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Figures are provided by age, sex, geographies down to local authority level and leading publishers to enable full-text access for those doing research into COVID Intervention development and pilot randomised controlled trial Health Technology Assessment, No. The acceptability and feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of safer sex support delivered by text message are soutgampton known.

De: 1 Intervention development; 2 follow-up procedure development; 3 a pilot, parallel-arm randomised controlled trial with allocation via remote automated randomisation ratio of 1 : 1 participants were unmasked, whereas researchers analysing samples and data were masked ; and 4 qualitative interviews. There was no differential follow-up between groups. The soutbampton was a monthly text message checking contact details. This work was produced by Free et al.

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both in England & Wales and other jurisdictions on violence and sex;; literary, critically analyse a broad range of texts including legislation, case law, fiction. The content is free at point of use and updated daily. Participants: Young people aged 16—24 years diagnosed with chlamydia or reporting unprotected souhhampton with more than one partner in the last year.

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Setting: Participants were recruited from sexual health services in the UK. It remains unclear which behaviour change techniques and elements of the intervention or follow-up procedures are associated with effectiveness. Conclusions: Our research shows that the intervention is acceptable and feasible to deliver.

A further limitation is that in the trial one person entering data and the participants were unmasked. Partner notification, condom use and STI testing can reduce infection but many young people lack the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to carry out these behaviours. Abstract Background: Younger people bear the heaviest burden of sexually transmitted infections STIs.

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Text messages can provide effective behavioural support. The intervention was delivered via automated mobile phone messaging over 12 months. Messages reportedly increased knowledge of and confidence in how to use condoms and negotiate condom use and reduced stigma about STIs, enabling participants to tell a partner about a STI. A randomised controlled trial to establish the effects of the intervention on STIs at 12 months is needed. Search term Headline The researchers developed an intervention targeting safer sex behaviours that was acceptable to young people and the pilot trial showed that a main trial would be feasible.

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Our pilot trial demonstrated that a main trial is feasible. This work was produced by Free et al.

: In total, participants were randomised in the pilot trial, of whom 99 were allocated to the intervention and were allocated southampto the control. Southamptob issue may be freely reproduced for the purposes of private research and study and extracts or indeed, the full report may be included in professional journals provided that suitable acknowledgement is made and the reproduction is not associated with any form of advertising.

Recipients reported that the tone, language, content and frequency of messages were appropriate. Objectives: To assess the acceptability and feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of a safer sex intervention delivered by text message for young people aged 16—24 years.