Comfort Enah featured on NPR’s All Things Considered

Discussing building a role-playing game that simulates the challenges of modern teen life to help slow the HIV epidemic among adolescents in the rural South

Comfort Enah NewsAssistant Professor Comfort Enah was featured on NPR’s All Thing Considered discussing the interprofessional team she is leading to build a role-playing game that simulates the challenges of modern teen life—including social media shaming, drug and alcohol use and dating boundaries — all to slow the HIV epidemic among adolescents in the rural South. 

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