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EHM engages adolescent boys from disadvantaged neighborhoods in the Pittsburgh region at participating youth-serving agencies. Agencies are randomized to one of two curriculums. The Manhood 2.0 curriculum teaches about respect, nonviolence, and healthy sexuality, and the Job Skills curriculum teaches skills needed to obtain and maintain employment status. Importantly, the facilitators of EHM curriculums are stakeholder-identified men from the communities where the program is taking place. We work closely with community partners to establish sustainable connections that will allow the program to be ongoing once the research aspect is complete.
Males age 13-19 recruited from participating youth-serving agencies in the Pittsburgh region.
Participants will attend a 6-9 session program totaling 18 hours. Participants will complete 4 surveys and 6-9 feedback forms. Surveys will take place at the beginning of the first session, the end of the last session, 3 months from the end of the last session, and 9 months from the end of the last session. Feedback forms will be filled out at the end of each session.
Center for Disease Control
Adolescent Medicine Research
Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD
Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD: 412-692-8504; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Zelazny: 412-692-6359; email@example.com
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Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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