These findings and similar findings Colfax et al. Street Outreach Sidewalks, street corners, college campuses, the beach, parks. These events provided opportunities to reach potential participants and build positive relationships with the barbers themselves. Using a content analysis of more than articles written between andsociologist Richard N. Details of the focus group findings can be found elsewhere [ 4041 ] and further information on the intervention development and content can be found in Williams et al. However, future research is needed as our data don't allow for conclusions about the causal pathways of this relationship. Centers for Disease C and Prevention.
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