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Table 1 Identified important determinants of condom use

From: Using Intervention Mapping to develop a programme to prevent sexually transmittable infections, including HIV, among heterosexual migrant men

Personal determinants Socio-cultural determinants Physical environmental determinants
Awareness of importance of condoms in preventing pregnancies (AC, TM)* Dominance of men in sexual relationship with women (AC, TM) Price of condoms (AC, TM)
Awareness of importance of condoms in preventing STI (AC, TM) Girls should marry as virgin (TM) Easy access to condoms without social control of community (TM)
Self efficacy for condom use (AC, TM) Unwanted pregnancy brings shame and problems with family (TM)  
Self efficacy for buying condoms (TM) Sexual intercourse is not aloud outside marriage (TM)  
Self efficacy for carrying condoms for unexpected situations (AC, TM) Multiple sexual relationships are more or less accepted (AC)  
Awareness of risks while having unprotected sex with new partner (AC, TM) Approval of friends on condom use (AC, TM)  
Attitude towards condom use(AC, TM) Approval of female partner on condom use (AC, TM)  
Use of oral contraceptives Modelling behaviour of friends (AC, TM)  
Awareness of severity of STI and HIV (AC, TM) Approval of roll models (older brothers and uncles) on condom use (TM)  
  Modelling behaviour of older brothers and uncles (TM)  
  1. * AC: applicable to Afro-Caribbean group, TM: applicable to Turkish and Moroccan group