose of the study was to determine the AIDS risk-behaviour knowledge of therapeutic recreation specialists attending a state-wide therapeutic recreation forum in New York state, USA. Eighty-two professionals completed the AIDS Risk Behaviour Knowledge Test and correctly answered 89% of the questions, with a mean score of 35.67 (SD = 2.38) on the 40-item test.


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