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Research Article

Preventing HIV Transmission in Chinese Internal Migrants: A Behavioral Approach

Table 3

Intervention methods aiming at increasing condom use and their performance of effectiveness and feasibility among Chinese internal migrants.

Methods EffectivenessFeasibility
MedianIQDMedianIQD

Intervention development
 (1) Use of behavioral theories for the development of interventions5141
 (2) Implement participatory approach4140.75
 (3) Adapt interventions to the results of monitoring4141
 (4) Effect and process evaluation during interventions5141.5
Approaches
 Training and education
  (5) Health education of knowledge on safe sex behavior41.551
  (6) Peer education4141
  (7) Training on skills of negotiation and decision marking4141
  (8) Improve health literacy4040
  (9) Implement various forms of education4141
 Condom access
  (10) Distribution of free condoms4140.5
  (11) Make condoms widely available in their life environments4141
 Worksite health promotion
  (12) Culture-tailored health promotion in their worksites4141
 Detection risk factors
  (13) Detection of risk factors for HIV transmission41.540
  (14) Apply new media in an intervention40.7540.75
Process measures
 (15) Make relevant organizations commit and cooperate in every level40.541
 (16) Support from the government4140

Note: IQD: interquartile deviation; the panelists score in a 5-point Likert scale, 1 = Very low; 2 = Low; 3 = Neutral; 4 = High; 5 = Very high.

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