Differences in sexual risk behaviour between young men and women travelling abroad from the UK

@article{Bloor1998DifferencesIS,
  title={Differences in sexual risk behaviour between young men and women travelling abroad from the UK},
  author={M. Bloor and Michelle Thomas and K. Hood and D. Abeni and C. Goujon and D. Hausser and M. Hubert and D. Kleiber and J. Nieto},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1998},
  volume={352},
  pages={1664-1668}
}
BACKGROUND Identification of people who most frequently engage in sexual risk behaviour while travelling abroad would be useful for the design and targeting of health education and promotion campaigns. METHODS Eligible participants were people living in the UK aged 18-34 years who had travelled abroad without a partner in the previous 2 years. Respondents were first screened for eligibility as part of representative face-to-face and telephone surveys by a market research company. Eligible… Expand
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