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1. Why don't urban youth in Zambia use condoms? The influence of gender and marriage on non-use of male condoms among young adults. (PubMed)

Why don't urban youth in Zambia use condoms? The influence of gender and marriage on non-use of male condoms among young adults. Zambia experiences high unmet need for family planning and high rates of HIV, particularly among youth. While male condoms are widely available and 95% of adults have heard of them, self-reported use in the past 12 months is low among young adults (45%). This study describes factors associated with non-use of male condoms among urban young adults in Zambia.A household (...) cross-sectional survey in four urban districts was conducted from November 2015 to January 2016 among sexually active young adults ages 18-24 years. A random walk strategy was implemented in urban areas; eligible, enrolled participants were administered a survey on household characteristics, health access, and knowledge, attitudes and practices related to contraception. Relative risk regression models were built to determine factors associated with the decision to not use a male condom (non-use

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2017 PLoS ONE

2. Poor quality male latex condoms found in Dominican Republic: Quality assurance evaluation and public health impact. (PubMed)

Poor quality male latex condoms found in Dominican Republic: Quality assurance evaluation and public health impact. Male condoms are important to prevent transmission of HIV (and other STIs) and unwanted pregnancies. Research was conducted to evaluate the quality of male condoms available in the Dominican Republic market based on preliminary concerns of suspect product. Based on international testing standards (ISO 4074 and ASTM D 3492-08), condoms were sampled across ten prominent brands (...) were compliant for the other tests, but were found to have the same challenges with labeling violations as the previous five brands. Two brands were found to be fully compliant with all aspects of the evaluation. The level of defects observed in these samples would greatly increase the risk of HIV transmission (and other STIs) and unwanted pregnancies. When projected on the annual market of male condoms sold in the Dominican Republic (~26 million), potentially over 1 million condoms could

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2019 PLoS ONE

3. ‘It’s not good to eat a candy in a wrapper’: male students’ perspectives on condom use and concurrent sexual partnerships in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (PubMed)

‘It’s not good to eat a candy in a wrapper’: male students’ perspectives on condom use and concurrent sexual partnerships in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo This paper reports on fieldwork carried out in 2011 with aim to investigate young men's perspectives about condoms use, concurrent sexual partnerships and sex in the context of HIV/AIDS. This study employed a qualitative approach to collect data from 28 boys aged 16-20 from two urban and two rural high schools in South Kivu (...) province. Four focus group discussions and 20 individual interviews were conducted among them. The findings showed that most students identified condoms as unsafe and untrustworthy. Reasons given for the mistrust of condoms were related to the belief that condoms do not give enough protection from Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV and pregnancies. Most participants believe that condoms have a 'small hole' or are unreliable and are therefore not effective in prevention. They also mentioned

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2018 SAHARA J : journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance

4. Correlation between knowledge on transmission and prevention of HIV/STI and proficiency in condom use among male migrants from Africa and Middle East evaluated by a Condom Use Skills score using a wooden penile model (PubMed)

Correlation between knowledge on transmission and prevention of HIV/STI and proficiency in condom use among male migrants from Africa and Middle East evaluated by a Condom Use Skills score using a wooden penile model Migrants in Italy are prevalently young adults, with a higher risk of sexual transmitted infections (STI) and HIV infection. Promoting consistent as well as correct use of condoms could reduce failure rate due to their improper use. The aim of our study was to evaluate Condom Use (...) Skills among a migrant population recently landed in Italy, hosted in a government center for asylum seekers.The study sample was composed of 80 male migrants. Sanitary trained interviewers submitted a questionnaire to participants to investigate age, provenience, marital status, educational level and knowledge about transmission and prevention of HIV/STI. Then, we assessed participants' level of condom use skill with the Condom Use Skills (CUS) measure by using a wooden penile model. The interviewer

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2017 BMC research notes

5. How to sell a condom? The impact of demand creation tools on male and female condom sales in resource limited settings. (PubMed)

How to sell a condom? The impact of demand creation tools on male and female condom sales in resource limited settings. Despite condoms being cheap and effective in preventing HIV, there remains an 8billion shortfall in condom use in risky sex-acts. Social marketing organisations apply private sector marketing approaches to sell public health products. This paper investigates the impact of marketing tools, including promotion and pricing, on demand for male and female condoms in 52 countries (...) between 1997 and 2009. A static model differentiates drivers of demand between products, while a dynamic panel data estimator estimates their short- and long-run impacts. Products are not equally affected: female condoms are not affected by advertising, but highly affected by interpersonal communication and HIV prevalence. Price and promotion have significant short- and long-run effects, with female condoms far more sensitive to price than male condoms. The design of optimal distribution strategies

