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What was the aim?

To assess the extent to which a mass media campaign resulted in increased awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS

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What method was used?

Self-report

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How many participants were there and what age group?

3278 aged 15-49 from three Nigerian States.

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What percentage of the participants were married?

60%

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What type of sampling was used?

Stratified random sampling

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How were the participants interviewed?

Using a questionnaire

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What info was included in the questions?

Family planning, sexual activity and exposure to media campaigns

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What type of things were they asked if they had seen certain campaigns through?

Radio, TV, newspapers, health clinics.

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What were the three closed questions asked?

1) Have you ever talked with a partner about ways to prevent getting HIV?
2) Can people reduce their chances of getting the AIDS virus by using a condom every time they have sex?
3) did you use a condom during your last sexual encounter?

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Exposure to media campaigns was what?

High

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Those who were exposed were...

??

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What were the participants twice as likely to know after exposure?

That condom use reduces the risk of HIV infection

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What did vision have no effect on?

Condom use during the last sexual intercourse.

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What did Keating et al conclude VISION increased?

Awareness and communication of HIV/AIDS

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What did increased knowledge have no effect on?

Condom use

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What should be included in future campaigns?

Practical advice about how to obtain condoms.

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