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contributing to inconsistent condom use among heterosexual men in curaçao. far as the authors are aware, this is the first controlled trial testing the efficacy of an intervention to increase condom use intentions and behaviour through changing chlamydia risk appraisals. measures will be: demographic information (age, date of birth, gender, and ethnicity), perceived likelihood, perceived severity, response efficacy, self-efficacy, past behaviour, and intention to use condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners for whom sti status is unknown. study protocol presents the design of a cluster randomised controlled trial testing the efficacy of a sre lesson intervention to increase young adults’ condom use intention and behaviour through enhancing chlamydia risk and coping appraisals. the lesson conveys the effectiveness of using condoms in preventing infection, and provides guidance on how to resist pressure to have unwanted sex, negotiate condom use, and correctly use condoms. as far as the authors are aware, this is the first controlled trial testing the efficacy of an intervention to increase condom use intentions and behaviour through modifying chlamydia risk appraisals, and one of few studies to accurately test the motivational hypothesis in the context of precautionary sexual behaviour.

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follow-up, three months post delivery, measures of intention and use of condoms (during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners for whom sti status is unknown) will be taken (see additional file 1). the proposed study aims to examine the efficacy of an intervention to increase condom use intentions and behaviour amongst young people through changing chlamydia risk and coping appraisals. if the intervention is effective in changing condom use intentions or behaviour, then it can be recommended for widespread distribution within schools. contributing to inconsistent condom use among heterosexual men in curaçao. of covariance (ancova) will be performed to examine differences in condom use intentions (at time two and at follow-up), and behaviour. the primary outcome measure is intention to use condoms with casual sexual partners.

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the lesson effective in increasing young people’s condom use during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners? young adults’ condom use intentions and behaviour through changing chlamydia risk and coping appraisals: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of efficacykatie v newby1email author, david p french2, katherine e brown1 and donna m lecky3bmc public health201313:528doi: 10. questionnaire items will be piloted with approximately five young people prior to use to assess ease of comprehension and the suitability of language. test-retest reliability analyses and validation of self-reports against reports from sexual partners suggest however that, despite the potential for biased reporting, self-report measures of condom use do have satisfactory reliability and validity [29–31]. the lesson is effective, are changes in young people’s condom use intentions or behaviour due to changes in their chlamydia risk appraisals (perceived likelihood and severity) and/or coping appraisals (condom use response efficacy and self-efficacy)? the intervention is effective in increasing risk appraisal, response efficacy or self-efficacy, this study will provide important information about which behaviour change techniques can be used to bring about favourable changes in these behavioural determinants for precautionary sexual behaviour.

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the primary outcome measure is intention to use condoms with casual sexual partners. of covariance (ancova) will be performed to examine differences in condom use intentions (at time two and at follow-up), and behaviour. we hypothesise that there will be an increase in condom use intentions following delivery of the chlamydia lesson. of condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners over two months post delivery. at the two month follow-up, we hypothesise that there will be a higher rate of condom use during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners amongst sexually experienced participants in the intervention group compared with the control group. intention to treat analysis will be used so that data is used regardless of whether pupils are present or absent during the sti and chlamydia lessons in either of the intervention arms, and means are imputed for pupils with missing post-delivery and/or follow-up data.

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/designa two-arm cluster randomised controlled trial (rct) using a waiting-list control will be used to test the efficacy of an intervention to increase young adults’ intentions to use condoms and actual use of condoms with casual sexual partners compared to a control group (see figure 1). at two months, we will also measure condom use intentions to see whether any increases have been maintained over time. pagesfactors contributing to inconsistent condom use among heterosexual men in curaçao. change techniques (bcts) used to deliver the lesson are:Information about health consequences. the lesson is effective in increasing condom use intentions, mediation analysis [28] will be conducted to identify whether changes in risk appraisals and/or coping appraisals are responsible for this change. the icc for intention to use condoms between schools is not known but an estimate of 0.

