Does measured behavior reflect STD risk? An analysis of data from a randomized controlled behavioral intervention study. Project RESPECT Study Group.

@article{Peterman2000DoesMB,
  title={Does measured behavior reflect STD risk? An analysis of data from a randomized controlled behavioral intervention study. Project RESPECT Study Group.},
  author={Thomas A. Peterman and Lillian S. Lin and Daniel R Newman and Mary L Kamb and GailA. Bolan and Jonathan M. Zenilman and John M. Douglas and Judy Rogers and Charles K Malotte},
  journal={Sexually transmitted diseases},
  year={2000},
  volume={27 8},
  pages={
          446-51
        }
}
BACKGROUND Many studies measure sex behavior to determine the efficacy of sexually transmitted disease (STD)/HIV prevention interventions. GOAL To determine how well measured behavior reflects STD incidence. STUDY DESIGN Data from a trial (Project RESPECT) were analyzed to compare behavior and incidence of STD (gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV) during two 6-month intervals. RESULTS A total of 2879 persons had 5062 six-monthly STD exams and interviews; 8.9% had a new STD in 6 months… CONTINUE READING
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