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Table 2 Performance and change objectives for the behavioural outcome: high risk young people get tested for Chlamydia (Ct)

From: Using intervention mapping for the development of a targeted secure web-based outreach strategy named SafeFriend, for Chlamydia trachomatis testing in young people at risk

Performance objectives Knowledge Attitude Perceived social norms Risk perception Self-efficacy
PO1.1: Young people appraise effects of Ct and personal risk K1.1: Describe different STI and in particular asymptomatic diseases A1.1: Express positive attitude towards self assessment of Ct risk   R1.1: Aware of the possibility of getting a Ct infection  
K1.2: Describe Ct effects
PO1.2: Young people decide to get tested for Ct K1.3: Describe test procedure and test options for Ct    R1.2: Aware of the health risk of not getting tested  
PO1.3: Young people ask for Ct testing      SE1.1: Express confidence in ability to ask for testing option (home based test kits or appointment STI centre)
PO1.4: Young people get tested for Ct   A1.2: Express positive attitude towards test procedure and results. SN1.1: Recognize social acceptance of Ct testing among young people