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2016 Journal of health economics

6. Feasibility and Preliminary Effectiveness of the Homework Intervention Strategy (eHIS) Program to Enhance Male Condom Use: Research Protocol (PubMed)

Feasibility and Preliminary Effectiveness of the Homework Intervention Strategy (eHIS) Program to Enhance Male Condom Use: Research Protocol Although condoms are effective in reducing the risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancy, they are still often not used consistently and correctly. Negative impact on sensation and pleasure, ruining the mood, causing problems with maintaining erection, and condom slippage or breakage are some of the reasons given by men (...) explaining why they do not want to use condoms. Although many interventions promoting condom use exist, some of them delivered online are complex and time- and resource-intensive. The Homework Intervention Strategy (eHIS) program, adapted from the existing face-to-face Kinsey Institute Homework Intervention Strategy (KIHIS) program, aims to address these issues by encouraging men to focus on sensation and pleasure when trying different types of condoms and lubricants in a low-pressure situation

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2018 JMIR Research Protocols

7. Perceptions of Determinants of Condom Use Behaviors Among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in Indonesia: A Qualitative Inquiry (PubMed)

Perceptions of Determinants of Condom Use Behaviors Among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in Indonesia: A Qualitative Inquiry This study aimed to explore perceived determinants of condom use behaviors among male clients of female commercial sex workers (FCSWs) in Belu and Malaka districts, Indonesia. One-on-one in-depth interviews guided by the Health Belief Model (HBM) were used to collect the data from participants ( n = 42). The Framework analysis for qualitative data was employed (...) to analyze the data. Results demonstrated several factors associated with lack of and inconsistent condom use among the participants. They included self-perceived risk of contracting HIV infection, knowledge of the severity of HIV illness and its impacts, and condom use: its benefits and its influencing factors. Additionally, factors including reduced sexual pleasure and the lack of knowledge of how and where to access condoms were important perceived barriers to condom use among participants. Having

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2018 American journal of men's health

8. The Association Between Male Circumcision and Condom Use Behavior - a Meta-Analysis (PubMed)

The Association Between Male Circumcision and Condom Use Behavior - a Meta-Analysis The protective benefit of male circumcision against spreading HIV is well established.The objective of this Meta-analysis was to investigate behavioral risk compensation measured as the change in condom use behavior in light of knowledge of the benefits of circumcision.A systematic search was conducted from 6 bibliographic databases for studies that quantitatively assessed a link between male circumcision (...) and condom use behavior. Pooled odd ratios (OR) of condom use during any sexual activity were generated from three cohort studies and two Randomized Control Trails (RCT) that were included in the review.The pooled effects from cohort and RCTs were not statistically significant at 6 months follow-up (OR=0.91, 95% CI: 0.57-1.45), at 12 months (OR=1.08, 95% CI=0.87-1.34) and 24 or more months (OR=1.11, 95% CI: 0.85, 1.45).Male circumcision does not influence condom use behavior in the medium and short term.

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2018 Materia socio-medica

9. Condom Use at Last Sexual Intercourse and Its Correlates among Males and Females Aged 15–49 Years in Nepal (PubMed)

Condom Use at Last Sexual Intercourse and Its Correlates among Males and Females Aged 15–49 Years in Nepal This study aimed to assess the prevalence and correlates of condom use at last sexual intercourse among people aged 15-49 years in Nepal. Secondary data analysis was performed using the Nepal Demographic and Health Survey 2011. The study was restricted to the respondents who reported ever having had sexual intercourse; 9843 females and 3017 males were included. Condom use was assessed (...) by asking if respondents used condoms in their most recent sexual intercourse. Chi-square test and multivariate logistic regression analysis were performed using Complex Sample Analysis Procedure to adjust for sample weight and multistage sampling design. Overall, 7.6% of total, and 16.3% of males and 6.2% of females reported using condoms in their last sexual intercourse. Living in Far-Western region, age and wealth quintile were positively associated with condom use in both males and females. Being

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2018 International journal of environmental research and public health

10. Predictors of male condom use among sexually active heterosexual young women in South Africa, 2012. (PubMed)

Predictors of male condom use among sexually active heterosexual young women in South Africa, 2012. In South Africa, young women are at disproportionate risk of HIV infection with about 2363 new infections per week in 2015. Proper condom use is one of the most effective HIV/AIDS prevention strategies among sexually active persons. Understanding factors associated with male condom use in this key population group is important to curb the spread of HIV. This study determined practices (...) and predictors of male condom use among sexually active young women in South Africa.The 2012 National HIV Communication Survey measured the extent of exposure to communication activities for HIV prevention among men and women aged 16-55 years in South Africa. We performed a secondary data analysis on a subset of this survey, focussing on 1031 women aged 16-24 years who reported having had sex in the past 12 months. We determined predictors of male condom use using the unconditional multivariable logistic

