Dec 13, 2017 – Dec 14, 2017 | Liverpool, England
Cleo Protogerou will present findings from her SSMART project “Integrated Theoretical Model of Condom Use for Young People in Sub-Saharan Africa” at the 13th Annual UK Society for Behavioural Medicine in Liverpool, England.
Abstract: Cleo Protogerou, Martin Hagger, and Blair Johnson conduct a meta-analysis of the effects of attitudes, norms, and perceived risks of non-use on condom use in youth populations in Sub-Saharan Africa. Their findings show direct and positive effects of attitudes, norms, and perceived control and risk on condom use intentions and of intention and control on use, as well as negative effects of perceived barriers on use. The framework they developed can be used to inform condom promotion interventions. A pre-print can be found on BITSS Pre-Prints here. Materials from this project can be found on the OSF here.