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Students' attitudes to science in urban and rural schools in Trinidad and Tobago
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2007)
This study is a pilot project that attempts to analyse, on a small scale, students' attitudes towards science in two different localities--one urban and one rural--in Trinidad and Tobago. Though the sample was small, the ...
The Perspectives of Four Female Students on Their Violent Behaviour, at a Secondary School in St. George East Educational District, Trinidad
Employing a qualitative case study design, this study investigated the perspectives of four female students who were perpetrators of violent behaviour at a secondary school in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were collected ...
Stigma and discrimination: Investigating final year student nurses [sic] attitudes and perceptions of people living with HIV in Guyana
Employing both quantitative and qualitative approaches, this study sought to determine whether stigma and discrimination exist among health care professionals in Guyana. Data were collected through a questionnaire administered ...
Knowledge, attitude and behaviour regarding hepatitis C virus infection amongst Brazilian dental students
Aim: Dental health professionals, including dental students, are at high risk of exposure to infection with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) through occupational percutaneous injuries and eye exposure. Further, fear of HCV ...