List of publications on a keyword: «STIs»
[19.00.00] Психологические науки
Burina Ekaterina Aleksandrovna , старший преподаватель
FSBEI of HE "Saint-Petersburg State University" , Санкт-Петербург г
«Self-assessment of HIV-infection risk in women of childbearing age»
This article presents the results of a pilot research aimed at studying HIV infection risk self-assessment in women of childbearing age. The study involved 50 women. All ethical aspects in conducting studies involving human subjects were observed. According to the study design, a semi-structured interview was conducted with each participant. The interview was aimed at studying the socio-demographic characteristics of childbearing age women, their knowledge of HIV infection and ways of transmission, contraception use, and preventive measures. The data obtained during the study showed that the vast majority of women have the correct knowledge of HIV infection. For all women of childbearing age, it is important not to become infected with HIV. However, most women, including those who are at risk of HIV, do not use barrier contraception methods. Women of childbearing age who were at real HIV infection risk were also identified. Those women subjectively do not consider themselves at any risk.
Современные педагогические технологии
FSBEI of HPE "Tyumen State University" , Тюменская обл
«Creating stimulus materials for scientific research in application builder NeoBook»
Applying experimental methods in social and humanitarian sciences is complicated both because of specifics of the research subject (activeness and development of psychic and cultural reality) and because of researchers' not-awareness about the possibilities of modern IT which support controlling necessary variables. In this paper we suggest an instrument used in Tyumen State University for several years - NeoBook - rapid application builder. It can be used by not programmers for developing software for constitutive and forming research. On the example of the investigation of visual perception with the help of programmed tachistiscope we demonstrate effective and easy way to provide experimental research with stimulus material. Following the instructions in the article everyone can create programmed tachistiscope even if it is your first experience of programming in NeoBook.