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Title: Contextual and behavioural risk factors for sexually transmissible infections in young Aboriginal people in central Australia: a qualitative study.
Authors: Watson, Colin
Smith, Kirsty
Latif, Ahmed
Armstrong, Wendy
Ward, James
Guy, Rebecca
Senior, Kate
Citation: Sexual health 2020-04; 17(2): 198-199
Abstract: Rates of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) in remote central Australian Aboriginal communities have been persistently high for over two decades, yet risk factors for STIs in these communities are not well understood. This qualitative study explored behavioural and contextual risk factors for STIs in young Aboriginal people in central Australia. The study identified that casual relationships between young people are common and that there is a strong association between travel, alcohol and casual sex, highlighting the ongoing need for comprehensive sexual health programs that are tailored to the specific social, cultural and interpersonal circumstances of young people in this setting.
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Journal title: Sexual health
Publication Date: 2020-04
Type: Journal Article
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10137/8310
DOI: 10.1071/SH19181
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