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Table 4 Sexual and health related behaviours by categories of exposure to the MYPC campaign (Mantel-Haenszel Linear Association, χ 2 )

From: Exposure and impact of a mass media campaign targeting sexual health amongst Scottish men who have sex with men: an outcome evaluation

  No MYPC exposure (N = 304, 39.9%) Low MYPC exposure (N = 146, 19.2%) Mid MYPC exposure (N = 175, 23.0%) High MYPC exposure (N = 137, 18.0%)   
  N (row%) N (row%) N (row%) N (row%) χ2 p
Number of UAI partners in previous year      0.63 .428
0 157 (40.2) 82 (21.0) 87 (22.3) 65 (16.6)   
1 98 (40.7) 40 (16.6) 56 (23.2) 47 (19.5)   
≥2 41 (36.9) 22 (19.8) 29 (26.1) 19 (17.9)   
AI/UAI risk a      0.28 .596
No AI or UAI partners in previous year 53 (39.6) 35 (26.1) 24 (17.9) 22 (16.4)   
≥1 AI partners, no UAI partners 96 (39.8) 44 (18.3) 60 (24.9) 41 (17.0)   
≥1 UAI partners, no additional risk factors 36 (33.3) 18 (16.7) 28 (25.9)) 26 (24.1)   
≥1 UAI partners, ≥1 additional risk factors 97 (41.5) 41 (17.5) 56 (23.9) 40 (17.1)   
Use of lubricant with anal intercourse in previous year      5.97 .015
Water- or silicone-based lubricant only 157 (35.4) 88 (19.8) 115 (25.9) 84 (18.9)   
Any other practice 82 (50.9) 20 (12.4) 32 (19.9) 27 (16.8)   
HIV testing      17.36 <.001
< 6 months previously 99 (33.6) 44 (14.9) 83 (28.1) 69 (23.4)   
> 6 months previously or never 199 (43.5) 100 (21.9) 91 (19.9) 67 (14.7)   
STI testing      6.83 .009
< 6 months previously 97 (36.2) 40 (14.9) 68 (25.4) 63 (23.5)   
> 6 months previously or never 188 (40.5) 100 (21.6) 103 (22.2) 73 (15.7)   
Intention to have HIV test in following 6 months      4.84 .028
Strongly agree/Agree 179 (38.4) 75 (16.1) 119 (25.5) 93 (20.0)   
Uncertain/Disagree/Strongly Disagree 108 (42.0) 61 (23.7) 49 (19.1) 39 (15.2)   
  1. Notes. Numbers vary in line with missing data.
  2. a Risk factors: whether any UAI partners had been casual, whether the HIV status of these partners was known, and whether any had been HIV positive.