The objectives of the survey were to assist in the development of education programmes aimed at preventing the spread of HIV infection and to provide an understanding of public attitudes on the public policy issues raised by the AIDS epidemic. Topic areas include Canadian adults' level of knowledge about AIDS, behaviours involving risk of HIV infection including sexual practices, and policy-related attitudes.
York University. Institute for Social Research
Random-digit dialling (RDD). Representative sample of Canadians eighteen years of age and over
Federal Centre for AIDS & Health and Welfare Canada. National Health Research and Development Programme
- AIDS: knowledge, attitudes and behaviour. York University. Institute for Social Research. Newsletter 5(1):1-5, February 1990
- Ornstein, Michael D. AIDS in Canada: knowledge, behaviour, and attitudes of adults. North York, Ont.: Institute for Social Research, York University, 1989
York University. Insitute for Social Research. AIDS: knowledge, attitudes and behaviour,  [computer file]. North York, Ont.: York University. Institute for Social Research [producer and distributor], 1991-04-30
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