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clearly the use of self-reported condom use is unavoidable given the sensitive and private context of the behaviour. to use condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners over the next two months. contributing to inconsistent condom use among heterosexual men in curaçao. we hypothesise that there will be an increase in condom use intentions following delivery of the chlamydia lesson. we hypothesise any effects of the intervention on condom use intentions or behaviour will be mediated by risk appraisals and/or coping appraisals. to use condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners over the next two months.

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intention to treat analysis will be used so that data is used regardless of whether pupils are present or absent during the sti and chlamydia lessons in either of the intervention arms, and means are imputed for pupils with missing post-delivery and/or follow-up data. the intervention is effective in increasing risk appraisal, response efficacy or self-efficacy, this study will provide important information about which behaviour change techniques can be used to bring about favourable changes in these behavioural determinants for precautionary sexual behaviour. follow-up, three months post delivery, measures of intention and use of condoms (during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners for whom sti status is unknown) will be taken (see additional file 1). it also has the potential for use within alternative contexts such as by the national chlamydia screening programme (ncsp) to encourage uptake of screening invitations. the lesson effective in increasing young people’s intentions to use condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners? the lesson effective in increasing young people’s intentions to use condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners?

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if the intervention is effective in changing condom use intentions or behaviour, then it can be recommended for widespread distribution within schools. study protocol presents the design of a cluster randomised controlled trial testing the efficacy of a sre lesson intervention to increase young adults’ condom use intention and behaviour through enhancing chlamydia risk and coping appraisals. the lesson is effective in increasing condom use intentions, mediation analysis [28] will be conducted to identify whether changes in risk appraisals and/or coping appraisals are responsible for this change. clearly the use of self-reported condom use is unavoidable given the sensitive and private context of the behaviour. as far as the authors are aware, this is the first controlled trial testing the efficacy of an intervention to increase condom use intentions and behaviour through modifying chlamydia risk appraisals, and one of few studies to accurately test the motivational hypothesis in the context of precautionary sexual behaviour. avoid contamination, we will use cluster randomisation using schools as the randomisation unit.

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of condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners over two months post delivery. we hypothesise any effects of the intervention on condom use intentions or behaviour will be mediated by risk appraisals and/or coping appraisals. avoid contamination, we will use cluster randomisation using schools as the randomisation unit.-efficacy for using condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners over the next two months. young adults’ condom use intentions and behaviour through changing chlamydia risk and coping appraisals: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial of efficacykatie v newby1email author, david p french2, katherine e brown1 and donna m lecky3bmc public health201313:528doi: 10. contributing to inconsistent condom use among heterosexual men in curaçao.

questionnaire items will be piloted with approximately five young people prior to use to assess ease of comprehension and the suitability of language./designa two-arm cluster randomised controlled trial (rct) using a waiting-list control will be used to test the efficacy of an intervention to increase young adults’ intentions to use condoms and actual use of condoms with casual sexual partners compared to a control group (see figure 1). it also has the potential for use within alternative contexts such as by the national chlamydia screening programme (ncsp) to encourage uptake of screening invitations.-efficacy for using condoms during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners over the next two months. the lesson conveys the effectiveness of using condoms in preventing infection, and provides guidance on how to resist pressure to have unwanted sex, negotiate condom use, and correctly use condoms. at the two month follow-up, we hypothesise that there will be a higher rate of condom use during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners amongst sexually experienced participants in the intervention group compared with the control group.

the proposed study aims to examine the efficacy of an intervention to increase condom use intentions and behaviour amongst young people through changing chlamydia risk and coping appraisals. far as the authors are aware, this is the first controlled trial testing the efficacy of an intervention to increase condom use intentions and behaviour through changing chlamydia risk appraisals. the lesson effective in increasing young people’s condom use during vaginal sex with casual sexual partners? test-retest reliability analyses and validation of self-reports against reports from sexual partners suggest however that, despite the potential for biased reporting, self-report measures of condom use do have satisfactory reliability and validity [29–31]. at two months, we will also measure condom use intentions to see whether any increases have been maintained over time. pagesfactors contributing to inconsistent condom use among heterosexual men in curaçao.

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