A cross-sectional descriptive research was conducted from August to October The multistage stratified sampling, combined with purpose and random sampling, was used to select the participants. One vocational college with the highest number from urban, suburban and rural areas was purposely selected. Inclusion criteria included: vocational students, both male and female, aged between 15 and 19 years, resided in the study area, and volunteered to participate. All statistical analyses were performed by SPSS version The finding revealed that participants were male
Factors Associated with Sexual Intercourse among Female Teenagers in Ubon Ratchathani Province
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Background: Sexual intercourse among teenagers has increasingly become a social, economic and health problem. It results in unintended pregnancy, unsafe abortion and sexual transmitted diseases, especially HIV infection. The sexual behaviors among teenagers in Ubon Ratchathani Province may be different from the other provinces and other parts of Thailand. Objective: To study the rate of and factors associated with sexual intercourse among female teenagers in Ubon Ratchathani Province.
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effectiveness of the national HIV prevention outreach program for men who have sex with men MSM and transgender women TGW. It examined changes in condom use, lubricant use, HIV testing and counseling HTC uptake and sexually transmitted infection STI screening uptake, as well as how and why changes did or did not occur. The study applied mixed methods of both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The qualitative results showed that the program had an immediate effect on HTC and STIs screening due to successful bond between the outreach workers and their clients, leading to trust and influencing behavior change. HIV prevention by peer educators continues to be proved the most effective method, assuming its program consistency.