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The purpose of this study was to further research, more in-depth, college student's attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors concerning sexually transmitted infections and unsafe sexual practices using the Health Belief Model as a framework. By utilizing an electronic survey and social media a non-probability convenience sample of 167 students was assessed. This study was given to undergraduate and graduate students at a midwestern college campus and was intended to evaluate college student's knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions concerning sexually transmitted infections. Two major findings were that less than half of the participants were tested for STI's yearly; and there was no relationship between gender and concern of contracting an STI. To improve the state of college students concerning sexually transmitted infections, colleges need to make aware health clinics in the area that offer testing and create college courses that educate students about sexually transmitted infections.
Roberts, Ambrosia, "The Analysis of College Students Knowledge, Attitudes. Behaviors, and Perceptions Concerning Sexually Transmitted Infections" (2020). Undergraduate Honors Theses. 160.
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