Analysis of Improved Attitude of Youth in HIV / AIDS Prevention through the Provision of Health Education with Peer Education
Promiscuity in teenagers can back simplify the risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV and AIDS. This is because teens do not have the correct knowledge about reproductive health and sexuality. Information obtained usually comes from friends or the media, which is usually less or even inaccurate. The research objective was to understand the analysis of adolescent attitude increase in HIV / AIDS prevention through education Health Award by the method of peer education on teenagers in the town of Kediri, The research design is true experiment with approach Pre-test and post-test, Population study all teenagers Kediri, by simple random sampling of 320 respondents obtained samples. The results showed that most of the respondents have an attitude of prevention of HIV / AIDS before health education in the negative category, 100 respondents (62.5%) while the majority of respondents have an attitude of prevention of HIV / AIDS after health education in the positive category. 120 respondents (75,0%) and the majority of respondents have an attitude of prevention of HIV / AIDS first measurement in negative categories. H0 is rejected and H1 accepted which means there are the increased influence adolescent attitudes in the prevention of HIV/AIDS through education Health Award by the method of peer education on teenagers in Kediri. After health education peer education method respondents tend to have a better knowledge so that they can form a more positive attitude than before health education.