Sexual behaviour and attitudes to barrier contraception among family planning clinic attenders.
British Journal of Family Planning
71 - 75.
Although recent health education campaigns have promoted condom usage, there is only limited information available on public attitudes towards condoms. With this in mind, information on sexual behaviour and barrier contraception usage was obtained from attenders at a central London family planning clinic. No significant difference in the frequency of condom usage was noted between regular and non-regular sexual partners. In addition, attitudes to condoms were generally negative. This study highlights several areas deserving the attention of condom manufacturers and health educators.
|Title:||Sexual behaviour and attitudes to barrier contraception among family planning clinic attenders|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute for Global Health|
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