Do participant characteristics influence the effectiveness of behavioral interventions? Promoting condom use to women.

@article{Legardy2005DoPC,
  title={Do participant characteristics influence the effectiveness of behavioral interventions? Promoting condom use to women.},
  author={Jennifer K Legardy and Maurizio Macaluso and Lynn M Artz and Ilene K. Brill},
  journal={Sexually transmitted diseases},
  year={2005},
  volume={32 11},
  pages={665-71}
}
OBJECTIVES This study assessed whether participant baseline characteristics modified the effects of a skill-based intervention promoting condom use. STUDY The randomized, controlled trial enrolled 427 women from a sexually transmitted disease clinic in Birmingham, Alabama. The main outcome measures: consistent (100%) and problem-free (correct, no breakage or slippage) condom use were verified by sexual diary self-report and contraceptive product counts. RESULTS The enhanced intervention… CONTINUE READING

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