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Table 3 Use of HIV prevention services in the past year

From: Sexual attitudes, sexual behaviors, and use of HIV prevention services among male undergraduate students in Hunan, China: a cross-sectional survey

Service Number of students, n (%)
HIV prevention services in universities
 Providing publicity materials or billboards 723 (67.7%)
 Delivering lectures 667 (62.5%)
 Organising volunteers to host propaganda campaigns 500 (46.8%)
 Providing information via new school media 440 (41.2%)
 Playing HIV-related videos 214 (20.0%)
 Conducting debates 117 (10.9%)
 Hosting artistic performances 73 (6.8%)
 Others 13 (1.2%)
HIV testing
 Had HIV testing before 105 (7.3%)
 Willingness to take HIV testing 1110 (77.6%)
Reasons for unwillingness to take HIV testing
 Firm belief in non-HIV infection 235 (73.2%)
 No idea of HIV testing sites 46 (14.3%)
 Escape the anxiety of HIV positive result 45 (14.0%)
 Never heard of HIV/AIDS 22 (6.9%)
 Belief in unlikely infection with high-risk sex only occasionally 15 (4.7%)
 Others 22 (6.9%)