Justify your love: testing an online STI-risk communication intervention designed to promote condom use and STI-testing.

Abstract:

:The efficacy of a tailored, web-based intervention communicating the risks of sexually transmitted infections (STI) for heterosexual young adults was examined in a randomised, controlled trial. The main aims of the relationship-oriented intervention were to influence risk perceptions and to promote (maintenance of) condom use and STI-testing among young adults who reported being recently engaged in a heterosexual relationship. The intervention addressed risk perceptions, attitudes, normative beliefs, self-efficacy and skills related to condom use and STI-testing. Outcomes were compared immediately after the intervention (N = 171) and 3 months later (N = 115) to a non-tailored intervention group and to a control group. Cognitive and behavioural outcomes showed that the tailored intervention was efficacious in influencing perceived susceptibility to STI and STI-testing intentions immediately after the intervention, and in reducing rates of unprotected sex at 3 months.

journal_name

Psychol Health

journal_title

Psychology & health

authors

Mevissen FE,Ruiter RA,Meertens RM,Zimbile F,Schaalma HP

doi

10.1080/08870446.2011.531575

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-02-01 00:00:00

pages

205-21

issue

2

eissn

0887-0446

issn

1476-8321

pii

933399852

journal_volume

26

pub_type

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