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2018 BMC Public Health

11. Condom use social norms and self-efficacy with different kinds of male partners among Chinese men who have sex with men: results from an online survey. (PubMed)

Condom use social norms and self-efficacy with different kinds of male partners among Chinese men who have sex with men: results from an online survey. Social norms and self-efficacy play important roles in promoting consistent condom use among men who have sex with men (MSM). Few studies have investigated the association between social norms, self-efficacy and consistent condom use with different kinds of male partners among MSM. We conducted an online survey of MSM to evaluate this in China.A (...) cross-sectional online survey was conducted in 2015. Participants completed a validated questionnaire covering socio-demographic information, consistent condom use, condom use social norms and self-efficacy. Eligible participants were 16 or older, born biologically as a male, engaged in anal sex with a man at least once during their lifetime, engaged in condomless anal or vaginal sex in the last three months. In this study, we further restricted to people who had sex with male partners in the last

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2018 BMC Public Health

12. A Pilot Functional Performances Study of Two Synthetic Male Condom

A Pilot Functional Performances Study of Two Synthetic Male Condom A Pilot Functional Performances Study of Two Synthetic Male Condom - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. A Pilot Functional (...) Performances Study of Two Synthetic Male Condom (WONDALEAF-MEN) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03324594 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : October 27, 2017 Last Update Posted : July 18, 2018 Sponsor: Clinical Research Centre, Malaysia Collaborators: Twin Catalyst Sdn. Bhd

2017 Clinical Trials

13. Actions of female sex workers who experience male condom failure during penetrative sexual encounters with clients in Cape Town: Implications for HIV prevention strategies (PubMed)

Actions of female sex workers who experience male condom failure during penetrative sexual encounters with clients in Cape Town: Implications for HIV prevention strategies Condom failure has always been found to coexist with condom usage, especially among sex workers.To describe the actions of female sex workers when they are faced with situations of condom failure.Using the survey design, the participants were selected through the snowball sampling method. Their responses were obtained using (...) a structured questionnaire. A total of 100 questionnaires were analysed.With respect to the immediate actions of sex workers after condom failure, 36% of the respondents continued with the sexual encounter after noticing that the condom was broken. Another 36% stopped immediately when they noticed that the condom had failed, but replaced the condom; 13% of the participants stopped the sexual encounter completely; 3% applied vaginal spermicidal foam; and 5% of the respondents stopped immediately and took

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2017 Southern African journal of HIV medicine

14. The Impact of Couple HIV Testing and Counseling on Consistent Condom Use among Pregnant Women and their Male Partners: An Observational Study (PubMed)

The Impact of Couple HIV Testing and Counseling on Consistent Condom Use among Pregnant Women and their Male Partners: An Observational Study In sub-Saharan Africa couple HIV testing and counseling (CHTC) has been associated with substantial increases in safe sex, especially when at least one partner is HIV infected. However, this relationship has not been characterized in an Option B+ context.The study was conducted at the antenatal clinic at Bwaila District Hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi (...) in 2016 under an Option B+ program.Ninety heterosexual couples with an HIV-infected pregnant woman (female-positive couples) and 47 couples with an HIV-uninfected pregnant woman (female-negative couples) were enrolled in an observational study. Each couple member was assessed immediately before and 1 month after CHTC for safe sex (abstinence or consistent condom use in the last month). Generalized estimating equations were used to model change in safe sex before and after CHTC and to compare safe sex

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2017 Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999)

15. The Men's Safer Sex project: intervention development and feasibility randomised controlled trial of an interactive digital intervention to increase condom use in men

to integrate digital health promotion with clinical services, (3) to develop more precise methods for collecting resource use data and (4) to work out how to overcome barriers to digital intervention testing and implementation in the NHS. Final publication URL Indexing Status Subject indexing assigned by CRD MeSH Condoms; Humans; Male; Men; Safe Sex Language Published English Country of organisation England English summary An English language summary is available. Address for correspondence NETSCC, Health (...) The Men's Safer Sex project: intervention development and feasibility randomised controlled trial of an interactive digital intervention to increase condom use in men The Men's Safer Sex project: intervention development and feasibility randomised controlled trial of an interactive digital intervention to increase condom use in men The Men's Safer Sex project: intervention development and feasibility randomised controlled trial of an interactive digital intervention to increase condom use

