VOICES/VOCES: Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Education and Safer Sex
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VOICES/VOCES: Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Education and Safer Sex

  • 01/21/2020

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    VOICES/VOCES is a single-session, culturally specific, video-based intervention for STD clinic patients. The small group session (3-8 patients) is gender and ethnic matched and is conducted by a gender-matched facilitator in either English or Spanish. Groups of participants first review one of the culturally appropriate STD prevention videos, “Let’s Do Something Different” for African Americans and “Porque Si” for Hispanics. Both videos provide accurate risk information and corrected misinformation, portray positive attitudes about condom use, and model gender- and culturally-specific strategies for encouraging condom use. Interactive group discussions following the video reinforce the STD and HIV prevention message. Participants are encouraged to talk about problems they have experienced when trying to use condoms and discuss strategies to increase condom use. All participants are offered a selection of free condoms at the clinic and a coupon for free condoms at an area pharmacy.
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