Table 4

Sexual and health related behaviours by categories of exposure to the MYPC campaign (Mantel-Haenszel Linear Association, χ2)
No MYPC exposure (N = 304, 39.9%) Low MYPC exposure (N = 146, 19.2%) Mid MYPC exposure (N = 175, 23.0%) High MYPC exposure (N = 137, 18.0%)
N (row%) N (row%) N (row%) N (row%) χ2 p
Number of UAI partners in previous year 0.63 .428
0 157 (40.2) 82 (21.0) 87 (22.3) 65 (16.6)
1 98 (40.7) 40 (16.6) 56 (23.2) 47 (19.5)
≥2 41 (36.9) 22 (19.8) 29 (26.1) 19 (17.9)
AI/UAI risk a 0.28 .596
No AI or UAI partners in previous year 53 (39.6) 35 (26.1) 24 (17.9) 22 (16.4)
≥1 AI partners, no UAI partners 96 (39.8) 44 (18.3) 60 (24.9) 41 (17.0)
≥1 UAI partners, no additional risk factors 36 (33.3) 18 (16.7) 28 (25.9)) 26 (24.1)
≥1 UAI partners, ≥1 additional risk factors 97 (41.5) 41 (17.5) 56 (23.9) 40 (17.1)
Use of lubricant with anal intercourse in previous year 5.97 .015
Water- or silicone-based lubricant only 157 (35.4) 88 (19.8) 115 (25.9) 84 (18.9)
Any other practice 82 (50.9) 20 (12.4) 32 (19.9) 27 (16.8)
HIV testing 17.36 <.001
< 6 months previously 99 (33.6) 44 (14.9) 83 (28.1) 69 (23.4)
> 6 months previously or never 199 (43.5) 100 (21.9) 91 (19.9) 67 (14.7)
STI testing 6.83 .009
< 6 months previously 97 (36.2) 40 (14.9) 68 (25.4) 63 (23.5)
> 6 months previously or never 188 (40.5) 100 (21.6) 103 (22.2) 73 (15.7)
Intention to have HIV test in following 6 months 4.84 .028
Strongly agree/Agree 179 (38.4) 75 (16.1) 119 (25.5) 93 (20.0)
Uncertain/Disagree/Strongly Disagree 108 (42.0) 61 (23.7) 49 (19.1) 39 (15.2)

Notes. Numbers vary in line with missing data.

a Risk factors: whether any UAI partners had been casual, whether the HIV status of these partners was known, and whether any had been HIV positive.

Flowers et al.

Flowers et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:737   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-737

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