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Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research
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Research Article

Are People Controlling the Danger or Fear for Condom Use as HIV/AIDS Preventive Message? An Evaluative Type of Study Based on Extended Parallel Process Model

Feleke Doyore1, Zewdie Birhanu2, Yohannes Kebede2, Tariku Dejene2 and Dube Jara3*

1Wachemo University,College of Medicine and Health Science,Department of Public Health,P.O. Box: 667 Wachemo,Ethiopia

2Jimma University,College of Public Health and Medical Science,Department of Health Eduaction and behavioral science,P.O. Box: 378 Jimma, Ethiopia

3Debre Markos University, College of Medicine and Health Science, Department of Public Health, P.O. Box: 269 Debre Markos, Ethiopia

*Corresponding Author:
Dube Jara
Debre Markos University
College of Medicine and Health Science
Department of Public Health
P.O. Box: 269 Debre Markos, Ethiopia
Tel: +251 0913910575; 0920769736
E-mail: [email protected]; [email protected]

Received Date: October 24, 2013; Accepted Date: November 25, 2013; Published Date: November 30, 2013

Citation: Doyore F, Birhanu Z, Kebede Y, Dejene T, Jara D (2013) Are People Controlling the Danger or Fear for Condom Use as HIV/AIDS Preventive Message? An Evaluative Type of Study Based on Extended Parallel Process Model. J AIDS Clin Res 4:264. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.1000264

Copyright: © 2013 Doyore F, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

 

Abstract

Background: There almost three decade years after the first clinical cases of AIDS were reported; it has become the most devastating disease of world particplarly in developing world. Despite massive resources and intensified interventions were made in promoting condom use as prevention methods, desired decline has not been achieved. This study was aimed to evaluate how people controlling the Danger or Fear for condom use as HIV/AIDS preventive message among youths exposed to messages and the response they experience on messages.

Methods: Cross-sectional study design was conducted using quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection. Pre-tested self administered questionnaires were used to collect data. Study participants were selected using stratified random sampling from hosanna public college students. Quantitative data were analyzed using SPSS version 16.0. Thematic analysis was use for qualitative data.

Results: Hundred ninty one (48.1%) of the respodents were found in danger control responses, whereas 206 (51.9%) were found in fear control responses. Perceived susceptibility to and severity of HIV/AIDS was relatively high; however, perceived self efficacy and response efficacy to HIV prevention messages had lower scores. Perceived susceptibility [β (95%CI)=1.07 (1.21 to 7.10)] and severity of [β (95%CI=1.65 (1.25 to 21.81)] HIV/AIDS were positively associated factors for fear control responses. Self efficacy [β (95%CI)=-0.96 (0.16 to 0.92)] and response efficacy [β (95%CI)=-1.21 (0.11 to 0.83)] were negatively associated factors. Totally, 66.3% of the variance in the response of condom use message as HIV prevention could be explained by EPPM model.

Conclusion: Despite higher numbers of students were in fear control psychological responses, there were gaps between discriminative scores and most of the current behavior. Perceived susceptiblity, severity, self efficacy and response efficacy were independent predictors of students’ perceptions to use recommended responses. Due attention should given to fill the gap of perception of both susceptibility and severity.

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