2017 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

16. The Willingness of PHAs, Living in High-income Settings to Negotiate Condom Use and Use Condoms During Sex

The Willingness of PHAs, Living in High-income Settings to Negotiate Condom Use and Use Condoms During Sex Rapid Review #64: January 2013 The willingness of PHAs, living in high- income settings to negotiate condom use & use condoms during sex Question In high-income settings, what factors are associated with the willingness/ability of people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) to negotiate condom use, and to use condoms during sex? Key Take-Home Messages ? There is a controversial belief held by PHAs (...) about the efficacy of HAART to reduce or prevent HIV transmission and/or an understanding of having an undetectable viral load.(1-4) These beliefs have been found to be associated with condom use (i.e. believing an undetectable viral load means HIV transmission is not possible, which translates into believing that condoms are not required).(1;3;4) ? Lack of adherence to HAART was found to be associated with increased instances of unprotected anal intercourse as well as more sexual partners

2013 Ontario HIV Treatment Network

17. CHANGES IN CONDOM USE OVER TIME AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS AND THEIR MALE NONCOMMERCIAL PARTNERS AND CLIENTS (PubMed)

CHANGES IN CONDOM USE OVER TIME AMONG FEMALE SEX WORKERS AND THEIR MALE NONCOMMERCIAL PARTNERS AND CLIENTS Female sex workers (FSWs) often report inconsistent condom use with clients and noncommercial male partners, yet changes in condom use with various partner types during participation in observation studies remains underexplored. This longitudinal study of 214 FSWs and their male, noncommercial partners in the Mexico-U.S. border region, where HIV prevalence among FSWs continues to be high (...) for continued efforts to promote condom use among FSWs and their noncommercial male partners in addition to clients.

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2016 AIDS education and prevention : official publication of the International Society for AIDS Education

18. Condom-Insistence Conflict in Women’s Alcohol-Involved Sexual Encounters with a New Male Partner (PubMed)

Condom-Insistence Conflict in Women’s Alcohol-Involved Sexual Encounters with a New Male Partner First-time sexual intercourse with a new male partner, relative to other sexual encounters, is associated with heightened risk to women for contracting sexually transmitted infections. Little is known, however, about women's condom-related decision-making processes during these first-time sexual encounters. In the present study, we surveyed a community sample of 179 women aged 18-30 about (...) their alcohol consumption, desire to use a condom, perception of their partner's desire to use a condom, condom-insistence conflict, and condom-decision abdication and use during their most recent alcohol-involved first-time sexual encounter with a new partner. With structural equation modeling we tested a cognitive mediation model with various configurations of alcohol effects on abdication and condom use (direct, indirect, moderator). A moderated mediation model fit the data best. Women experienced

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2016 Psychology of women quarterly

19. Condom Use during Commercial Sex among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in Sichuan China: A social cognitive theory analysis (PubMed)

Condom Use during Commercial Sex among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in Sichuan China: A social cognitive theory analysis There has been little theory-based research focusing on condom use among male clients of female sex workers (CFSW) in China. The current study applied social cognitive theory to condom use behaviors of CFSW in China. Face-to-face structured interviews were conducted among 584 CFSW recruited through snowball sampling. Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression models (...) were applied to examine factors associated with consistent condom use. A minority (30.65 %) of respondents reported using condoms consistently with FSW, and 7 of 12 social cognitive dimensions/subdimensions were found to be significantly influential. The most significant factors were self-efficacy [adjusted prevalence ratio (APR) = 2.11, 95 %, CI = 1.74-2.43] and personal pleasure reduction (APR = 0.3, 95 % CI = 0.15-0.6). HIV-related knowledge, perceived HIV susceptibility, condom cost, condom

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2016 AIDS and behavior

20. Beyond the Condom: Frontiers in Male Contraception. (PubMed)

Beyond the Condom: Frontiers in Male Contraception. Nearly half of all pregnancies worldwide are unplanned, despite numerous contraceptive options available. No new contraceptive method has been developed for men since the invention of condom. Nevertheless, more than 25% of contraception worldwide relies on male methods. Therefore, novel effective methods of male contraception are of interest. Herein we review the physiologic basis for both male hormonal and nonhormonal methods of contraception (...) . We review the history of male hormonal contraception development, current hormonal agents in development, as well as the potential risks and benefits of male hormonal contraception options for men. Nonhormonal methods reviewed will include both pharmacological and mechanical approaches in development, with specific focus on methods which inhibit the testicular retinoic acid synthesis and action. Multiple hormonal and nonhormonal methods of male contraception are in the drug development pathway

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2016 Seminars in Reproductive Medicine

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