Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work. Google Scholar. The data in this study are drawn from the Bangkok BSS. Notably, we identified different demographic and behavioral risk profiles among participants recruited from gay entertainment venue staff and those recruited from CBOs.
These risk behaviors may be associated with different condom use behaviors by cohabiting partner status. Factors associated with sexual risk behavior include being male, being younger, and having had HIV risk-related sexual behavior at first sex, regardless of cohabiting partner status although frequent alcohol consumption was associated with risk for those without a cohabiting partner.
Human immunodeficiency virus infection and self-treatment for sexually transmitted diseases among Northern Thai men.
World Development Report Digital Dividends. The Thai-language questionnaire was programmed on laptop computers using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing CAPI and administered by community research interviewers. Conclusion The HIV seroprevalence among cohorts of 17—29 years old men has remained at about 0.
There is also a need to expand innovative workplace HIV intervention programs to include micro- small- and medium-size enterprises. Bangladesh745—
Each potential participant was given an information sheet that described the objectives, methodology and advantages of the study to read before deciding whether to participate. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 7, — Therefore, this study aimed to measure the prevalence of HIV risk-related sexual behaviors, and to explore what factors are related to the risk behaviors by cohabiting partner status among factory workers in Bangkok, one of the higher AIDS disease-burden provinces in Thailand.
Also the HIV positive men were slightly older, had either only a primary education or a college degree, a higher income, were residents of the upper north or the eastern regions of the country and had a history of injection drug use Table 3. Methods Participants and Setting Men and transgender women were recruited using purposive, venue-based sampling Frankel et al.
Educational attainment and HIV-1 infection in developing countries: A systematic review. We also hypothesized that HIV risks may differ between participants from different venues; therefore, we recruited MSM and transgender women from gay entertainment venues and from community-based organizations CBOs providing services to gay and other MSM, male sex workers and transgender women.
The Thai-language questionnaire was programmed on laptop computers using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing CAPI and administered by community research interviewers. The peak incidence of the HIV epidemic occurred from to