Reproductive health and the condom dilemma : identifying situational barriers to HIV protection in South Africa

  title={Reproductive health and the condom dilemma : identifying situational barriers to HIV protection in South Africa},
  author={E Preston-whyte},
This chapter explores common social and cultural barriers to condom use, and in general to adopting protective behaviour against HIV infection. The social situations touched by HIV are many and complex, and each may require different and often apparently conflicting behavioural decisions. Situations and choices may change with time and affect individuals differently as they move through life. Health care workers should recognize and be sympathetic to the above, and design intervention programs… CONTINUE READING


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